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At-Home Vitamin D Test

Get insight into your Vitamin D levels with this simple to use at home test. With many commonly shared symptoms such as fatigue, low energy and depression, it can be challenging to know if you have a Vitamin D deficiency without testing.

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What is Vitamin D?

The major form of vitamin D found and measured in your blood is 25-hydroxyvitamin D. It is relatively inactive but is the precursor to the active hormone.

Vitamin D is also known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’ as most of the vitamin that the body requires is produced through the skin’s exposure to the sun. Vitamin D also comes from the food however it can be difficult to get all that the body requires from just the diet.

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What are the most common symptoms of a Vitamin D deficiency?

Low levels of vitamin D can result from inadequate exposure to sunlight, low dietary intake or intestinal absorption issues. It can result in rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults.

Common symptoms include:

• Fatigue
• Low energy
• Weakness
• Muscle and joint pain
• Thinning hair
• Depression

How to test your Vitamin D levels?

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Vitamin D Test


Get insight into your Vitamin D levels with this simple to use at home test. Playing a part in optimal immune health, many customers choose to test their Vitamin D levels periodically to ensure that they proactively looking at their health and wellbeing.

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  • Fast results from sample receipt at lab
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How can improve my Vitamin D levels?

Whilst a number of foods are now fortified there are limited dietary sources of vitamin D if you follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, therefore getting adequate vitamin D can be challenging. Regardless of your diet over the winter in the UK the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) recommends that everyone over the age of 5 should take a daily vitamin D supplement containing 10 micrograms (or 400 IU) of vitamin D.

The best sources of vitamin D are listed below:

  • Cod liver oil
  • Rainbow trout
  • Salmon
  • Mushrooms
  • Sardines (canned in oil)
  • Fortified milk
  • Fortified soy, almond and oat drinks
  • Fortified cereals
  • Eggs
  • Tuna
  • Beef liver
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Tofu

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A 3 step simple process to test your Vitamin D levels

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Frequently asked questions

How do you test for vitamin D?

Vitamin D can be tested with a simple at-home blood test. A small amount of blood is taken via a finger prick to fill a blood collection tube.

How can I test my vitamin D at home?

You can order an at-home blood test from The Health Hub. There is a simple process to follow that involves a finger prick blood sample which you return with a prepaid postage label to the lab to receive your results.

What is a good vitamin D test result?

A result of 50 > nmol/L is considered to be a good level of vitamin D.

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