Test your Vitamin D levels
Vitamin D is needed for healthy bones, teeth and muscles, as well as keeping your immune system strong. But many people are low on vitamin D without even knowing it. With a professional, in-clinic blood test, you can find out your Vitamin D levels and take action if they're low.Clinics & Availability
Why take this test?
Vitamin D deficiency is common
Everyone is at risk of being affected, but if you spend a lot of time indoors or have dark skin you’re at an increased risk because you may not make enough vitamin D from sunlight.
Do I need to fast?
Fasting is not necessary for this test.
No hidden costs
Everything from the in-clinic blood draw and tracked shipment of samples to the lab, through to delivery of the results and medical report is included in the price.
This test is performed as an in-clinic blood draw by a trained health professional and the samples are analysed by UKAS accredited labs.
Markers included in the analysis
Vitamin D insufficiency is common in the UK, but most people don’t know if they’re affected. Symptoms are vague, and include feeling tired and low on energy, dry skin, and even depression. Vitamin D is also important for a well functioning immune system, and if you’re often getting sick, a lack of vitamin D could be the reason. Click on the 'Vitamins' tab to learn more. You can also click on the marker name for more detailed information. Please note that this test should only be taken on weekdays (Monday - Friday).
Vitamins are substances that our bodies need to develop and function normally. Most vitamins need to come from food because the body either does not produce them or produces very little. There are 13 main types of vitamins – such as vitamin D and the B vitamins B12 and folate. Vitamin D deficiency is common, with some studies estimating that as much as 50% of the UK population have insufficient levels. Vitamin D is often referred to as the ‘sunshine vitamin’, because our skin can produce it during sun exposure. However, from October to March the sunlight is not strong enough to provide the energy needed to make our own vitamin D, which is why levels are usually lower in early spring than they are when autumn begins.
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