If you are suffering from fatigue, brain fog, headaches or moodiness, you could be suffering from a common complaint – low Vitamin B12.
Vitamin B12 is important for red blood cell and DNA formation, as well as brain and nerve cell development. Folate is also important for red blood cell formation, and crucial in early pregnancy to reduce certain brain and spinal birth defects. It can give an indication of nutritional and/or malabsorption status.
This a simple, but important, test which can be done easily at home
Iron is a vital mineral to keeping us healthy – it makes the red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body. If it sounds important, it is!
Our Full Iron Profile analyses the five biomarkers which together give you a complete picture of the health of your iron. Take this test to give yourself peace of mind that everything is working properly or the knowledge that you need medical attention.
Whichever you choose, you’re in control.
If you are concerned about the health of your bones you can take a Vitamin D test. This vital vitamin helps your bones to absorb calcium and to keep your bones strong.
This prevents bone pain, weak bones, unusual bone development and even muscle weakness and cramps.
It can also give an indication of nutritional status, organ damage and other medical conditions
Omegas are dietary fats, also known as unsaturated fats, that contribute to a healthy lifestyle and proper body function when well-balanced in your diet.
There are three types of omega fatty acids - omega-3s, omega-6s and omega-9s. Each type of omega serves a different function for our bodies, has different variants and come from various sources.
Together, Experts agree that they contribute to proper function for almost every system in our bodies