The Vitamin Profile Blood Test

Your body can be low in vitamins without you knowing it. Check your vitamin D, vitamin B12 and folate (vitamin B9) with this quick test.

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Finger prick test kit provided
3 biomarkers tested
Results in app within 48 hours
Doctor-reviewed report
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Is it for me?

You might want to test your vitamin levels if you’re concerned you’re low in vitamin D, folate or B12. Some common symptoms include:

A lack of energy
Low mood
Tiredness

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What's tested?

Vitamins are essential micronutrients that your body needs to function normally. When you’re lacking in vitamins long-term, it can lead to various health problems, so getting the right amount you need is vital.
Helps your body absorb calcium and magnesium. Also important for keeping your bones, teeth and muscles healthy.
Vitamins are essential micronutrients that your body needs to function normally. When you’re lacking in vitamins long-term, it can lead to various health problems, so getting the right amount you need is vital.
Necessary for red blood cell production, cell and tissue repairs, and overall nerve health.
Vitamins are essential micronutrients that your body needs to function normally. When you’re lacking in vitamins long-term, it can lead to various health problems, so getting the right amount you need is vital.
Necessary for red blood cell production, tissue and cell repairs, and overall nerve health. Getting enough folate is essential when you’re pregnant as it helps prevent birth defects.

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Get your results within 48 hours from UKAS-accredited labs.

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Just like your doctor, we take your privacy extremely seriously.

Your data is secure. We use the latest encryption technologies and we’re committed to our data protection responsibilities.

Your data is never sold on, rented out, or shared with third parties for financial advantage.

We work with Care Quality Commission-accredited labs and our blood test kits are all CE-marked.

FAQs

If your vitamin D levels are low, you may need more sun exposure, your body may not absorb vitamin D efficiently, or you may have kidney issues. High vitamin D levels can be a sign of over-supplementation from pills or diet or a result of certain medical conditions.

When you have low vitamin B12 levels, you may get the following symptoms:

  • tiredness
  • headaches
  • pale skin
  • low mood

If your B12 levels are particularly low, then mouth ulcers, pins and needles, and extreme tiredness are common. Keeping track of your levels is crucial to prevent any long-term damage to your body.

The Vitamin Profile tests for your body's total B12 levels, both active and inactive.

Symptoms of low vitamin D include:

  • tiredness
  • sleep difficulties
  • aches and pains
  • feeling generally unwell
  • getting sick more easily

You may also struggle with sharp pains and general weakness with more severe cases of vitamin D deficiency.

Vitamin D is made naturally in your skin through sunlight exposure. That’s why it’s best to check your levels during cooler seasons when you’re getting less sunshine than in summer. You could also be at risk of deficiency if you wear high-coverage clothing regularly. As many as 1 in 5 UK adults are deficient in vitamin D, so it’s a good health move to check your levels regularly.

Symptoms of folate deficiency include:

  • extreme tiredness
  • pins and needles
  • muscle weakness
  • unclear vision

Ensuring you’re getting enough folate is essential when you're pregnant, as sufficient levels help prevent congenital disabilities.

No, you don't need to fast before this test.

Talk to your doctor before taking this test. Being pregnant can have a noticeable impact on your results, so make sure to check in with your GP first.