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Vitamin D Test, 1 pc


Our Vitamin D Test allows you to monitor your levels of the sunshine nutrient throughout the year and determine whether the sun is doing its job or if you need help to improve your vital vitamin D-levels. The test includes intuitive, easy-to- follow instructions and personalized recommendations on how to top up with just as much Vitamin D as your body needs, when it needs it*.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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1. Take your test
Start by simply pricking your finger and putting 1–2 drops of blood on a filter paper.

2. Activate your test
Register your test by entering your test ID and filling out the form. All data is anonymous.

3. Start your journey
Benefit from a clear starting point for your journey to a normal functioning immune system. Gently adjust and maintain your optimal vitamin D status throughout the year.

4. Wait for the analysis
Vitas Analytical Services has more than 25 years of experience with cutting-edge knowledge and technology, which guarantees that they analyze your sample independently and protect your privacy.

5. Get your results
Your results are accessible and shown in our easy-to-understand graphics within 10-20 days.

6. Re-test your levels
Vitamin D uptake from sun exposure varies in many parts of the world throughout the year, and restoring your status generally takes 3–4 months of consuming vitamin D supplements, depending on the dose and your individual status. We recommend taking a new test every 4 months to track your progress and ensure you reach and maintain your optimal vitamin D status.

There are different methods to assess stores of vitamin D in your body and we use best practice to ensure our accuracy of analysis is superior. A 25-hydroxyvitamin D test is the best way to monitor vitamin D levels as it measures the 25(OH)D, also called calcidiol, in your blood.

The test reflects all three sources of vitamin D; from food, supplements and skin synthesis, and determines if your vitamin D levels are optimal, too high or too low.

The normal range of vitamin D is measured as nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) or nanomoles per liter (nmol/L). Nmol/L is the most common way of showing the vitamin D status. However, in the US, and a handful of other countries, the same levels are measured using ng/mL. Therefore, when the test results are presented, it is possible to select which measurement unit to be shown.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

Your test is analyzed by an independent and GMP-certified laboratory. The fact that Vitas is GMP-certified means that they follow good manufacturing practices. They are a contract laboratory for chemical analysis with 25 years of experience, providing high-quality chromatographic analysis based on cuttingedge knowledge and technology. Included with the blood test is a BalanceTest ID that only you can see. Neither the lab, nor Zinzino knows who submitted the test. At zinzinotest.com your results will be displayed when you enter your BalanceTest ID. If you have completed the questionnaire, you will have access to the complete analysis. If you have not completed the questionnaire, you will see your balance score only

Laboratory: VITAS AS, Norvay

SKU: 21002