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Why Is It Necessary To Have A Vitamin Test?

Often, these deficiencies result from a diet too poor in meat, dairy products or fruits and vegetables for example. But having a balanced plate does not guarantee you to escape the problem!

The cause: digestion or assimilation disorders that do not allow your body to use correctly what it absorbs, or even higher metabolic needs, linked to certain pathologies.

Vitamins and minerals, also called micronutrients, are important nutrients that work in very small amounts to keep us healthy. It's often thought that vitamins and minerals are similar, but vitamins are organic substances created by living organisms, whereas minerals are inorganic substances.

The micronutrients are essential substances that in most cases the body cannot produce, but it is needed for all metabolic processes.

This lack of vitamins could be one of the factors behind the chronic-degenerative diseases, sadly, but diseases affecting the bone tissue and iron deficiency anemia is very frequent in developed countries.

The risk of vitamin E deficiency in adults is virtually eliminated. With long-term vitamin deficiency, neurological disorders may occur that are associated with poor conduction of nerve impulses. Unlike vitamin D or vitamin A, an excess of vitamin E does not appear to have a toxic effect.

Doctors and scientists isolate about 20 important vitamins, minerals and amino acids that are involved in metabolism. Vitamins and minerals are required for various vital processes: they are responsible for immunity, the work of internal organs, and stress resistance.

Want to know how to strengthen your immune system? If you have digestive problems, low energy, hormonal imbalances, too much fluid in the body or weight problems?

Then the simple answer might be that you suffer from nutritional deficiency! Your cells, your organs and your body's systems are made up of the food you consume, but that is not the only important factor for optimized well-being.

Your digestive function is also very important, because if you do not digest your food properly, you may not be getting enough nutrients.

A vitamin test tells you what you are in deficit of.

The Vitamin Profile was developed precisely to allow you to measure exactly the serum levels of vitamins A, E, D, and some minerals, in order to evaluate any deficiencies that could lead to a malfunction of the whole organism.

The Vitamin Profile is recommended for everyone, to assess well-being and health and to prevent numerous pathologies, but above all we recommend it in case of:

  • Pregnancy
  • Developmental children
  • Patients with morbid affections affecting the intestine, such as celiac disease, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease
  • People subjected to long periods of psychophysical stress
  • People with concentration and fatigue problems

How and where to test?

The test is carried out by analyzing a blood sample, and can be requested in pharmacies, analysis laboratories, and medical centers.

The procedure, which usually does not last more than five minutes, consists of a small blood sample collection, which is then analyzed in the laboratory. No prior preparation is required, and the risks of performing the exam are minimal: mild pain or bruising from the blood drawn with a needle.

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