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Vitamins Profile Test London

Results will be sent via email within 24 hours of your test(s)

*Please note that an additional £20 phlebotomy charge will be added to your bill. Free phlebotomy on orders over £300. No phlebotomy charge at the Battersea/Nine Elms location. Most competitive prices on the market!

*Please note that if you want more than one for your appointment, you can choose an option when booking and pay for the rest in the clinic.

London Vitamins Profile Test

Introducing the Vitamins Profile Blood Test Package! This package contains everything you need to test for the most important vitamins in your blood.

 

  • Vitamin A £204
  • Beta Carotene £236
  • Vitamin B1 £204
  • Vitamin B2 £204
  • Vitamin B3 £204
  • Vitamin B5 £117
  • Vitamin B6 £204
  • Vitamin B9 (Red Cell Folate) £67
  • Vitamin B12 (Active) £89.25
  • Vitamin C (Frozen) £204
  • Vitamin D £106.50
  • Vitamin E £214

This is the perfect way to get a complete picture of your vitamin levels and to see if you are deficient in any vitamins. Order today and get started on the road to better health!

Premium Vitamins Profile at Home Test

If necessary, Blood Test London can provide a Vitamins Profile test package by sending one of our phlebotomists to your preferred location (home or hotel) to collect your blood sample at an additional cost.

Private Vitamins Profile Test

You can book a Vitamins Profile test package online and give your sample to any of our private clinics where our medical professionals will examine your blood sample and send the results via email within 24 hours of the sample being taken.

Free Cancellation within 24 hr of your booking
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Results will be sent via email within 24 hours of your test(s)

Did you know

What are the included tests for?

  • Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that helps to maintain vision, support immune function and promote healthy skin.

  • Beta carotene is a form of vitamin A that is found in fruits and vegetables.

  • Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, is an essential nutrient that helps the body to break down carbohydrates and produce energy.

  • Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, is an essential nutrient that helps the body to convert food into energy.

  • Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, is an essential nutrient that helps the body to manufacture hormones and process fats.

  • Vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, is an essential nutrient that helps the body to produce energy and synthesize fatty acids.

  • Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, is an essential nutrient that helps the body to synthesize amino acids and produce red blood cells.

  • Vitamin B9, also known as folic acid or folate, is an essential nutrient that helps the body to produce DNA and RNA.

  • Vitamin B12 (Active), also known as cyanocobalamin, is an active form of vitamin B12 that helps the body to produce red blood cells and maintain nerve function.

  • Vitamin C is an important nutrient that helps the body to heal wounds and repair tissues. It can also help to protect against infections.

  • Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps the body to absorb calcium and phosphorus. It also plays a role in bone health.

  • Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. It also promotes fertility and works to reduce inflammation.

What do abnormal levels lead to?

Abnormal levels of the vitamins and minerals listed above can lead to several health problems.

For example, too much Vitamin A can lead to joint pain, while too little Vitamin A can lead to dry skin.

Too much Beta Carotene can lead to yellowing of the skin, while too little Beta Carotene can lead to anaemia.

Vitamin B1 excess can lead to irritability and anxiety, while too little Vitamin B1 can lead to fatigue and depression.

Too much Vitamin B2 can lead to headaches and dizziness, while Vitamin B2 deficiency can lead to anaemia and skin disorders.

Too much Vitamin B3 can lead to diarrhoea and vomiting, while Vitamin B3 deficiency can lead to pellagra.

High levels of Vitamin B5 can lead to fatigue and nausea, and low levels of Vitamin B5 can lead to hair loss and mouth ulcers.

Too much Vitamin B6 can lead to confusion and drowsiness, while too little Vitamin B6 can cause anaemia or nerve damage.

Too much Vitamin B9 (Red Cell Folate) can cause gastrointestinal problems, and low Vitamin B9 (Red Cell Folate) levels are linked to birth defects.

Higher Vitamin B12 (Active) levels can cause acne, while too little Vitamin B12 (Active) has been linked to anaemia.

Too much Vitamin C (Frozen) can cause diarrhoea, while too little vitamin C (Frozen) has been linked with scurvy.

High vitamin D levels can cause kidney stones, while lower vitamin D levels are linked with osteoporosis.

Lastly, too much vitamin E has been linked with an increased risk of bleeding, while not enough vitamin E has been linked with an increased risk of heart disease.

While it is important to maintain a balanced diet to avoid these health problems, supplementation may be necessary for some people who have difficulty getting enough of these vitamins and minerals through their diet alone. For help, contact us for more!

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