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Vitamintest

I'm looking for a good website where you can buy vitamin and mineral tests that are sent home to you. So that you can take a blood sample and send it back, then they will reply with the levels of Vitamin D, Zink, Magnesium, B vitaming etc...

I found Cerascreen.ch but it seems to be a fraud website and many reports claim they have taken money without giving them the results.

Does anyone know of any alternative websites for vitamintests?
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Old 26.01.2021, 12:49
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I'm looking for a good website where you can buy vitamin and mineral tests that are sent home to you. So that you can take a blood sample and send it back, then they will reply with the levels of Vitamin D, Zink, Magnesium, B vitaming etc...

I found Cerascreen.ch but it seems to be a fraud website and many reports claim they have taken money without giving them the results.

Does anyone know of any alternative websites for vitamintests?
I've used Cerascreen and it works fine; I don't consider it to be a fraud. The way they used to do the vitamin D3 test was perhaps difficult for a lot of people since it required quite a lot of blood from the finger prick, but it's easier now with just a few drops onto a card. Also, you've got to do any test on a Monday morning, so it doesn't sit in the postal system over the weekend.

Comparison between their 25(OH)D3 test and the one from the doctor showed about 15% difference, which is close enough for rock and roll...
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I've used Cerascreen and it works fine; I don't consider it to be a fraud. The way they used to do the vitamin D3 test was perhaps difficult for a lot of people since it required quite a lot of blood from the finger prick, but it's easier now with just a few drops onto a card. Also, you've got to do any test on a Monday morning, so it doesn't sit in the postal system over the weekend.

Comparison between their 25(OH)D3 test and the one from the doctor showed about 15% difference, which is close enough for rock and roll...
Well thanks for your input. I will reconsider Cerascreen then.
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