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Vitamin Profile 2


Vitamin Profile 2

Vitamin Profile 2

 A comprehensive assessment that measures the levels of various vitamins in the bloodstream. It provides information about nutritional status and helps identify any deficiencies or excesses. Testing helps identify areas of intervention, such as dietary modifications or vitamin supplementation, to optimize an individual’s vitamin status and overall well-being.



Vitamin A (Retinol) Beta Carotene functions include: helping your body's natural defence against illness and infection (the immune system) work properly; helping vision in dim light; keeping skin and the lining of some parts of the body, such as the nose, healthy

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) Thiamine helps to turn food into energy and to keep the nrvous system healthy. Your Body is not able to make thiamine itself. However, you can usually get all you need from your food.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, helps: keep skin, eyes and the nervous system healthy; the body release energy from food.

Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) a lack o nicotinamide can cause niacin deficiency (pellagra). Nicotinamide has positive effects against skin damage caused by ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoine, helps: the body to use and store energy from protein and carbohydrates in food. the body form haemoglobin, the substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen around the body.

Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol) Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin, it is found in vegtables, seed oils and nuts, it is absorbed in the small intestine with about half passing to the liver and half passing to the lymph. within the blood it is transported bound to LDL and HDL

Vitamin B9 (Red Cell Folate)  Folate (Vitamin B9) is a vitamin which is necessary for the formation of red blood cells, tissue and cellular repairs and is important during pregnancy. It can be found in leafy green vegetables, yeast and citrus fruits. Folate tests are used to help diagnose the cause of anaemia.

Vitamin B12 (Active)   Active B12 and total B12 are two different measurements used to assess vitamin B12 status. Active B12 refers to the biologically active form of vitamin B12 in functional state. Total B12, includes both active B12 and other forms of B12 that may be bound to proteins or not immediately available for use. Total B12 provides a wider scope for clinical assessment while active B12 is considered a more specific indicator of B12 status and deficiency.

Vitamin C (frozen)

Vitamin D (25-OH)  Vitamin D is a vitamin which is used in the regulation of calcium and magnesium absorption from the gut, it is also important for the growth and health of bones. Vitamin D comes from two sources; it can be ingested from foods and supplements or be produced in the skin once it is exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D tests are used to identify vitamin D deficiency and to monitor diseases that interfere with fat absorption like Crohn’s disease.

Turnaround time:

5 working days


This service is only available to the age of 16 and above.

Furthermore, Any Cancellation within 48 hours prior to appointment will incur a charge of 20% of total service cost.

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