A breakdown of your folate level and actionable follow up steps.
Folate, also known as vitamin B9, is an important building block for your health. Your body needs to create DNA, make red blood cells, and maintain cellular health. Without enough folate, you may experience symptoms such as fatigue or mouth sores. Folate deficiency can also lead to anemia and increase the risk of birth defects for pregnant women. That’s why it’s important to get a folate test to monitor your level of this important nutrient.
Our at-home folate blood test makes tracking B9 simple. It will help you determine if you’re experiencing side effects of a B9 deficiency and rule out other underlying health conditions. Your results may indicate that you need to increase the amount of folate in your diet or speak with your doctor about B9 supplements. Restoring folate levels can restore proper balance and homeostasis in the body. Our folate deficiency test kit comes with everything you need, and results—including a full PDF report you can share with your physician—are ready within three days.
Key information that contributes to your overall well-being
Good health isn’t merely the absence of disease or illness. It’s maintaining a vibrant sense of wellness in all areas of your life. True Marker’s at-home tests, such as our folate deficiency blood test, are valuable tools designed to keep you on track with your health and identify any potential issues for early treatment.
It is recommended that you take most health tests every year. True Marker makes this easy with our convenient, comprehensive line of testing kits. They help monitor important biomarkers for organ dysfunction, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and hormone imbalance. Count on True Marker for accurate, rapid results you can use to take care of your mind and body.
There are different ways to measure vitamin levels. Here's why they matter for you:
Folate, or Vitamin B9, is important in creating new red and white blood cells in the blood. Folate or folic acid has also been shown to help in creating DNA and RNA as well aiding in the rapid growth of cells during infancy, adolescence, and pregnancy.
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