A breakdown of key essential nutrient levels and actionable follow-up steps
Many people have a vitamin deficiency that affects their overall quality of life. Vitamin deficiencies can cause numerous issues including hair loss, weak bones, anemia, as well as long-lasting feelings of fatigue due to disproportionate mineral levels. True Marker’s at-home vitamin deficiency test is a valuable health monitoring tool. This essential vitamin test measures your vitamin D, B12, and B9 levels—all of which are important indicators of potential health issues.
Our at-home vitamin test reveals which vitamins are in the normal range and which ones may be lacking. Our test kit provides fast, confidential results, as well as a full report in a PDF to share with your physician. We can also provide treatment recommendations if needed.
Insight to optimize your overall well-being
True Marker’s at-home vitamin test kit is part of our comprehensive line of general health tests. Use these tests to maintain a vibrant sense of well-being—physically, mentally, and socially. It’s recommended that you take most health tests annually to monitor your health.
Our tests look at the important biomarkers for organ function and hormone balance. The at-home vitamin level test focuses on vitamin and mineral deficiency. Depend on True Marker to help detect potential problems so you can act quickly and get the appropriate treatment.
There are different ways to measure vitamin levels. Here’s why they matter for you:
Vitamin D has been linked to hair loss alongside certain autoimmune disorders, as well as alopecia. The FDA believes that Vitamin D is essential for hair growth and maintenance of the hair follicle.
Vitamin B9 (Folate)
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.
Vitamin B12 is important for neurological function, creating DNA, and creating red blood cells to aid in oxygen transport throughout the body. It is also an essential nutrient in pregnancy.
Everything you need to easily take your test:
Our in-house medical team really knows what they’re talking about
Rather than outsourcing testing, we built the first lab that does it in-house. That means our scientists can actually answer your questions and are available to guide you through the process.