Vitamin Deficiency Testing Bergen County NJ

Do you take a handful of vitamins every day without knowing which nutrients your body needs? Since each micronutrient plays an indispensable role in cell function, your health may be compromised by such a random approach to supplementation. Unfortunately, even those with healthy eating habits can have vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Moreover, genetic predisposition, biochemical availability and absorption, metabolic rate, aging, medical conditions and medications all affect individual micronutrient requirements. If your diet includes too much processed foods, you should consider vitamin deficiency testing.

Essential Vitamins & Minerals for Life and Health

  • Omega-3 - (fat soluble)
  • Potassium (electrolyte)
  • Calcium (bones and teeth)
  • Magnesium (muscles)
  • Iron (autoimmune health)
  • Co-Q10 (blood oxygenation)
  • Vitamin A (fat soluble)
  • Vitamin C (water soluble)
  • Vitamin D (fat soluble)
  • Vitamin E (fat soluble)
  • Vitamin K (fat soluble)
  • Vitamin B-1 (thiamine)
  • Vitamin B-3 (niacin)
  • Vitamin B-6 (pyroxidine)
  • Vitamin B-9 (folate)
  • Vitamin B-12 (cobalamin)

MedWell uses vitamin deficiency testing to measure levels of selected vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential micronutrients. Rather than meeting the FDA's recommended daily allowance (RDA) of vitamins and minerals, our goal is to design a plan with an array of vitamin and mineral supplements created specifically to meet your body's needs. Since nutrient deficiencies do not correlate with nutrient intake, even the healthiest-minded person may have unmet micronutrient deficiencies. Our staff will use vitamin deficiency testing to determine the natural foods that should be in your diet as well as outline a program for essential supplementation.

Vitamin Deficiency Testing