What Is a Nutrition Blood Test and Do You Need One?

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What Is a Nutrition Blood Test and Do You Need OneDid you know around two billion people don’t get enough vitamins and minerals in their diet? 

When life gets busy, it can be easy to neglect your health. Between family life, work, and everything else in between, you might forget to fuel your body properly.

If you haven’t been feeling yourself lately or if you’ve been more tired than usual or feeling weak, it may be time to get a nutrition blood test. If you’re wondering if this test is right for you, then keep reading. We are going to go over everything you need to know. 

Why Is Blood Testing Important?

Your body needs a combination of macro and micronutrients. Your macros are going to consist of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.

Your micros are going to be minerals and vitamins. Each one of these is vital. You may not feel the best if you lack any macro or micronutrients.

A doctor will perform a nutrition blood test and compare your results to a reference range. They will look at your hormone levels, gut health, how your organs are functioning, and much more. Once you have your results, you’ll be able to see any vitamin deficiencies. 


There are a number of different reasons why you may have low vitamin and mineral levels. You may not be consuming enough fruits and vegetables. If you’re a vegan or vegetarian, be sure you’re eating a balanced diet. 

If you’re consuming a variety of whole foods and your nutrition panel still shows deficiencies, your body may be having trouble absorbing what it needs. This lack of nutrients may be a more significant issue you should discuss with your doctor. 

Evaluate how much alcohol you’re consuming, as that can hinder the body from obtaining what it needs. Pregnancy and menopause can also cause changes in the body, and you may need a vitamin supplement. 


You’ll feel different effects depending on which vitamin you’re deficient in. For example, you may feel weak, tired, and dizzy if you lack iron. Iron deficiency commonly affects pregnant and menstruating women due to blood loss.

As a busy parent with children that bring home the occasional virus, you need to be sure you have enough vitamin D in your body. Vitamin D helps strengthen your bones and combat muscle soreness. As we have found out through research, a lack of Vitamin D can lead to more illnesses. 

The Test

Having testing performed can be overwhelming and stressful. However, a nutrition blood test is simple, so don’t let it stress you too much. Professionals at the lab draw the blood we need for analysis. 

After getting your blood drawn, our clinic will create a personalized report. Then, the doctor will be able to explain the panel and give you peace of mind. They will also be able to advise you on your diet and how medications are affecting you. 

Nutrition Blood Test

You want to be the best version of yourself for your family. Don’t waste time and get your nutrition blood test done right away.

Find out if you’re lacking in vitamins and minerals today so you can start fueling your body and feeling your best. If you have any questions or if you’re ready to schedule your test, click here

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