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Vitamin Test Kits

Vitamin D Test Kit

The Vitamin D test measures the level of total Vitamin D in your blood and is equivalent to 25-hydroxyvitamin D2 and D3 in plasma. 

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Omega-3 Index Test Kits

Omega-3 Index Test Kit

The Omega-3 Index test measures Omega-3 Index.

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Omega-3 Index Plus Test Kit

The Omega-3 Index Plus test measures Omega-3 Index, Trans Fat Index, Omega-3 : Omega-6 Ratio and AA : EPA Ratio.

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Omega-3 Index Complete Test

The Omega-3 Index Plus test measures Omega-3 Index, Trans Fat Index, Omega-3 : Omega-6 Ratio, AA : EPA Ratio and 24 indivudal fatty acids.

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Omega-3 Index for Pets

The Omega-3 Index for Pets measures Omega-3 Index in their blood. For pets like dogs the ideal level is around 3%.

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Omega-3 DHA Test for Mum & Baby

Prenatal DHA Test for mum & baby

The Prenatal DHA Test measures the amount of DHA in the blood. Studies show 5% is the level women should shoot for during pregnancy.

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Mothers Milk DHA Test

The Mother’s Milk DHA Test measures the amount of omega-3 DHA in breast milk. Studies show breast milk is the best way to deliver DHA to your growing baby.

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What's do we analysed for the Vitamin Test Report?

Vitamin D Test

Analysis Reported:

The Vitamin D test measures the level of total Vitamin D in your blood and is equivalent to 25-hydroxyvitamin D2 and D3 in plasma. It reflects your Vitamin D status over the past 1-2 months. As a part of a healthy lifestyle, a Vitamin D blood level in the 30-50 ng/mL range may help support metabolic, heart, brain and immune health. Vitamin D blood levels >100 ng/mL are above the recommended range and may lead to toxicity symptoms. Most people can achieve and maintain a desirable Vitamin D level through lifestyle habits like sun exposure, diet, and supplementation.

Omega-3 Index Test

Analysis Reported:

The Omega-3 Index test measures the amount of EPA and DHA in yourblood, specifically the red blood cell membrane. Membranes, or cell walls, are made of different kinds of fats called fatty acids. We have found that having a higher proportion of EPA and DHA in the membrane tracks with how much omega-3 is in your diet and is a marker of better health. Raising your Omega-3 Index to the desirable zone of 8% will help ensure you are getting enough of the right omega-3s — EPA and DHA — to protect your health.

Omega-3 Index Plus Test

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The Omega-3 Index
The Omega-3 Index test measures the amount of EPA and DHA in yourblood, specifically the red blood cell membrane. Membranes, or cell walls, are made of different kinds of fats called fatty acids. We have found that having a higher proportion of EPA and DHA in the membrane tracks with how much omega-3 is in your diet and is a marker of better health. Raising your Omega-3 Index to the desirable zone of 8% will help ensure you are getting enough of the right omega-3s — EPA and DHA — to protect your health.

Trans Fat Index
Eating foods with trans fats made from hydrogenated oils increases the risk for heart attacks. For years, trans fats were used to make all kinds of processed foods. But because of their effect on heart health, trans fats were deemed unsafe for human consumption and are being removed from food supply chains all over the world, including the US. However, other kinds of trans fats occur naturally at fairly low levels in meat and milk products, and they seem to have health benefits. The Trans Fat Index measures the trans fats from industrial production and should be below 1%.

Omega-3 : Omega-6 Ratio
The Omega-6/Omega-3 ratio (also written “n-6/n-3”) analyzes 7 omega-6 fatty acids and 4 omega-3 fatty acids. The total amount of omega-6s and omega-3s are divided by each other to get a ratio. We recommend a ratio of 3-5:1 (omega-6:omega-3).

AA : EPA Ratio
The AA/EPA ratio is your level of arachidonic acid (AA), an omega-6 fatty acid, vs. eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3 fatty acid. These are important fatty acids in metabolism because powerful signaling molecules can be made from them. These molecules can affect anything from blood clotting to birth contractions to inflammatory responses. Having different levels of these two fatty acids could affect processes that ultimately impact inflammation and overall health.

Omega-3 Index Complete Test

Analysis Reported:

The Omega-3 Index test measures the amount of EPA and DHA in yourblood, specifically the red blood cell membrane. Membranes, or cell walls, are made of different kinds of fats called fatty acids. We have found that having a higher proportion of EPA and DHA in the membrane tracks with how much omega-3 is in your diet and is a marker of better health. Raising your Omega-3 Index to the desirable zone of 8% will help ensure you are getting enough of the right omega-3s — EPA and DHA — to protect your health.

Trans Fat Index
Eating foods with trans fats made from hydrogenated oils increases the risk for heart attacks. For years, trans fats were used to make all kinds of processed foods. But because of their effect on heart health, trans fats were deemed unsafe for human consumption and are being removed from food supply chains all over the world, including the US. However, other kinds of trans fats occur naturally at fairly low levels in meat and milk products, and they seem to have health benefits. The Trans Fat Index measures the trans fats from industrial production and should be below 1%.

Omega-3 : Omega-6 Ratio
The Omega-6/Omega-3 ratio (also written “n-6/n-3”) analyzes 7 omega-6 fatty acids and 4 omega-3 fatty acids. The total amount of omega-6s and omega-3s are divided by each other to get a ratio. We recommend a ratio of 3-5:1 (omega-6:omega-3).

AA : EPA Ratio
The AA/EPA ratio is your level of arachidonic acid (AA), an omega-6 fatty acid, vs. eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3 fatty acid. These are important fatty acids in metabolism because powerful signaling molecules can be made from them. These molecules can affect anything from blood clotting to birth contractions to inflammatory responses. Having different levels of these two fatty acids could affect processes that ultimately impact inflammation and overall health.

Individual Fatty Acid Levels We measure 24 individual fatty acid levels in your blood to calculate the Omega-3 Index, Ratios and Trans Fat Index. But there is so much more to learn from knowing individual levels of fatty acids, like EPA and DHA levels, the specific omega-6 fatty acids that make up half the Ratios, and more. While there is not yet agreement in the scientific community on what many fatty acid levels “mean” for health, these values provide interesting insights into your diet and health.

Omega-3 Index for Pets

Analysis Reported:

When your pet takes an Omega-3 Index test it will provide a percentage that indicates the combination of EPA and DHA in their blood. For pets like dogs the ideal level is around 3%.

Getting your pet to an optimal Omega-3 Index will help ensure they are getting enough of the right omega-3s to protect their health.

Prenatal DHA Test

Analysis Reported:

The Prenatal DHA Test measures the amount of DHA in the blood. Studies show 5% is the optimal level for women during pregnancy.

Once you know your Prenatal DHA level, you can personalize your diet to safely change your level in as little as two to three months. The goal is to reach a Prenatal DHA level of 5% or higher.

Eating fish, taking an omega-3 supplement, or a little bit of both can get you to 5%. You can eat two servings of low-mercury, high-DHA fish per week, like salmon, anchovies, herring and mackerel. If you can’t stomach those kinds of fish, an omega-3 or DHA prenatal supplement or a general fish oil supplement can raise your blood level. Make sure the supplement has at least 200 mg of DHA per serving, but it’s good to aim for getting both EPA and DHA if possible. Many people end up taking a supplement and adding a little fish to their diet as tolerated.

Mothers Milk DHA Test

Analysis Reported:

The Mother’s Milk DHA Test measures the amount of omega-3 DHA in breast milk. Studies show breast milk is the best way to deliver DHA to your growing baby.

Omega-3 DHA is an important component of a baby’s developing brain and it is present in breast milk. DHA levels in breast milk, like blood, go up and down mainly based on how much you eat. We recommend Mother’s Milk DHA levels of at least 0.32% to meet the needs of the infant’s growing brain. 

Vitamin Test Reports (samples)

Vitamin D Report

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Omega-3 Index Report

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Omega-3 Index Plus Report

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Omega-3 Index Complete Report

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Prenatal DHA Report

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Mothers Milk DHA Report

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Omega-3 Index Pet Report

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