Vitamin samples | Bariatric Fusion provide a fast, convenient and accurate way to test the nutritional content of a food or supplement. This is an important step in ensuring accurate labeling and supporting claims made on supplement packaging.
What are vitamins?
Vitamins are essential for healthy bodies and help to build and maintain strong bones, a strong immune system, good vision and more. They are found in fruits, vegetables, eggs, meat, fish and dairy products.
What are minerals?
Minerals are necessary for a healthy diet and are found in foods such as calcium, copper, iron, iodine, magnesium, manganese and zinc.
How do I know if I am getting enough vitamins and minerals?
A vitamin blood panel tests your blood for thirteen key vitamins to identify deficiency. Some common vitamin panels include the B-complex, C, D and E.
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How do I get a vitamin sample?
A health care professional can perform a vitamin blood test by pricking your finger or by drawing a venous sample of your blood. The sample will be sent to a lab where the results will be available within a few days.
What are the risks?
The risk of a vitamin sample is very low, and most people have no symptoms after the blood draw. Slight bruising can occur at the site where the needle was placed, but this usually goes away quickly.
What do I need to do to prepare for the test?
For a vitamin B blood test, you will need to fast (not eat or drink) for several hours before the sample is collected. A random urine test may be ordered instead, which allows you to collect your sample at any time of the day and store it in the provided container.