All Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency Tests

Do you want to find out if you're getting enough nutrients to keep your body healthy?

Nutrition lab tests can show you which vitamins and minerals are missing from your body.

We can help. Our lab testing is the most accurate way to find out exactly what your body needs. It's a simple blood test that takes just 5 minutes to order, but it could change your life. You'll get a detailed test report with everything you need to know about the levels of each of your vitamin and or mineral biomarkers and what needs to be supplemented to attain optimal health. We offer a simple, affordable way to get the lab testing you need. Our tests are easy to order from home or work. Plus, we have special pricing on our vitamin lab panels that provide greater value.

If you have any deficiency symptoms - fatigue, low energy, poor sleep, brain fog – then our tests are perfect for finding out if something is missing from your diet that could worsen those symptoms. And even if you don't have any symptoms right now, our tests will show whether or not your current diet is providing all the nutrients necessary for good health so that we can make sure nothing's missing in the future either! You'll feel better knowing exactly which vitamins and minerals your body needs most right now. And with our great prices, you won't have to spend a fortune getting them back into balance again. 

It's quick, easy, and affordable! So get started today by ordering a vitamin and mineral panel from the selection below that's right for you.

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27 Essential Vitamins and Minerals to Spot Deficiencies

  • Calcium [ 303 ]
  • Carotene [ 311 ]
  • Chloride [ 330 ]
  • Cholinesterase, Serum [ 37965 ]
  • Copper [ 363 ]
  • Iodine, Serum/Plasma [ 16599 ]
  • Iron, Total [ 571 ]
  • Magnesium [ 622 ]
  • Molybdenum, Serum/Plasma [ 6213 ]
  • Phosphate (as Phosphorus) [ 718 ]
  • Potassium [ 733 ]
  • QuestAssureD™ 25-Hydroxyvitamin D (D2, D3), LC/MS/MS [ 92888 ]
  • Selenium [ 5507 ]
  • Sodium [ 836 ]
  • Vitamin A (Retinol) [ 921 ]
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), LC/MS/MS [ 90353 ]
  • Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) and Folate Panel, Serum [ 7065 ]
  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Plasma [ 36399 ]
  • Vitamin B3 (Nicotinic acid) [ 91029 ]
  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) [ 91030 ]
  • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal Phosphate ) [ 926 ]
  • Vitamin B7 (Biotin) [ 391 ]
  • Vitamin C [ 929 ]
  • Vitamin D, 1,25-Dihydroxy, LC/MS/MS [ 16558 ]
  • Vitamin E (Tocopherol) [ 931 ]
  • Vitamin K [ 36585 ]
  • Zinc [ 945 ]

  • Ferritin [ 457 ]
  • Iodine, Serum/Plasma [ 16599 ]
  • Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) [ 7573 ]
  • Magnesium [ 622 ]
  • Selenium [ 5507 ]
  • Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy, Total, Immunoassay [ 17306 ]
  • Zinc [ 945 ]

Collection Instructions

Allow sample to clot for 30 minutes, spin at 3,000 RPM for 10 minutes and transfer serum to plastic, amber vial. If amber vial is not available, wrap tube in aluminum foil to protect from light. Freeze within 30 minutes and send frozen.

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Serum calcium is involved in the regulation of neuromuscular and enzyme activity, bone metabolism and blood coagulation. Calcium blood levels are controlled by a complex interaction of parathyroid hormone, vitamin D, calcitonin and adrenal cortical steroids. Calcium measurements are useful in the diagnosis of parathyroid disease, some bone disorders and chronic renal disease. A low level of calcium may result in tetany.

Measurement of serum 25-OH vitamin D concentrations provide a good index of circulating vitamin D activity in patients not suffering from renal disease. Lower than normal 25-OH vitamin D levels can result from a dietary deficiency, poor abosrption of the vitamin or impaired metabolism of the sterol in the liver. A 25-OH vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone diseases such as rickets and osteomalacia. Above normal levels can lead hypercalcemia. This assay employs liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry to independently measure and report the two common forms of 25-hydroxy vitamin D: 25OH D3 - the endogenous form of the vitamin and 25OH D2 - the analog form used to treat 25OH Vitamin D3 deficiency.

Beta Carotene, a fat soluble nutrient, is a precursor to vitamin A. Deficiencies may lead to vitamin A deficiency. Excessive vitamin A intake may lead to headaches, loss of appetite, nausea and diarrhea, skin changes, and potential birth defects.

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Decreased levels of ceruloplasmin are found in Wilson''s Disease, fulminant liver failure, intestinal malabsorption, renal failure resulting in proteinuria, chronic active hepatitis and malnutrition. Elevated levels are found in primary biliary cirrhosis, pregnancy (first trimester), oral contraceptive use and in acute inflammatory conditions since ceruloplasmin is an acute phase reactant

Serum chloride is the major extracellular anion and counter-balances the major cation, sodium, maintaining electrical neutrality of the body fluids. Two thirds of the total anion concentration in extracellular fluids is chloride and it is significantly involved in maintaining proper hydration and osmotic pressure. Movement of chloride ions across the red blood cell membrane is essential for the transport of biocarbonate ions in response to changing concentrations of carbon dioxide. Chloride measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of electrolyte and metabolic disorders such as cystic fibrosis and diabetic acidosis.

Approximately 1 in every 2500 individuals has inherited a defective enzyme or a deficiency of the enzyme (Pseudocholinesterase) that metabolizes succinylcholine (an anesthetic agent). With a "normal" dosage, these individuals have prolonged apnea. Such individuals are responsive at much smaller concentrations of this anesthetic agent than the general population. Low concentrations of Pseudocholinesterase are observed in individuals exposed to organophosphorous insecticides and in patients with hepatic dysfunction.

A Complete Blood Count (CBC) Panel is used as a screening test for various disease states including anemia, leukemia, and inflammatory processes.

A CBC blood test includes the following biomarkers: WBC, RBC, Hemoglobin, Hematocrit, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW, Platelet count, Neutrophils, Lymphs, Monocytes, Eos, Basos, Neutrophils (Absolute), Lymphs (Absolute), Monocytes(Absolute), Eos (Absolute), Basos (Absolute), Immature Granulocytes, Immature Grans (Abs)

NOTE: Only measurable biomarkers will be reported.

Reflex Parameters for Manual Slide Review
  Less than  Greater Than 
WBC  1.5 x 10^3  30.0 x 10^3 
Hemoglobin  7.0 g/dL  19.0 g/dL 
Hematocrit  None  75%
Platelet  100 x 10^3  800 x 10^3 
MCV  70 fL  115 fL 
MCH  22 pg  37 pg 
MCHC  29 g/dL  36.5 g/dL 
RBC  None  8.00 x 10^6 
RDW  None  21.5
Relative Neutrophil %  1% or ABNC <500  None 
Relative Lymphocyte %  1% 70%
Relative Monocyte %  None  25%
Eosinophil  None  35%
Basophil  None  3.50%
Platelet  <75 with no flags,
>100 and <130 with platelet clump flag present,
Instrument Flags Variant lymphs, blasts,
immature neutrophils,  nRBC’s, abnormal platelets,
giant platelets, potential interference
The automated differential averages 6000+ cells. If none of the above parameters are met, the results are released without manual review.
CBC Reflex Pathway

Step 1 - The slide review is performed by qualified Laboratory staff and includes:

  • Confirmation of differential percentages
  • WBC and platelet estimates, when needed
  • Full review of RBC morphology
  • Comments for toxic changes, RBC inclusions, abnormal lymphs, and other
  • significant findings
  • If the differential percentages agree with the automated counts and no abnormal cells are seen, the automated differential is reported with appropriate comments

Step 2 - The slide review is performed by qualified Laboratory staff and includes: If any of the following are seen on the slide review, Laboratory staff will perform a manual differential:

  • Immature, abnormal, or toxic cells
  • nRBC’s
  • Disagreement with automated differential
  • Atypical/abnormal RBC morphology
  • Any RBC inclusions

Step 3 If any of the following are seen on the manual differential, a Pathologist will review the slide:

  • WBC<1,500 with abnormal cells noted
  • Blasts/immature cells, hairy cell lymphs, or megakaryocytes
  • New abnormal lymphocytes or monocytes
  • Variant or atypical lymphs >15%
  • Blood parasites
  • RBC morphology with 3+ spherocytes, RBC inclusions, suspect Hgb-C,
  • crystals, Pappenheimer bodies or bizarre morphology
  • nRBC’s

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel

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Copper is an essential element that is a cofactor of many enzymes. Copper metabolism is disturbed in Wilson's disease, Menkes disease, primary biliary cirrhosis, and Indian childhood cirrhosis. Copper concentrations increase in acute phase reactions and during the third trimester of pregnancy. Copper concentrations are decreased with nephrosis, malabsorption, and malnutrition. Copper concentrations are also useful to monitor patients, especially preterm newborns, on nutritional supplementation. Results of copper are often interpreted together with ceruloplasmin.

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Useful in the diagnosis of hypochromic, microcytic anemias. Decreased in iron deficiency anemia and increased in iron overload.

Did you know nearly 70% of people in the US are deficient in calcium, followed by omega-3 fatty acids, folic acid, iron, and vitamin B12?

When you don't get the essential vitamins and nutrients from your regular diet, you're more likely to develop chronic health problems such as fatigue, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis.

Due to this, lab tests for vitamins and mineral deficiencies are essential for your body to maintain its health and wellness.

If you're concerned you might have vitamin deficiencies, then keep reading to learn everything you need to know about vitamin and mineral deficiency lab tests. 

What Are Vitamin and Mineral Tests?

Vitamins and minerals play a huge role in practically every process in your body, from immunity, metabolism, digestion, to hormone regulation. If you have ongoing nutritional imbalances, it can lead to:

  • Weight loss
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Loss of bone density
  • Joint pain
  • Fatigue and insomnia
  • Poor memory
  • Chronic disease

When you want to understand the state of your health truly, a vitamin or a mineral deficiency test can provide valuable insights into how what you eat affects your body.

How to Test for Vitamin Deficiency

If you're wondering how to test for a vitamin deficiency, it's important to understand what types of nutrients there are. Nutrients can be put into two different categories. First, there are macronutrients which include:

  • Proteins
  • Fats 
  • Carbohydrates (fiber, starch, sugar)
  • Water

The next category is macronutrients that include:

  • Minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron
  • Vitamins like Vitamin, B, C, and D
  • Antioxidants

Vitamin deficiency tests evaluate the micronutrients in your blood. They help your doctors diagnose nutritional deficiencies and get an overall picture of your nutritional health.

Benefits of Vitamin and Mineral Lab Tests

A blood test is a simple and powerful tool that identifies nutritional problems early on and prevents disease development. 

Many people don't suffer symptoms but can still be deficient in essential nutrients like vitamin D, calcium, and magnesium. You can also easily fix many of these imbalances by modifying your diet and adding supplements.

Other benefits of vitamin and mineral lab tests include:

  • Improve your organ function with the right nutrients
  • Eliminate symptoms
  • Prevent illness
  • Boost your immune system
  • A diet plan can be formed based on your lab results
  • You can save money by only taking the supplements that you need

Vitamin and Mineral Lab Tests

Depending on your symptoms and what nutrients you want to check, you can find different vitamin and mineral panels from basic to comprehensive.

The Vitamins & Minerals + ( Omegas, CMP & CBC) - Basic panel includes:

complete blood count (CBC) checks the overall health of your blood. The CBC measures things like red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. A comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) measures electrolytes, proteins, blood sugar and gives an overall indication of your kidney and liver function.

Next, a ferritin level measures how much iron is stored in your body. Ferritin is a protein found in your cells directly related to the amount of iron stored in your body. Folate is necessary for normal red blood cell formation and the repair of cells and tissues.

Iron is a mineral your body needs for most of its functions. Your body needs enough iron to carry oxygen to the cells and tissues. Low levels of iron can cause iron deficiency anemia. And omega-3 and omega-6 are fatty acids necessary for your body to function properly, and magnesium is essential for your bones, organs, and tissues.

The Vitamins & Minerals + ( Omegas, CMP & CBC) - Basic Plus panel includes the same tests as the basic panel but includes a prealbumin level, a protein produced by the liver and carries thyroid hormone and vitamin A throughout the body.

Next is a vitamin D and vitamin B12 deficiency test. And a transferrin level more closely assesses iron deficiency and the total iron balance in your body.

The Vitamins & Minerals + ( Omegas, CMP & CBC) - Advanced panel includes additional tests such as homocysteine level, which checks for vitamin B6, B12 deficiencies as well as identify if you're at risk for heart disease or a stroke. Zinc helps your immune system and metabolism function normally.

Vitamins & Minerals + ( Omegas, CMP & CBC) - Comprehensive also includes additional tests such as a detailed panel for vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K, zinc, and copper levels. Copper and zinc are necessary for your immune and nervous system to function normally. They are also key for healthy digestion.

FAQS About Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency Tests

What exact role do minerals play in the body? Minerals are crucial to the health of your and support many functions like:

  • Thyroid gland function
  • Immune system function
  • Muscle function 
  • Normal red blood cell production
  • Bone health

 What illnesses can cause vitamin and mineral deficiencies? Digestive disorders like inflammatory bowel, celiac disease, or any disorder that causes malabsorption of food. Vitamin and mineral deficiencies also cause disorders like scurvy, rickets, and protein-energy malnutrition.

Vitamins and Mineral Deficiency at Ulta Lab Tests

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