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Vitamin D Blood Test

Learn Your Vitamin D Blood Value and Share with Your Physician
Endocrine Society Physicians believe that pregnant women, infants, children, seniors, the obese, and individuals with dark skin pigment are at high risk for being seriously Vitamin D deficient.
The goal is to know your Vitamin D blood level for good health. Boost your Vitamin D level with sensible use of sunshine &/or Vitamin D3 supplementation.
Options for measuring your Vitamin D Blood value.
New in 2016! Phoenix, Az residents can order a Vitamin D blood test at Walgreen stores with a Theranos Blood Station for just over $20 without a physicians order.
1. Order test via your physician which may or may not be covered by Medicare or private medical insurance.  Cost without reimbursement between $200 to $350 including physicians fee. Correct Diagnosis medical coding by physician is essential for reimbursement.
2. Order via mail order program from www.vitamindcouncil.com Cost $65. Testing Kit provides     self-use instructions and required test components for taking and sending blood spot sample back to ZRT laboratory for evaluation. Results provided by mail. New York State excluded.
3. Order mail order test kit from www.grassrootshealth.net and enroll in 5 year study.  Cost $60 for 10 mail order kits over 5 years. Results provided via mail.  New York State excluded.
4. Order comprehensive Spectracell Nutrient Test Kit via your physician and learn your blood value of all key nutrients including Vitamin D, Co Q 10, Glutathione and 27 more nutrients. www.spectracell.com
Special request: Regardless of how you order your Vitamin D blood test, N2E would like you to share the results with us and tell us what action you took to improve your Vitamin D blood level.  Send information to tbran10@n2e4u.com.  All emails will be held in strictest confidence.  Only summary information with no name disclosures will be published on the N2E website to provide all viewers a up to date report on the actual state of Vitamin D deficiency in the United States.