Vitamin D Test

Get insight into your Vitamin D levels with this simple to use vitamin d at home blood test. With many commonly shared symptoms such as fatigue, low energy and depression, it can be hard to know if you have a Vitamin D deficiency without testing.

Playing a part in optimal immune health, many customers choose to test their Vitamin D levels periodically to ensure that they proactively looking at their health and wellbeing.

  • Free shipping
  • A doctor validated report
  • Fast results from sample receipt at lab
  • 7-days per week customer care

Collection method:

Finger-prick sample

Number of biomarkers tested: 1


More about this test

The major form of vitamin D found and measured in your blood is 25-hydroxyvitamin D. It is relatively inactive but is the precursor to the active hormone. Vitamin D is also known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’ as most of the vitamin that the body requires is produced through the skin’s exposure to the sun. Vitamin D also comes from the food however it can be difficult to get all that the body requires from just the diet.

• Blood collection device using finger-prick method
• Tracked 24 return mailing bag
• A doctor validated report
• 2 working days turnaround from sample receipt at lab

Order by 3pm weekdays and your test will be the dispatched the same day (excluding bank holidays). Royal Mail tracked 24 shipping is provided free of charge. You will be emailed your tracking number.

This test measures 25-OH vitamin D. Your results will show the level of vitamin D in your blood and whether this level is deficient, insufficient, normal or elevated.

You should take this test before you take any vitamin or mineral supplements. Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin you should discuss this with your doctor.

You can learn more about vitamin D in the following articles:

  • What Is The Difference Between Vitamin D and D3?
  • How To Flush Vitamin D Out Of Your System?
  • What Foods Contain Vitamin D?
  • How To Get Vitamin D Levels Up Fast?
  • 25-OH vitamin D

    Vitamin D

    How do you test for Vitamin D?

    Vitamin D can be tested with a simple at-home blood test. A small amount of blood is taken via a finger prick to fill a blood collection tube.

    How can I test my Vitamin D at home?

    You can order an at-home blood test from The Health Hub. There is a simple process to follow that involves a finger prick blood sample which you return with a prepaid postage label to the lab to receive your results.

    What is a good Vitamin D test result?

    A result of 50 > nmol/L is considered to be a good level of vitamin D.