Vitamin D

Muhdo has partnered with Randox Health to offer our customers a whole range of at-home health blood tests*

Vitamin D

Muhdo has partnered with Randox Health to offer our customers a whole range of at-home health blood tests*

Vitamin D has many positive health benefits, such as regulating the Immune system, bone health as well as affecting your mood and mental health. Vitamin D deficiency affects over 50% of people. Find out what your levels are with a convenient at home blood test.

One time price offer:

£40.00

Home sample collection

Vitamin D

Results in 3-5 working days from receipt of sample

Vitamin D has many positive health benefits, such as regulating the Immune system, bone health as well as affecting your mood and mental health. Vitamin D deficiency affects over 50% of people. Find out what your levels are with a convenient at home blood test.

Home sample collection

Vitamin D

Results in 3-5 working days from receipt of sample

One time price offer:
£49

Why get tested?

Research is clearly demonstrating the importance of vitamin D on our health. Some studies suggest that around 900 genes, or 1/24 of your entire genome may be at least partially regulated by vitamin D, which is found in every cell in the body and exerts its effect on target tissue such as bone, immune, skin, nervous, endothelial, hair follicle etc via the vitamin D receptor.

 

A whole variety of elements will contribute towards vitamin D deficiency such as reduced outdoor activities, old age, obesity, environmental factors, such as living in northern hemisphere and air pollution, poor dietary choices and genetic factors.

 

Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a number of health problems, including: weak bones and osteoporosis (bone loss) in adults, increased risk of infections, depression and anxiety, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases and certain types of cancer.

How it works

Collect your blood sample at home
Register your Unique Reference Number (URN) online here
Return your sample to the lab for testing
Receive results
Book an optional remote GP appointment

Why get tested?

Research is clearly demonstrating the importance of vitamin D on our health. Some studies suggest that around 900 genes, or 1/24 of your entire genome may be at least partially regulated by vitamin D, which is found in every cell in the body and exerts its effect on target tissue such as bone, immune, skin, nervous, endothelial, hair follicle etc via the vitamin D receptor.

 

A whole variety of elements will contribute towards vitamin D deficiency such as reduced outdoor activities, old age, obesity, environmental factors, such as living in northern hemisphere and air pollution, poor dietary choices and genetic factors.

 

Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a number of health problems, including: weak bones and osteoporosis (bone loss) in adults, increased risk of infections, depression and anxiety, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases and certain types of cancer.

How it works

Collect your blood sample at home

Register your Unique Reference Number (URN) online here

Return your sample to the lab for testing

Receive results

Book an optional remote GP appointment

*Randox Health is an international health and toxicology company in the in vitro diagnostics industry headquartered in the UK. The company develops diagnostic solutions for hospitals, clinical, research and molecular labs, food testing, forensic toxicology, veterinary labs and life sciences.