Vegan Nutritional Maintenance Panel
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About Our Vegan Nutritional Maintenance Panel
There are numerous advantages to a vegan diet including lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension. Unfortunately there can still be some vulnerabilities when it comes to receiving certain nutrients.
Most of the population receives these crucial vitamins and minerals through the consumption of meat and dairy products. Because vegans don’t eat meat or dairy, there should be an added focus on maintaining a nutritious and well-rounded diet. Testing for these nutrients is necessary to ensure that they are at satisfactory levels within the body.
Our Vegan Wellness Panel tests for the 11 most common deficiencies:
- Complete Blood Count (CBC)
- D-25 Hydroxy (Vitamin D-3)
- Folic Acid
Our test will reveal any deficiencies you may have, so you can address them and continue living a healthy lifestyle.
Please note that in exception to B12, there’s no nutrient you can’t get from a vegan lifestyle. However it’s imperative to understand which vitamins typically go unaddressed so you can meet all of your body’s nutritional needs.
If you take this test and find that you’re not suffering from any of the most common deficiencies, you can continue your vegan lifestyle with peace of mind and renewed zeal to stick to your goals.
If the panel shows that you are indeed nutrient-deficient, you can adapt your goals, make different dietary decisions, and choose more nutrient-specific foods to ensure your body is receiving adequate levels of nourishment We recommend modifying your diet for at least 8 weeks, and then testing again to ensure that your levels have become sufficient.
A vegan lifestyle has an immense array of benefits; don’t let these small drawbacks stop you from living a vegan life.
Identify your deficiencies, address them, and live a healthier life.
Patients should fast 9-12 hours prior to collection.