At Home Deficiency Tests
Why Test Yourself for Deficiencies
Our bodies require so many things in order to function optimally - many of which we aren't even aware of, as we go about our daily lives. It's easy to forget about Vitamin D, for example, since we naturally create it ourselves under optimal circumstances - ie: when we're getting enough sunlight. Other deficiencies might have a more noticeable immediate impact, but often these symptoms are a bit vague, such as fatigue, or irritability, which makes it hard to pinpoint the source. For these reasons, one of the best ways to confidently figure out if your body is experiencing a deficiency of some kind is to test yourself.
Are at-home deficiency tests accurate?
Different at-home testing companies use different methods, and not all of them are very accurate. A company might accurately measure the presence, absence, or amount of a substance in your sample, but that substance may not be a reliable indicator of the thing they're claiming to test for. Additionally, for some tests, a blood sample can be much more accurate than a hair sample, but not for all tests. cerascreen® makes every effort to provide the highest quality at-home testing available. Your sample is sent to a CLIA certified lab, and in most cases, we're testing for the exact same substance a doctor or specialist would test for. This isn't always possible - at-home testing has more logistics involved, and our methods may require a slightly longer window of sample stability than a sample taken in a lab or doctor's office - but if there is a difference, you can trust that it is for good reason.
You'll receive your test promptly and we'll support you as you review the results. We even provide customized instructions in the results report, and a complimentary call with one of our health coaches so you can discuss any questions you might have.
We're confident that you'll find your experience to be top quality, and we offer a 30-day guarantee to ensure you feel safe making this purchase.