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3 Micronutrient Health Test

3 Micronutrient Health Test

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Measure different vitamin levels for clear insight into your body’s health.

Must be 18 years or older

6 performance biomarkers tested

Fingerprick collection

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Not Available in New York State

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Looking to get a better understanding of your body's micronutrient levels? The Healthyr Micronutrient Screening is a convenient at-home blood spot test that can help.

This simple screening measures your levels of magnesium, calcium, vitamin B12, vitamin D, ferritin, and folate - giving you valuable insights into any deficiencies you may have. If you'd like to read more about the biomarkers we're testing for and why we test for them, scroll down to our biomarkers section to learn more!

Due to the latest regulations on Laboratory Developed Tests we proudly ship anywhere in the United States except for New York state. We recommend fasting at least 8 hours before taking any at-home test.

Testing Biomarkers

3 Micronutrient Health Test

Magnesium (Mg)

What is it?

Magnesium is an important mineral, playing a role in over 300 enzyme reactions in the human body. Its many functions include helping with muscle and nerve function, regulating blood pressure, and supporting the immune system.

How does it affect me?

Low magnesium may make you feel nauseated, and fatigued. Over time, magnesium deficiency may cause osteoporosis (weak bones), cause headaches, and may have a negative impact on cardiovascular health.


What is it?

Calcium is a mineral most often associated with healthy bones and teeth, although it also plays an important role in blood clotting, helping muscles to contract, and regulating normal heart rhythms and nerve functions.

How does it affect me?

Low calcium may make you feel fatigued and may cause dizziness and brain fog. Over time, calcium deficiency can cause osteoporosis (weak bones), cataracts, and may put you at risk of developing tooth decay.

Elevated calcium may decrease bone strength, create kidney stones, cause high blood pressure, or slow your heart rate.

Vitamin D

What is it?

Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium and regulates many other functions in your body, including inflammation, antioxidants, and neuroprotection. Healthy Vitamin D levels are associated with improved mental health, endurance, muscle function, and bone strength. High levels of physical activity in atheletes may increase the body's demand for Vitamin D.

How does it affect me?

Healthy Vitamin D levels are associated with improved endurance and muscle function. High levels of physical activity in atheletes may increase the body's demand for Vitamin D.

Vitamin B12

What is it?

Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) plays an essential role in red blood cell formation, cell metabolism, nerve function and the production of DNA. Low B12 may cause B12 anemia and can cause fatigue in athletes.

How does it affect me?

B12 is essential for red blood cell production. Low B12 may cause anemia and can cause fatigue in athletes.


What is it?

Ferritin is a protein that stores iron and delivers it to different tissues in your body. Red blood cells use iron to carry oxygen around your body. Other parts of your body, such as your liver, bone marrow, and muscles, also need iron to function properly.

How does it affect me?

Low Ferritin may indicate that you have low iron levels, or iron deficient-anemia.

Folate (B9)

What is it?

B9, or Folate, is a vitamin your body uses to make DNA, other genetic material, and red blood cells. Folate also plays an important role in the brain development of fetuses. The CDC recommends that reproductive aged women take Folate supplements to prevent birth defects.

How does it affect me?

Low Folate (B9) may cause fatigue, weakness, mouth sores, and neurological issues. It may also contribute to "B12 anemia." Low Folate in pregnant women may also contribute to the development of birth defects in fetuses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does this test work?

Healthyr At-Home Tests all use the latest Dried Blood Spot technology to safely collect a sample at home and then have it processed in one of our CLIA certified labs. This involves using a small lancet, pricking your finger and dripping the blood onto the provided card.

Does pricking my finger hurt?

Pain tolerence is relative to everyone. We use a small gauge lancet for minimal incision. If you're curious how big the incision is or where to prick please refer to our Instructional Video to see. It's on every product page if you scroll through our images. And we promise, this won't hurt any worse then spending hours at the doctor's office.

What if I can’t get enough blood on the card?

Three lancets are provided to give you the best chance of collecting enough blood for the sample. We recommend drinking a glass of water thirty minutes before collecting your sample, washing your hands in warm water, and raising your heart rate just before lancing. A couple ways you can raise your heartrate is by doing 20 jumping jacks or looking at pictures of your ex on Instagram.

What if I follow those tips and still can’t get enough blood?

1) You probably don't need to be worried about being a vampire's first victim and 2) Call us and we're happy to help. Our Customer Service Number is on your test box and here at 833-416-6816. If you have trouble during the collection process, please reach out to us and we can provide a new test kit. We are also happy to walk you through the test while you take it.

What happens if my sample gets lost in the mail?

Regrettably, we don’t have any control over the mail, but we will keep track of your sample and notify you if it appears lost. If you need us to find your tracking information reach out and we're happy to find it for you!

What would cause my sample to get rejected?

• The most common rejection reasons are not enough or too much blood or smearing.
• Red blood must cross the 1st line. Passing the 3rd line is okay, but the lab actually needs to punch out the serum (whiteish part).
• If you let the strip dry and then go to add more blood, it will not separate correctly. Once a strip gets wet, you must add enough blood before it dries.
• Once you have completed your collection, ensure that the blood is dried completely before putting it in the mailer bag.

What happens if my sample gets rejected?

In the event that the lab is unable to process your sample, you will receive notice and a new kit, free of charge.

How do I get my sample to the lab?

Every Healthyr Test comes with a prepaid USPS shipping envelope and a biohazard bag. All you have to do is place your sample and the provided biohazard bag into the prepaid shipping envelope and place it in your mailbox or drop it off at your nearest Post Office.

How long will it take to receive my results?

From the time that the lab receives your sample, it will take approximately 1-3 days to receive your results.