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Discover Nutrient Deficiencies Impacting Your Energy, Immune Function, and Wellbeing

Unlock the potential of your health with our comprehensive vitamin and mineral test. Discover nutrient deficiencies that may impact your energy levels, immune function, and overall well-being. Take proactive steps towards optimal health and embrace a revitalised life.

What it includes

  • A comprehensive blood test conducted by a healthcare professional at our clinic.
  • Doctor-reviewed results with written comments and advice.
  • Optional results consultation with a doctor at a discounted rate.
  • Please scroll down the page for a complete list of biomarkers included in the test.

Why take a vitamins and minerals test

  1. Discover your body's nutritional needs with a vitamin and mineral blood test. Identify deficiencies, optimise energy, support immunity, and enhance overall well-being.

Age restriction on blood tests

We're unable to offer blood tests for those under the age of 18 unless it is part of a routine GP appointment and the clinician believes it suitable.

What biomarkers are tested?

  • Vitamin B12 - This biomarker measures vitamin B12, essential for red blood cell production and nerve function. Low levels of vitamin B12 can cause anaemia and contribute to fatigue.
  • Vitamin D: A vital fat-soluble vitamin that supports bone, muscle, and immune system health. Our bodies can produce most of the Vitamin D they need through exposure to sunlight. Still, we can also obtain it from specific foods and supplements.
  • Iron - This biomarker measures the level of iron, which is necessary for the production of haemoglobin. Low levels of iron can cause anaemia and contribute to fatigue.
  • Ferritin: A biomarker reflecting iron levels in the body. The test measures ferritin levels to diagnose iron deficiency or excess, monitor treatment, and evaluate conditions like anaemia and liver disease.
  • Albumin: A protein the liver produces that helps transport substances in the blood. Low levels can indicate liver damage or disease.
  • Calcium: Essential mineral for bone health and bodily functions. Calcium test measures blood levels to assess bone health and nerve/muscle function and detect disorders.
  • Magnesium: An essential mineral involved in various physiological processes. Magnesium test measures its levels in the blood, aiding in diagnosing magnesium deficiencies or imbalances.
  • Zinc: Essential mineral involved in various physiological processes. The zinc test measures its levels in the body—a biomarker for nutritional status, immune function, and overall health assessment.
  • Total Iron-Binding Capacity (TIBC): Measures the blood's ability to bind iron. The test helps diagnose and monitor conditions related to iron metabolism and anaemia. TIBC reflects the body's iron-carrying capacity, aiding in evaluating iron deficiency or overload.
  • Transferrin: A protein that transports iron in the blood. Transferrin test measures its levels to assess iron status and diagnose conditions like anaemia. It helps evaluate iron deficiency and monitor response to treatment.
  • Transferrin saturation (TSAT): Measures the amount of iron bound to transferrin in the blood. This test assesses iron metabolism and helps diagnose iron deficiency or overload. TSAT provides insights into iron status and guides treatment decisions.



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Frequently Asked Questions

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Are blood tests suitable for children?

We are not able to offer blood tests for those under the age of 18 unless it is part of a routine GP appointment and the clinician believes it suitable.

What can the results of the test reveal? 

The test results can reveal if you have any nutrient deficiencies or imbalances, providing valuable insights into your overall nutritional status and potential areas of improvement.

Can't I get enough vitamins and minerals from my diet alone? 

A balanced diet is essential, but individual nutrient needs vary. A blood test helps determine if your body is absorbing and utilising these nutrients effectively and if supplementation or dietary adjustments are necessary.

How can the test results benefit me? 

The results help you understand your specific nutrient needs, enabling you to make informed decisions regarding dietary adjustments, supplementation, and lifestyle changes to optimise your health and well-being.

How often should I consider taking a vitamin and mineral blood test? 

The testing frequency depends on various factors, including your overall health, dietary habits, and any specific concerns or symptoms you may have. It is best to consult with your healthcare provider to determine your appropriate testing schedule.

How long does receiving the blood test results take? 

We strive to deliver your results as quickly as possible. Results are typically available within a three to four working days.

Can I order specific tests not included in the standard packages? 

Our extensive range of laboratory tests allows for customisation based on your unique needs. Speak with our healthcare professionals to discuss the specific tests you require at the time of your appointment or contact the team in advance: Wells contact details

Can I discuss my blood test results with a doctor? 

Our qualified doctors are available to provide expert advice, interpretation of results, and personalised recommendations based on your blood test findings. Your results will be reviewed by our doctors and sent to you along with written comments and advice. A results consultation with your Wells doctor is available at a discounted rate of £45 which can be booked here, please book four working days after your initial blood test appointment.

Do I need a referral from my GP to access these blood tests? 

No, you can access our private blood tests directly without a referral from your GP. However, we encourage collaboration and communication between your GP and our healthcare professionals for a comprehensive approach to your healthcare.

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Our Clinic

Our clinic is in a former stately home within 25 acres of countryside, gardens and woodland, with sweeping views of the South Downs. This tranquil setting is away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. We are in an easily accessible ground-floor suite with free parking outside.

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The Wells Clinic, Robert Denholm House,
Bletchingley Road, Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW


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