Tests that can be done in the comfort of your own home are becoming increasingly popular.
Medical self-tests are becoming increasingly popular. Today, you can take small blood, saliva or urine samples at home and have them analysed by modern specialist laboratories. In this way, self-tests can be used, for example, to determine the supply of vitamins with the vitamin tests developed for this purpose, to detect a nutrient deficiency at an early stage and to correctly interpret physical symptoms by means of hormone tests, allergy tests or intolerance tests.
We are pleased to be able to offer our customers newly selected vitamin deficiency self-tests. For example, over 80 percent of the population suffers from an undersupply of vitamin D3. Test at home whether you are sufficiently supplied with vitamin D, vitamin B12, omega 3 and the minerals zinc, magnesium and selenium.
For the Cerascreen self-tests, you take a small sample at home with a test kit. You then send this sample in a return envelope to a certified specialist laboratory, which analyses the sample. Afterwards, you receive a detailed report of the results, which tells you your values, classifies them and gives you individual recommendations for action.
The laboratories that evaluate such health tests are often the same ones that perform analyses for doctors' offices and other medical facilities. The big difference: with a self-test, you decide when and where to have it done - without the need for waiting times or appointments.