- Determination of mineral supply magnesium, zinc and selenium
- Test conveniently from home
- Requires only a few drops of blood
- Including analysis in a German laboratory
To keep your body running smoothly, you need to give it minerals such as magnesium, selenium and zinc through your diet. These nutrients strengthen your immune system and your muscles and ensure healthy skin and full hair. If you are sufficiently supplied with the minerals, you optimise concentration, regeneration and performance.
With the cerascreen® mineral test you can find out the concentration of the minerals magnesium, selenium and zinc in your capillary blood. This enables you to recognise a possible undersupply of the minerals and to correct it in a targeted manner.
Tiredness, headaches, depressive moods, constant infections - these are some of the symptoms that can occur with magnesium deficiency, zinc deficiency or selenium deficiency. An optimal supply contributes to a strong immune system, healthy skin and hair, physical and mental performance and optimal regeneration.
Our food contains less and less minerals - one of the reasons for this is climate change, which affects the mineral content of plants and animals. Therefore, even with a balanced diet, it is not always possible to supply an optimal level of magnesium, selenium and zinc.
Precautionary mineral tests are not covered by health insurance. Even if you visit a doctor, you have to pay for the test yourself. The cerascreen® mineral test, on the other hand, can be carried out in the comfort of your own home with the test kit and illustrated instructions; you do not have to travel to a practice or clinic and do not have to wait for appointments.
Result report of the mineral test
As soon as your sample is analysed, you will receive your result report via the my cerascreen® app or your user account on our website. You can easily view the report on your smartphone, tablet or computer and read through it in printed form if required.
Find out your blood levels of the minerals zinc, magnesium and selenium in the laboratory analysis. Learn how to optimise mineral levels that are too low or too high with easy-to-use recommendations. Learn more about the effects and intake of zinc, magnesium and selenium with the comprehensive health information.