Who should measure their vitamin D level?

Only very small amounts of vitamin D are absorbed through food. Up to 90% of vitamin D is produced by the body itself, namely in the skin as a result of sunlight. However, due to our modern lifestyle, especially due to too little time spent outdoors and the use of high sun protection factors, the body’s own vitamin D production is no longer sufficient in many cases. A deficiency is therefore no longer restricted to risk groups such as small children, pregnant women, people with dark skin and the 50+ group of people, but can affect anyone. A vitamin D deficiency can be diagnosed particularly well after the winter period when there is little sunshine. When taking vitamin D preparations, it is recommended to check their effectiveness at certain intervals. This allows an optimal adjustment of the dose to seasonal fluctuations in light conditions and individually varying needs.


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Why testing

The kiweno nutrition test brings you clarity: The test gives you information at a glance about the tolerance of over 70 tested foods. We test the compatibility of the specific protein components of foods. Results and further nutritional recommendations help you to find your optimal diet.

This is how simple the test works >

This is what you get when you take the nutrition test 5-pack:

Five test kits for taking blood samples
Shipment of blood samples
Analysis by our experienced laboratory for the compatibility of 70 food products
Evaluation & presentation of your test results on my.kiweno
Valuable tips and nutritional recommendations

Support

Is there still something unclear about your test results or the subject of food intolerances? Have a look at our FAQ or contact us directly!