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If you are vegan then you are well aware of how people assume that you must be deficient in some kind of nutrient. But chances are you don't actually know if you are or not. Getting a vegan blood test done at least once a year can help keep you aware of what is going on internally, to ensure that you are not deficient in any nutrients. Not only will it give you the peace of mind that you are not missing out on anything, but if you get a clean bill of health back in the results you can use that to show all the people in your life who suggest you may be missing nutrients. 

The good news it that a vegan blood test to see how things are going is affordable, simple, and you don't even need insurance  or a doctor referral to have it done. You can get a Vegan Nutritional Maintenance Panel done through HealthLabs.com. The test is something you can easily order online, then take the paperwork to one of the participating labs in your community to have the blood drawn, and then within 1-3 days your results will be provided. It's that simple! Plus, if you use the discount code "Veg Blogger" you can get 25% off the cost of the test. That's a great deal!

The Vegan Nutritional Maintenance Panel test for 11 of the most common deficiencies, including:

  • B-12
  • Calcium
  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
  • D-25 Hydroxy (Vitamin D-3)
  • Ferritin
  • Folic Acid
  • Homocysteine
  • Iron
  • Zinc

Many vegans who are honest with themselves know that they eat more vegan junk food than they should. This test will help put things into perspective and motivate you to not be a junk food vegan. It's also a great test to take if you have just become vegan or are about to, so that you can take it again months down the road and compare the changes that took place. Knowing that all your nutritional needs are being met is a great way to further promote veganism and inspire others.

Learn more about the Vegan blood test to check for nutritional deficiencies here.

 



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