Do you test for iron?

Iron deficiencies (and toxicities) can cause many health problems. That's why we felt it was extremely important to keep this testing between you and your doctor only. We don't just want to sell people supplements, we want to make sure it's in their best interest.

When iron abnormalities are discovered, it's critical to determine why that's happening before supplementing because these abnormalities can range from a series of mild to more serious health concerns. Once the root cause for this is discovered, supplementation can begin if warranted, but it's best in this case that it's done between a person and their medical doctor as routine follow up is recommended.

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