What does it mean if my measurement is "off track"?

FDA regulations restrict access to measurements that may be involved in a medical diagnosis in order to protect consumers and uphold legitimacy of the medical community. These nutrients include vitamin B12, vitamin D, and magnesium. If you’re concerned about your actual blood nutrient level, please contact your physician.

“Off track”  means that your blood nutrient levels are higher or lower than our normal range. Our normal ranges are nutrient-specific, and established based on published research and institutional knowledge available for each nutrient. Being “off track” simply indicates that your measurement falls outside of the normal range established by Baze.

Despite regulations limiting your visibility of the exact value, Baze dietitians continue to use the exact value to calculate your supplement recommendations. Click on the links in "related articles" to learn more.

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