Vitamin D Rapid Test
Vitamin D Rapid Test

Vitamin D Rapid Test


This test is a quick and easy way to screen for a potential vitamin D deficiency using a blood sample.

Low levels of vitamin D can cause a variety of symptoms, and in severe cases may lead to a loss in bone strength.

This test provides a result to help you decide if you may benefit from further testing or treatment, which may include vitamin D supplements.

  • Gives a result for normal and abnormal vitamin D levels

  • Simple finger-prick rapid test

  • Rapid results in 10 minutes, no need to send to a lab

  • CE marked for home use

  • Clinically tested accuracy

  • FREE, fast delivery


Who is this test for?

This test is suited to anyone who would like to quickly get an indication of whether they are deficient in vitamin D. Vitamin D is essential to keep us healthy, yet up to a quarter of the UK population does not get enough of this vital vitamin. During winter months, sunlight levels in the UK are not strong enough for our bodies to make as much vitamin D as we need, and our levels may become deficient.

Some groups are more at risk of deficiency; these include women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, people aged 65 years and over, or people with darker skin, although vitamin D deficiency can affect anybody. This test is suited to anyone who would like a quick way to gain an indication of whether they are vitamin D deficient.

What you will discover

This rapid test will give you a good indication if your vitamin D levels are sufficient (>30ng/ml), insufficient (10-30ng/ml) or deficient (<10ng/ml).

Vitamin D is essential to keep us healthy. It helps to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate we have in our bodies, allowing our cells to function effectively and keeping our bones and teeth strong.

Vitamin D deficiency may lead to a loss in bone strength. Reduced bone strength can create difficulties with walking and lead to an increased risk of fractures. It is also associated with several other health risks, so taking a test to help spot a potential deficiency early could help avoid more serious problems in future.












How it works


Order Test

Order online and receive the kit within 2 working days


Collect Blood Sample

Scan the QR code on the back of the test pack to watch our step-by-step video on how to perform your test


Read Results

Within 5 minutes, you will see your results


Take action

Visit our 'what next' page to learn how to manage your result

Intended use

This test can be used to screen for vitamin D deficiency and provides a preliminary test result based on a simple home blood test. It gives you a semi-quantitative analytical result. This means that while it will give you a good indication of whether you have too little or too much vitamin D in your blood, you’ll need a secondary analytical test if you require your specific levels of vitamin D.