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Everlywell Vitamin D and Inflammation At-Home Test- Not Available in NJ, NY, RI

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Everlywell Vitamin D and Inflammation At-Home Test- Not Available in NJ, NY, RI
Regular price $59.99
Regular price $99.99 Sale price $59.99
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Everlywell Vitamin D and Inflammation at-home Test. This test can alert you to a Vitamin D deficiency which can contribute to an overall state of inflammation in your body. Inflammation is an immune response to trauma or infection. The body responds with pain, swelling, and redness, which are all part of the initial inflammatory response. C-Reactive Protein, or CRP, is a protein that increases in the blood with inflammation. The high-sensitivity CRP test (hs-CRP) can detect even small elevations of CRP protein as an indicator of low levels of inflammation in the body. EverlyWell has included a Vitamin D screen as part of this panel. Though Vitamin D is a valuable marker on its own, there is evidence that low vitamin D levels may correlate with increased CRP levels.

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Purchase Kit - Collect sample & send - Receive fast online result. Register: Register your kit online at by entering the unique kit ID found within this package. Collect: You will collect your sample at home using the collection instructions included in this package and then mail your sample directly to our CLIA-certified lab partner. Explore: Samples are tested by our partner lab and the results are reviewed by a board-certified physician. Your results will be available online, as well as tailored advice about the next steps.

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