Micronutrient by Vibrant America

This test provides a comprehensive extracellular and intracellular assessment of the levels of the most important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fatty acids, and amino acids to help you make healthy lifesstyle choices in consultation with your healthcare provider.

Folate (RBC)

Optimal range: 95.5 - 1000 ng/mL

Folate (Serum)

Optimal range: 2 - 100 ng/mL

Vitamin A (Serum)

Optimal range: 40.8 - 154.5 mcg/dL

Vitamin A (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.9 - 17.3 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin B1 (Serum)

Optimal range: 1.4 - 71.3 nmol/L

Vitamin B1 (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.1 - 7 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin B12 (Serum)

Optimal range: 232 - 1245 pg/mL

- Vitamin B12 is an important coenzyme when in its active form of methylcobalamin.

- B12 facilitates the metabolism of folic acid through its primary role as a methyl donor.

- B12 requires intrinsic factor for absorption, which is calcium dependent.

- The role of vitamin B12 in the production of some neurotransmitters may also be evidenced by mood imbalance in susceptible individuals.

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Vitamin B2 (Serum)

Optimal range: 5.6 - 126.1 mcg/L

Vitamin B2 (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.2 - 3.6 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin B3 (Serum)

Optimal range: 0 - 0 ng/mL

Vitamin B3 (WBC)

Optimal range: 0 - 0 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin B5 (Serum)

Optimal range: 22.7 - 429.2 mcg/L

Vitamin B5 is part of the structural component of coenzyme A. It is also important for synthesis of red blood cells, sex hormones, adrenal hormones, and vitamin D. Another significant function of B5 is to work with carnitine and CoQ10 for fatty acid oxidation/metabolism.

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Vitamin B5 (WBC)

Optimal range: 2.5 - 32.8 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin B5 is part of the structural component of coenzyme A. It is also important for synthesis of red blood cells, sex hormones, adrenal hormones, and vitamin D. Another significant function of B5 is to work with carnitine and CoQ10 for fatty acid oxidation/metabolism.

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Vitamin B6 (Serum)

Optimal range: 2.8 - 76.2 ng/mL

Vitamin B6 (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.5 - 9.7 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin C (Serum)

Optimal range: 0.2 - 1.1 mg/dL

Vitamin C has a major function of being an antioxidant. It boosts immunity through increasing white blood cells, in addition to supporting regeneration of vitamin E. Vitamin C can also reduce atherosclerosis, stroke and high blood pressure, and inflammation. Because of its role in the generation of connective tissue, it is necessary for optimal collagen production. Vitamin C is also an important component of l-carnitine, which is necessary for breakdown of fats into energy.

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Vitamin C (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.5 - 9.7 ng/MM WBC

Vitamin C has a major function of being an antioxidant. It boosts immunity through increasing white blood cells, in addition to supporting regeneration of vitamin E. Vitamin C can also reduce atherosclerosis, stroke and high blood pressure, and inflammation. Because of its role in the generation of connective tissue, it is necessary for optimal collagen production. Vitamin C is also an important component of l-carnitine, which is necessary for breakdown of fats into energy.

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Vitamin D, 25-OH (Serum)

Optimal range: 30 - 108 ng/mL

Vitamin D3 (Serum)

Optimal range: 0.4 - 1.8 ng/mL

Vitamin D3 (WBC)

Optimal range: 25.9 - 246.6 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin E (Serum)

Optimal range: 7.4 - 30.6 mg/L

Vitamin E (WBC)

Optimal range: 18.4 - 1031.1 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin K1 (Serum)

Optimal range: 0.1 - 8.1 ng/mL

Vitamin K1 (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.1 - 0.71 pg/MM WBC

Vitamin K2 (Serum)

Optimal range: 0.1 - 5.19 ng/mL

Vitamin K2 (WBC)

Optimal range: 0.1 - 0.89 pg/MM WBC