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Find out what your vitamin D, magnesium, and Omega-3 Index levels are by participating today!
How the Magnesium *PLUS Focus Project Works
In the privacy of your home you can now check your vitamin D, magnesium, and Omega-3 Index levels together with an easy-to-use test kit. The lab fee for participation is $165 plus shipping each 6 months or with each testing sequence (for magnesium, Omega-3 Index, and vitamin D tests only; price may change if you choose to include additional tests). Suggested optional tests for this project include the Elements Panel (Magnesium along with Selenium, Zinc, Copper, Zinc:Coper Ratio, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury) for an additional $69. When your kit arrives, provide two blood samples, mail them to GrassrootsHealth, and 7-10 days after receipt back at the office with a completed online questionnaire, your levels will be available to you online.
Have you already participated in D*action? While you will need to create a new account by registering in this new system, your previous vitamin D*action data will be combined with the new data gathered as part of the Magnesium *PLUS Focus project when you enter your original ID during registration. You will be given a new participant ID to use on your blood spot cards, and, your payment process, questionnaire, and results will all be available through this new account.
Be a force for change in your health and the health care system…
Join the new GrassrootsHealth nutrient field trial: the Magnesium *PLUS Focus Project
IDENTIFY: You can’t know if your vitamin D, magnesium, or Omega-3 Index level is optimal just because you eat the right foods or take supplements – they each must be measured.
CORRECT: Once you know your levels they can be optimized with simple dietary and lifestyle changes.
MAINTAIN: Testing your levels every 4-6 months ensures that levels stay optimal.
Together, we can advance the standard of care to help ensure more people maintain healthy levels of these important nutrients.