1.Which vitamins and minerals does the VitaScan provide readings for?

The VitaScan team has developed tests for vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin D, iron (ferritin), and cardiovascular health (C-reactive protein). The first product for purchase will be an iron deficiency test.

2.How long does it take to receive my results?

Once you perform a VitaScan test, you’ll see your test results on the spot in just 10 minutes— no visit to the hospital and no shipping samples to a lab.

3.Do you recommend specific supplements to address deficiencies?
 

VitaScan’s team and scientific advisors have deep expertise in nutritional science. After being tested, you will receive a report of your vitamin status with established nutritional guidelines, recommendations on dietary changes and supplements, and links to additional information.

4.Is the technology scientifically validated?
 

The technology behind VitaScan is based on more than 5 years of fundamental research at Cornell University and has lead to 16 peer-reviewed articles and 6 filed patents.