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Brunel Health Core Ten Test




A new test that I am recommending to my clients is The Brunel Health Core Ten. This is a finger prick

blood test that looks at ten vitamin and mineral levels, as well as other health markers. The test is a

useful tool for anyone that I suffering with energy level problems, or that want to optimise their

performance and body composition.

Whilst working hard to achieve a physical goal, it’s important to identify if your body has any

deficiencies or out of range levels that need to be addressed to ensure that you can perform

optimally and achieve the best possible results.

The Brunel Health Core Ten test looks at:

Vitamin D

Low levels of Vitamin D have been linked low energy levels, poor skin condition and it is also crucial

for skeletal health, overall wellbeing and even mental health. With studies showing that more than

half of the UK population could have inadequate levels of Vitamin D, it can be highly beneficial to

know your level.

Vitamin B12 and Folate (Vitamin B9)

Low levels of these B vitamins can affect our bodies ability to produce healthy red blood cells, new

hair, nail and skin cells. They are also important for optimum energy levels. Often people can be

deficient in B Vitamins due to their diet, or their body’s inability to process B12 from their digestive

system. Some estimates show that up to 40% of the population have a low level of Vitamin B12. The

good news is once we establish your exact level, we can address it quickly through dietary changes

or a supplement protocol.

The test also includes:

Ferritin (live Iron status) – This is essential for energy release and vital cell functioning and is often

tested by professional sporting bodies. This compound represents the level of Iron within the body

and a low level is often the cause of sporting underperformance

Albumin (Protein) – which is important for energy & wellbeing

FT4 & TSH (Thyroid) – crucial measures for your metabolism, weight management and energy levels

Magnesium – which can influence strength and clarity

Calcium – which contributes to bone health, memory and other vital functions

Sodium – an essential electrolyte, particularly useful for efficient muscle action

The test is easy to conduct through a finger prick blood sample, which I can do for you in clinic or

you can complete in the comfort of your own home. The test is only £149 and your results will

include medical commentary from a Brunel Health GP, to help identify which levels could be

improved and which metrics may be affecting your health and wellbeing.