Vitamin D*action Test Kit and Membership

The Vitamin D*action Project from GrassrootsHealth is the largest international project that exists to solve the vitamin D deficiency epidemic through the active involvement of its members. Simply take the test, mail it in, and receive results via email within 7-10 days. Test vitamin D levels and track results over time with Vitamin D* action membership. Testing allows everyone to take charge of their health.



Vitamin D*action Test Kit

Vitamin D Test Kit
  • 2 lancets
  • 1 blood spot card
  • 1 envelope for returning the card
  • 1 gauze pad, 1 band aid, and 1 alcohol swab
  • Vitamin D literature
  • Instructions for taking the test and registering for the project

When you order your kit, you will also be participating in the world’s largest vitamin D project to solve the deficiency, D*action. You may choose to enroll for a 1-time test with your health information, or you may even participate in the 5-year project, where you provide your health information along with a vitamin D test every 6 months for the 5-year period. Your participation over the next five years will build a body of science that will allows for tracking health care outcomes associated with vitamin D levels.

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Articles

Transcriptome differences in prostate cancer highlight racial disparities, vitamin D

Inflammation may contribute to racial disparities in disease progression and vitamin D3 supplementation can modulate pro-inflammatory transcripts.

Vitamin D and menstrual cramps

Vitamin D supplementation may be a useful and inexpensive strategy to reduce menstrual cramps, according to a new study.

Vitamin D levels predict risk of brain decline in Chinese elderly

Low vitamin D levels has been associated with increased subsequent risk of cognitive decline and impairment in the Chinese elderly, a new study from Duke-NUS Medical School shows.

More Active Lifestyle? More Vitamin D

Researchers have determined that people engaging in higher impact activity with vitamin D levels of at least 40 ng/mL are better protected from stress fractures.

Low levels of vitamin D, methylation in black teens may increase cancer risk

Low levels of vitamin D in black teens correlates with low activity of a major mechanism for controlling gene expression that may increase their risk of cancer and other disease, researchers report.

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Scientific Advisory Council

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    Dr. Joseph Mercola, DO, Chair

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    Dr. Dana Cohen, MD

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    Dr. David Foreman, R.Ph

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    Dr. Dennis Goodman, MD, FACC, FACP, FCCP

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    Dr. Christine Horner MD, FACS

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    Dr. James LaValle, R.Ph., C.C.N.

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    Dr. Michael Murray, ND

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    Dr. Ken Redcross, MD