A More Convenient Way to Manage My HealthMay 8, 2019
This is a sponsored post written by me for Let’sGetChecked. All opinions are mine alone.
For years now, I have had low Vitamin D levels and I’ve always had to make regular appointments at the doctor’s office to get new readings. However, I recently discovered Let’sGetChecked and it’s helping me manage my health so much more conveniently. Let’sGetChecked offers convenient & accurate health testing for men & women and results are provided online within2-5 days!
Let’s face it… going to the doctor’s office is a bit of a pain. Between waiting to make an appointment and then dealing with traffic & long lines, it’s a real hassle. With Let’sGetChecked, keeping track of my Vitamin D levels can be done from home on my own schedule.
To manage my low Vitamin D levels, I have been taking Vitamin D supplements for several months. I have also been sitting out in the sun for 15-30 minutes per day. Did you know that the body produces Vitamin D when exposed to sunlight? So I’ve been making sure to get outside at least 15-20 minutes every single day and soak in some sun.
I was so curious if these lifestyle changes have had an impact on my Vitamin D levels so I couldn’t wait to order the Essential Vitamin Test from Let’sGetChecked. The whole process was super simple:
- You start by ordering exactly what you need. Whether you need an individual test or a longer-term subscription, Let’sGetChecked has a wide variety of health tests. I love that the tests are delivered via next day delivery so you don’t have to wait long to get started.
- Collect your sample and return it on the same day, using the prepaid shipping label.
One thing I really appreciate about the Let’sGetChecked system is that they manufacture all their test kits at their accredited facility. Plus, there’s a team of physicians that review the results, along with a team of nurses to assist with treatment options. Confidential results are available within 2-5 days via your online account.
With Let’sGetChecked, I can track my lab & health information in one spot. I can also speak with the physician team at any time of the day or night. I recently found out I can even link my FitBit stats to my online dashboard for even more insight into my health profile.
The Let’sGetChecked system has performed over 125,000 tests and detected over 3,700 infections. There are tests available in a wide number of categories: Men’s Health (male hormones), General Wellness (colon cancer, cholesterol, cortisol, CRP, etc.), Women’s Health (female fertility, female hormones, etc.) and Sexual Health Tests. I was so thrilled to discover that my Vitamin D levels were within the normal range. So were the other vitamins tested… Hooray!!
The website really offers a wealth of information.
I will continue taking my Vitamin D supplements and getting some sunlight. When I need another follow-up test, I will order another test from Let’sGetChecked. Health testing on my own terms? Yes, that’s a WIN in my book! If you want to try out Let’sGetChecked, use the following promo code to save big: ENGMOMMY
Learn more about Let’sGetChecked here. If you want to learn more about the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency check out their blog article here. Would you be interested in trying out one of these tests? Do you have a blood test result that tends to be out of range?
If you have any health concerns, see a licensed physician.
So many people aren’t keen on visiting healthy facilities for minor tests like this. This product is a major win for reaching people whenever and wherever!
I’ll have to keep this in mind. I don’t like going into the doctor office either. I imagine it’s full of germs, plus it can take forever! I’d rather do this from home.
I friggin’ LOVE THESE tests! They’re so dang cool and I love when they tell you you are an overachiever, ha! Makes you feel like you’re doing something right! I got my breast milk tested recently and it was so insanely fascinating!
Thank you for sharing this information. I have to look into adding this supplement to my routine.
I’ve been taking Vitamin D tablets too although I don’t actually know if my levels are low. I think I probably don’t get enough sun exposure. Let’sgetchecked sounds great as it’s easier to use a kit and check from home than to spend half an hr trying to book with a doctor who won’t see me for weeks.
Oh wow, I have been deficient in some vitamins without knowing. I will get one of these kits to test myself from now on.
I have struggled with low vitamin D in the past. This seems like a really convenient way to keep an eye on your vitamin levels.
This is amazing! I never go out the house unless it’s needed so I think I will be needing Vitamin D supplement.
That is so neat! I would like to give that a try since I have no clue how my Vitamin D level is doing.
I’m glad you shared this. I think this is really neat. I think I’m going to give this a try myself. I’m interesting to see how it all goes.
You look great! I’ve been thinking to try this kit! I think I have Vitamin D deficiency.
That’s neat that this is available to consumers. It is definitely something I would be interested in doing. To be honest I don’t get to the doctor often enough, and while this isn’t an alternative, it is a good way to have insights on your health.
This sounds like a convenient option for checking vitamin levels. It sounds like you can track multiple things in one place along with your FitBit stats!
I’ll have to keep this in mind! This would be so great and very helpful. Im glad to know about this.
Wow, this looks great. Who knew that there was even a kit for this? I’ll have to look into this more for sure.
Great to know about this, I think I need to take a look on this to increase my vitamin D level. Thanks for sharing!
I love this!! I need to get my Vitamin D checked, it’s always low. Oops! I need to look into this!
I need to check it out this test so that I know whether I have vitamin D deficiency. Because I am always in need to Vitamin D.
I had a friend that was vitamin D deficient. She feels a lot better now after taking supplements. I will have to check out Let’sGetChecked. My doctor is retiring in August so this may be very helpful.