It is estimated that over 37,000 annual deaths could be prevented each and every year if the Canadian average vitamin D level was 105 nmo/L.
Currently 7 out of 10 Canadians do not meet the suggested minimum vitamin D level for optimal health.
As a nation it’s harder for us to get enough sunlight four to five months out of the year to make the body’s required levels of vitamin D — making supplements a necessary element to maintaining a healthy life.
Firstline Nutrition measures the amount of Vitamin D in your system with a convenient dried blood spot. This can easily be done at home — saving you a trip to the laboratory,
We use the general health information you supply to provide insight specific to your health concerns. Laboratories don’t give you much insight — only reporting a number.
Firstline provides a full colour report to your family doctor 7 to 10 days after receiving your D-Spot.