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This Zinc Blood Test measures the amount of zinc in the body by way of an accurate blood test.
This Zinc Blood Test measures the amount of zinc in the body by way of an accurate blood test. Zinc is essential to a number of bodily functions including boosting the immune system, assisting in wound healing, and maintaining metabolism. Low zinc levels can lead to a number of health issues as well as potential delays in growth. In addition, excessive zinc levels can cause minor health issues if not treated. Shellfish, beef, pork, and poultry are rich in zinc and recommended for those with zinc deficiencies. Receive quick and reliable results to help you build a better diet with the use of our Zinc Blood Test.
Need to find out whether you may have low zinc levels? Priority Lab Testing makes it easy! Just add the Zinc Blood Test to your cart and check out. Then, set aside time to visit one of our more than 4,000 testing facilities across the nation. The good news is, you won’t have to worry about making an appointment. You can just head on in at a time that works for you.
When you arrive, one of our qualified technicians will draw the blood needed for the test, and you can be on your way. It’s a no-muss, no-fuss approach to blood testing that can get you the results you need within 24-72 hours.
Zinc can have a heavy impact on many things in your body, from your immune health to your overall wellness. If you have low zinc levels, you may notice:
If you have any signs of zinc deficiency, having a Zinc Blood Test can help you identify those changing levels and, in many cases, improve your overall health.
When you receive the results of your Zinc Blood Test from Priority Lab Testing via our online portal, you will notice three clear columns. The “range” column will lay out the normal range of zinc levels in the body, giving you a better idea of what to look for as you interpret your test. Next, the “results” column will tell you the exact results of your test, so you can determine the levels of zinc in your blood. Finally, the “flag” column will let you know whether your levels are high, low, or within normal range. If you have further questions about the results of your zinc blood test, our care counselors can help give you a better idea of what your results might indicate.
Sometimes, you might suspect that you have low zinc levels due to a specific group of symptoms, including low overall immunity and delayed wound healing. In other cases, however, you might feel generally irritable or have noticed hair and nail changes, but not be entirely sure what might be causing your decreased health. A full Mineral Panel may help provide you with vital insight into where your levels might be low and what changes you might need to make to your diet in order to improve your overall health. While a Zinc Blood Test is designed just to look at the levels of Zinc in your blood, a Mineral Panel can provide you with deeper insight into all your mineral levels and any needed changes or deficiencies.
Most patients will be able to access their results via our secure online portal within 24-72 hours.
Our care counselors can help you read and interpret the results of your Zinc Blood Test, but cannot provide you with comprehensive medical advice. We can connect you with a physician if you require additional medical care or support.
Our blood tests are highly accurate and provide you with trustworthy results that you can use to make decisions about your future healthcare needs.