Whoever wants to be healthy, has to deliver high performance, senses stress, or regularly takes part in sport requires optimal provision of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. The body cannot produce these vital nutrients itself. We have to supplement our diet daily with healthy nutrition. Is my diet? Do I sufficiently provide these important vital nutrients?
By means of a vital substance blood analysis (vitamin check) we can determine your individual dietary intake status and, on this basis, then advise you specifically and develop your individual nutritional plan. The vitamin analysis is particularly useful in connection with many diseases, susceptibility to infection, declining performance, during a weight reduction diet, or with persons engaging in sport.
Here, we utilise whole blood analysis in order to allow the exact determination of trace elements such as selenium and zinc and certain minerals found mostly intracellularly. Only a few laboratories specialising in this method are able to perform a whole blood analysis. The results of these micronutrient analyses frequently show a deficiency of vital vitamins and nutrients, even for apparently healthy nutrition.
The statutory health insurances do not cover the costs of this special diagnostic method. The patient must therefore pay for the vitamin check himself or herself. Depending on the scope of the examination, as a rule these costs lie between 300 and 500 Euros for the first measurement.
If you are interested in this check, please arrange an appointment and come to the practice with an empty stomach. Persons engaging in sports should refrain one day from training before the taking of the blood sample and discontinue taking dietary supplements three days before. After 2 – 3 weeks, Mister Schulz-Ruhtenberg will discuss the laboratory results with you and give you an individual nutritional plan with recommendations for optimising nutrition and, if necessary, for the substitution of vital substances.
You can only make an appointment as a new patient for Niels Schulz-Ruhtenberg’s nutritional medicine consultation online via this page: https://ruhtenberg.info/arzt-termin-online-buchen/
I ask that you please book a suitable date online. Due to the high demand, there is a certain waiting time. A soon as further appointment times become free, as is the case each week, these are offered in the online appointment calendar.