Vitamin E Test

Importance of the Test

Why do you need a Vitamin E Test? The test will help you navigate your Vitamin E levels in the bloodstream. The Scientific name for Vitamin E is alpha-tocopherol or tocopherol. Vitamin E is essential to carry out many body processes; it prevents blood clots, helps the body muscles and nerves work well, also gives the immune system a boost. In addition, vitamin E can be classified as an antioxidant used to protect the cells from damage. The maximum amount of humans get Vitamin E through their regular diet. Vitamin E can naturally be found in different type’s food ingredients, including leafy and green vegetables, other vegetable oils, nuts, and seeds. However, having too much or too little Vitamin E in the diet can lead to serious health problems. We recommend you to get a Vitamin E test if you have symptoms of Vitamin E deficiency or excess of Vitamin E. The symptoms of a Vitamin E deficiency include slow reflexes, Muscle weakness, Vision problems, unsteady, and difficulty walking.

Basic Knowledge

A time to time testing will help you doge illnesses. With regular testing, you can stay healthy and active, with Self-Test Diagnostics helping you lead the way. We have been in the at-home testing business for years now. We have a tie-ups with the best laboratories in India including iGenetic Diagnostics and One Billion Diagnostics. Our Phlebotomist has a minimum experience of 5 years and has taken both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. With our accuracy rate of 90%, we are certified by IGNOU. Our services are available for 365 days, and you can customize the packages according to your requirement.

Report Time

24 Hours

Fasting Time

12 Hours

Test for



5-99 years

Frequently Asked Questions


How do you test for vitamin E?

How do I know if I have vitamin E deficiency?

Look for the below signs and symptoms to know if your body is deficient in vitamin E.

  • Muscle pain or weakness
  • Loss of body movement control and difficulty coordinating
  • A general feeling of unwellness
  • Visual challenges
  • Deteriorating immunity
  • Numbness and tingling

What causes low vitamin E?