The Bloom Ferritin Test
The Bloom Ferritin Test is designed to quickly reflect your body’s iron stores from the comfort of your own home or at a certified local Bloom partner. The use of serum ferritin as a marker of total iron stores in the body is widely established in clinical practice. While low ferritin levels are indicative of iron deficiency, elevated ferritin levels can correspond to iron overload.
Designed to provide fast results
The Bloom Ferritin Report is available on your smartphone within a few minutes - including a personalized interpretation of the results and recommendations. Depending on your iron storage status, the recommendations can help optimize your diet, enrich your knowledge on iron rich food sources and provide information on iron supplementation.
Find out in 3 steps if a Ferritin test is beneficial for you.
Different needs require different tests. Our quick online questionnaire will help you to determine if a Ferritin test can help you.
Bloom Lab está diseñado para medir ópticamente las Bloom Test Strip y compartir los resultados con la Bloom App para su visualización y análisis adicional.
Requiere Bloom Test y la Bloom App.
Ferritin Starter Kit
Contiene 1 Bloom Lab y 10 Bloom Ferritin Tests.
Requiere la Bloom App.
Mide las reservas de hierro en personas que sospechan que tienen deficiencia o sobrecarga de hierro. Diseñado para autocomprobación y uso profesional de la salud.
Requiere Bloom Lab y la Bloom App.
More than just a test result
When coupled with the Bloom Lab, Bloom App and Bloom Analytics, the Bloom Ferritin Test is designed to quantify and, together with the Bloom Ferritin Report, interpret the test results based on your medical history in combination with healthcare guidelines and scientific research. What does this mean? This means that our dedicated medical team has researched scientific literature (guidelines, studies and literature reviews) to help you understand how to interpret the Bloom Ferritin Test result based on your particular symptoms, current and past illnesses, medicines, lifestyle as well as illnesses in your family.
Learn more about Ferritin
Ferritin is a protein that stores iron in your body. Iron is needed to produce healthy red blood cells, which are crucial to transport oxygen from your lungs to the rest of the body. It is not produced by the body itself, instead iron needs to be absorbed from either the foods you eat or supplements you take. Without enough iron, your red blood cells will be unable to supply enough oxygen potentially leading to anemia. Having too much iron, however, isn’t good either as this may cause tissue damage and ultimately organ failure. Low ferritin levels are a good indicator of iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia, and elevated ferritin levels can indicate iron overload in the body (e.g. hemochromatosis).