Why do I need to do a test?

In order to determine your needs, we have to know more about you than just your name and email. Therefore, our test takes you through 4 topics of importance - general, food, health and habits. Please try to be as precise as possible and base your answers on an average week.

If your lifestyle changes you can always update your test and we will re-assess your answers to see if you need an updated product. Easy!

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1. General demographics

Your demographic data is relevant since the need for supplements differ between an eg. 20 year old man in Northern Europe and a 35 year old pregnant woman in South America.

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What is your sex?

What is your skin tone?

Skin tone can affect how you absorb and metabolize certain vitamins.

Where do you currently live?

What is your birthday?

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2. Food

The food you eat is an important driver for what supplements you need. If you are not eating a lot of fatty fish you probably need an Omega 3 supplement. If you eat a lot of vegetables and fruits you might not need Vitamin A and K1. We could keep on going, but we are sure you get the point.

Do you follow any of these diets?

Choose all that apply.

How many servings do you eat in an average day?

Vegetables / fruits
1 serving = 1 piece / 100g carrots, apples, broccoli etc.
Whole Grain
1 serving = 1 slice of whole grain bread, 1 dl oats, 1 dl brown rice etc.
Dairy Products
1 serving = 1 slice of cheese, 1 glass / portion (200 ml) of milk, yogurt, skyr etc.

Our pregnant products do not have calcium added to them. If you would like to buy your NJORD supplement anyway it's important that you get enough calcium from your food. You can read more about how to get enough calcium here.

How many servings do you eat in an average week?

Red meat
1 serving = 150 g beef, pork, lamb etc.
White meat
1 serving = 150 g chicken, turkey, etc.
Fatty fish
1 serving = 100 g salmon, mackerel, herring etc.
Eggs
1 serving = 1 egg (boiled, fried, scrambled etc.)

3. Health

Your general health and exercise routines have an impact when it comes to determining your need for supplements. If you have a known disease or are taking medicine, we strongly recommend you to consult your general practitioner before taking supplements.

Do you exercise?

Please answer while keeping your average week in mind.

What is your means of transportation to/from work or school?

Pick all that apply

How would you describe your occupation?

Do you experience any of the following on a weekly basis?

Choose all that apply.

Do you hav any known deficiencies?

We strongly recommend you to talk to your General Practitioner before starting to take supplements.

4. Habits

Your habits are important when defining your need for supplements. Drinking alcohol, smoking, junk food, etc. impacts the vitamins and minerals you need.

How many hours of sleep do you get per night?

Please answer while keeping your average night in mind.

What are your smoking habits?

Smoking does not include e-cigarettes.

How many units of alcohol do you consume per week?

One unit equals 330 ml of beer (standard can) / 75 ml of wine (normal glass) / 25 ml of whiskey, vodka, etc. (size of a shot)

How many units of caffeine do you consume on average per day?

Caffeinated drinks include coffe, tea, energy drinks, etc. One unit of caffeine equals one cup of coffee, one energy drink or two cups of tea.

How many times do you eat junk food per month?

By junk food we mean fast food - burgers, hot dogs, pizzas, etc.

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