NutrEval – General Health MOT test

NutrEval – General Health MOT test

The NutrEval profile is the most comprehensive health MOT available.

The NutrEval  has the broadest evaluation available for checking your nutrient status, oxidative stress, mitochondrial function, omega fatty acid balance, toxic exposure, methylation factors and much more.

It is one step up from our Basic MOT – the Metabolomix test, previously known as the ONE test.

The NutrEval test can detect imbalances that may precede abnormal findings on standard laboratory panels. It therefore identifies the need for changes such as specific nutrients, diet modification, antioxidant protection, detoxification and possible other therapies.

Whether you are looking to check for deficiencies, addressing a chronic condition, are aiming for optimal health and wellness, or are a sports professional looking to improve your personal best, this test covers all of your needs.

This test you will help you gain an in-depth understanding of your diet and nutrient status, enabling you to better manage all your diet and supplementation needs.

Results are clearly shown with a table collating all of the findings as well as further information going into more detail. The results also show your nutrient needs.


At Smart Nutrition we pride ourselves in offering the best cost possible for the nutreval – general health MOT test.

The NutrEval test evaluates over 100 biomarkers. It assesses the body’s functional need for 40 antioxidants, essential fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and digestive support, as well as other nutrients and markers including toxic minerals and digestive markers.



Oxidative stress

Lipid peroxides
Citric acid
Cis-aconitic acid

Mitochondrial dysfunction

Methylmalonic acid
Glutaric acid
Lactic acid
Pyruvic acid
Citric acid
Cis-aconitic acid
Isocitric acid
α-Ketoglutaric acid
Succinic acid
Malic acid
Adipic acid
Suberic acid

Omega imbalance

Mega-3 index
Omega 6/3 ratio
α-Linolenic acid
Arachidonic acid
Linoleic acid
γ-Linolenic acid
Dihomo-γ-linolenic acid

Toxic exposure

α-Hydroxyisobutyric acid
α-Ketophenylacetic acid
Pyroglutamic acid
Orotic acid
Citric acid
Cis-aconitic acid
Isocitric acid
Glutaric acid

Methylation imbalance

Methylmalonic acid
Vanilmandelic acid


The following add on’s are available to add on at the bottom of this page.


A saliva sample is required for these tests.

Blood and urine are required for the NutrEval test; if you choose any add on tests, these require a saliva sample.

The blood sample needs centrifuging ( spinning at high speed) before it is returned to the lab.

Samples must be received at the laboratory within 24 hours of the blood draw. Do not book a blood draw on a Friday-Sunday.


Abnormal kidney function or use of diuretics may influence test results.

Discontinue non-essential medications 4 days before test. Antibiotics, antifungals, amphetamines, acid blockers, fibrate and corticosteroids may impact results.

Please consult your GP before stopping any medication.

4 days before the test, please avoid artificial sweeteners and MSG. If medically appropriate, non-essential medications, supplements and nutrient fortified foods/beverages should be discontinued. Please consult your practitioner before stopping any supplements.

24 hours before taking the test, please eat your usual diet. Avoid over-consuming any single food or extreme diets. Seafood must be avoided. Fluid intake should be limited to 1.5 litres of fluid over the preceding 24 hour period to collecting the samples.

An overnight fast is required prior to having the blood test.


2 years and above.


Please return via a next day service Monday – Thursday only. A courier option is sent with your test kit. You pay the laboratory directly for this test and also the return courier if you use the service. You can also make your own arrangements for returning your samples via a next day service.



21 working days.

Your test results will be emailed to you.

NutrEval – General Health MOT test

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Please do not return samples to the laboratories that may arrive after Wednesday 27th March and up to and including Monday 2nd April.

The laboratories are closed from the 28th March – 2nd April for the Easter Holiday.