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Hair Tissues Mineral Analysis (Minerals and Metals) + 30 Min Consultation

Hair Tissues Mineral Analysis (Minerals and Metals) + 30 Min Consultation

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30 Minute Health Coaching Call Included

If you feel stressed, tired, anxious or overwhelmed it could be a sign your nervous system is strained. Minerals include electrolytes, which provide the energy you need to get through the day, as well as buffer the effects of stress. The Mineral & Metals Test takes a comprehensive look at adrenal function; the body's stress support system, as well as toxic metal exposure. If mineral reserves are low, electrolytes imbalanced or if you've been exposed to high levels of toxic metals you won't be able to deal with stress effectively and may experience a range of health challenges.

The Mineral & Metals Test will give you clear insight into possible adrenal dysfunction as well as help you discover early warning signs of heavy metal toxicity by analyzing a hair sample. Minerals are key for overall good health and are often overlooked. In fact, imbalances of essential minerals like iron, magnesium and potassium can not only cause fatigue but could possibly be an indicator of more serious health issues over time. Toxins can't be avoided, and we are exposed to heavy metals in our daily environment. From the food you eat, air or water pollution, certain medicines, food containers with a harmful coating, personal care products we use on our skin and in our homes can all contain harmful chemicals and increase our toxic load. Arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury are among four of the most common heavy metals that can cause health challenges. You will receive a video explanation of your lab results and armed with a plan to restore mineral imbalances and remove accumulated toxicities, you'll be on the path to better manage stress, improve your energy levels, enjoy more restful sleep and a balanced mood.


What’s Measured?

Minerals & Electrolytes

Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Chromium, Selenium, Phosphorus, Iron

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Toxic Heavy Metals

Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Arsenic, and Aluminum

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Important Mineral Ratios

Individual levels need to be optimal as well as in the correct ratio.

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Additional Minerals

Nickel, Cobalt, Molybdenum and Lithium

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Oxidation Rate

Metabolism Measure: Mixed, slow or fast Oxidizer using the Ca/K (thyroid) and Na/Mg (adrenal) ratio”

 

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