By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
Have you ever heard the expression, “Having a Good Hair Day”? I love having a “good hair” day! The funny thing is that that expression has some profound truth behind it. What I mean is that your hair can tell you more about YOU than you think…and that is where Hair Analysis Testing comes in.
Here are some deep insight about hair that you probably didn’t know:
*Your hair offers an incredible insight into your overall health! Your hair can show whether you are experiencing a mineral deficiency or high levels of toxicity in up to twenty different heavy metals in your environment.
*A hair analysis can also help assist with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) symptoms! The reason being is that the hair analysis will pinpoint which minerals you are in need of being balanced to help support ‘brain and behavior.” Once the mineral imbalance is recognized, a protocol can be implemented to provide your biochemistry with the proper nutrients that it needs, rather than just being prescribed medications that only deal with the symptoms.
* Toxicity levels being too high or mineral levels being too low, both can lead to side effects such as stress, headaches, hair loss, high blood pressure, confusion, memory issues, fatigue, depression and much more! A hair analysis can help identify why you are having any of these or other symptoms and health challenges!
Is hair analysis worthwhile? YES! A hair analysis is like getting two tests in one; Heavy metal testing and mineral testing! It is a win-win situation, and you can perform a hair analysis effortlessly in the privacy of your home. Just clip about a tablespoon of hair close to the scalp and mail it off!
A hair analysis is definitely worthwhile!
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Medical disclaimer: Our Hair Analysis test kits and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.