By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
That is such an interesting statement isn’t it? When we look at hair we usually think on the surface- good hair day, bad hair day, curly hair, straight hair, lots of hair, thinning hair, no hair, etc. But if we go a little bit deeper, you will discover that there is a whole lot more to hair than just the appearance and texture. Your hair can actually give you insight into your health and the symptoms you may be experiencing! Our hair can tell us whether we have high levels of environmental toxicity and if we are mineral deficient. You can find all this out by simply analyzing 1 tablespoon of your hair!
Toxicity levels being too high or having mineral levels that are too low could cause side effects like, stress, headaches, hair loss, high blood pressure, confusion, memory, fatigue, depression and even ADHD symptoms, and the list goes on and on. Either way, both could lead to severe health conditions, which could possibly be prevented. For example if you have an iron deficiency you could end up with anemia and low blood pressure. However, if you have an iron excess you could end up with arthritis, diabetes and even cancer! There’s no need to suffer these symptoms or conditions like those and many more with today’s cutting edge technology in
hair analysis. You don’t even have to make a trip to a lab or doctor’s office for this test. All you have to do is order our test kit and it is mailed directly to you.
Our hair analysis test kit can help you get to the root of your symptoms! It’s a simple procedure. You order the test kit, we mail you the kit, then you clip 1 tablespoons of hair and mail it to our lab . We send you the results and a protocol within 2 weeks! That’s it!
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Medical disclaimer: Our hair 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.