By Alane Stieglitz, ND, CNC
Metal Toxicity and a Hair Analysis is mind-boggling to me! It’s just amazing what can be found in one tablespoon of hair! Because hair grows an average of one to two centimeters per month, it contains a “temporal record” of metal toxicity and other toxic elements. Toxic metals can be found in a Hair Analysis 200 to 300 times more highly concentrated than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the tissue of choice for detecting the most recent exposure to metal toxicity like arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony, nickel, and mercury, to name a few.
This toxic metals burden issue can have adverse effects on our body; for example, brain fog is widespread, fatigue, depression, high blood pressure, vision problems, hair loss, malabsorption of vitamins, and minerals, kidney function, and even Parkinson’s-like symptoms. These are toxic metal symptoms and they need to be addressed before permanent damage is caused. If your body is not detoxing properly, metals can be built up and found in your hair! Having access to such fantastic information right from the hair on your head addresses current issues you may be dealing with and be proactive about your health.
We offer a few Hair Analysis testing options. One particular test may be more applicable to your concerns than another. Just FYI, our favorite is called the “complete hair analysis” because the test results come with so much helpful information.
The complete, extended, and toxic elements hair analysis test for metal toxicity results are only 3 weeks out. They come with a personalized protocol to guide you to improved health and wellness.
Some elements of metal toxicity that can be found in hair analysis testing:
and much more!
Thought: If items are found in your hair, consider that toxic metals are in the tissues of your body too. There are easy and effective ways to support optimal detox! We can help!
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Medical disclaimer: Our 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.