| Throughout the last century, advances in industrialization,
manufacturing, and technology
have resulted in ever-increasing amounts of toxic elements being released
into the environment. From air pollution, tooth fillings, skin creams,
and paint dyes, to batteries, seafood, vegetables, tap water, and
dietary supplements, toxic exposure now commonly occurs through a
multitude of diverse vectors. Most of these elements remain in the
environment long after the original exposure source is gone. Over
a lifetime, these toxic elements may accumulate inside the human body
in tissue such as fat and bone, being broken down and eliminated very
slowly. Eventually, this increasing toxic burden can trigger a variety
of physical and cognitive disorders, including depression, anxiety,
memory loss, and fatigue.
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at relatively low levels, toxic elements have the destructive capability
to damage nerves and tissue; strong clinical evidence points to
their potential role in early neurodevelopment disorders, such as
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, as well as in neurodegenerative
conditions of aging such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.
Heart disease, impaired kidney function, respiratory illness, weakened
immune function, gastrointestinal dysfunction, and increased cancer
risk have also been linked to chronic toxic element exposure.
You or Someone You Know Suffer From:
Manic depressive disorder
Asthma Rheumatoid arthritis
Amylotrophic lateral sclerosis
Borderline personality disorder
Multiple chemical sensitivities
Or, other life limiting problems your doctor can't do much about?
DO YOU KNOW ANYONE IN THE FOLLOWING JOBS?
20 Jobs That Are Exposed to Toxic Metals:
1.) Coal Miners
11.) Tow Truck Drivers
15.) Airport personnel
question is, who is NOT exposed to toxic metals? The statistics
Toxic Element Exposure Profile assesses levels of 20 potentially
damaging elements using a hair sample. A substantial body of scientific
literature supports hair analysis as an accurate, reliable gauge
of long-term toxic exposure. Because hair follicles are exposed
to the blood supply during growth, element concentrations in hair
reflect concentration in other body tissues. Should levels be elevated,
a variety of clinical and lifestyle interventions can be implemented
to reduce toxic burden; follow-up hair testing provides a good indication
of long-term treatment effectiveness (after 3-4 months).
Aluminum Cadmium Mercury Thallium
Antimony Copper Nickel Thorium
Arsenic Gallium Palladium Tin
Barium Germanium Platinum Tungsten
Bismuth Lead Tellurium Uranium
everyone is potentially exposed to toxic elements, this comprehensive
profile is particularly relevant for individuals employed in high
risk occupations, including welding, metal working, mining, battery
production, aerospace work, optical fiber and lighting manufacturing,
and various other high technology and metal manufacturing industries.
Because of their unique physiologies, children and other adults
(especially post-menopausal women) are also much more vulnerable
to the negative health effects of toxic element exposure.
lab tests can be done through the mail in the privacy of your own
home, except blood tests, we send you to a lab to have your blood
drawn for these. After you pay for the test we mail you the kit,
the results take two weeks, the test results will be mailed to us
and we will call you to go over the results, its that easy! All
tests include the consultation for the report of findings.
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