Comprehensive Metals & Nutrients Profile
We are all exposed to different amounts of essential and
toxic elements depending on where we live, our diet and supplementation routine, and environmental pollution of the air we breathe. Essential elements are only conducive to optimal health when they are within optimal ranges – levels that are too low or too high can have detrimental effects on health – and exposure to toxic heavy metals has multiple adverse health effects. The comprehensive profile allows a complete assessment of the most important elements implicated in health-related effects, as it includes a measure of both short and long term exposure to all 4 of the most toxic environmental heavy metals, as well as highlighting nutritional element deficiencies earlier than a typical serum test.
Comprehensive Metals & Nutrients Profile includes:
Dried Urine: Iodine, Selenium, Bromine, Lithium, Arsenic, Cadmium, Mercury
Blood Spot: Mercury, Cadmium, Lead, Zinc, Copper, Selenium, Magnesium
Comprehensive Metals & Nutrients Profile assesses an individual’s levels of the essential nutrients iodine, selenium, zinc, copper, magnesium, lithium, and bromine, and their exposure to the toxic elements arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury.
Consider for: Smokers; patients with exposure to toxic heavy metals through hobbies, work, or dentistry; people who live or have lived in older homes or areas where metals (e.g., lead) may be present in drinking water; and patients whose health issues could be a result of nutritional deficiencies or imbalances in essential elements.
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