Toxic Heavy Metals
Exposure to harmful heavy metals is increasingly prevalent in today's world -- and the effects can be far reaching. From cognitive decline, mood issues like anxiety and depression, rapid aging and more can all be attributed to heavy metal exposure.
While copper, iodine, magnesium, selenium and zinc are all considered essential nutrients and are critical fuel for enzyme synthesis of our happy, feel-good neurotransmitters -- there is a catch. If levels of any of these “essential elements” become too high through environmental exposure, it can impact many systems of the body, from our cardiovascular system to our nervous and endocrine (hormone) systems and more.
Lifestyle factors like exposure to heavy metals through food, tap or well water, mercury in dental fillings and even the cosmetic products we use could put you at higher risk for unsafe levels of heavy metal exposure and any associated health risks.
DO YOU SUFFER FROM
- Brain Fog
- Mood Issues; Anxiety & Depression†
- Rapid Aging
- Hormone imbalances
- Sleep disturbances
- Ongoing Stress
- Puffy Eyes or Face
- Water Retention
- Weight Gain
- Thyroid Issues
For many, our Compete Minerals & Metals Test may have confirmed an exposure -- but this test takes an even deeper look. Using a comprehensive test that uses both blood spot and urine collection methods, this test will dig deeper into your heavy metal mysteries and provide the answers you need in order to rebalance the body.
YOUR TEST WILL SHOW
- Zinc : Copper ratio
- Ethylene Oxide; Acrylonitrile
Because heavy metals and essential elements affect different systems of the body, our comprehensive test utilizes two collection methods (blood and urine) for the most accurate results.
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