Hair Forensic Analysis
Testing of the urine to indicate the heavy metal exiting is not as important, as hair samples that utilize forensic analysis before and after the application are completed. Removal of the toxins from the body with EDTA is essential to good health. You can accomplish this in the privacy of your own home.
Home test kits for verifying heavy metal exiting in the urine and hair forensic analysis of what is in your body is essential.
Collecting the hair sample is as simple as cutting hair and only using the 1/2 to 3/4 inch from the root up. No hair can be used if you have died your hair. Pubic hair, underarm hair, or other body hair can be used in the place of, died head hair. A scale is provided with the hair sample kit because it requires a certain amount.
Hair elements specimen collection tests are utilized in the assessment, detection, prevention, and treatment of heavy metal burden, nutritional deficiencies, gastrointestinal function, hepatic detoxification, metabolic abnormalities, and diseases of environmental origin. Extensive research established that scalp hair element levels are related to human systemic levels. The strength of this relationship varies for specific elements, and many researchers consider hair as the tissue of choice for toxic and several nutrient elements. Unlike blood, hair element levels are not regulated by homeostatic mechanisms. Thus, deviations in hair element levels often appear prior to overt symptoms and can thereby be a valuable preliminary tool for predicting the development of physiological abnormalities.
With respect to its contained elements, hair is essentially an excretory tissue rather than a functional tissue. Hair element analysis provides important information, which, can assist the professional to support early suggestions of physiological disorders, associated with aberrations in essential and toxic element metabolism and provide the evidence necessary to begin EDTA suppository testing.
As protein is synthesized in the hair follicle, elements are incorporated permanently into the hair with no further exchange or equilibration with other tissues. Scalp hair is easy to sample, and because it grows an average of one to two cm per month, it contains a “temporal record” of element metabolism and exposure to toxic elements.
Nutrient elements including magnesium, chromium, zinc, copper, and selenium are obligatory co-factors for hundreds of important enzymes and also are essential for the normal functions of vitamins. The levels of these elements in hair are correlated with levels in organs and other tissues.
Toxic elements maybe 200-300 times more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the tissue of choice for the detection of recent exposure to elements such as arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony, and mercury. The CDC acknowledges the value of hair mercury levels as a maternal and infant marker for exposure to neurotoxic methyl-mercury from fish.
Through recent vast improvements in technology, instrumentation, and the application of scientific protocols, hair element analysis has become a valuable tool in providing dependable and useful data for professionals and their clients. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stated in a recent report that “…if hair samples are properly collected and cleaned, and analyzed by the best analytic methods, using standards and blanks as required, in a clean and reliable laboratory by experienced personnel, the data are reliable.” (U.S.E.P.A. 600/4-79-049)
Hair, however, is vulnerable to external elemental contamination by means of certain shampoos, bleaches, dyes, and curing or straightening treatments. Therefore, the first step in directing the client is to collect pubic hair if these chemicals are present in the scalp hair, so the interpretation of a hair element report is to rule out sources of external contamination.
Hair element analysis is a valuable screen for physiological excess, deficiency or mal-distribution of elements. It should not be considered a stand-alone diagnostic test for essential element function and should be used in conjunction with the client’s medical doctor’s directions for symptoms and or other laboratory tests prescribed by the doctor.
A single Hair forensic analysis without the six-month program of EDTA Chelation Therapy, the test by itself is $375.00
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