A hair test for metals and minerals can help determine if you’ve been exposed to dangerous levels of toxins
Test for exposure to toxic levels of metals, minerals, and nutrients using human hair
Send us a small hair sample and our lab can test to see if you’ve been exposed to 39 different substances that can be dangerously toxic. These include metals like arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and uranium. It will also look for minerals like sodium, potassium, and calcium and nutrients such as copper, zinc, iodine, and potassium. Hair holds a history of our exposure to dangerous levels of pollutants from the water we drink and the food we eat. You may be exposed to dangerous levels of toxic substances from your work place or home environment. Get tested. It’s safe and easy. We’ll send you a collection kit and have results to you in about 14 business days.
Our hair is one of the places our body uses to excrete excess minerals and metals. Therefore, a hair test for metals and minerals can be an excellent indicator of exposure to dangerous elements. Lead, arsenic, uranium, thallium, copper, and mercury are just some of the toxic elements that can be detected with a hair test. We can be exposed to dangerous levels of metals in the water we drink, the food we eat, and the air we breathe. Our hair test for metals and minerals measures the levels of over 35 different substances in your hair.
If you’ve think exposure to dangerous levels of toxins is making you sick, a hair test for metals and minerals is a great place to start your medical evaluation. A hair test can indicate a direction for further testing and investigation.
We’ll send you a collection kit and a prepaid return mailer. A minimum of 1 gram is all we need to test.
Our hair test for metals and minerals covers:
Aluminum – Antimony – Arsenic
Bismuth – Beryllium – Boron – Barium
Calcium – Cadmium – Copper – Chromium – Cobalt
Iron – Iodine
Lead – Lithium
Mercury – Manganese – Molybdenum – Magnesium
Potassium – Platinum – Phosphorus
Sodium – Sulfur – Strontium – Selenium – Silver
Thallium -Thorium – Tin – Titanium
Zinc – Zirconium