Health is the expression of a harmonious balance between various components of man’s nature, the environment and ways of life … nature is the physician of disease.
There are many minerals present in your body, the mineral check uses a sample of your hair, taken from the root, to establish the presence or lack of vital minerals in your body. As well as checking for vital minerals like Calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron, and manganese, it will also measure toxic heavy metals such as lead, aluminium, mercury.
Why Hair Analysis?
Your hair contains all the minerals present in your body, including nutritional minerals as well as toxic heavy metals. Hair mineral analysis is a laboratory test that measures this mineral content in the hair. In most cases, the test results reflect how much of these elements are in your tissues and provide a vivid picture of your internal environment. With this information, you can view your nutritional status and also learn about how efficiently your body is working.
How can hair analysis help me?
After 30 years of research, hair testing has emerged as the most practical method of testing for mineral balance in your body. This valuable tool will help us to decide what your particular deficiencies are and work out how the deficiency can be addressed.
The report will also look at ratios of the various minerals, many nutrients in our bodies work with each other, for example, sodium and potassium work together. Calcium and magnesium work together. Therefore, if you are getting enough of one, and not enough of another, then this causes an imbalance in your body, which is subsequently reflected in your hair.
What about heavy metals?
Your hair analysis will also look at the level of heavy metals in your hair, lead, mercury, aluminum are some of the metals tested for
What can be deduced from a hair mineral check?
From the data and the ratios, many things can be read, such as hormonal balance, adrenal balance, levels of toxins in your body, whether the diet is providing enough nutrition, and whether the food eaten is being absorbed. A mineral check gives me a lot of data on which to base my treatment recommendations on.
The cost of the test is £65.