Test don't guess with Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA).
Have you tried everything to improve your health, but still feel there is a piece of the puzzle missing? Have you been frustrated by every test you do coming back in the “normal” parameters? Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) might be just what you are looking for. By sending in a small sample of your hair to a lab you will receive a detailed individualised report on just what needs attention with your own bio-chemistry.
A Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) is a non invasive test that provides comprehensive information about key nutrient mineral levels and ratios, metabolic status and toxicity. Taking a hair sample is quick and easy. You are able to obtain valuable health information often not revealed in standard blood and urine testing. The personalised interpretive test report assesses your current mineral status, highlights areas of concern and recommends dietary changes and supplements for improved health.
The HTMA lab report can be used to correct any imbalances of essential minerals and improve cellular function. When cells are working properly, health improves. The analysis give insight into 35 different minerals in your body plus information on your "significant ratios". The significant rations give you a deeper insight into the functioning of your bodies ability to access different minerals.
Hair Analysis provides a window into the unique profile of your body, showing you your stress and energy profile, while also identifying nutritional needs and toxic element burdens.
Hair is a body tissue made up of mostly dead, keratinized cells fused together. The shaft of the hair is the portion that projects from the skin surface. The root of the hair, below the skin surface, contains living matrix cells from which the hair grows. Matrix cells depend on the blood supply for nourishment and growth. As they grow and divide , minerals are keratinised into the growing hair shaft, creating a permanent record of metabolic activity and exposure to toxic elements.
Mineral concentrations in the hair can provide a reliable indication or mineral stores in the whole body. If your health, diet or environment has created a mineral imbalance or toxic mineral excess, it will be recorded in the hair shaft. Research shows that hair mineral levels reflect stored minerals in other body tissues.
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