Sadly, most doctors have very minimal education in nutrition - only 19.6 hours according to a 2010 report in Academic Medicine -leaving them unaware of the proven connection between nutritional deficiencies and disease. Even more sad is that most doctors test in a way that perpetuates the problem.
In the body, the real magic happens in the cells, not in the blood. Nutrient levels in the blood are tightly regulated under a very different homeostatic mechanism than nutrients in tissue. A blood test will accurately indicate your levels at the time of the test only. For example, if you just ate a banana a blood test can indicate high potassium, even though you might have a deficiency of potassium in your cells (hint...most people do!). On the other hand, HTMA accurately indicates your cellular level of potassium, unaffected by that banana you just ate.
Think of a blood test is like a snap shot, catching a glimpse of your nutrients in time, and think of HTMA like a video of your nutrient retention over an extended period of time.
Trace Elements Lab, Inc. (TEI) has surpassed a million patient specimens. TEI specalizes in hair HTMA exclusively, analyzing over 50, 000 samples per year. Their full attention is focused on analyzing your results.
Progressive health providers are now well aware of the vast amount of research linking nutrition to a reduction in energy and an increase in disease. HTMA reveals a unique metabolic world: intracellular activity, which cannot be seen through most other tests. This provides a blueprint of the biochemistry occurring during the period of hair growth and development. This cheap, fast, and easy test indicates exactly which nutritional supplements you need and which ones you should avoid. HTMA is quickly becoming the standard for preventative and corrective care for world-class athletes, celebrities whose careers depend on their physical and mental well being, and top ranking government officials.
Even the E.P.A. relies on HTMA, reporting that human hair can be effectively used for biological monitoring of toxic metals. A 1980 report confirmed the findings of other studies in the U.S. and abroad, which concluded that human hair is a more appropriate tissue than blood or urine for studying exposure to trace elements.
HTMA provides necessary insight to the vast array of health conditions emanating from and perpetuated by nutrient imbalance and heavy metal toxicity. With the proper analysis, you will discover a blueprint to increase your energy and restore your health and happiness.
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