Detect toxics to remove them
Several organs are exposed to heavy metal poisoning. The lungs, kidneys, and brain are the most affected. These substances are found in multiple products and elements that we encounter daily. From the paintings on the walls of the houses to the fuel for cars, they’re all around us.
It is not possible to measure heavy metal concentrations in every organ of the body, but we can make a general measurement through hair and skin. These indirect results indicate that the organs may be compromised.
The substances usually measured are mercury, cadmium, plumb, arsenic, and aluminum. The scalp is accessible for a sample, and the hair follicle always incorporates elements in the creation of hair. For that reason, it is a simple, practical, and precise method to know the level of intoxication of the entire body.
The Toxicity Test
A Hair Sample is All you Need To Understand your Toxicity Levels
Heavy metal exposure can be anywhere in our day-to-day lives. From our house paint to the fuel we put in our cars to products we use on our bodies, these substances lurk in some of the most unsuspecting places with the potential to affect our lungs, kidneys, and brains.
How much have you accumulated throughout your everyday routine?
While it’s not possible to measure the heavy metal concentrations in every organ of the body, we can find a general measurement through a simple test of the hair and skin. With a simple pluck of hair, we can measure the presence of toxic metals mercury, cadmium, plumb, arsenic, and aluminum in the body and better understand the underlying causes of certain diseases.
Where can I get the toxicity test?
At Long Life Clinic, we have kits available today. With this practical and straightforward approach, we’ll have results that will allow us to work towards a better understanding of your health together.