Environmental pollutants are all around us – in the air we breathe, in the water we drink, in the food we eat and in materials we touch.
These pollutants can significantly increase our risk of developing conditions like dementia, infertility, diabetes and cancer. They are also known to cause damage to the liver, kidneys and brain, as well as the cardiovascular, nervous and endocrine systems.
In excess, and when persistent, they can affect the synthesis and actions of hormones essential for managing our general health.
Essential elements, overall, are only healthy when they are within optimal ranges. Levels too low or too high can have detrimental effects on health. Therefore, it’s important to know if essential or toxic elements are outside their optimal ranges.
This panel offers the top four most toxic heavy metals and reveals levels of the nutritional elements iodine, selenium, zinc, copper and magnesium.
Toxic and nutritional elements affect different systems of the body, so it makes sense that they can’t all be measured using the same method.
- Are exposed to heavy metals through work, hobbies or dentistry
- Live in older homes or areas where metals may be present in drinking water
- Have thyroid-related health issues
- Have health issues that could result from nutritional deficiencies or imbalances of essential elements
How to order the test
To order the test, please click on the button below and use the Patient Login with these details:
- User: oliverfrey
- Password: client
Dried Urine & Bloodspot
Tests from Blood sample:
Test from Urine sample:
Turn around Time
7-14 working days
Sample Report and further information:
Click HERE to download the sample report
Click HERE to find further information about the test.
Click HERE for a patient handout.
All completed test kits need to be sent to us to be received within a 24 hour time period of posting/shipping. For this reason domestic kits need to be sent via Royal Mail Next Day Special Delivery Before 1pm.
Test kits must be returned to Invivo Clinical within 4 months from date of sales order or invoice. Test kits returned 4 months or more after the date of invoice or sales order may at their discretion be accepted and accessioned at no charge, assuming collection materials and patient sample’s have not been compromised or are invalid. After this 4 month period has lapsed no refund or credit can be issued on any test kits that have not been returned to us and accessioned. Should the contents of the test kit become invalid after this 4 month period or have expired we may at our discretion charge the appropriate administration, packaging and postage fees in order to supply valid and up to date collection materials.