Chronic low-level exposure to toxic metals can result in significant retention in the body that can be associated with a vast array of adverse health effects and chronic disease. Additionally, the comparison of urine element concentrations before and after administration of a chelator can be used to estimate net retention of potentially toxic elements.
This test is useful for assessing toxic element exposure, alopecia, bone density, cardiovascular disease, depression, dermatitis or poor wound healing, detox therapy and fatigue. It may also be applied to gastrointestinal symptoms, immune function, impaired glucose tolerance, inflammation, kidney function, nutritional deficiencies and Parkinson’s like symptoms.
Patients with elevated antibodies can suffer from underlying toxic exposure. Prof. Pizzorno
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Test performed by:
Doctor’s Data via Regenerus Labs.
If this test shows abnormal results, we recommend getting in touch with our Nutritional Therapist. Dr Frey does not offer a specific treatment plan.