Find Out Your Levels of:
Toxic Metals, Minerals & Trace Elements
with Hair Analysis

Hair analysis is arguably the best way to measure for calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, iron, copper, zinc, chromium, manganese, selenium, nickel, cobalt, lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic and aluminum.

Order your hair test today: it’s quick, easy & uninvasive

It couldn’t be easier to get your hair tested. What’s more, it’s uninvasive and easy to do.

Call me on 01379 308707  and I will arrange for the test kit to be mailed to your home in the UK, which should arrive within 24-48 hours. From there you can simply follow the instructions and send off your hair sample.

Once the results are in, I will go over these with you in detail in a consultation, either at my London clinic in Harley Street, Suffolk clinic or online. In addition, we will discuss how this relates to symptoms and health problems you might be experiencing, as well as steps to correct any issues identified.

Unlock healing

Open the door to healing by identifying toxicity and imbalances that can lie at the root of health problems.

Heavy metals in the body and imbalances can cause dramatic affects across your health. Surprisingly, it can also build up below the surface without being obvious, which is why testing is so useful.

Toxicity can contribute to an array of different health conditions, from gastrointestinal and kidney problems, brain health issues, such as autism and dementia, to nevous system and immune problems.

A simple hair test can reveal imbalances, paving the way for detoxing and healing.

Specifically, the test measures:

Calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, iron, copper, zinc, chromium, manganese, selenium, nickel, cobalt, lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, aluminum. Furthermore, this is important as toxic levels of heavy metals can underlie and exacerbate certain health conditions.

Some toxic elements may be 200-300x more highly concentrated in hair than in blood or urine. Therefore, hair is the tissue of choice for detection of recent exposure to elements such as arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, lead, antimony and mercury.

An experienced eye is needed to interpret the results of the hair mineral analysis test

For example, a normal zinc reading alongside very slow hair growth can in fact be an indicator of low zinc levels, with the slow growth causing a concentrated result.

The readings give insight to how the body is operating, your nutritional status and the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, as well as toxicity problems.

Where indicated, hair tests can be a vital source of information, which together with other indicators will point towards the correct treatment.

With heavy metal toxicity, great care needs to be taken in the process of detoxifying and rebalancing, and this should always be done with support and guidance to avoid uncomfortable symptoms.

Idicators of toxicity

Raised levels indicate a likely toxicity problem.

Low levels may also suggest toxicity issues. For example, if a person has poor detoxification then heavy metals may not be dumped in the hair as they usually are, instead going to other parts of the body. For example, it’s not uncommon for autistic children to have lower levels of mercury in their hair in comparison to the controls. The reason for this turned out to be that mercury was being released into the brain rather than the usual detox pathways and hair.

Some surprising health problems can be linked with heavy metals and mineral imbalance

Toxicity can contribute to an array of different health conditions, from gastrointestinal and kidney problems, brain health issues, such as autism and dementia, to nevous system and immune problems.

CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

The CDC acknowledges the value of hair mercury levels as a maternal and infant marker for exposure to neurotoxic methylmercury from fish. Through recent vast improvements in technology, instrumentation and application of scientific protocols, hair element analysis has become a valuable tool for providing dependable and useful data for physicians and their patients.

The US Environmental Protection Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency stated in a recent report that …if hair samples are properly collected and cleaned, and analyzed by the best analytic methods, using standards and blanks as required, in a clean and reliable laboratory by experienced personnel, the data are reliable. (U.S.E.P.A. 600/4-79-049)