Toxic Element Profiles
Ongoing exposure to environmental toxins has been associated with chronic health conditions such as neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases, as well as diabetes and cancer.
Lifelong accumulation of chemicals can be defined as toxic body burden and can be the result of exposure to toxic elements through the air, water, food, air and environment. Scientific research suggests that this exposure can start very early in life through in-utero toxic exposure and several studies have reported the toxic compounds in the cord blood new-borns.
The following tests provide a comprehensive and cost-effective tool to identify the areas of the toxic burden that could be related to chronic, intractable symptoms.