Toxic Metals Test
This test for the most harmful heavy metals including: Mercury, Aluminum, Cadmium, Lead and Arsenic.
Sources of Toxic Heavy Metals
Toxic heavy metals are a significant health concern because they tend to bio-accumulate, meaning their concentration can build up in the body over time. Unfortunately, exposure to environmental toxins is hard to avoid, since they are found in water, air, food, soil, household products and other common sources.
Some of the symptoms of heavy metal toxicity include:
Mercury-brain, mind, memory, tremors, lack of concentration, mood, anxiety, irritability, anger, fear, rage, depression, insomnia, kidney, immune, cancer, digestion- Leaky gut, toxify the liver, autoimmune disease, thyroid disease, heart disease, high triglycerides, high cholesterol, high blood pressure. High in fish, amalgams,
Aluminum- brain, memory, emotional swings, depression, dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, tremors, anemia, bone pain, osteoporosis, fractures, heart, liver, muscle. Half-life is 7 years without detoxification.
Cadmium- 10 times more toxic than lead, kidneys- blood pressure, any respiratory symptom: lung – lung cancer, smokers, bone pain, gout, fractures, osteoporosis, anemia, bone cancer, mimics estrogen so hormonal cancer risk including breast, uterine and prostate. High in animal products.
Lead- brain, mind, irritability, aggressive behavior, memory, learning, ADD, hearing, behavior, anemia, growth, thyroid, growth, pregnancy, headaches, kidneys, insomnia, constipation, hearing loss
Arsenic- strong poison, primary route in the body is through diet-meat, fish and poultry are 80% of dietary arsenic, because it is a poison it works on all organs and systems, produces diabetes.