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Metals Urine and Stool Analysis COMBO

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Purchase both of these tests together and save $165.00! 

*This does not include lab fees. Please see lab costs below. 

About

The Metals Urine Test is offered by Trace Mineral Laboratories. This analysis produces an accurate portrayal of toxic metals in the body and tests a total of 35 minerals and metals:

Calcium, Magnesium, Chromium, Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Germanium, Lithium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Selenium, Strontium, Vanadium, Zinc plus Aluminium, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Bismuth, Cadmium, Cesium, Gallium, Lead, Mercury, Nickel, Palladium, Platinum, Silver, Thallium, Tin, Titanium, Tungsten, Uranium, Zirconium plus creatinine.

This is a great test to do if you don't have metals coming out of the hair due to difficulty detoxing due to serious fatigue, mehtylation or genetic issues. This test also serves to corroborate the results of a hair mineral analysis and observe metals that are not coming out on a hair test. 

Fecal metal analysis reflects the dietary metal intake. Minerals, trace elements and potentially toxic metals may be found in food, drink, medication and nutritional supplements. Whatever metals are not absorbed are excreted via various pathways, including the hepato-intestinal system, and for certain elements such as antimony and uranium, biliary excretion into feces is the primary route of natural excretion from the body.

Certain foods such as fish from polluted water may be high in arsenic or mercury, and consumption naturally increases the fecal metal content. Studies performed at Trace Minerals International indicate that most algae products contain various amounts of potentially toxic metals and through fecal testing we evaluate metal excretion.

Due to exposure of mercury in the oral cavity, people with amalgam fillings typically show higher mercury concentration in feces than individuals without amalgams.

Fees

Lab fees = $286.00

The total cost for this test is $736.00 

Your payment of $450.00 covers the cost of a one and a half hour private health coaching session with Wendy Myers and needed supplies. She will interpret the test results and make recommendations on how to move forward with this new information regarding supplements and lifestyle changes. 

However, the lab requires an additional $171.00 for the urine test and $115.00 for the stool test, in order to process the test and provide the results. This lab fee is not included and must be paid directly to the lab. Instructions for submitting this payment will accompany the rest of your test kit.  

 

 

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