Hair mineral analysis
The hair mineral analysis has for decades been a standard scientific procedure for determining environmental pollution in the organism. During the growth phase, hair is exposed to the body’s internal metabolic environment. During this period, various substances in the hair tissue are trapped and deposited. The analyzed minerals and toxic elements are part of these deposits and can reliably reproduce a picture of the basic metabolic processes in the body over a period of about 10-12 weeks.
Therefore, the hair mineral analysis helps to uncover, understand and successfully treat the causal biochemical imbalances of the disease behind the complaints.
Mineral Balance determines the content of 20 minerals and toxic substances, such as mercury, lead and aluminum in the hair tissue and determines the key metabolic factors of your body. These include:
Hair analysis is a gentle, non-invasive method for cost-effective, comprehensive diagnostics that provides unique insights into human cell processes. In addition, it is much less prone to failure than urine, stool or blood analyzes, since the observation period of about 12 weeks fluctuations in the metabolism are better balanced.
For the determination of exact and reproducible analysis results certain conditions must be met.
- The sampling is carried out according to certain criteria: the human hair grows about 1 cm per month. Experience has shown that reliable statements about the metabolism of the last 3 months can be made. The sampling must therefore take place directly at the hair root (from the back of the head) and be limited to max. 3 cm shortened.
- The test results are achieved through sophisticated measurement devices and procedures in a clinical test environment. The lab has more than 30 years of experience in hair analysis.
- The preconditions for an exact interpretation of the analysis results are defined limit values of the individual minerals and their relations to one another.