Hair Mineral Analysis Values

Discussion in 'Blood Work, Labs' started by X160, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. X160

    X160 Member

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    Hello,

    Got an HTMA (hair test mineral analysis) test done recently, and I am surprised and worried to see that Uranium and Strontium levels are high in my hair tissue apart from other mineral imbalances.

    Seeking advice how to lower/chelate out these toxic metals from my body and correct the other mineral imbalances. Thanks in advance.

    Brief background: 29 years old healthy male living in India. My hair sample was transported from India to U.S. and the test was done by trace elements inc.upload_2017-4-20_15-11-24.pngupload_2017-4-20_15-13-32.pngupload_2017-4-20_15-14-23.png
     
  2. Such_Saturation

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    How much did it cost?
     
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    X160

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    90 USD
     
  4. Such_Saturation

    Such_Saturation Member

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    Damn that's better than I thought!
     
  5. Janelle525

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    Does India have high radiation exposure?Is the pollution bad there?
     
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    X160

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    There is not much radiation at least in the place that I live. Pollution is bad throughout India.
     
  7. Janelle525

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    It could be a lab error for the uranium, I know I had mine pretty high too and I contacted a practitioner and he said many of his clients were showing that as well and he thinks it was a lab error.
     
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    X160

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    Thank you, Janelle. I hope that's the case, otherwise such high value of Uranium is just freaking me out.
     
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