Urinary Environmental Toxins
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Chronic exposure to environmental toxins is a growing concern in today's industrial society. The effect of environmental toxins on health is profound and testing for the presence of environmental toxins is an integral part of health promotion.
Testing for environmental toxins can be done through blood, urine and hair. Blood is most commonly used to test for acute exposure, especially to heavy metals. Hair mineral analysis can be used to test for the presence of heavy metals and nutritional elements. Urine can be used to test for the presence of heavy metals and for the presence of environmental chemicals and pollutants.
Tests associated with environmental toxins can include:
- Urinary Essential Elements
- Urinary Environmental Pollutants
- Hair Mineral Analysis
- Urinary Metabolic Profile.