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TOXINS

A. Heavy metals
There are 4 ways to test for heavy metals. Different tests give different windows of information, like if one stands outside looking into a house through different windows, different windows will give different views.

Blood, hair and stool testings are passive tests because heavy metals can be hiding in an organ and not be seen in these tests. The chelation-urine test is an active test which reveals more than the other 3 tests, because a chelating agent is given to bind to the heavy metals which are then excreted into the urine.

1. Blood

2. Hair
- Head hair if there is no dye
- Pubic hair if head hair can not be used
- Sample report from Doctor's Data: Toxic Element Exposure Profile; Hair

3. Stool
- Sample report from Doctor's Data: Toxic Metals: Feces
The first 3 tests are passive tests, i.e., they sample the blood, hair and stool, but the toxins can be hiding in an organ.

4. Urine
4.1. Ethylenediamine Tetraacetic Acid (EDTA) Chelation therapy

- EDTA is a medication that binds to heavy metals such as Lead, Cadmium, Aluminum, etc. It does not bind well to Mercury. The medication is injected intravenously then the urine is collected for 6 hours afterwards.

- Sample report from Doctor's Data: Toxic Metals: Urine

4.2. Dimercapto-1-propane sulfonic acid (DMPS) Chelation therapy
- DMPS is a medication that binds to heavy metals such as Mercury, Lead, Cadmium, Nickel, Arsenic, etc. The medication is injected intravenously then the urine is collected for 6 hours afterwards.
- Sample report from Doctor's Data: Toxic Metals; Urine

4.3. Dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) Chelation therapy

- DMSA is a medication that binds to heavy metals such as Lead, Cadmium, Mercury, Nickel, Arsenic, etc. The medication is given orally then the urine is collected for 6 hours afterwards.

- Sample report from Doctor's Data: Toxic Metals; Urine


4.4. Diethylenetriamine pentaacetate (DTPA) Chelation therapy
- DTPA is a medication that binds to heavy metals such as Gadolinium, Lead, etc. It is used mostly for Gadolinium toxicity.
- The use of Ca-/Zn-DtPa for chelation of gadolinium in “Gadolinium Deposition Disease”
- It is also approved for Plutonium toxicity


B. Chemicals

1. Glyphosate

- Glyphosate is the main ingredient in Roundup Weed Killer. It can disrupt the microbiome causing many problems.

- Sample report from Great Plains Laboratory: Glyphosate Profile

 

2. Environmental toxins from air, water and foods

- Sample report from Great Plains Laboratory: Toxic Non-Metal Chemical Panel 

- Sample report from US Biotek: Enviromental Pollutants profile  

 

3. Mycotoxins

- Mycotoxins are toxins produced by molds

- Sample report from Great Plains Laboratory: GPL-MycoTOX

- Sample report from RealTime Laboratories: Mycotoxins Panel Report


INFECTIONS1. Gastrointestinal infections

- Infections such as bacteria and fungus can cause local problems such bloating and systemic problems such as autoimmune conditions

- Sample report from Great Plains Laboratory: MicroBial Organics Acid Test (MOAT)

- Sample report from Genova Diagnostics: Microbiology Stool analysis
- Serum Candida antibodies


2. Other infections

- Lyme

- Mycoplasma general by Real-Time PCR: Medical Diagnostic Laboratories
- Epstein Barr virus EBV-EA-D IgG/IgM, EBV-EBNA-1 IgG/IgM, EBV-VCA IgG/IgM: Medical Diagnostic Laboratories


NUTRITION
- Sample report from NutrEval: NutrEval Test
- Sample report from SpectraCell Labratories
- Cell Science Systems: Food allergies ALCAT Test Panels

HEART
- PULS

PROSTATE
4K SCORE 

Reader's Comment
Saturday, August 10, 20199:43 AM
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Hello,
I am interested in getting the alcat lab test done. What is the cost?
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