What is a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis?
Finally! A comprehensive test that gets to the root of all chronic disease.
At Back to Natural Health, we have been practicing medicine for over 20 years and during that time, we have been looking for a test that provides us with a whole picture of what's happening in the human body. Other lab tests can provide very valuable information such as what foods we are allergic to, the state of our gut, if we have infections, or if our hormone levels are up to par.
When we found HTMA, however, we knew we had found something extremely powerful. From one strand of hair we can tell if you are pre-diabetic, depressed, if your immune system is compromised, or if you have too much aluminum in your system that is impacting your brain health. Pretty spectacular, huh? We find that everyone who takes this test is glad they did, because the results never cease to shock you.
Sometimes, shock is good. When we have a powerful emotional response, it activates a willingness to change for the better. We believe that everyone deserves a shot at impeccable health and vitality, do you?
What Can HTMA Reveal About Your Health?
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis uses a small hair sample to get up to three months of information on the status of your mineral ratios and heavy metal toxicity that could be throwing the body off balance.
The hair is the ideal testing mechanism because it shows a cumulative pattern of health information that is safe and non-invasive in nature. It reveals health data far more detailed than a blood or a urine test. Data on more than 35 minerals is analyzed as well as 25 important mineral ratios that dictate your health.
What does a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis Report reveal?
Mineral Deficiencies and Imbalances
Level of Exhaustion Present in the Body (Adrenal Fatigue)
Psychological Imbalances (I.E., Depression, Anxiety, ADD)
Heavy Metal Toxicity
Metabolic Rate (Slow, Fast)
Nervous System Imbalances
Liver & Kidney Stress
Tendency towards inflammation
Blood Sugar Imbalances (I.E., Diabetes, Insulin Resistance)