According to the World Health Organization, 25% of diseases are caused by toxic metals.
WHAT ARE TOXIC METALS?
Mercury; Uranium; Cadmium; Lead; Aluminium; Arsenic, Thallium, Gadolinium, Rhodium, Palladium, Beryllium.
WHERE DO THEY COME FROM?
Toxic metals are naturally occurring elements in the earth's crust.The industrial activity of the past century has made these minerals, which are dangerous to living organisms, more widespread in the environment.
It's virtually impossible to avoid ingesting toxic minerals.Of course, environmental emissions and the use of these substances must be reduced; this is down to public institutions.Healthy eating of non-contaminated foods would be desirable but difficult to implement (often, even organic foods contain toxic metals).
HAVE I BEEN POISONED?
The presence of toxic minerals in the body is not usually clinically manifest; through the analysis of blood and urine, only acute contamination can be detected and is no longer evident about three weeks after ingestion.With Mineral Test®, you can determine the degree of contamination present, even for a small amount of toxic metal, through Tissue Mineral Analysis carried out on skin appendages (hair, pubic hair, nails).With Tissue Mineral Analysis both essential elements and toxic metals are analysed; the analytical framework is interpreted with the original Mineral Test® method, followed by a customised integration with vitamins and minerals (no drugs) of galenic formulation for removing toxic metals and rebalancing essential trace elements.