Trace Elements Test

Minerals Imbalance?

Our body cannot make minerals. When we do not obtain enough minerals from our diet, or absence of some nutrients may affect the uptake of certain minerals. Improper mineral intake could lead to mineral deficiency, hinder essential functions of the body.

Excessive Exposure to Toxic Metals?
Exposure to chemicals is not limited to working in the chemical industry or living near an industrial facility. We are exposed to enormous number of chemicals and pollutants sourcing from the ­vestiges of eating, drinking, breathing and touching the processed products. People start to worry what ‘else’ I have consumed after a series of food safety scandals had broken.

See What Your Body Tells You

To determine whether you are at risk of being mineral imbalanced, a test on mineral and toxins status could be taken to identify the underlying causes. It is an accurate and painless testing and analysis that will be conducted by Germany with the state-of-the-art methodology.

Three ways to test for your mineral status. Each type reflects a unique aspect of what is going on in your body. 

Blood sample:

A short and recent exposure to a mineral as it travels throughout the whole body.

Urine sample: 

Reflects the mineral level and toxic metals in a provoked patient. 

Hair (or nail) sample:

Reflects chronic exposure as the extra minerals and bonded into keratin.


              When you are lack of some
  • Bloating/abdominal pain 
  • Nausea & vomiting
  • Numbness/tingling in hand
  • Poor concentration
  • Slow social/mental development
  • Weakness or tiredness
  • Weaker immune system
  • Irregular heart beat
  • Loss of appetite
  • Muscle cramping

               Exposed to heavy metals                          could lead to-
  • Allergies
  • Brain fog
  • Frequent colds & flus
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of memory & forgetfulness
  • Mood swings
  • Rashes



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