PROFILE 2. Lab Test and Complete Interpretation. This includes the entire mineral assay test provided in Profile 1, plus a thorough interpretative work-up that lists trends, provides a detailed explanation of the results, along with vitamin and mineral supplement recommendations, and compares significant mineral ratios. Most Popular
PROFILE 3. Lab Test and Supplement Recommendation Only. This is the same as Profile 1 with the addition of the vitamin and mineral supplement recommendations.
PROFILE 4. Progress Test and Comparison Analysis. Included is a complete re-testing of the patient’s mineral levels to check what changes have taken place in his/her body biochemistry since the previous test. Modifications to the vitamin and mineral program are suggested where there has been significant progress. Because our recommendations are quite specific, we stress that Progress Tests be done each 8 to 12 weeks after the initial analysis.
PROFILE 5. Personal Diet Plan. This section is derived from the information provided by the Mineral Test report. Based upon the patient’s mineral levels, mineral ratios, “oxidation” type, and probable “allergic responses,” this lists what foods should be included in his/her diet and what foods should be avoided. This profile may be ordered with any profile listed above.
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