Laboratory Analysis



Beside traditional allopathic laboratory analysis, a specific tests are performed to assess toxicity and nutritional levels in the body.

Initial testing is usually performed by simple hair analysis in order to acertain basic toxic levels. More accurate results are achieved by testing sweat and blood toxic profiles. In cases of hidden toxicities, inducement or challenge tests will show toxic material, bound within tissue. Challenging tests (Kelmer test) loosen this tissue connection which then show the real toxicity levels diagnosable in the blood or urine. More complex test also include fat tissue biopsies for other hidden toxicities.

Specific testings are also performed to assess the levels of trace elements, vitamins, fatty acids and antioxidants.

In cases of allergies, hay fever, bronchial asthma, we use the most advanced laboratories in order to diagnose inhalant, food or contact antigens involved in allergy condition.