Hair Testing - Analytical
Research Labs Hair Testing is a reliable method of
seeing mineral and toxic metals excretions. All hair orders require a
Hair test only consultation are available with us.
Contact us to learn
more! Cost of
hair lab only is $100.
Providing a mineral blueprint of one's biochemistry, a hair
tissue mineral analysis can provide pertinent information about one's metabolic
rate, energy levels, sugar and carbohydrate tolerance, stage of stress, immune
system and glandular activity.
A hair tissue mineral analysis performed by Analytical
Research Labs, Inc., is a
screening test for the
level of 20 minerals and toxic metals in a sample of hair. It is a tissue
mineral biopsy that is non-invasive, relatively inexpensive and extremely
accurate. Our laboratory uses only the most advanced and sophisticated
instrumentation available today, the Perkin Elmer Elan 9000 ICP Mass
Spectrometer to assess mineral levels in parts per million or parts per billion.
A hair tissue mineral analysis is considered a standard test
used around the world for the biological monitoring of trace elements and toxic
metals in humans and animals species. The same technology is used for soil
testing and testing of rock samples to detect mineral levels.
Hair, like all other body tissues, contains minerals that are
deposited as the hair grows. Although the hair is dead, the minerals remain as
the hair continues to grow out. A sample of hair cut close to the scalp provides
information about the mineral activity in the hair that took place over the past
three to four months, depending on the rate of hair growth.
All Hair testing is done through
Analytical Research Labs, Arizona, USA Prices Effective March 1, 2017
PROFILE 1. Cost for
testing through our office: $95.00
LABORATORY MINERAL TEST ONLY. This is the basic assay that shows the mineral levels and ratios. You are
provided with a chart that identifies the person and graphically describes the
results of his/her test.
With this profile you do your own
interpretation. This profile represents the basic Multi-Element Laboratory
Assay reporting the person test results for macro and micro minerals, toxic
metals and significant ratios. A chart is provided that identifies the
person/client information and graphically illustrates the test results.
is no interpretation provided with this profile.
PROFILE 2. Cost for testing through our office:
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
PROFILE 3. Cost for testing through our office: $110.00
LAB TEST AND SUPPLEMENT RECOMMENDATION ONLY. This is the same as Profile 1 with the addition of the vitamin and mineral
PROFILE 4. Cost for
testing through our office: $175.00
PROGRESS TEST AND COMPARISON ANALYSIS. Included is a complete retesting 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
PROFILE 5. Cost for
testing through our office: $75.00
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
profiles listed above. On
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Washing hair samples at the laboratory has been shown to
erratically wash out the water-soluble elements. This creates much less
accurate results. In a 2001 study in the Journal of the AMA (Seidel, S.
et al., Assessment of Commercial Laboratories Performing Hair Mineral
Analysis, JAMA, 285(1) Jan 3:67-72.) the two laboratories that did not
wash the hair, of which we were one, showed superb reliability.
They use technologically advanced testing
instruments, including the Perkin Elmer Elan 9000 ICP Mass Spectrometer.
They have high laboratory quality control
procedures. These include known controls which are tested at the
beginning, middle and end of every batch of hair samples to insure the
accuracy of the results.
automatically retest any reading that is out of a normally expected
range, provided sufficient hair is available for a second sample.
Test results are printed on an easy-to-read graph,
unlike many of the other laboratories. This is a great benefit for both
practitioners and their clients as well. The printed graph includes the
mineral results, major mineral ratios and the oxidation type.
They offer the only
complete individualized test interpretation option through a 15-20 page
report is unique as it includes information related to one's metabolic
rate, energy levels, sugar and carbohydrate tolerance, immune system,
autonomic balance, glandular activity and metabolic trends, a personal
dietary supplement program, basic diet recommendations and other
information that can be inferred from the test results.
They offers the only personalized transition dietary
plan based entirely upon the results of one's hair tissue mineral
analysis. This report includes three transition diets, menu
plans and a wealth of information covering food preparation, eating
habits, changing one's habits, cooking, shopping and other valuable
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