Proudly Offering One of North America's Leading HTMA Assessment Services.
Every individual has a unique nutritional blueprint.
Popular diets don't address this. Blood tests don't show it.
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis or “HTMA” is a noninvasive test where we simply cut a little bit of hair and send off to our trusted lab in the US to receive a fully personalized and detailed report on your current state of health.
The bodies main building blocks are minerals and water so when something is off with either of these the body will present various symptoms that are often misdiagnosed in modern medicine. Often times people after testing and following a personalized healing protocol bring their bodies back into balance and overcome illness and symptoms they could never before heal.
There are widely held misconceptions that as long as one eats healthy you don’t have to worry about mineral deficiencies; that taking a multi-vitamin provides good insurance against deficiencies; that a copper IUD is a ‘safe’ option for women’s birth control because it's 'non-hormonal'; that supplementing with extra calcium is great for bone health; that nutrition and mental health have little or no relation; that a proper detox can be done in a few weeks; that blood tests are a reliable measure of the body’s nutrients…all of these beliefs being so far from the truth and which, until they are dispelled, only perpetuate the denial and suppression of finding real answers to many of today’s most common health complaints, both physical and mental.
CONDITIONS AFFECTED BY MINERAL IMBALANCES:
Adrenal Health & Energy
Digestive Issues / Candida / Yeast
Emotional Apathy & Relationship Withdrawal
Kidney & Liver Function
Muscle Tightness and Twitches
PMS type symptoms
Schizophrenia & Paranoia
Skin Conditions (such as eczema, psoriasis, acne)
Thyroid Health & Weight
"[HTMA] may be the most important health test that exists… Only when you and your doctor know for sure your mineral status and important ratios can you adapt your diet, minerals and supplements to work toward proper balance." ~Dr. Robert Thompson, MD (author of The Calcium Lie)