During this day-long Workshop at the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners' College, Dr. Blaurock-Busch discusses why and when Hair Mineral Analysis (HMA) is a useful adjunct diagnostic tool. This noninvasive test detects longterm, chronic metal exposure and provides Information regarding the body's absorption ability. Hair mineral analysis will show what levels of unwanted toxic metals such as Lead or Mercury are stored in the system, hindering absorption of other vital minerals. HMA is an efficient Diagnostic tool for identifying underlying imbalances and by correcting these, the body's ability to prevent the absorption of toxins is increased. Also discussed are blood, urine, stool and saliva tests and why each test provides different Information regarding metal toxicity and Mineral nutrition. Also discussed is the present Gadolinium controversy and why HMA should be used as an adjunct giagnostic tool when considering Gadolinium intoxication.
Speaker: Dr. E. Blaurock-Busch PhD
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