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Health Analysis personal test kits can be used in the privacy of your own home. The process involves taking a small biological sample, which is then sent to a CLIA-Certified lab in the United States for detailed analysis. Packaging and a pre-paid shipping label (from USA addresses only) are provided in each test kit. You can also schedule a free pickup at your home. Within days, your sample will be analyzed, and you will receive a personalized report on the results.
This test uses Liquid Chromatography/ Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) instrumentation to quantitatively examine 14 common pollutants in our modern society, which may have an impact on your personal health or health-risk profile. This test can help define your individual toxin burden, and make changes to your exposure levels and potentially determine a path for detoxification.
Test Sample Used:
This Test Examines:
STYRENE: A chemical used to make latex, synthetic rubber, and polystyrene resins, which are commonly used to make plastic packaging, disposable cups and containers, insulation, and other products.
PHTHALATES: A family of industrial chemicals used to soften polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic and as solvents in cosmetics and other consumer products.
BENZENE: A widely used industrial chemical, benzene can be found in crude oil and gasoline, and is utilized in the manufacture of certain plastics, synthetic fibers, lubricants, dyes, detergents, and pesticides.
TRIMETHYLBENZENE: A group of potentially hazardous substances used for making dyes, pharmaceuticals, and as a solvent.
TOLUENE: A solvent commonly used in the manufacture of paints, paint thinners, fingernail polish, lacquers, adhesives, and rubber.
PARABEN: These chemicals are commonly used in the manufacture of consumables and personal care products, with potential endocrine-disrupting activities.
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER: A chemical that is commonly used as a solvent, as well as an anti-knock component in gasoline, and sometimes found as a pollutant in drinking water.