Heavy metal test

Heavy metal poisoning caused by pollution and industrial chemicals has become a threat to our health and the development of our children. Elevated levels of toxic metals deposited in our body tissues and the brain can cause neurological and developmental damage, including autistic symptoms, depression, irritability, anxiety, insomnia, hallucinations, amnesia, aggression, and other disorders.

Some heavy metal poisoning includes chemicals, fertilizers, industrial paints, building materials, fish/mercury dental fillings and mercury used as preservatives in vaccines, nasal sprays, eye drops and many more.


Lead in soil, asphalt and paint in older homes. Cadmium is present in batteries, steel, tires and plastic. The film used to cover food can also be a source of cadmium. Arsenic is found in seafood and animals fed with arsenic products. Also found in wood preservatives, insecticides and lead and copper alloys. People who suffer from the symptoms mentioned above can have too high levels of heavy metals.

The high levels of heavy metals in the body are often causing low levels of the life-necessary minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and lithium. Urine or saliva analysis can help determine the level of heavy metals in body tissues and, thus, whether there are grounds for a more detailed analysis and treatment. (Detox).