HTMA is an affordable, accurate and non-invasive way to find your body's unique health profile. Mineral deficiencies and toxicities affect everyone. HTMA is an important screening tool that provides key indicators behind a wide range of conditions affected by mineral imbalance, including: fatigue & adrenal problems, thyroid issues, weight gain, blood sugar problems, depression, anxiety, personality changes, hormonal imbalances, insomnia, reactivity to stress, addictions, learning issues, osteoporosis, risk of heart attack, hypoglycaemia, liver and kidney problems, digestive issues, inflammation, PMS, skin problems, and more. It can often identify serious health risks many years before they show up using other methods. Equally important, the data from your HTMA test provides you with the hard evidence and blueprint needed for safe detoxing and customized protocol.
What levels you will see on the report?
And their Ratios... Ca/P, Na/K, Ca/K, Zn/Cu, Na/Mg, Ca/Mg, Fe/Cu, Ca/Pb, Fe/Pb, Fe/Hg, Se/Hg, Zn/Cd, Zn/Hg, S/Hg, S/Hg, S/Cd, S/Pb, Ca/Sr, Cr/V, Cu/Mo, Fe/Co, K/Co, K/Li, Mg/B, S/Cu, Se/Ti, Se/Sn, Zn/Sn
Why would you want to know these?
Here are just a few examples:
Zinc is involved in the production, storage, and secretion of insulin and is necessary for growth hormones. A zinc/copper imbalance also plays are role in neurologic function, is often seen in autism, ADHD, anxiety, and depression. It can also lead to more susceptibility for infections. We also need zinc for stomach acid. Stomach acid is needed for nutrient absorption especially B12. High copper and low zinc has became more common.
Magnesium is required for normal muscular function, especially the heart. A deficiency has been linked to a increase in heart attacks, anxiety, and nervousness. It also plays are role in normal bowel movements and mitochondria health.
Potassium is critical for normal nutrient transport into the cell. A deficiency can result in muscular weakness, constipation, depression, and lethargy. An imbalance of sodium and potassium can also effect how much thyroid hormone can go into the cell.
Excess sodium is associated with hypertension, but adequate amounts are required for normal health. Often times there can be a deficiency in sodium when there are issues with adrenals and kidneys.
Toxic metals can contribute to learning disabilities.
These are just a tiny bit of information that can be found when knowing about mineral imbalances.