"Find out what vitamins
and minerals you should be taking to optimise your fertility"
When you are trying to conceive it is important that you have optimum levels of specific minerals. Medical research has found that certain minerals are crucial for fertility, preventing miscarriages and having a healthy baby. This test checks for any mineral deficiencies and heavy toxic metal excess present. You and your partner will be sent the results together with recommendations as to which supplements you need and should be taking now, and in what quantities, in order to help optimise conception.
By laboratory testing and analysing a small sample of your hair it is possible to assess the levels of the minerals, calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper, selenium, manganese and chromium present in your body. The analysis also provides valuable information on the levels of the heavy toxic metals present including mercury, aluminium, lead, cadmium and arsenic.
Because your hair cells are some of the fastest-growing cells in the body, they can 'lock' in information about your exposure to certain nutrients as they grow. In this way your hair forms a permanent record showing what deficiencies and excesses have been building up in your body over time.
The results of the mineral tests are given to you in the form of a graph so you can see how far your levels differ from the norm. The supplement programme should be followed for a minimum of three months and then be re-tested in order to adjust your supplement programme according to the improvements found. This test gives an in-depth understanding of your present condition, with a supplement programme designed to bring you back into good health.
So if you want to find out if have any deficiencies that could compromise your chances of conceiving and staying pregnant and what to do about it, then you should send for this Fertility Mineral Analysis Test now.
Please be aware that you must be able to provide 3-4 cms
of hair, the equivalent of a heaped tablespoon, taken from
the nape of the neck. In addition to this your hair must
be untreated, that is to say that you have not had your
hair dyed, or chemically treated in the last 6-8 weeks.
Samples should be returned to the laboratory by Next Day Delivery, Monday – Thursday only. Samples received outside of the suggested postage dates may be discarded and the patient asked to repeat the test.
If you are not sure whether this is the right test for you then click 'Which test should I take?' and follow the checklist which will help to ensure you have made the correct choice.