Mineral Balancing

Mineral Balancing Mineral Wheel by Wellbrocks.net

A hair mineral analysis provides measurements of the mineral content of hair, which reflects the mineral content of the body’s tissues. If a mineral deficiency or excess exists, it usually indicates a mineral deficiency or excess within the body. For example, if the tissue calcium level is low, then a tendency exists towards osteoporosis (demineralization of the bone), increased tendency to bone fractures, dental caries, muscle cramps, etc. Various mineral imbalances, as revealed by hair analysis, frequently lead to metabolic dysfunctions before symptoms manifest. Mineral balance is necessary for healthy bodily functions.

Mineral Symbols in Alphabetic Order

  • Ag- Silver
  • Al- Aluminum
  • As- Arsenic
  • Be- Berylium
  • Ca- Calcium
  • Cd- Cadmium
  • Cl- Chlorine
  • Co- Cobalt
  • Cr- Chromium
  • Cu- Copper
  • F – Fluorine
  • Fe- Iron
  • I – Iodine
  • K – Potassium
  • Li- Lithium
  • Mg- Magnesium
  • Mn – Manganese
  • Mo- Molybdenum
  • N – Nitrogen
  • Na- Sodium
  • P – Phosphorus
  • S – Sulfur
  • Se- Selenium
  • Z – Zinc

Mineral Balancing

Observing this chart provided by Analytical Research Labs (ARL), there are intricate mineral interactions within the body. Here are a few examples for understanding the chart: excess silver (Ag) depletes copper (Cu), excess aluminum (Al) depletes phosphorus and vice versa and it depletes iron (Fe), excess arsenic (As) depletes selenium (SE) and iodine (I). On the chart, many minerals aren’t linked directly. Following this format, interactions are observed. For example, an excess of chromium (Cr) lowers calcium. Since calcium interacts with many minerals, an excessive intake of chromium will affect all minerals associated with calcium. Amazing!

A hair mineral analysis takes the guesswork out of mineral supplementation. Instead of risking a potential mineral imbalance, find out which minerals are low in order to purchase the correct supplements through Biotics Research. These are minerals tested by Analytical Research Labs: calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), sodium (Na), potassium (K), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), chromium (Cr), selenium (Se), phosphorus (P), nickel (N), cobalt (Co), molybdenum (Mo), lithium (Li), and boron (B). Also, these are heavy metals tested: lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), arsenic (As), and aluminum (Al).

Mineral Functions

  • Ag- Silver – antimicrobial, wound care, immune support, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory
  • Al- Aluminum – excess inhibits enzyme and nerve functions, brain degeneration
  • As- Arsenic – excess creates neurotoxicity, blood poisoning, cardiovascular weakness
  • Be- Berylium – enzyme inhibitor when found in excess, accumulates in lungs, liver, kidneys and heart
  • B – Boron – bone builder, boosts brain function, metabolism, hormones
  • Ca- Calcium – bone, cartilage, and tendon strength, neurotransmitter, energy production
  • Cd- Cadmium – excess is toxic to kidneys and thyroid, muscle deterioration
  • Cl- Chlorine (chloride Cl-) – Cl is a toxic element, chloride (Cl-) has benefits, sodium chloride (table salt)
  • Co- Cobalt – component of B12, aids in forming red blood cells
  • Cr- Chromium – blood sugar balance, cholesterol regulation, energy builder, carbohydrate metabolism,
  • Cu- Copper –  antioxidant function, blood formation, synthesis of protein and enzymes, energy
  • F – Fluorine (fluoride F-) – found in bones, excess is toxic to bodily functions
  • Fe- Iron – red blood cell formation, oxygen carrier, release of adrenal hormones, strengthening
  • Hg – Mercury – excess mercury suppresses selenium function, toxicity causes many malfunctions
  • I – Iodine – thyroid and parathyroid function, mental clarity, supports hair, nails, skin, and teeth
  • K – Potassium – balances body fluids, muscle strength, enzyme functions, digestive strength
  • Li- Lithium – brain regulation, reduces compulsive behavior and paranoias, abusive tendencies
  • Mg- Magnesium – bones, neuromuscular transmission, enzyme production, metabolism, heart rhythm
  • Mn – Manganese – used in metabolism of vitamins B1 and E, enzyme activation, hormone production
  • Mo- Molybdenum – normal growth and development, enzyme production, regulates other minerals
  • N – Nitrogen – helpful in muscles, cartilage, tissue, tendons, and ligaments, regulates proteins
  • Na- Sodium – electrolyte working in conjunction with potassium, for fluid balance, muscle contraction
  • Ni – Nickel – excess contributes to high oxidation, cardiovascular issues, thyroid disorders, and eczema
  • P – Phosphorus – bone, metabolism, enzymes, energy production, hormone production, B vitamin use
  • Pb – Lead – interferes with blood production, neurotoxic, muscle deterioration, mental impairment
  • S – Sulfur – bile secretion, collagen synthesis, hair, nails, cartilage, aids digestion and elimination
  • Se- Selenium – antioxidant working closely with vit. E, protects membranes, strengthens eyes
  • Z – Zinc – enhances immune system, enzyme function, aids wounds, brain function, normal growth

Heavy Metal Detoxing

Cleanse toxic heavy metals with natural chelators like NitroGreens and PorphyraZyme from Biotics Research. See posts in the Detox section for more detoxing ideas. Thrival Nutrients, available in our Store, is an herbal detox formula especially effective for detoxing aluminum with its high silicate level. After six months of cleansing, retest with hair mineral analysis to see if toxic heavy metals are still present. Continue intense detoxing if needed. Always maintain some form of detoxing to remain free of toxic heavy metal buildup. Everyone is constantly being exposed to toxins through water, soil, and air pollution.

Most offices charge well over $100 for this same hair mineral analysis test, so as a blessing we are offering the super low price of only $65 through our Store! The cost for an annual hair mineral analysis is well worth the small investment!

Mineral Ratios 

In addition to providing a graph with mineral levels, Analytical Research Labs (ARL) sends a chart with significant mineral ratios: Ca/Mg, Ca/K, Na/Mg, Na/K, An/Cu, and Ca/P. Ratios represent homeostatic balances and disease trends. Being a slow oxidizer, fast oxidizer, or mixed oxidizer will alert a person to issues regarding: blood sugar weakness, adrenal imbalance, and thyroid under/over activity. Read more about mineral ratios by ARL, Basic Rations and Their Meaning.

Aluminum Toxicity and Brain Tissues

“Human exposure to aluminium has been implicated in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with conclusions being equivocal. To date the majority of studies have used hair as their indicator of human exposure to aluminium while aluminium in blood and urine have also been used to a much more limited extent. Paediatric vaccines that include an aluminium adjuvant are an indirect measure of infant exposure to aluminium and their burgeoning use has been directly correlated with increasing prevalence of ASD . Animal models of ASD continue to support a connection with aluminium and to aluminium adjuvants used in human vaccinations in particular.” Aluminum in Brain Tissue in Autism, March 2018.

Climate Engineering Hazards

When a person looks up into the sky and sees jet contrails, head directly indoors, close the windows, and ensure that an air purifier is operating effectively. For awareness about weather modification hazards, read this eye-opening report:  Human and Environmental Dangers Posed by Ongoing Global Tropospheric Aerosolized Particulates for Weather Modification.  This is the catastrophic conclusion based upon extensive scientific analysis:

“The ability of coal fly ash to release heavy metals and radioactive elements upon exposure to body moisture has potentially grave human health implications including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, respiratory diseases, reduced male fertility, and stroke.”

Aluminum Toxicity

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