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Mineral Imbalances & ADHD (Part 1: Zinc Deficiency & Copper Excess)-Final Focused

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Mineral Imbalances & ADHD (Part 1: Zinc Deficiency & Copper Excess)-Final Focused

What if there was a safe, effective, inexpensive, and simple way to help treat one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood? Health care professionals often overlook nutrients; yet imbalances in many minerals are frequently seen in medical disorders including ADHD. Fortunately, replenishing nutrients with an integrative treatment plan has proven to be an effective treatment for the symptoms of ADHD. In this two-part series, we will evaluate mineral deficiencies in zinc and magnesium, excess copper, and their relationship with neuropsychiatric symptoms. Minerals Essential for Health Minerals are inorganic substances essential for cell metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, growth, and development....

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Element Testing – Why Sample Type Matters!

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Element Testing – Why Sample Type Matters!

Urine, serum, plasma, whole blood, red blood cells, feces, hair, fingernails … the list goes on. How do you decide what biological sample(s) to use for element analysis? Can results be compared to scientific literature or do they have clinical significance? Is it possible for values to be elevated or low in one sample type and normal in another? Do test results indicate recent intake, body burden, acute toxicity, chronic toxicity, deficiency, or homeostatic regulation? These are just some of the questions facing a testing laboratory when they want to develop and validate essential and toxic element profiles that will...

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