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heavy metals testing (Heavy Metals & Nutrients - Comprehensive Elements) Profile is testing for 15  hormones including:

    • Iodine (I),
    • Bromine (Br),
    • Selenium (Se),
    • Arsenic (As),
    • Mercury (Hg),
    • Cadmium (Cd),
    • Creatinine (Crtn),
    • Lithium (Li) in Dried Urine spot and
    • Cadmium (Cd),
    • Mercury (Hg), 
    • Lead (Pb),
    • Selenium (Se),
    • Zinc (Zn),
    • Magnesium (Mg),
    • Copper (Cu) in Blood Spot
  • Test kit contains Blood and Urine Spot collection kit
  • Sample can be collected at the comfort of your home
  • Free delivery in the UK and Ireland
  • Customers are responsible for shipment to laboratory. 
  • No additional laboratory cost and tax.
  • Test Result: You will receive your test result via email within 3-5 working days after Laboratory receives your sample. On your test result you will see your hormone levels in graphics. Easy to understand explanation regarding the functions of the tested hormones by our laboratory Hormone Specialist Doctors. You will also see Laboratory's comments on your test result which suggests a healthy diet, what kind of exercise you should do and some reading materials how to maintain your hormone level balanced.
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Who should consider heavy metals testing?

Anyone who smokes, has exposure to private well water or ageing pipes, is concerned about heavy metals in foods like vegetables, rice and seafood, has mercury dental work, lives in an older home or near an industrial area and has thyroid-related health issues should consider heavy metals testing. 


Heavy metal exposure is on the rise. Common sources include cigarettes, seafood, rice, well water, vaccinations & dental fillings.

These toxic elements can significantly increase our risk of developing conditions like dementia, infertility, diabetes and cancer. They are also known to cause damage to the liver, kidneys and brain, as well as the cardiovascular, nervous and endocrine systems.

Essential elements are abundant, too, and only healthy when they are within optimal ranges. Nutrients like copper, iodine, magnesium, selenium and zinc are critical for enzymes that synthesise neurotransmitters and activate hormones. Bromine and lithium, while not currently classified as “essential” elements, have been shown to play a positive role in health but are also potentially toxic at excessive levels.