RED BLOOD CELL (RBC) MINERAL ANALYSIS

 

The RBC Mineral Analysis is a powerful tool in helping diagnose causes of fatigue, anemia, dermatitis, headaches, sexual dysfunction, abnormal blood pressure, depression, muscle twitches and other common symptoms commonly undetected by the standard metabolic blood profile.

The RBC Mineral Analysis provides a reliable means of identifying short-term toxic metal exposure and evaluates intracellular mineral nutrient status.

Clinical Explanation:

The vast majority of chemical reactions governing cellular processes are regulated by enzymatic reactions. Enzymes require mineral cofactors such as magnesium and zinc to operate. Toxic metals such as lead, aluminum etc.., on the other hand, can interfere with enzyme reactions and disrupt the normal cell function. Both mineral deficiencies and excessive toxic metal buildup can have a significant impact on your health.

Unfortunately, nutrient deficiencies are pandemic in our society, leading to a variety of health problems. Zinc deficiency, for example, can result in stunted growth, poor wood healing, infertility, depressed immunity and skin disorders. Deficiencies of magnesium, the second most abundant mineral may contribute to fatigue, depression, osteoporosis, hypertension and a host of other disorders. Low levels of selenium are associated with lung and breast cancers. Clearly, accurate assessment of mineral levels are critical to evaluate the causes and contributing factors of illness.

RBC mineral analysis provides a more accurate window into the cellular status of most minerals. In comparison, the standard serum analysis of such minerals as magnesium provides less than 1% of the level a this specific mineral making the RBC test the gold standard for reliable and consistent measurements of essential minerals

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