Hair Analysis Test Kit by Upgraded Formulas
This is not a drug test, but the reason why companies test hair samples for drugs is because a hair sample holds the key to understanding your body’s history over the past 90 days. A blood or urine test can only look at a snapshot in time. Your test kit arrives in the mail with everything you need to return a sample in the privacy of your own home, and the results are private and sent directly to you.
If you’ve ever felt brain fog, or thought you might have mineral imbalances or heavy metal toxicity, this is the test for you. The test shows results of heavy metal toxicity, mineral imbalance, mineral levels, including rare trace minerals like germanium. The test also provides insight into metabolic activity, adrenal function, thyroid function, and parathyroid activity. The test can help you and your doctor find and use targeted supplementation in response to major deficiencies of vital minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese, germanium, chromium, potassium, iron, and vanadium (among others). You can take action by supplementing with minerals members of our collective recommend, or another brand whom you trust.
Properly interpreted hair analyses can reveal various mineral imbalances that indicate a tendency for various conditions. A hair mineral analysis provides a picture of body chemistry including:
- Heavy Metal Toxicity – Impacts nutrient absorption and how your organs work
- Mineral Deficiencies and Imbalances
- Metabolic Rate (fast or slow)
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Reduced or Elevated Thyroid Function
- Nervous System Imbalances
- A Lack of Protein Synthesis
- Signs of Inflammation
- Energy Levels Issues
- Mental Health Issues
- Liver & Kidney Stress
If for some reason you do not follow the instructions, we are not responsible for results. The results will be emailed to the email address you provide at checkout.
Disclaimer notice: No one associated with Korus or Upgraded Formulas is responsible for lab results, nor interpretation or suggestions based on the results, and testing is of course separate from the lab interpretation.