What defines MAH-diagnostics?
The standart analysis defines the content of 28 elements.
minerals (macro- and microelements):
calcium, potassium, sulfur, zinc, iodine,
manganese, selenium, molybdenum, chromium-the basic minerals, wich are necessary for a person.
Their deficiency leads to disbalance in an organism.
Additional elements :
bromine, cobalt, silver, vanadium, chlorine,
nickel, rubidium, strontium, titan are elements wich are used in an organism in
small amounts but symptoms of their deficiency are not find.
For each mineral "the range of norm" is established.
barium, lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, antimony, zirconium, tin.
These elements have harmful influence on an organism even in small amounts.
For them permissible levels are established.
The results of MAH-diagnostics represent the report on several pages:
1. The table. It contains data of your analysis -
concentrations of all investigated elements in hair (microgram/g), and also the range of norms;
2. The diagram where data of your analysis are presented graphically.
3. The report. If you have deficiency/surplus of
any elements the possible reasons and consequences of these deviations are described.
4. Advices of the doctor to renew balance of elements in an organism.