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What defines MAH?



What defines MAH-diagnostics?

The standart analysis defines the content of 28 elements.

Necessary 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.

Тоxic elements:

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.



What is possible to learn from results of MAH-diagnostics?

Result of the analysis - the picture of balance of elements in your organism. We will give you a graphic fragment of the information of one patient. On the diagram "the corridor of norm" for useful elements and "an admissible level" for toxic elements is shown. It shows that calcium, potassium and manganase are in surplus. Sulphur, zinc, selenium, iron and bromine are in deficiency. Excess of admissible concentration of lead is revealed. These data testify to disbalance of mechanisms of regulation and negative influence of surplus of one elements on digestion of others.

It is impоssible to diagnose with the help of MAH-diagnostics results, but it is possible to reveal what organs and systems of an organism are in risk conditions.

Why is it necessary to define "useful" and "harmful" elements?

Very important biochemical processes in an organism depend on minerals. If we don"t have enough of them,proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, enzymes "don"t work properly". Minerals are necessary for growth (zinc, manganese, iodine, iron), blood formation (iron, copper, zinc, cobalt), synthesis of connective tissue (copper, manganese) and formations of bones (calcium, zinc, manganese). They participate in regulation of carbohydrate and fat exchange (chrome, zinc), influence work of heart (potassium). Protect an organism from harmful external influences (selenium, sulfur). Each of us can have deficiency of useful elements. There are different reasons for it. Lack of minerals in your feed, their bad digestion, taking of medicines, chronic diseases, stressful situations. Deficiency of minerals can become bigger when you work hard and therefore organism consumes more minerals than usually.

Wherever we live harmful elements in particular lead and cadmium constantly get into our organism with food, water and air. They cause a chronic poisoning, break an exchange of useful elements. Pollution of an organism reveals in different ways - from headaches and weariness to an encephalopathy and other heavy diseases. Consequences depend on quantity of harmful elements in an organism.

Lack of minerals and pollution of an organism are hidden but very widespread causes of various indispositions.


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