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Heavy Metals / Toxins

Heavy Metal & Toxin Testing Panels

Heavy Metal Test Panels

These test panels check for the presence and levels of various heavy metals and toxins in the body.


Standard Heavy Metals Profile, Blood Test

This blood test measure levels of three types of heavy metals in the blood: Lead, Arsenic, and Mercury.

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Standard Plus Heavy Metals Profile, Urine Test

This urine test measures levels of four types of heavy metals: Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead and Mercury. A creatinine test is also performed.

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Comprehensive Heavy Metals Profile, Urine Test

This urine test includes measuring levels of the following 6 heavy metals: Arsenic, Cadmium, Cobalt, Lead, Mercury & Thallium. Creatinine levels are included.

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Individual Heavy Metal & Toxin Tests

Individual Testing for Heavy Metals and Toxins

These tests check for the presence and levels of various heavy metals and toxins in the body.


Chromium, Blood Test

This blood test is used to determine chromium levels for deficiency or toxicity.

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Chromium, Urine Test

This urine test is used to determine chromium levels for deficiency or toxicity.

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Cobalt, Blood Test

This blood test monitors for industrial exposure to cobalt for toxicity or cobalt poisoning.

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Cobalt, Urine Test

This urine test monitors industrial exposure to cobalt for toxicity or overexposure.

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Fluoride, Urine Test

​This urine test checks for toxic levels of Fluoride via exposure or ingestion.

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Iron Test

This test measures the blood's iron levels.

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Lead, Blood Test (Adult)

This test monitors lead levels in the blood. Lead is an extremely common and potentially dangerous type of heavy metal poisoning.

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Lead, Urine Test

This urine test monitors exposure to lead or lead chelation therapy.

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Lithium, Blood Test

This test is used to measure and monitor the amount of lithium in the blood to check that they are in healthy and therapeutic ranges, instead of toxic levels.

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Magnesium, Urine Test

This urine test checks levels of magnesium to evaluate for deficiency or toxicity.

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Magnesium, Blood Serum Test

This test evaluates the level of magnesium in the blood for deficiency or toxicity.

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Manganese, Blood Test

This blood test is used to monitor manganese levels or manganese exposure.

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Mercury, Blood Test

This blood test monitors levels of mercury, commonly found in industrial factories, old paint and some types of fish.

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Mercury, Urine Test

This urine test monitors levels of mercury, commonly found in industrial factories, old paint and some fish.

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Nickel, Urine test

This urine test monitors exposure to nickel for toxicity.

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Selenium, Blood Test

This blood test is used to monitor industrial exposure to selenium or to determine a selenium deficiency.

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Zinc, Blood Test

This blood test is used to determine zinc levels for deficiency or toxicity.

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Zinc, Urine Test

This urine test is used to determine zinc levels for deficiency or toxicity.

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General Wellness Panels

These blood work and urine tests help measure overall health and wellness.


Comprehensive Health Test Panel (CBC+CMP+UA+LP+Iron+TSH)

The Comprehensive Health Test Panel is combination of 6 tests that measure and evaluate the body as a whole.

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Standard Health Test Panel (CBC+CMP+UA+LP+TSH)

This health test panel includes thyroid testing, a CBC, CMP, Urinalysis, & Lipid Panel. These lab tests measure and evaluate the body as a whole and include cholesterol.

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Basic Health Test Panel (CMP+UA+LP)

The Basic Health Test Panel is combination of tests that measure and evaluate the body as a whole.

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