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Frequently Asked Questions

What is hair tissue mineral analysis?

Hair tissue mineral analysis, or HTMA, is a laboratory test that analyzes a sample of hair to determine the levels of various minerals and metals in the body.

What insights can be gained from HTMA?

HTMA can provide information about nutrient deficiencies, imbalances, and toxicities, and can be used to help identify underlying causes of health problems. Examples of insights that can be gained from HTMA include identifying mineral deficiencies or excesses, measuring mineral ratios to identify imbalances or metabolic rate, assessing adrenal and thyroid function, identifying toxic heavy metal exposure, and measuring oxidative stress and bone health

How should HTMA results be interpreted?
HTMA results should be interpreted by a trained healthcare professional who can take into account an individual’s health history, symptoms, and other factors. HTMA should be used in conjunction with other diagnostic tests and assessments to get a comprehensive picture of an individual’s health status. While HTMA has many advantages, it should not be relied upon as the sole determinant of health or disease.
Who can benefit from HTMA?
HTMA can benefit anyone looking to identify nutrient deficiencies or imbalances, assess adrenal or thyroid function, or identify toxic heavy metal exposure. It may be particularly useful for individuals with chronic health issues, those with unexplained symptoms, or those who have been exposed to environmental toxins.