Hair Mineral Analysis
Detect, assess and treat nutritional deficiencies or heavy metal burden in patients with the assistance of hair mineral analysis.
Hair Mineral Analysis is a most reliable method used in preventative medicine for the detection of toxic metals and the measurement of trace elements.
Urine Mineral Analysis
Urine Mineral Analysis is indicative of toxic and essential elements being eliminated from the body. During chelation therapy the presence of excess toxic metals should be high as part of the detoxification process, however, the presence of toxic metals may indicate acute exposure. Excess nutritional elements, as revealed by urine screening may indicate a metabolic disorder, high mineral intake or lack of absorption by the body.
This in depth questionnaire is a service provided to all our clients/health practitioners. Streamline your client consultations with CanAlt‟s nutritional health questionnaire. An online tool that functions as a nutritional triage, the questionnaire can help isolate symptoms and conditions that may be related to nutritional deficiencies or over-supplementation.
CanAlt understands that the health practitioner depends on reliable data to provide the best possible assessments for their clients.
CanAlt’s Quality Assurance System
• Method validation program to assure reliability and reproducibility of data
• Hair digestion controls
• Use of standard reference materials
• Instrument controls
• Inter batch controls
• Process Blanks
CanAlt Health Labs uses stste-of-the-art technology for accurate and reliable results
• Combines Dynamic Reaction CellTM technology and performance enhancing Axial Field TechnologyTM, providing interference correction for uncompromised sensitivity and performance
• Uses ion-molecule chemistry for improved detection limits such as Fe, Ca, Mg, As, Se, Cr, V and others
• Exceptional sensitivity and stability using collisional focusing for relative standard deviations for isotope ratios of less than 0.03%
• The quadrupole used in DRC technology provides high and low-mass cutoffs – defining a precise mass bandpass window preventing the formation of new species and interferences, thereby, eliminating false positives