• Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis    Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis

The hair analysis will give you information about thyroid and adrenal activity, blood sugar regulation, reaction to stress your body experiences, heavy metal detoxification, and mineral imbalances.

Your hair sample is being tested for the following mineral levels:

Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Zinc, Copper, Phosphorus, Chromium, and many more.

Read more about the basics of a hair tissue mineral analysis

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  • Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis

Metabolic imbalances can be identified through the functional blood chemistry analysis.Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis

Is your doctor telling you your blood work looks fine, yet you still have unexplained symptoms?

When you look at your printed blood test results, it tells you the individual blood markers such as WBC or Cholesterol, also your test result and the lab reference ranges. The lab reference ranges for a particular marker are calculated by laboratories from all the people who came for a blood draw to a specific lab at a certain time. A reference range is usually defined as the set of values which 95% of the normal population falls within. It is assumed that those 95% are healthy.

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Contact me if you would like to work with me. I understand that you have many questions before you can make a decision.

Finding underlying causes of dysfunction is the goal when we use tests such as the hair tissue mineral analysis and the functional blood chemistry analysis.

  • Follow up tests are available and will be recommended when appropriate.

  • GI- Map (Stool pathogen test)
  • DUTCH ( Urine hormone test)
  • OAT (Urine amino acid test)
  • MRT (Blood test – Food sensitivity test)


As a Holistic Health Practitioner and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P), my goal is it to help the whole person and not isolate one symptom. I do NOT diagnose, cure or treat any illness or disease, prescribe medication or therapies. I urge you to stay with your current physician and continue to take the medication he/she prescribed and advised you to take. I also would suggest that you let your physician know that you are seeing a FDN-P and inform him/her about your lifestyle changes.