IS YOUR PET EXPERIENCING: TIREDNESS, SWELLING, DISCOMFORT IN THE JOINTS, DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS, ALLERGIC REACTIONS, WEIGHT CHALLENGES, SKIN ISSUES, NERVOUSNESS?
Mineral imbalances and toxic substances impact all of us. Animal Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) serves as a valuable screening tool that offers important insights into the various conditions your pet may be facing. By analyzing minerals deposited in the hair as it grows, a straightforward hair sample can provide information about mineral activity over the past 3 to 4 months. This method is highly effective in obtaining detailed information about your pet’s well-being, including identifying deficiencies and toxicities that could be responsible for these problems. “Canine HTMA testing is a non-intrusive examination that generates a comprehensive laboratory report featuring charts, graphs, and supportive documentation, revealing the metabolic status and recommending corrective measures to address mineral imbalances, reverse physical deterioration, and enhance cellular metabolism (energy).”
HTMA laboratory testing involves the analysis of hair tissue. Hair is utilized because it remains stable over time, offering a glimpse into several months of biochemical activity in a single sample, unlike blood or urine. Collecting a hair sample is a non-invasive and affordable process that doesn’t require veterinary intervention.
It is advisable to undergo a follow-up test after 3 to 6 months to assess progress. Often, the results differ significantly from the previous test, prompting the recommendation of an updated and revised corrective plan. Retesting encourages gradual improvement and helps address potential adverse reactions resulting from toxin elimination and the restoration of mineral ratios and levels. Progress retests are repeated until a healthy biochemical balance is achieved. The HTMA retest proves to be the most informative and cost-effective approach for monitoring detoxification progress.