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Rebalancing the minerals through the gut

Recommended Blood tests to provide better biochemistry interpretation: (Urine tests will give different values) Every patient with cancer has missing peptides in the urine. This links to the Lymphoma patients high trygclerites is a link to the lymph content in the body.

Minerals to help support the Krebs Cycle is calcium, Iron, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Potassium, Boron, Vanadium with copper.

Chromium has shown to help restore normal thyroid function, found mostly in the outer portion of grain. Because chromium is lost during the refining process of grain products, the US population is a chromium deficient nation due to over indulgence in these refined grain products. Excessive iron intake, red meat or non-supplementary, deplete Chromium levels through urine

Lack of Calcium links to dry skin, brittle nails, high blood pressure, tooth decay, tingling in fingers, chronic itching and lethargy.

Calcium links 1805 genes and links to human genetic disorders uncovered in 1470 diseases with mutated CA2+. Calcium is tightly regulated by two main hormonal systems to parathyroid hormone and vitamin D. A key role of calcium transport in the intestine, bone and /or kidney or in calcium homeostasis.

Lack of Iodine links to low body temperature, weakness, fatigue, swollen or sore tongue, cold hands and /or feet, pale skin and weak nails.

Lack of Magnesium links to sleeping difficulties, muscle spasms, pain, anxiety, depression, infertility, PMS, headache and fatigue.

Magnesium is involved in the uptake of calcium and potassium. A magnesium deficiency tends to promote a deficiency in both calcium and potassium.

Lack of Potassium links to abdominal bloating, cramps, heart palpitations, nausea to vomiting, ringing in ears, feeling dizzy and constipation.

Lack of Selenium links to a slow metabolism, slow wound healing, memory problems, hair loss, dry hair, infertility and a low immune system.

Lacking zinc, we have a weak immunity, allergies, thinning hair, acne or rashes, infections and diarrhea.

By testing the minerals and vitamins in the body will help you understand your own mineral profile and what you will need to work on to rebalance the mineral profile to regain control of your own body and future health.

The minerals that test which are affected will guide you in the future regarding retesting or hair analysis that you can have done to help understand your body a little better.

CPT Code Mineral Normal Range

82108 Al Aluminum 0 - 15.0ug/L Heavy metal

82175 As Arsenic 0 - 13.0ug/L Heavy metal

83018 Bi Bismuth 0 - 5.0ug/L

82300 Cd Cadmium 0 - 5.0ug/L Heavy metal

82310 Ca Calcium 8.5 - 10.1mg/dL

82435 Cl Chloride 98 - 107.0mmol/L

83789 Co Cobalt ≤ 1.0ug/L

82495 Cr Chromium ≤ 5.0ug/L

82525 Cu Copper 70 - 140.0ug/dL

82735 F Fluoride < 0.2mg/L

83789I I Iodine

83540 Fe Iron 50 - 170.0ug/dL

83655 Pb Lead 0 - 4.9ug/dL Heavy metal

80178 Li Lithium 0.6 - 1.2mmol/L

83735 Mg Magnesium 1.8 - 2.4mg/dL (Magnesium tested is the blood yet this is only a small portion of the bodies supply as it is stored in our bones)

83785 Mn Manganese

83825 Hg Mercury 0 - 10.0ug/L Heavy metal

82190 Mo Molybdenum < 3.0mcg/L

83885 Ni Nickel

84100 P Phosphorus 2.5 - 4.9mg/dL

84132 K Potassium 3.5 - 5.1mmol/L

84255 Se Selenium

84285 Si Silicon

84295 Na Sodium 136 - 145.0mmol/L

83018 Sn Tin < 4.0mcg/L

83789 V Vanadium 2.0mcg/L

84630 Zn Zinc 60 - 120.0ug/dL

Minerals not always on Standard List

Ge Germanium

S Sulphur

CPT Code

20 Amino Acids with values

82139 Amino Acid - Quantitative 6+

82128 Amino Acid - Qualitative Multiple

B Vitamins Normal Range

84425 B1 Thiamin

84252 B2 Riboflavin 5 - 50.00nmol/L

84591 B3 Niacin 0.50 - 8.45ug/mL

84591 B5 Pantothenic Acid 200 - 1800.00ng/mL

84207 B6 Pyridoxine 5 - 30.00ng/mL

84591 B7 Biotin 221 - 3004.00pg/mL

82746 B9 Folic Acid

82607 B12 Cobalamin Assay 211 - 911.00pg/mL

82608 B12 Cobalamin Binding Capacity

B13 Orotic Acid

B15 Pangamic Acid

Other Vitamins

84590 Vitamin A

Serum vitamin A levels are normal in Sjögren’s syndrome patients and excessive intake of this vitamin can cause fatal liver damage within the patients suffering from Sjogren’s syndrome.

84446 Vitamin E - Tocopherol Alpha

82306 Vitamin D Calcifediol

82307 Vitamin D3 Calcifediol

82652 Dihydroxyvitamin D

Dr. Linus Pauling, two-time Nobel Prize winner, said “you can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency. Without minerals, amino acids and enzymes don’t work and so vitamins and other nutrients don’t get broken down and absorbed properly and we end up with major deficiencies in both vitamins and minerals.”

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