Environmental toxins have permeated all aspects of our lives – the air we breathe, the food we eat, the products we use in our daily lives and the water we drink and usein cooking and bathing.
Testing for exposures can be assessed through the Doctor’s Data Toxic Elements Profiles and Great Plains Laboratory EnviroTox Test. The next step is looking for where those exposures are coming from.
The Comprehensive Drinking Water Analysis from Doctor’s Data is a simple way to test the water that comes into our homes. This test screens for primary and secondary metals, fluoride and pH and compares them to ranges that are acceptable by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Primary Drinking Water Standards have been established by the EPA for those metals that have known or suspected health effects. Water that contains primary metals in concentrations above the EPA’s maximum contaminant limit poses a potentially serious health threat.
Secondary Drinking Water Standards are unenforceable federal guidelines regarding taste, odor, color and certain other non-aesthetic effects of drinking water. Individual states may adopt their own drinking water regulations for these metals.
Indications for This Test
- Suspected exposure to toxins through drinking water.
- General screening of drinking water from your home, work and other places of exposure.
- Elevated level of exposure as revealed by hair or urine toxic element profiles.
- Well water, new water source, new water filtration system, new or old house.
√ Lab Test
√ Doctor’s Review of Test Results
√ Doctor’s Recommended Course of Action
NOTE: This test is not available to residents of New York, Florida or Connecticut. Any orders or samples originating from these states will automatically be canceled.
This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult with your professional health care provider if you are taking any medication.