Trace elements and minerals, in addition to vitamins and other micronutrients, ensure an optimal performance of the organism and thus prevent nutrition-associated diseases. An imbalance leads to metabolic disturbances, as hardly any physiological process takes place in the organism without the participation of one of these biocatalysts.
There is an increased need for micronutrients, minerals and trace minerals in the human body, especially in children and adolescents (through growth), working people (through regular consumption of fast food and/or stress), the elderly (due to disorders in the absorption of micronutrients caused by age and medication), persons with gastrointestinal disorders, etc. Also, for people using proton pump inhibitors (e.g.omeprazole, pantozole), vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin D3 and calcium should be supplemented. For those using water and diuretic medications, magnesium, potassium and zinc should be given.
Enzyme performance and immunological functions are blocked in the case of inadequate supply, the immune status is weakened, and infections and chronic degenerative diseases occur more frequently.
Since a micronutrient deficiency is not manifested by a clear symptom, it is imperative that we quickly establish an objective picture using a laser spectrometric test. We then use the results of this mineral analysis to support the organism through targeted medication to allow for a smooth flow of the extensive metabolic, immunological and cellular tasks.
Here are a few examples of trace minerals and minerals we analyze:
And many more minerals as well as heavy metals too!