Re: Help interpreting hair analysis - results posted
- Subject: Re: Help interpreting hair analysis - results posted
- Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 21:22:13 -0000
- Yahoo! Message Number: 71186
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This is a GSDL test. The hair test was conducted on a 6yr old male.
It looks pretty normal to me.
Unless 4 of the essential and other elements are all the way to the
edge, which I would guess they are not from the numbers.
Even with the DDI test, 6 year olds are the hardest to be sure on, and
GS doesn't have as tight of normal ranges for them.
Sorry not to be more helpful, but I'd say you don't have a lot more
information than you did before you ran the hair test. You could run
another, try chelating for a round or two, or assume this "normal"
really IS normal and look into things other than heavy metals.
Andy . . .. . . . . . . .. . .
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