We are bombarded every day from our environment, from the air we breath, the pesticides we ingest, the plastics we use, and the scents that please our nose. Once a person has been exposed, these toxicants undergo several metabolic changes in the process of detoxification and elimination.
These chemicals and metal poisons cause damage to our bodily systems if not efficiently removed daily. Accumulation of these toxicants without proper removal is a major contributor to poor health. Therefore, removal of these toxins is important to achieving overall health.
Ideally when most people think of getting healthy, they think of losing weight and improving their stamina through peek physical performance. But many people ignore another essential part of their journey to a healthy lifestyle: heavy metal detox. In fact, removing toxic metals can help you meet your weight loss goals — heavy metals can cause weight gain.
Heavy metals work their way into your body through your cleaning supplies, food, and even the air you breathe. These metals can then cause bigger health problems like diabetes and depression. It doesn’t help that once heavy metals get into your body they are pretty tough to get out. Signs of high toxin levels include:
There is not an area of our life span that is not influenced by our chemical environment. Human health and longevity is dependent on the human system to rid itself of these daily invaders.
Want to know if heavy metals or chemicals are causing your symptoms? Get started today, your health is important. Testing is a must to determine the impact of these health disrupters. To start, basic labs will be issued to check overall health, hormone levels and inflammatory markers. Below is an explanation of the test kits that are specific to the heavy metals and chemicals and will be explained in detail within the interview process.
These kits will be sent to you, to be administered with detailed explanations on collection, chelating agents to be taken, storage and mailing. Each kit will have a pre-paid package that will be sent via UPS/Fed Ex. These tests are proven and are easy to administer.
The Great Plains Laboratory GPL-TOX (toxic organic chemical profile) measures 168 different toxic chemicals. These compounds fall into the categories of phthalates, benzene, pyrethrin insecticides, xylenes, styrene, fuel additives, 2,4-Dicholrophenoxyacetic (2,4-D), and organophosphate pesticides. Once a person has been exposed, the chemicals undergo several metabolic changes in the process of elimination and detoxification. The test measures the end products in the urine to determine how much chemical exposure has taken place.
Doctors Data Laboratory analysis of the levels of toxic metals in urine after the administration of a metal detoxification agent is an objective way to evaluate the accumulation of toxic metals. Acute metal poisoning is rare. More common, however, is a chronic, low-level exposure to toxic metals that can result in significant retention in the body that can be associated with a vast array of adverse health effects and chronic disease.
For more information on these health disrupting agents go to: CDC Exposure Report and Endocrine Disruptors
What starts the healing process is the relationship between doctor and patient. Being connected with a doctor is lost in todays traditional medical model. We cannot tell you how many people in our physical office love the fact that we take the time to listen to their concerns. Being connected with the patient is the most important part of a relationship. The patient having trust and confidence in our ability and then communicating in a way that builds the bond where we can work together to bring back or maintain proper health. We both grow constantly within our philosophy of restoring health, we constantly learn to bring the latest in advanced techniques and testing.
“We look forward to creating a lasting relationship.” – Dr. Wallace & Dr. Sundermeyer
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The truth is that you don’t have to settle for feeling tired, run down, or overwhelmed, and you don’t have to settle for feeling average. For each of us there is a best that we can feel, and we want to help find that a better you to experience life as it should be – as you want it to be.
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