Minerals

This assessment assesses your essential mineral status.

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What is the Minerals test panel?

A mineral deficit or overload can lead to significant imbalances and be the cause of fatigue and stress. A regular follow-up before taking any dietary supplements can be relevant in order to know specifically what your body needs.

What can we expect from the results of the Minerals profile?

Minerals are essential and deficiencies, which are sometimes clinically silent, can lead to significant metabolic imbalances. This assessment allows you to take stock of your mineral status.

Who is the Minerals profile for?

This report is intended for the following people:

  • those following a specific diet and wishing to check the absence of deficiencies,
  • those suffering from fatigue, stress or repeated infections,
  • patients wishing to take supplements according to their actual needs,
  • patients on supplements who wish to verify the evolution/improvement of their mineral status.

Parameters

Zinc, Selenium, Magnesium, Copper, Iron, Iodine

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Why does the Minerals panel include these test parameters?

The Minerals profile proposes the dosage of the main minerals, essential for the proper functioning of physiological metabolisms, in an exhaustive way and which can enable a more specific, additional exploration according to the potential deficiencies observed.

For further reading...

Wessels, I. L. Zinc as a Gatekeeper of Immune Function. Nutrients 2017, 9, 1286.

Giacconi R et al. Main biomarkers associated with age-related plasma zinc decrease and copper/zinc ratio in healthy elderly from ZincAge study. Eur J Nutr. 2017;56(8):2457-2466.

Zimmermann MB, Hurrell RF. Nutritional iron deficiency. Lancet. 2007;370(9586):511-520.

L R Brilla & T F Haley Effect of magnesium supplementation on strength training in humans., Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 1992 11:3, 326-329.