the benefits of oligoscan
Remember your genes contribute to your potential for ill health but in most cases these “unhealthy genes” are only turned on by adverse environmental factors which we can measure and influence.
The Oligoscan is a direct measure of the metals and minerals as they exist in the tissues in the blood of the palm of the hand. It is not dependent on what we can pull out with a chelating agent.
Oligoscan was recently approved for this use by the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Association) in Australia.
How does Oligoscan compare with other tests?
Blood tests are inadequate for the measurement of toxic metals in the body because toxic metals move from the blood into the tissues where they exist in different amounts. With the exception of Iron, which lives and works in the blood, blood levels do not well reflect tissue levels.
Hair Mineral Analysis is a useful tool because it reflects what is moving from the blood into the tissues but it is not so indicative of what has built up in the tissues and is not moving out.
Urine testing is merely a reflection of the blood unless a chelating agent is given prior to the urine test which will attract metals and minerals from the tissues into the blood and then carry them out in the urine.