Hair Tissue Analysis
Majestic Halos uses an independent testing laboratory specializing in hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) for healthcare professionals worldwide. By maintaining an emphasis on a wholistic approach to health care treatment, Majestic Halos is unique in recognizing the adverse impact of both over-nutrition as well as under-nutrition. By stressing the importance of optimum nutrition and a metabolic balancing approach, therapy can then become much more effective and predictable.
Hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA), is an analytical test which measures your mineral content and heavy metal exposure. Test results reflect how much of these elements are in your tissues and provide a vivid picture of your internal environment, that very few tests can reveal.
Have you ever wondered…?
• Am I getting enough essential vitamins and minerals?
• Am I eating foods that provide enough or perhaps too much of a particular nutrient?
Did you know…
• 90% of people unknowingly have toxic metals such as mercury from fillings, vaccines and pollution.
• Simply taking one-a-day multivitamins doesn’t ensure you are getting everything you need.
• Even if you take supplements, you may not be absorbing them.
• Many nutrients work together so a balance in their relationship is just as important as individual nutrients
• Health concerns such as fatigue, weak immunity and sleep problems can stem from nutrient imbalances?
• Nutrition supplements, when properly used, can have tremendous therapeutic effects. However, taking supplements without first knowing what the body needs, may actually have unintended consequences like causing shortages of other nutrients. This only further complicates health problems by upsetting the natural balance of the body.
• Calcium supplements or high-calcium-containing foods can help prevent osteoporosis in one person, but actually contribute to brittle bones in another.
• Zinc is commonly known to help fight the effects of a virus, but too much zinc can contribute to bacterial infections.
• Copper is an essential nutrient, but excessive amounts can cause depression, weight gain, PMS symptoms and frontal headaches.
• Iron is necessary to prevent anemia, but too much can cause a different type of anemia, and contribute to migraines, arthritis and cancer.