Nutritional Testing

 
 
Spectracell Laboratories – with cellular Analysis of nutrients
 

Blood tests are viewed as important tools to help arrive to a medical diagnosis and after that, to monitor the progress of several prescribed treatments. It can be done on a simple routine physical or an emergency hospitalization. Even though there is an advantage when blood samples are taken from a live or dead body, with or without consent and under various circumstances. They suffer from many flaws, specially regarding nutritional requirements on an individual basis and mostly on patients who fall outside the "normal" range.

Medical science is well aware of the many limitations. Close mineral tolerances in serum samples that are frequently maintained when patients are seemingly healthy, when they go through a medical crises, or when they are terminally ill. Unfortunately, this delays or prevents a more accurate diagnosis, or it requires other, perhaps more expensive diagnostic tools.

As changes in lifestyle, diet, stress, genetics, injuries or aging start to affect a person's well-being, intracellular chemistry reflects many of these changes through variations in nutritional levels, abnormal mineral ratios or general biochemical imbalances. Blood chemistry on the other hand, remains largely unchanged and unaffected, and would give a patient better health. Conventional medicine would now offer the patient a huge selection of pharmacological solutions, aimed at easing the medical "symptoms" and any other side effects that will occur from the treatments.

The most reasonable approach for a patient would be to consult a practitioner, who has the resources to point out the actual intracellular problem areas and to resolve any chemical excesses, deficiencies or nutritional imbalances. If advised, chiropractic / spinal manipulation, (electro)-acupuncture, or health spas for more stress-related episodes could also be considered.

 

Cellular Analysis of nutrients will:

Establish optimal nutritional requirements within the tested criteria
Measure the cellular effects of various diets, supplements, or drugs
Assess the impact of disease processes on biochemical levels (and vice versa)
Monitor an individual's nutritional status for maintenance.

The measuring technique is based on testing the inducing nerve point potential of all cell receptors which correspond to essential trace minerals. The calculated average is used to establish a reference range and mineral ratio profile. The measuring current is limited to a few micro amps, which is totally pain-less and harmless, even when testing infants or patients with pacemakers. Measurements can be taken along the extremities in human patients.

Each electric nerve potential varies with the intracellular level of the nutrient it corresponds to and changes as the matching chemical is increased or decreased through supplementation, drugs, diet, and various disease processes. Under certain circumstances, particularly when excessively low - serum levels and cellular levels of trace minerals are quite close, however by nature, they represent different physiological and pathological processes, so they need to be interpreted differently.


 
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