How do I find out if I have Metal Sensitivity? Ask your Beyond Biology healthcare practitioner about Metal Sensitivity testing to learn
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What can I do if I have Metal Sensitivity?
• Support your immune system. Take supplements that support your body’s natural detoxification system (immune). Supporting a healthy immune system can help your body to process foreign materials more quickly.
• Test family members of those who have sensitivities.
Self-Quiz: Circle your responses.
Do you experience headaches or other pain for no obvious reason? YES NO
Are you sometimes nervous, sad, or forgetful for no obvious reason? YES NO
Have you had dental work done? YES NO
Do you or did you have any implants: screws, pacemakers, etc.? YES NO
Do you have any tattoos or piercings? YES NO
Do you eat a lot of fish and/or seafood? YES NO
Do you or have you ever smoked? Have you been/are you exposed to second-hand smoke? YES NO
Is your skin sensitive to cosmetics or jewelry? YES NO
Have you ever lived close to factories, industrial plants, highways, airports, crematories, or dental offices? YES NO
Have you ever used an intra-uterine device (IUD)? YES NO
Have you ever experienced a breast biopsy? (Metal biopsy markers are often used.) YES NO
Have you ever had a negative response to a vaccine? YES NO
Melisa® (MEmory Lymphocyte Immuno-Stimulation Assay) From Neuroscience
Exposure to metals at subtoxic levels can cause health issues by triggering Type-IV delayed hypersensitivity mediated by memory T cells. These profiles are suggested for patients with symptoms of metal hypersensitivity or who may have been exposed to metals present in: dental amalgams and implants, orthopedic and electrical implants, cosmetics and jewelry, foods and cookware, other occupational exposures, or thimerosal, a preservative in some vaccines.
- Arsenic Acid
- Inorganic Mercury
- Titanium Calcium
- Titanium Dioxide