Lab Testing

Mineral Cure Lab Testing

Testing for a complete picture of your mineral status.

One way in which we can get a detailed picture of how minerals are playing out in your body is via labwork. We utilize a series of blood tests and Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis.

It is not necessary to have labwork done, but for our detailed consultations we strongly recommend it. Below are links where you can order our required labs directly. We do have affiliate relationships with these companies and by using our links you help contribute to our work without any additional cost to you.

Blood Panels

The Mineral Cure Iron Panel is available directly through Request-a-Test. Please use this link to order. Once ordered through their website, you will go to either Quest or Labcorp to have your blood drawn.

The Mineral Cure Iron Panel includes the following:

  • Ceruloplasmin
  • Copper
  • Ferritin
  • Hemoglobin
  • Iron & TIBC
  • Magnesium RBC
  • Transferrin
  • Vitamin A (Retinol)
  • Vitamin D
  • Zinc

Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA)

The HTMA tests are performed by Trace Elements in Texas. The easiest way to order the HTMA is to use our link with Even Better Now. Click here to be taken to their website. You will go with the first option with results delivered via E-mail.

If you require any assistance with this process, please let us know.

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