Hair Q Test

A highly accurate test for mineral deficiencies, toxins, and heavy metals in dog to finely tune your dog’s diet and supplement schedule

WHAT A HAIRQ TEST CAN TELL YOU:
  • Find out what minerals are missing in your dog’s diet. 
  • Detect the levels of harmful heavy metals in your dogs system.
  • Help you adjust your dog’s supplement doses.
  • Help prevent disease and cancer.
  • Help prevent premature aging
  • Help maintain proper organ and immune system function

PLEASE NOTE: The HairQ test submission kit is now sent out to you digitally. You will NOT be receiving a package in the mail. Your order will be emailed to you shortly after placing it. The test requires a minimum of a tablespoon, or 125mg of hair, to be cut to run the test. We cannot accept hair that has been brushed out or shed, it must be cut close to the skin. 

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    Hair is formed from clusters of matrix cells that make up the follicles. During the growth phase the hair is exposed to the internal metabolic environment such as the circulating blood, lymph and extracellular fluids.

    As the hair continues to grow and reaches the surface of the skin, its outer layers harden, locking in the metabolic products accumulated during this period of hair formation. This biological process provides us with a blueprint and lasting record of nutritional metabolic activity that has occurred during this time.

    Determining the levels of the elements in the hair is a highly sophisticated analytical technique. When performed to exacting standards and interpreted correctly, it may be used as a screening aid for mineral deficiencies, excesses and/or biochemical imbalances.

    A HairQ test provides you with a sensitive indicator of the long-term effects of diet and toxic metal exposure.

    The HairQ test results were obtained in a government licensed clinical laboratory adhering to analytical procedures that comply with government protocol.

    Elements tested for: 

    Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Copper, Zinc, Phosphorus, Iron, Manganese, Chromium, Selenium, Cobalt, Molybdenum, Sulfur, Uranium, Arsenic, Beryllium, Mercury, Cadmium, Lead, Aluminum, Germanium, Barium, Lithium, Nickel, Platinum, Vanadium, Strontium, Tin, Tungsten and Zirconium.

    Disclaimer: The laboratory test results and the comprehensive report should not  be construed as diagnostic. It is provided only as an additional source of information.