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Organic Acid Test / Environmental Pollutants Test by US BioTek

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Vitamin deficiencies and imbalances may produce a range of health issues, including fatigue, mood changes, digestive problems, and others. Our comprehensive urinary metabolic profile measures 36 organic acids to create a unique patient biochemistry profile that reflects how well the body is obtaining and utilizing nutrients. A customized diet and lifestyle plan can then be established to address to specific nutritional needs.


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ORGANIC ACIDS TEST (OAT)

Organic acids are chemical compounds excreted in the urine that are end products of metabolism. The Organic Acids Test (OAT) offers a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of a patient’s overall health. Many people with chronic illnesses and neurological disorders often excrete several abnormal organic acids in their urine.

A number of organic acids directly or indirectly indicate deficiencies of critical vitamins and minerals. Vitamins and minerals and other essential nutrients support the body to function optimally. Patterns of organic acids revealed in the urine can serve to identify any problem areas.

Poor digestion and assimilation of our daily foods, exposure to environmental toxins, oxidative stress from free radicals, drug effects, or a special metabolic demand can create deficits or imbalances in essential nutrients. Organic acid testing can evaluate your need for B-vitamins, key antioxidants, mineral and other nutrients that may be lacking as a result of diet and lifestyle habits.

Warning signs that may suggest nutrient insufficiencies are fatigue, memory loss, mood changes, sleep abnormalities, problems maintaining steady blood sugar, dermatitis, headaches, weight gain, anemia, and history of cardiovascular disease risk.

Our goal is to identify your unique nutrient demands for a targeted intervention. The OAT is strongly recommended as the initial screening test for anybody that is interested in improving their health.


HOW THE OAT TEST IS DONE:

Organic acids are chemical compounds excreted in the urine that are end products of metabolism. The Organic Acids Test (OAT) offers a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of a patient’s overall health. Many people with chronic illnesses and neurological disorders often excrete several abnormal organic acids in their urine.


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS PROFILE (EPP)

Increasing levels of toxic exposure can be very subtle and gradual, but over time can have harmful effects. Many toxic chemicals found in our environment are known or suspected to cause serious health problems from long-term exposure.

EPP measures these harmful toxins:

VOLATILE SOLVENTS - found in industry to make a variety of consumer products: plastics, rubbers, lubricants, dyes, detergents, paints, varnishes, glues, furniture wax, adhesives, lacquers, thinners drugs pesticides and more.

PHTHALATES - known as “plasticizers” that make plastic products soft and pliable from food wrap and toys to vinyl flooring and other building materials. They are also used in a variety of cosmetic and body care products including nail polish, moisturizers, and fragrances.

PARABENS - a group of artificial preservatives used to prevent the growth of bacteria and mold to increase product shelf-life. They are used in a variety of cosmetic and body care products and preservative in foods. Exposure to parabens has been linked to allergic skin reactions. Research suggests that parabens are weakly estrogenic and may have a disrupting effect on the hormonal systems of the body.

Exposure to common everyday pollutants may have enormous implications for your health, affecting your immune, nervous and reproductive systems.

The EPP urine can access your exposure to eight common environmental chemicals by measuring fourteen of their metabolites. A metabolite is a byproduct of the original compound resulting from biochemical reactions in the body. The eight common pollutants measured are benzene, styrene, toluene, trimethylbenzene, xylene, phthalate, parabens and methyl tert-butyl ether.

A simple first morning mid-stream urine sample is all that is needed which helps define your body’s toxic burden for a targeted nutritional and detoxification intervention. No refrigeration or overnight shipping is required.

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