Update: 23 May 2015

There is a Better Way

A world-wide paradigm shift in how health problems are analyzed and resolved.

The results from a Tissue Mineral Analysis (hTMA) show whether your body's nutritional demands are being supported adequately. Then a corrective protocol is used to balance essential minerals, and replace toxic heavy-metals with biologically preferred nutrient minerals.

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A noninvasive, laboratory Tissue Mineral Analysis (hTMA) tests for essential nutrient mineral levels, and ratios. The hTMA lab report provides comprehensive information about your nutritional status, and toxic load. With corrective nutrition, you can optimize cell transmembrane potential. When individual cells are functioning optimally, cellular energy production improves. This improves the immune response to help prevent illness, and increases overall energy, enabling you to manage stress more effectively.

Why get a Tissue Mineral Analysis (hTMA)?

  1. hTMA can determine if your diet is providing adequate nutrition to support your unique metabolic needs.
  2. hTMA is an affordable, non-invasive medical screen that provides baseline information about your current state of health, and provides early detection of trends toward disease.
  3. hTMA takes the guesswork out of taking nutritional supplements. Identify which supplements are helping, and which may be doing harm. Save money and gain the most benefit from your supplement strategy.
  4. hTMA is an EPA recommended toxicological-screen that is used worldwide for biomonitoring. The hTMA lab report shows levels and ratios of key toxic elements (e.g., copper toxicity).
  5. hTMA can identify the underlying cause of a health problem and a direct corrective protocol to balance biochemistry.
  6. hTMA can be used to enhance performance (maximize your potential physical and cognitive function).

How to get started

This website is a free, non-commercial resource for information about the science of hTMA and related topics. If you are interested in hTMA, we recommend that you work with a qualified practitioner.

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