• Infants - including in utero development and children
• Couples involved in preconception planning or infertility
• People with multiple and repeated toxicant exposures - jobs and hobbies
• People with immune impairment
• People with poor nutrient status
• People experiencing significant weight loss - post bariatric surgery
• Elderly - as toxicants bioaccumulate over time
Additionally, the impact of various exposures (whether individual, simultaneous, sequential, or cumulative over a lifetime) may not be simply additive. Instead, combinations of exposures may have synergistic effects that intensify or otherwise alter their impact, when compared with the effects of each contaminant alone.
The presence of toxicants can be a burden, hindering from healing and responding to treatment. The Environmental Toxins test can help identify your specific toxic burden and together with your provider, help avoid further exposure.