Analytical Research Labs Inc. Profile IV
The Profile IV is a Progress Test and Comparison Analysis. Included is a complete retesting of your mineral levels to check what changes have taken place in your biochemistry since the previous test. Modifications to the food and supplement program are suggested where there has been significant progress. Because food and supplement recommendations are quite specific, it is stressed that progress tests be done 12 weeks after the initial analysis.
Our Profile IV Hair Analysis by Analytical Research Labs Inc. includes:
- Graphic results of 20 nutritional and toxic mineral levels
- A comprehensive interpretation, in layman terms, (usually 26 pages)
- Stage of stress
- Organs and systems patterns
- Metabolic patterns and trends
- Electrolyte patterns
- Digestion patterns
- Recommendations for foods and supplements
- Program support – Up to 1-hour complementary phone Consultation (included in US orders only) to review results and includes any additional questions while following the program
Note: Supplements from Endo-met Laboratories (ARL) are purchased separately. Tests not available to New York residents. For accuracy, we prefer untreated scalp hair. See FAQ’s.
Profile IV – Retest – Analytical Research Labs Inc.
Total Cost Only
$175 Now Only $164.00 (U.S. only – $11.00 is added for Priority Mail Delivery) NO International Orders!!
To order, see ORDER HAIR ANALYSIS page.
Approximate Turnaround Time: averages 18-28 days
Commonly tested elements:
Nutritional Elements: Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Chromium, Selenium, Phosphorus
Toxic Elements: Arsenic, Mercury, Cadmium, Lead, Aluminum
Additional Elements: Cobalt, Molybdenum, Lithium, Nickel
Significant Mineral Ratios: Calcium/Magnesium, Calcium/Potassium, Sodium/Magnesium, Sodium/Potassium, Zinc/Copper, Calcium/Phosphorous
View a Sample Report from Analytical Research Labs Inc.
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