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Re: Is a hair mineral test really necessary?
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Published: 14 years ago
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Re: Is a hair mineral test really necessary?


Thanks for replying!

I've worked with him before and got good results, but I like to be a DIY'er as much as I can these days. I like to listen to my body and eat foods of different mineral composition when/if I feel I'm deficient. I don't want to have to pop a bunch of pills every day. That's not like Adam & Eve! :-)

The cal/mag tablets I've been taking are full of fillers that may not digest well, so it makes me wonder how much of this stuff is being stored in my body. I'm going to take liquid ionic mins like Concentrace and E-Lyte and hopefully get off the mineral pills.

The DD hair test sounds like a good idea. I may do another one of those. I've had several of them in my lifetime. I don't need to pay Dr. Wilson $150 to interpret it and then pay a lot for the supps he recommends. That may be fine for someone that earns lots of money, but I don't make enough so that I want to spend $1500 a year for a health coach.

Best of health to you!

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