A thorough panel of 39 of the most inflammatory environmental toxins detected in urine including plasticizers, pesticides, and much more.
Symptoms and conditions associated with exposure to excessive environmental toxins:
Fatigue and weakness
Chronic burning in the throat and nasal passages
Shortness of breath
Loss of balance
Depression and/or anxiety
Heightened sensitivity to chemicals and foods
Morning stiffness and/or joint pain
Slower reaction time
Poor memory, difficulty finding words
Unusual skin sensations, tingling and numbness
Increased urinary frequency or increased thirst
Diarrhea and/or bloating
Tearing, disorientation, metallic taste in mouth
Facts About Environmental Toxins
Environmental toxins (toxicants) are substances produced endogenously from the human body and when absorbed, inhaled, or ingested, can cause acute or chronic toxic overload, which may manifest in a variety of biological organ, tissue, and cellular-level systems.
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