Minerals Analysis Test Sydney
Correction of deficiencies and excesses expressed in the OligoScan
The OligoScan report is an analysis used as a current sampling means for the early identification (asymptomatic) at the cellular level of mineral imbalances, accumulation of toxic elements, and as an aid to detect metabolic issues as early as possible.
When starting an OligoScan analysis, the focus is on the overall appearance of the trace-mineral report and the toxicity of heavy metals, and the study of possible trace-mineral imbalances. Interpretation of the different trace-mineral combinations corresponding to the patient’s physiology is necessary.
The overall interpretation of the correction approach is described below.
1. Overall appearance of the trace-mineral report
Life is balanced; disease is life out of balance, which is also called homeostasis.
The trace-mineral report must be balanced around the “OK” axis:
In reality, the report should be balanced like a DNA spiral:
Indeed, the more deviation in the report, the more the patient’s health will be weakened.
The Oligoscan is an analyser or instrument that measures the amount of light emitted by a light source as reflected from the skin in order to determine the concentration of an element in the skin.”
Or the following TGA approved statements:
“The cutting edge Oligoscan makes, in real time, a precise analysis of the minerals in the skin and peripheral blood vessels. No biopsy, blood or hair sample is needed.”
Oligoscan uses Spectrophotometry to measure the optical density of the trace elements, minerals and heavy metals, currently present in the tissues.”