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At-Home Toxicity Test

At-Home Toxicity Test

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The Lab Me At Home Metal Toxicity Test uses ICP-MS, the gold standard for element analysis, which allows for high specificity and sensitivity into the parts-per-trillion.

Exposure to dangerous heavy metals or insufficiency of nutritional elements affects health profoundly. Testing elements in the most appropriate sample type is important for proper assessment.  The Lab Me at-home metal toxicity test is an excellent way to detect dangerous exposure.

Results are delivered 5-7 days after the lab receives your sample.  It includes licensed M.D. recommendations via PDF format using HIPAA and SOK2 compliant encryption.  For all Lab Me premium tests, you are able to contact our medical team with any questions you may have about your results for no extra charge.

Note: This is not a diagnostic test and cannot confirm any specific illness or disease. Further testing and medical consultation may be required to determine the cause of abnormal results.

What tests are included?
  • Arsenic (As),
  • Bromine (Br),
  • Cadmium (Cd),
  • Copper (Cu),
  • Iodine (I),
  • Lithium (Li),
  • Magnesium (Mg),
  • Mercury (Hg),
  • Selenium (Se),
  • Zinc (Zn),
  • Zn:Cu Ratio,
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All Lab Me tests are performed by high-complexity CLIA certified and CAP-accredited laboratories.

 

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Who Should Consider Taking This At-Home Toxicity Test ?

Getting too much, and sometimes too little, of various elements has consequences for our overall health. Who should consider heavy metals and essential elements testing? Anyone who:

Smokes

Has exposure to private well water or aging pipes

Is concerned about heavy metals in foods like vegetables, rice, and seafood

Has mercury dental work

Lives in an older home or near an industrial area

Has thyroid-related health issues

Symptoms and Reasons to Test
Normal Ranges
Why track?
Should I take the test?
Additional Info

Symptoms and Reasons to Test

The At Home Metal Toxicity Test Is Encouraged If You Are:

  • A smoker
  • Hobbies that expose you to heavy metals
  • Have or have had mercury dental fillings 
  • Have health issues that could be a result of nutritional deficiencies
  • Imbalances of essential elements
  • Work in a factory that uses heavy metals
  • Breathe in old lead paint dust when you fix up your home
  • Eat fish caught in an area with high levels of mercury
  • Use herbal medicines that have heavy metals in them
  • Use dinnerware that hasn’t been coated well enough to prevent heavy metals from contaminating food
  • Drink water contaminated with heavy metal.

Creatinine is measured in all samples to correct results for urine dilution

Normal Ranges

The At Home Metal Toxicity Test Is Encouraged If You Are:

  • A smoker
  • Hobbies that expose you to heavy metals
  • Have or have had mercury dental fillings 
  • Have health issues that could be a result of nutritional deficiencies
  • Imbalances of essential elements
  • Work in a factory that uses heavy metals
  • Breathe in old lead paint dust when you fix up your home
  • Eat fish caught in an area with high levels of mercury
  • Use herbal medicines that have heavy metals in them
  • Use dinnerware that hasn’t been coated well enough to prevent heavy metals from contaminating food
  • Drink water contaminated with heavy metal.

Creatinine is measured in all samples to correct results for urine dilution

Why Track?

Should I Take The Test?

Additional Info

Chronic Toxicity

You get this after contact with a low dose over a long time. As the metal builds up in your body, you can get sick. Symptoms come on slowly and can include:

Drinking water with lead in it can lead to cognitive problems and slower development in kids. Infants who drink formula mixed with tap water are at especially high risk if their drinking water is contaminated.

Lead has been banned from plumbing for years, but it still gets into the water supply from old lines. Some water filters will remove it from your water, but if you’re concerned about the level of lead in your drinking supply, you can request a water test.

Heavy Metal Poisoning Diagnosis

Different tests can check for different types of heavy metals. Some might test your blood or pee. Others might require an X-ray. These tests can help your doctor decide if you have heavy metal poisoning, how severe it is, and which heavy metals are involved. They include:

  • The Lab Me at-home metal toxicity test
  • CBC (complete blood count)
  • Kidney function tests
  • Testing for proteins in the urine
  • Liver function tests
  • Imaging tests (abdominal radiographs)
  • Electrocardiogram

We are all exposed to different amounts of essential and toxic elements depending on where we live, our diet and supplementation routine, and environmental pollution of the air we breathe. Essential elements are only conducive to optimal health when they are within optimal ranges – levels that are too low or too high can have detrimental effects on health – and exposure to toxic heavy metals has multiple adverse health effects.

This comprehensive profile allows a complete assessment of the most important elements implicated in health-related effects, as it includes a measure of both short and long term exposure to all 4 of the most toxic environmental heavy metals, as well as highlighting nutritional element deficiencies earlier than a typical serum test.

How to collect your sample

Lab Me’s at home test kits include everything you need for collection and can be ordered online. When your sample has been collected and allowed to dry completely, return the dried strips and completed paperwork in the pre-addressed, pre-paid packaging and mailer bag provided with the kit. Once Lab Me has received your sample, results will be returned to you and/or your health care provider in approximately 5 to 7 business days.
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Lab Me Works

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Get Your Lab Me Kit

Order online and choose how often you’d like a test. We’ll mail your kit and it’ll be in your hands within only a few days.

2

Perform Your Test

Your kit contains everything you need to test from home. When you’re done, use the pre-paid envelope to send it back

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Rapid, Accurate Results

Once we receive the test and process it, the results will be on your dashboard within 48 hours.

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