HAIR HEALTH & TRACE ELEMENTS: A Key to Lustrous Hair for Indians

India is a country famous for its cultural diversity, rich heritage, and, among many other things, the voluminous and glossy hair of its residents. The envy of people globally, Indian hair is often characterized by its thickness, luster, and natural dark color. However, in recent years, an increasing trend of hair related issues such as hair fall, premature greying, and dullness has led to a growing concern among us.

THE IMPACT OF RAPID URBANIZATION ON HEALTH – Insights from Hair Mineral Analysis in India

As an Indian resident, I’ve experienced firsthand the rapid urbanization occurring across the country. Our cityscapes have been reshaped by skyscrapers, our roads bristle with traffic, and our lifestyle has undergone a complete overhaul in the last few decades. While this progress has brought many benefits, it has also been linked to some adverse health impacts. One way we can gauge these impacts is through the use of hair mineral analysis.

UNDERSTANDING MINERAL IMBALANCES IN OUR HEALTH: A Perspective on Dietary Habits in India through Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis

India, a land of diverse cultures, traditions, and cuisines, is also characterized by significant variations in dietary patterns across its vast expanse. However, these dietary diversities often contribute to distinct mineral imbalances in our bodies, leading to a range of health issues. One way to identify these imbalances is through Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA), a diagnostic tool that offers insights into our body’s mineral status and toxic metal accumulation. This article aims to shed light on how our dietary habits can influence these mineral imbalances, and how HTMA can play a crucial role in understanding and correcting them.

HEAVY METAL TOXICITY – Diagnosis and Detoxification

Toxic metal compounds such as mercury, cadmium, lead, arsenic, and aluminum pose a serious threat to human health. They can accumulate in the body and cause various diseases, such as neurological disorders, cardiovascular problems, respiratory diseases, and even cancer. Therefore, it is important to monitor the levels of heavy metals in the body and take steps to remove them if they are present in excessive amounts.

DIABETES AND MINERAL IMBALANCES: An Emerging Health Concern in India

India is home to an estimated 77 million people with diabetes, the second-highest in the world, after China. This is a sobering figure, especially given the integral link between diabetes and imbalances in the body’s mineral levels. Minerals play a crucial role in maintaining glucose and insulin levels. For instance, chromium, magnesium, and zinc have been found to improve insulin sensitivity. Research has shown that diabetes can alter these mineral levels in the body, potentially exacerbating the condition.

DIABETES AND HEAVY METALS: Is There a Connection? Uncovering the Impact of Heavy Metals on Diabetes in India

Diabetes is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases affecting millions of people worldwide. The situation in India is particularly alarming, as the country is grappling with a growing diabetes epidemic. There are various factors that contribute to the development of diabetes, including genetics, lifestyle, and environmental factors. In recent years, scientists have begun to investigate the possible links between exposure to heavy metals and diabetes. In this article, we will explore this issue and the scientific evidence that suggests a connection between these two problems.


Minerals are essential for proper bodily function, and deficiencies can lead to many health problems. In today’s article, we will compare mineral supplementation in liquid form with supplementation in tablet form in terms of effectiveness, absorption, and convenience of use. Find out which option is best for you and how you can improve your health through proper supplementation.

HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATION IN INDIA: How Hair Mineral Analysis Helps in Effective Diagnosis and Monitoring

India faces a significant challenge due to heavy metal pollution, with contaminants such as lead, mercury, and cadmium affecting various aspects of life. The impact of these pollutants on human health can be severe, leading to neurological disorders, gastrointestinal problems, and even cancer. As a rapidly developing nation, India needs to address this growing concern to ensure the well-being of its citizens.

HOW TO CURE THE POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME? Causes and natural methods to prevent the PCOS

To solve the problem, find its cause – said in the context of health problems Dr. John Bergman, an outstanding doctor and researcher, specialist in holistic medicine, author of many scientific publications. Treating the symptoms of the disease alone may not be effective. The only right and proper direction is to identify and remove the root cause of the ailment. Dr. Bergman’s thesis can be used as an effective therapy for many health problems. Is it also possible in the case of polycystic ovary syndrome, a disorder with which, according to statistics, about 10-15% of women of reproductive age struggle with. So, let’s look for the primary sources of this disease and try to identify natural methods to treat it.

GADOLINIUM – is it dangerous?

Gadolinium is an element from the group of rare earth metals, the high concentration of which can lead to serious health disorders. Most often, we get poisoned by gadolinium through inhalation, ingestion or through the skin. In this article, we will present the harmful effects of high levels of gadolinium in the body, the main sources of poisoning, its symptoms, effective diagnostics, as well as ways to cleanse the body of excess gadolinium.


According to the World Health Organization, in 2020 depression became the second leading cause of disability in the world, after back pain and joint pain. It affects 350 million people in the world, and this is the best proof that depression is a huge problem and, at the same time, an excellent business for pharmaceutical companies that earn millions from the sale of antidepressants.

PLANT SUPPORT IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE phytotherapy – help from nature

We all expect old age, which will bring us joy and a sense of fulfillment in life. At the same time, we would like to be aware that our perception of the world will not be affected by dementia processes. Unfortunately, the statistics are inexorable and clearly show that about 4% of us after the age of 65 may suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. The number of cases is growing drastically among 80-year-olds and is already 30%. Additionally, each year these numbers increase.

LITHIUM, the element of longevity, part 2 – what are the symptoms of lithium deficiency and when is it worth supplementing?

If your child starts having problems in both learning and behavior, it is worth thinking about lithium and checking whether its level in EHA is appropriate. This is especially true for children on the autism spectrum. Lithium is also very helpful in treating ADHD as well as post-traumatic stress or long-term chronic stress, such as

LITHIUM, the element of longevity, part 1 – mechanism of action

Lithium compounds have been the most popular mood stabilizers for years. Lithium was first used pharmacologically in the 19th century and is known to have a preventive effect on recurrent depression. After the discovery of the anti-manic effects of lithium, it has been used for over sixty years in the treatment of bipolar disorder in

HASHIMOTO DISEASE – Regain control of your hormones

Hashimoto’s disease is a chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis. The disease belongs to the group of autoimmune diseases. The immune system considers the thyroid gland to be a foreign body that it intends to fight. The entire process begins to produce antibodies that attack the cells of this organ. DIAGNOSTICS The most important tests to diagnose Hashimoto’s

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE part 2 – How to keep your brain healthy with diet and supplements

There is a temporal relationship between the emergence of disease epidemics autoimmune and neurodegenerative (which we can de facto include in the former groups). We associate the severity of these diseases with the mid-nineties, i.e., the moment when we started to change the composition of food, add to it various toxins, which initiated the process of destroying the intestinal mucosa and consequently led to the leaky gut syndrome and autoimmune processes. Alzheimer’s disease is progressive neurodegenerative disease that was first described in 1906 by the German neuropathologist Alois Alzheimer.

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE part 1 – Causes and prevention based on the latest research

Alzheimer’s is a neurodegenerative disease that usually develops very gradually and is very complex. From seemingly insignificant problems with concentration, through small memory loss to the development of dementia disorders noticeable by everyone else. The causes of Alzheimer’s have not been fully understood; hence it is impossible to present one effective one way to prevent it. However, the development of medical sciences, the involvement of scientific teams around the world and the results of their latest research shed some light on the mechanism the development of Alzheimer’s disease and hence in ways to prevent it.

Diet therapy and supplementation supporting speech development in autistic children

Speech is one of the most important forms of human activity, and its disturbances have consequences in both social and cognitive functioning. It develops by leaps and bounds. At the beginning it is a cry, scream, whining, an attempt to communicate with the environment. About the second month we may observe babbling, that is sounds

Constipation – prevention and treatment

The 21st century is not conducive to gut health. Stress, poor diet, antibiotics and environmental pollution have a negative impact on the digestive system. That’s why dieticians often see people with digestive disorders in their clinics – almost half of all clients have this type of ailment. Of course, each case must be approached individually.

The vegan diet and iron deficiency – must one always accompany the other?

It’s widely believed that vegans and vegetarians are very susceptible to iron deficiency because as we know, the reason for insufficient iron is not enough being supplied in food to meet the body’s needs. Unfortunately, often, a seemingly healthy but actually poorly designed plant-based diet not only doesn’t have enough iron but also hinders iron absorption due to the presence of fibre, phytates, oxalates and polyphenols. So how can we balance the vegetarian and vegan menus to not risk anaemia and other dangerous effects of iron deficiency, and is this even possible?

Effective diagnostics of the causes of excessive hair loss and balding EHA – elemental hair analysis

Excessive hair loss is a problem that affects both women and men. Physiologically, we lose 50 to 100 telogen hair (hair in the resting stage) every day. If it’s more than this, we’re dealing with balding, which affects scalp hair, although not all areas of the scalp are equally susceptible to it. From the point

Hashimoto’s disease – why mineralization is so important

Hashimoto’s disease is the most common cause of thyroiditis and one of the most common causes of goitre, i.e. enlargement of the thyroid gland. Dr Anna Romaniuk in her lecture, explains the causes of this disease, the most important effects and possible causes of dealing with it. Dr. also notes the important role of EHA