Extreme Health introduces Hair Test for Children Exposed to Lead Tainted Toys

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Parents concerned about the exposure of their children to lead tainted toys and jewelry from China can screen their child for lead poisoning with an Easy-To-Use but comprehensive hair test. This test is painless, non-intrusive and inexpensive but provides meaningful results.

Parents concerned about the exposure of their children to lead tainted toys and jewelry from China can screen their child for lead poisoning with an Easy-To-Use but comprehensive hair test. This test is painless, non-intrusive and inexpensive but provides meaningful results.

"With all this coverage about lead tainted toys from China and parents understandably concerned as a result, we wanted to step forward and introduce our Hair Test Kit as a tool for parents to accurately ascertain the lead toxicity of their children," said Michele Payne-Salomon, President and Founder of Extreme Health Inc.

Extreme Health Inc.'s Hair Test Kit is a safe, easy-to-use, and reliable screen that uses a small hair sample to measure mineral and toxin levels. Hair samples show the long-term accumulation of minerals and toxic elements in the body's system. Hair is nourished from the bloodstream where minerals and toxics are found. This non-invasive and inexpensive screen provides accurate laboratory analysis without leaving the comfort of home.

"When someone orders a screen, they will be sent a complete kit. the required hair sample and send it back to us in the prepaid return mailer provided. Within 7-10 working days of receiving the sample, the results are sent to the consumer. No matter where the consumer live sin the US they can mail in the hair test and have their children tested for $85.95," said Michele Payne-Salomon.

This test enables the consumer to read their results and compare them to the general population. They can then work with their healthcare provider to develop an appropriate program to maintain and promote good health

It is not intrusive and is painless for the child. If the hair is short, stainless steel thinning shears may be used.

There are no special diet restrictions for the Hair Test. However, the Hair Test cannot be performed on hair that has been premed, dyed or bleached in the past two months. Also, shampoos with dyes, colorings or special chemicals must be discontinued for three days prior to cutting hair sample. We recommend using Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo® 14 days before collecting sample. Your hair must be dry when collecting the sample.

The test will also screen for other toxic heavy metals besides Lead: such as: Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Bismuth, Cadmium, Mercury, Nickel and Tin.

If anyone is concerned that their child has been exposed to lead or any other heavy metal toxin this test will provide a clear indication of the toxicity in the body.

Extreme Health Inc. is a leader in detoxification with its industry standard, Detox Heavy Metals Oral Chelation Formula and its Liver Cellular Rejuvenation Support Formula for the liver,the primary detoxification organ.

"Extreme Health Inc. prides itself on offering leading edge safe products moderately price to help keep family's healthy. We think it is important at this time that all the parents no matter where they live in the US have a way to determine the lead levels of their children," stated Michele Payne-Salomon.

For more information please visit http://www.extremehealthusa.com or phone 1-800-800-1285

Please Note:
Results and information are for personal use only, are not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease or other conditions, and are not intended to provide a determination or assessment of the state of health. Many factors influence mineral status, and this product reviews only 20 of these factors. Always consult with a licensed health care professional to interpret screen results and/or make health care decisions. This screen was developed and its performance characteristics determined by Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. It has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

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