Meta metrix/ GENOVA Toxic Effects Core

Meta metrix/ GENOVA – Toxic Effects Core

Toxic body burden is the lifelong accumulation of chemicals to which we are exposed through our food, air, and environment. This accumulation is not without consequences, and chronic health conditions like autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases, as well as cancer and even diabetes, have been associated with ongoing exposure to environmental toxins.

Research has shown that this toxic exposure is seen very early in life, where even infants who are protected by the placental barrier, have had signs of in-utero toxic exposure. A 2005 Environmental Working Group (EWG) investigation found over 200 toxic compounds in the cord blood of 10 newborns.

It can be challenging to identify environmental toxins in the body, related to a patients symptoms do to such a wide range of variety of toxic-chemical exposures. The Toxic Effects CORE (Chemical Occurrence & Related Exposure) profile is intended to support this investigation in the clinical practice. It narrows down the areas with toxic burden that can be related to chronic symptoms in the patient.

ACTIONABLE RESULTS: The test results gives the physician an insight into their patients toxic exposures, in order to developed a treatment to manage body burden and lifestyle changes, to stop the ongoing exposure.

QUANTIFIABLE ANALYSIS: Toxic Effects CORE measures levels of a patient’s exposure in comparison to population levels.

CLINICAL SOLUTIONS: they are reader-friendly reports with a detailed interpretive guide and supplementary support from our Medical Educators.


Common Sources of Exposure:

A Few Commonly Associated Conditions:

Certain foods (fish, fatty meats, produce)
Industrial products (adhesives, paints)
Petroleum products (gasoline additives, car exhaust)
  Personal care products (perfumes and cosmetics)
Household cleaners and air fresheners
Contaminated soil and water
  Cigarette smoke
Neuromuscular/neurological issues
Developmental delays (children))
  Autoimmune diseases
Chemical sensitivities
Hormonal imbalances
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