Testing for Neuro-Toxicity

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Muscle (or reactive leg length) testing 

bulletThe most effective way to determine 
bulletif toxicity present
bulletthe level it is present on

Laboratory blood analysis 

bulletCan only tell which toxins are in the blood stream
bulletMay have limited use for Level 3 toxins. 
bulletCan not identify the toxins at levels deeper than Level 3

Hair analysis 

bulletHave found a lack of inter-lab reliability
bulletWill only show the toxins that have specific affinity for hair cells. It may not give a total picture of neuro-toxicity. 
bullet Not able to identify stored in the deepest levels. (See note** below).

** A recent study (reported in the August 2003 International Journal of Toxicity) compared mercury levels in first cut hair of normal children with and children diagnosed with autism. To the researchers surprise it found that autistic children had a significantly lower level of mercury in their hair than did normal children. This indicates that in autism the body may be unable to excrete mercury that is stored in levels deeper than hair cells, such as brain tissue, and therefore does not show up in the hair. In this study normal and autistic children had similar exposures to mercury, which included maternal diet and vaccinations. See study details

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