Clinic Testing Tools

pH Acid/Alkaline Balance Test

The pH Test is an accurate urinary test to measure the acid/alkaline balance of your body.

Why is urinary pH important?
Subtle changes to the pH of the body can have substantial impacts on a range of health conditions, including stress, bone density, pain, muscle mass and hormonal balance. Urinary pH is a good measure of the ‘acid-load’ within the body.

Zinc Tally Taste Test

Zinc Taste Test provides a quick and reliable clinical test for the assessment of zinc status.

In Australia 75% of women and 45% of men do not receive the RDA for zinc in their diets. Zinc status can be difficult, as most of the body’s zinc stores are in the bones. Hair analysis levels in sweat, blood serum or white blood cells all require considerable (and costly) laboratory work.

It provides patients with a simple and inexpensive screening method for determining the need for zinc. By using the oral Zinc Taste Test to determine the need for zinc, and retesting after 30 days of supplementation, one can not only determine zinc requirements, but also monitor the patient to be sure they are properly absorbing their zinc. Numerous research studies have found that sub-optimal levels of zinc are very common at all ages, especially in the elderly.

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Iridology or Iris Diagnosis reveals the relationship with the function and condition of the body and where potential problems are likely to be found that may inhibit effective fat loss.

Our specialised Iridology Camera takes digital photographs of your eye making everything apparent. Detailed analysis of patterns and their characteristics, markings, colours and fibre structure are matched to the iris chart. The chart is divided into zones that correspond to specific organs and parts of your body. Your iris may show areas that are inflamed, distressed, under or over active or under functioning

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Hair Analysis

Hair mineral analysis (HMA) is a safe, non-invasive test that measures the levels and comparative ratios of nutrients and toxic metals found in hair. Hair mineral analysis can detect whether there is an excess or deficiency of vital nutrient minerals such as calcium, potassium, zinc and iron. It can also identify over-exposure to toxic metals such as aluminum, lead, arsenic and mercury. HMA is an invaluable screening tool in both every day and preventive health care.

This test provides a reading of the minerals deposited in the cells and interstitial spaces of the hair over a 2-3 month period. It does not provide an assessment of the mineral content of other tissues of the body. However, testing the hair can allow one to infer what is occurring in other tissues.

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