Advanced TRS Case Study
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Aluminum started being excreted in higher amounts after the 30 day collection point. All levels are well below the upper reference range. Aluminum like lead is difficult to remove. You did show increased excretion after 30 days.
Antimony went to almost 0 in the 90 day period. This was never a health issue for you. You started at .033 ppm and after 90 days on Advanced TRS your level was .001 ppm.
Arsenic showed dramatic results with 285% above baseline to 31% above baseline during the entire course of this study. This indicates that you are continually being exposed to arsenic. I am suspecting your water supply as that is the most common source of arsenic. I would suggest you have your water tested to see what is in the water as soon as possible.
Barium, Cadmium & Cesium
Barium & Cadmium showed moderate increases in excretion at the 90 day collection. All levels were unremarkable.
Calcium appeared to be unaffected during the course of this study. All levels were unremarkable.
Chromium exhibited active excretion after the 60 day data point by over 50% above baseline. The chromium really started coming out of your system at the 60 and 90 day test points.
Copper started being actively excreted after the 60 day data point by 80% above baseline.
Iron was erratic in the results via urine analysis. The cause of this is unknown. No observed excretion due to the Advanced TRS was observed. I believe the erratic results could be a result of the iron supplement you are taking. You never excreted iron above your baseline results, and several tests were below detection limits.
Lead was not affected until the 60 to 90 day period. The 90 day urine analysis report shows a 14% above baseline excretion level. Your starting level was 0.7 ppm. Your levels were pretty stable until the day 90 test when you showed an active excretion. As the upper limit is 0.4 ppm, you still have some cleanup to do on the lead. The Advanced TRS does appear to be removing the lead from your system very well though.
Magnesium exhibited active excretion after the 14 day data point by over 40% above baseline. As the baseline result is above upper limit of the reference range, it is recommended that you review the use of a magnesium supplement.
Manganese exhibited active excretion after the 60 day data point by over 163% above baseline.
Mercury showed a dramatic improvement of excretion in the first 14 days with the majority being excreted in that time frame. Your starting levels were 1.33 ppm. Your 2 day results were 2.82 ppm, 7 day was 2.85 ppm, day 14 was 7.79 ppm, day 30 was 1.01 ppm, day 60 was 1.05 ppm, and day 90 was 1.33 ppm. The upper reference is 2.19 ppm. This is a dramatic release of mercury from your system, especially in the first two weeks of taking Advanced TRS.
Molybdenum had the most activity at the 2 day data point with levels over the 90 day study going to almost 0.
Nickel started being actively excreted after the 30 day data point by over 100% above baseline. I suspect this is from your jewelry making. Your starting level was 2.6 ppm, with the 90 day level being 5.38 ppm. With an upper reference range of 4.0 ppm, you are excreting toxic levels on nickel which is great for your overall health.
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Potassium exhibited active excretion after the 60 day data point by over 33% above baseline. AS the baseline result is above upper limit of the reference range, it is recommended that you review the use of a potassium supplement.
Rubidium started being actively excreted after the 30 day data point by 33% above baseline.
Selenium, Strontium & Sulfur
Selenium, Strontium & Sulfur appeared to be unaffected during the course of this study. All levels were unremarkable.
Tin showed a 60% increase over baseline after the 60 day data point.
Tungsten, Cobalt, & Lithium
Tungsten, Cobalt, & Lithium appeared to be unaffected during the course of this study. All levels were unremarkable.
Vanadium exhibited two periods of active excretion; between 2 and 14 days, and between 60 and 90 days by about 90% above baseline.
Zinc exhibited active excretion after the 30 day data point by 185% above baseline. As the baseline result is at the upper limit of the reference range, it is recommended that you review the use of a zinc supplement. Your zinc started very high at 652 ppm. The upper reference range is 63 to 688 ppm; your 60 day test was 1720 ppm, and the 90 day was 1862 ppm. With zinc being a major component of solders and other jewelry making processes, as well as prevalent in photography and print making processes, I would encourage you to be very aware of your zinc levels.
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