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Heavy Metals Test

$199
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This at-home test measures certain environmental toxins that may affect your overall health and wellness.

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Heavy Metals Test

Heavy metals, which are not always metals at all but may be dense metal-like elements, are found naturally in the environment. They are also used widely in manufacturing and can contaminate soil, air, food, and water. As industrial pollutants, they may be highly persistent and concentrate in the environment. Some of them, such as selenium, are required in trace amounts by the body for normal function but can be toxic at higher levels. Significant concentrations of any of the heavy metals can be irritating or damaging to the body.

The EverlyWell Heavy Metals Test measures your levels of several environmental heavy metals and for creatinine, which is used in this test as a laboratory control to ensure accuracy.

Substances Tested

Arsenic may be found in high levels in soil. Chronic exposure to arsenic leads to distinct skin diseases, such as arsenical keratinosis, and increased risk of skin cancers. Arsenic poisoning can also lead to constriction of blood flow, decreased nerve function, and lung, liver, kidney, bladder, and other cancers.

Mercury is found in many places but is increasingly found in high levels in ocean fish like tuna. High mercury exposure results in permanent nervous system and kidney damage.

Cadmium is used in battery-making. Long-term exposure can lead to kidney, bone and lung disease.

Bromine may be found in the environment, and it is a starting material for flame retardant coatings (it is however not found as Bromine in these coatings). Chronic exposure can lead to lung disorders and systemic poisoning.

Selenium, which is needed in trace amounts for normal body function, can be found in many home products including dietary supplements. Chronic exposure to selenium can cause selenosis, which includes nervous system and skin issues.

Iodine is a naturally occurring element found in sea water and is used in disinfecting agents, soaps, and bandages. Iodine is needed for normal body function, in particular thyroid gland function. High levels or low of iodine may cause thyroid dysfunction.

Urinary Creatinine—a protein found in the urine which is used to normalize the test results.

How It Works

  • Order Heavy Metals test, have it delivered to your doorstep.
  • Complete simple urine sample collection and return via pre-paid shipping label.
  • An independent board-certified physician will review your results.
  • Once verified, you’ll receive your results on our secure platform within just days.
  • Who should take this test?

    Anyone who's at risk of having been exposed to these environmental pollutants or simply wants to be sure the levels of all of their essential elements are where they need to be.

    You might consider taking this test if you...

    • Smoke
    • Are or have been exposed to heavy metals through work, hobbies or dentistry
    • Live in older homes or areas where metals may be present in drinking water
    • Have thyroid-related health issues
    • Have health issues that could result from nutritional deficiencies or imbalances of essential elements

    What will my results tell me?

    Your results will contain your levels of Arsenic, Mercury, Cadmium, Bromine, Selenium, Iodine, and whether they are low, normal, or high as compared to the appropriate standards.

    What guidance will I get along with my results

    EverlyWell will provide tailored advice about how you can eliminate potential sources of harmful pollutants. If you have any deficiencies in essential elements, we will let you know so that you can share this information with your physician and help get you back on track.

    It's always a great idea to share your results with your doctor, and this test will give you and your health professionals a great head start.

    ArsenicMercuryCadmiumBromineSeleniumIodineUrinary Creatinine
    • Fatigue or Feeling Tired
    • Weight Loss
    • Sleep Disturbance
    • Weakness
    • Joint Pain
    • Muscle Pain
    • Skin Issues
    • Headaches or Migraines
    • Abdominal Pain
    • Hair Loss

    Heavy Metals Test

    Heavy metals, which are not always metals at all but may be dense metal-like elements, are found naturally in the environment. They are also used widely in manufacturing and can contaminate soil, air, food, and water. As industrial pollutants, they may be highly persistent and concentrate in the environment. Some of them, such as selenium, are required in trace amounts by the body for normal function but can be toxic at higher levels. Significant concentrations of any of the heavy metals can be irritating or damaging to the body.

    The EverlyWell Heavy Metals Test measures your levels of several environmental heavy metals and for creatinine, which is used in this test as a laboratory control to ensure accuracy.

    Substances Tested

    Arsenic may be found in high levels in soil. Chronic exposure to arsenic leads to distinct skin diseases, such as arsenical keratinosis, and increased risk of skin cancers. Arsenic poisoning can also lead to constriction of blood flow, decreased nerve function, and lung, liver, kidney, bladder, and other cancers.

    Mercury is found in many places but is increasingly found in high levels in ocean fish like tuna. High mercury exposure results in permanent nervous system and kidney damage.

    Cadmium is used in battery-making. Long-term exposure can lead to kidney, bone and lung disease.

    Bromine may be found in the environment, and it is a starting material for flame retardant coatings (it is however not found as Bromine in these coatings). Chronic exposure can lead to lung disorders and systemic poisoning.

    Selenium, which is needed in trace amounts for normal body function, can be found in many home products including dietary supplements. Chronic exposure to selenium can cause selenosis, which includes nervous system and skin issues.

    Iodine is a naturally occurring element found in sea water and is used in disinfecting agents, soaps, and bandages. Iodine is needed for normal body function, in particular thyroid gland function. High levels or low of iodine may cause thyroid dysfunction.

    Urinary Creatinine—a protein found in the urine which is used to normalize the test results.

    How It Works

  • Order Heavy Metals test, have it delivered to your doorstep.
  • Complete simple urine sample collection and return via pre-paid shipping label.
  • An independent board-certified physician will review your results.
  • Once verified, you’ll receive your results on our secure platform within just days.
  • Who should take this test?

    Anyone who's at risk of having been exposed to these environmental pollutants or simply wants to be sure the levels of all of their essential elements are where they need to be.

    You might consider taking this test if you...

    • Smoke
    • Are or have been exposed to heavy metals through work, hobbies or dentistry
    • Live in older homes or areas where metals may be present in drinking water
    • Have thyroid-related health issues
    • Have health issues that could result from nutritional deficiencies or imbalances of essential elements

    What will my results tell me?

    Your results will contain your levels of Arsenic, Mercury, Cadmium, Bromine, Selenium, Iodine, and whether they are low, normal, or high as compared to the appropriate standards.

    What guidance will I get along with my results

    EverlyWell will provide tailored advice about how you can eliminate potential sources of harmful pollutants. If you have any deficiencies in essential elements, we will let you know so that you can share this information with your physician and help get you back on track.

    It's always a great idea to share your results with your doctor, and this test will give you and your health professionals a great head start.

    ArsenicMercuryCadmiumBromineSeleniumIodineUrinary Creatinine

    Potential Symptoms

    • Fatigue or Feeling Tired
    • Weight Loss
    • Sleep Disturbance
    • Weakness
    • Joint Pain
    • Muscle Pain
    • Skin Issues
    • Headaches or Migraines
    • Abdominal Pain
    • Hair Loss

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    Heavy Metals Test
    $199
    Heavy Metals Test
    $199
    Test Your Levels Of Both Essential and Toxic Elements
    This at-home test measures certain environmental toxins that may affect your overall health and wellness.
    Measures
    Levels of Several Environmental Heavy Metals and Minerals
    Collection Method
    Urine
    Heavy Metals Test
    $199
    We accept HSA/FSA payments.
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    What's Measured
    How it Works
    box-in-hand Once you order, the test materials are delivered to your doorstep.
    barcode Enter the barcode included with your kit at EverlyWell.com.
    box-in-mail Complete simple urine sample collection and return via pre-paid shipping label.
    review-results An independent board-certified physician will review your results.
    receive-results Once verified, you’ll receive your results on our secure platform within days.
    What's Included
    Urine cards for collecting your sample
    Collapsible cup for urine collection
    Pre-paid shipping both ways
    Detailed directions to guide you
    Help along the way if you need it
    Biohazard bag for returning your sample
    Your Results
    Your Levels
    Your results will contain your levels of each marker tested, providing you insight into how they compare to the appropriate standards. Easily download your results so you can share directly with your physician.
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    EverlyWell provides tailored insight empowering you to take action based on your results. If you're using EverlyWell tests to manage a chronic condition, track your levels over time within your dashboard.
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    Heavy metals, which are not always metals at all but may be dense metal-like elements, are found naturally in the environment. They are also used widely in manufacturing and can contaminate soil, air, food, and water. As industrial pollutants, they may be highly persistent and concentrate in the environment. Some of them, such as selenium, are required in trace amounts by the body for normal function but can be toxic at higher levels. Significant concentrations of any of the heavy metals can be irritating or damaging to the body.

    The EverlyWell Heavy Metals Test measures your levels of several environmental heavy metals and for creatinine, which is used in this test as a laboratory control to ensure accuracy.

    Arsenic may be found in high levels in soil. Chronic exposure to arsenic leads to distinct skin diseases, such as arsenical keratinosis, and increased risk of skin cancers. Arsenic poisoning can also lead to constriction of blood flow, decreased nerve function, and lung, liver, kidney, bladder, and other cancers.

    Mercury is found in many places but is increasingly found in high levels in ocean fish like tuna. High mercury exposure results in permanent nervous system and kidney damage.

    Cadmium is used in battery-making. Long-term exposure can lead to kidney, bone and lung disease.

    Bromine may be found in the environment, and it is a starting material for flame retardant coatings (it is however not found as Bromine in these coatings). Chronic exposure can lead to lung disorders and systemic poisoning.

    Selenium, which is needed in trace amounts for normal body function, can be found in many home products including dietary supplements. Chronic exposure to selenium can cause selenosis, which includes nervous system and skin issues.

    Iodine is a naturally occurring element found in sea water and is used in disinfecting agents, soaps, and bandages. Iodine is needed for normal body function, in particular thyroid gland function. High levels or low of iodine may cause thyroid dysfunction.

    Urinary Creatinine—a protein found in the urine which is used to normalize the test results.

    Anyone who's at risk of having been exposed to these environmental pollutants or simply wants to be sure the levels of all of their essential elements are where they need to be.

    You might consider taking this test if you...

    • Smoke
    • Are or have been exposed to heavy metals through work, hobbies or dentistry
    • Live in older homes or areas where metals may be present in drinking water
    • Have thyroid-related health issues
    • Have health issues that could result from nutritional deficiencies or imbalances of essential elements

    EverlyWell will provide tailored advice about how you can eliminate potential sources of harmful pollutants. If you have any deficiencies in essential elements, we will let you know so that you can share this information with your physician and help get you back on track.

    It's always a great idea to share your results with your doctor, and this test will give you and your health professionals a great head start.

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