Measurement of vitamins, minerals, heavy metals, proteins, fats, oxidative stress in your body!
- Non-invasive and fast method (does not require blood and other fluids).
- A reliable tool, the accuracy is scientifically proven.
- Analytical method – spectrophotometry
- Graphical, tabular representation of minerals, vitamins, heavy metals, proteins, fats, carbohydrates and oxidative stress.
Fatigue, malaise or simply poor concentration do not appear only because of too many workouts and tranining session.
It sounds strange, but sometimes behind mentioned and other problems such as slow digestion, muscle cramps, hair loss, there is an imbalance of vitamins, minerals, macronutrients and a load of toxins and heavy metals.
What do we most often lack?
Most often, we lack vitamin C, B complex, iodine and magnesium. If you are deficient in B vitamins, your body gives you signals through slow-as-a-snail digestion. The consequences of vitamin B deficiency can be expressed as psoriasis, facial pallor, dizziness, convulsions, headache, numb hands and feet, lack of energy, irritability, chronic fatigue, depression. Vitamins from this group also take care of mood, the functioning of our gray cells and energy regulation. Magnesium deficiency manifests itself in headaches, migraines, dizziness, drowsiness, as well as muscle pain and muscle spasms.
Who should monitor vitamins and minerals even more?
Athletes and recreational athletes flush out a lot of valuable substances through exercise. With the measurement of macro and micronutrients, which our consultants will perform with the help of the OligoLab system, you will get the best picture and insight into what your body lacks the most. Compared to a blood test, the method is non-invasive and fast.
Not all fats are healthy, just as not all protein sources are of equal quality and coverage in the diet
Fats and amino acids are essential to the body for normal functioning, cell renewal and well-being. However, it is necessary to be aware that there are good healthy fats that the body absolutely needs and trans fats, which ensure that excess fats accumulate on our body and between our organs. You can find out which fats, proteins and carbohydrates your body lacks and what the consequences of a lack of certain macronutrients can be by testing.
Heavy metal load
The burden of the body with heavy metals and radioactive elements, toxic substances from the environment, is increasing and can lead to serious health problems over time. Loads thus affect not only the physical functioning of the body, but also the mental. Heavy metals are metals with a high density, above 7 kg/dm³. These include copper, lead, nickel, zinc, tin, mercury, arsenic and cadmium. Over time, they accumulate in the body, higher concentrations hinder its functioning and cause diseases.
Oxidative stress is a major culprit of inflammation in the body
When our body is constantly exposed to stress, harmful oxygen compounds begin to accumulate in the body. If the balance between oxygen compounds and antioxidants in the cell breaks down, so-called oxidative stress occurs, which causes various damages in the cell. Long-term oxidative stress is especially dangerous, as it hinders the functioning of cells, affects DNA, enzymes, and protein formation. Chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer and the like can occur. Alcohol, smoking, sitting, unbalanced diet, polluted environment, lack of exercise and stress increase oxidative stress and shorten life.
GET THE INFORMATION WHY THE ATHLETES GET BACK IN SHAPE SLOWER THAN THEY SHOULD AND HOW CAN THEY FILL THE MISSING VITAMINES/MINERALS WHICH ARE MOST IMPORTNANT IN SPORT (MAGNEZIUM, FAT ACIDS, AMINOACIDS…).