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1. This analysis and recommendation report are for reference only to physicians and not for diagnosis of disease. Physicians can analyze the results and formulate personalized nutrition treatment plans in accordance with the medical history and health needs of the subjects.
2. The following clinically meaningful explanations for nutrients are based on endogenous concentrations. It is worth noting that hair analysis reflects both body content and external contamination (components of the hair surface) and should therefore be considered as a screening. Not a definitive diagnostic analysis of tissue content
3. The reference range of the nutrient element analysis report is a statistical analysis of the hair detection results of the general public, with a reference value between 5 and 95 percent, and the buoy moves with the size of the test value. Reference unit in micrograms per gram
4. The recommended daily intake (RDA) in the recommended report is based on the daily recommended minimum intake (DRI). The dose is for adults (over 14 years old), pregnant women and lactating women need to consult the teacher to adjust the dose.
5. The reference value range of the toxic element analysis report is the statistical analysis of the results of the laboratory for the hair test of the public, with a critical value of 80%, and the reference unit is in micrograms per gram.
6. Confirmation of toxicity can be achieved by blood or urine tests. Evaluation of short-term toxic elemental exposure can be selected from Nutrient & Toxic Element Analysis Blood. To assess long-term exposure and cumulative status of the organization, Toxic Elements Provocation Profile, Toxic Elements Clearance profile, and Heavy Metal/Chemical Exposure Indicators (Prophyrins Profile)
Nutritional Element (Essentail Nutrient):
Phosphorus (P): Source: meat, fish, chicken, eggs, dairy products, bowls of beans, general cereals and bread. Recommended daily intake: 800-1200mg/day
Absorption/utilization factors: The inorganic state of the food is quickly absorbed. Most of the forms of synthetic phytate are not available. Iron, magnesium, calcium, aluminum-containing acids and unsaturated fatty acids can form water-insoluble salts with phosphorus.
Physiological effects: 85% of the phosphorus is present in the bones, and some are used for the calcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite of the bone-forming collagen. It is also a component of nucleic acids and cell membrane phospholipids. Participate in the process of pH buffering.
Symptoms of Imbalance: Phosphorus contained in hair cannot be used to reflect the normal dietary intake or body storage of this element. The phosphorus content in the hair is significantly higher or lower than the abnormal metabolism of calcium and/or magnesium. In dialysis patients, especially, the phosphorus content in the hair is increased, and in chronic hepatitis, the phosphorus content in the hair is decreased. Phosphorus is generally controlled by the mechanism of renal resorption, so lack or poisoning is rare. Malabsorbed diseases can cause low levels of phosphorus, leading to weakness, muscle damage and neurological changes. Excessive affects calcium and magnesium
Chromium (Cr): Source: animal offal, chicken, fish. Brewer's yeast, whole grains, cheese, clams, plums, nuts, asparagus, beer. Recommended daily intake: between 24-35 mcg/day. Absorption/utilization factors: The jejunum is the main part of absorption. About 2% is absorbed by the diet. Forms that are converted to glucose tolerance factors are better absorbed. Amino acids, oxalates, and nicotinic acids increase absorption. Chromium reduces the need for insulin. Physiological effects: Therefore, high density cholesterol can be increased. Unbalanced Symptoms: Unbalanced Symptoms: Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia increase chromium supplementation. Cardiovascular disease and long-term stress can make chromium insufficiency.
Arsenic (As): Source: fish and shellfish, air and drinking water. Arsenic-treated wood, insecticides, fungicides, and rat poisons. Environmentally hazardous waste, smelting processes (such as copper, zinc and lead), chemical and glass industries, pigments, electronics and optoelectronics, especially glass.
Aggravation: lack of selenium or iodine.
Antagonism: sufficient selenium and iodine
Physiological effects: Organic arsenic is quickly absorbed, and inorganic arsenic is also easily absorbed in water. Deposited in the liver, kidneys, skin and spleen. Destruction of alpha-lipoic acid. May cause cancer. It will bind to -SH groups (sulfuryl) and phosphatide groups in the sulfur-containing compounds. Excessive symptoms: hair loss, onychomycosis, muscle pain, garlic in the mouth, loss of appetite, hypopigmentation, hypotension, chest pain, nausea, vomiting.
Source: aquatic food chain, bactericide, thermometer, thermostat and dental amalgam fillings, dental implants, fungicides, children's vaccines, medicines (mercurchrome and merthiolate). Pigments, batteries, electronic relays, coal-fired gases, mines and explosives
Aggravating effect: selenium deficiency
Antagonism: Sufficient fierce, zinc and copper. Physiological effects: Organic mercury is quickly absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract (90-100%); inorganic mercury is poorly absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract (7-15%). Organic mercury has a half-life of 2 months and is combined with enzymes, proteins and glutathione. Affects MAO, catalase, p-450 enzymes and mitochondrial function. Deposited in the liver and kidneys. Symptoms of overdose: headache, small tremors, excessive saliva, excitement, high blood pressure, skin rash, lack of concentration, and metallic taste in the mouth. The main sedimentary organs are the brain and kidneys.
Tin (Sn): Source: seafood, plants, canned foods, beverages and sprays. It is found in rocks, and its soil, water and air can be found in tin. Minerals and processing, coal and oil burning. Brass, bronze, pottery, white wax, vaporization lamps and solder materials. Inorganic tin compounds such as toothpaste, perfume, soap, food additives and dyes. Organotin synthesis
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Highly toxic element
Mercury (Hg) Mercury Lead (Pb) Lead Arsenic (As) Arsenic Cadmium (Cd) Cadmium Aluminum (Al) Aluminum Nickle (Ni) Nickel
Antimony (Sb) 锑 Barium (Ba) 钡 Bismuth (Bi) 铋 PBeryllium (Be) 铍 Thallium (Tl) 铊 Tin (Sn) Tin
Other toxic elements
Platinum (Pt) Platinum Silver (Ag) Silver Palladium (Pd) Palladium
The Minsheng Medical Laboratory cooperates with the doctors of National Taiwan University to use hair, blood and urine to give you the most professional allergen test report and daily dietary advice.
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People who need an allergy check:
1. Patients with allergic conditions.
2. It is an allergic person.
3. One of the parents or both are allergic.
4. Pregnancy and lactation:
9 months from pregnancy to birth is the golden period to reduce the chance of giving birth to allergic babies;
During breastfeeding, if your mother does not eat properly, it will also cause allergies in the baby.
5. School age children:
The child's immune system is not yet complete and is susceptible to allergens.
Allergens can be detected through allergen testing and avoided.
6. Focus on personal health managers.
Frequently asked questions about allergies:
1. What is the difference between acute allergy and chronic allergy?
Acute allergic symptoms are rapid and violent. Once you touch or ingest for about 30 minutes, you will have an allergic reaction. Most people sometimes know that they are allergic to certain foods through their own experience. Chronic allergies are not the same as acute allergies. Chronic allergy symptoms occur after about 24-48 hours (or even 72 hours) after contact or ingestion. The symptoms of chronic allergies are usually complicated, so it is difficult to accurately push back within 3 days. Things that have been or have been touched, combined with the complexity of modern people's diet (a dish may have 5-6 kinds of ingredients), to grasp the cause of chronic allergies, can only be detected by detection.
2. What is the value of wafer-type allergen testing?
The hospital's traditional allergen testing, only acute allergies, fewer items (up to 36), and can be roughly mastered according to their own experience. In addition to the fact that traditional allergen testing does not provide complete follow-up recommendations, the value is naturally low. Our products not only fully evaluate acute and chronic allergies, but also detect the most items (up to 123).
Value of detection:
1. Complete understanding of personal physique.
2. Provide personal health-specific (low-sensitive) dietary advice.
3. Can improve allergies and improve health.
3. How accurate is it?
The clinical trial results of the positive control serum collected at present are correct and specific as high as 90%.
4. How long does it take to detect allergens?
Do it at least once in your life. It is generally recommended to do it once a year.
5. Is it suitable for allergies when a child is a few years old?
It is recommended that children with allergens should be more suitable for children over 3 years old. The reason is that children over 3 years old eat a wide variety of foods and are more valuable. If they are younger than 3 years old, if they have obvious allergic symptoms. This test can also be done.
6. Can you measure the severity of allergies to foods that you have never touched?
No. The principle is the same as that of children under 3 years old. If you have never touched the food, there will be no sensitization of the first contact, and there will be no allergic reaction afterwards. Therefore, it is recommended that a food should be eaten several times before it is tested. It is concluded that there will be acute or chronic allergies to this food.
7. Are you currently taking medication or regularly eating health foods for testing?
you can do.
The main effect of the allergy test report is the drug containing steroid steroids. The use of high-dose or long-term steroid drugs will reduce the test value, which is the most affected by the use of medicated and injectable steroids.
Spraying and rubbing steroid drugs have relatively no effect.
8. Can pregnant women do allergen testing?
Pregnancy and postpartum lactation are acceptable. It is recommended to do the test before the fourth month of pregnancy, to help the most:
1. Can reduce the occurrence of mother's personal allergies.
2. Reduce the risk of the fetus becoming an allergic child.
3. Provide low-sensitive dietary advice during lactation.
9. Will the test results at each different stage be the same?
not exactly. Changes in life or eating habits, long-term avoidance of the allergen, or medication, will cause a decline in the concentration of IgE, IgG. In addition, when the subject is exposed to a new allergen, it may be that the last test did not occur, but this time a new allergy item was detected. Therefore, it is recommended that people with allergies should be tested once a year to continuously monitor allergies.
(Example: After doing it today and after 3 days, the test results may be almost the same; but if you compare the report with today and a few months later, the test results may have obvious differences.)
Basic allergy test>>>Check if you have allergies, measure the "acid ball" index in the blood
Cost: 150NTD Reporting time: 20 minutes
>>> Acute allergic reaction index, measuring "IgE" index in blood
Cost: 500NTD Reporting time: 2 days
Intermediate 36 Acute allergen test>>>Check what you are allergic to, measure the "allergen" fluorescence index in the blood. Announcement fee reference: 2000NTD Report time: 3 days
66 acute allergen tests>>>Check what you are allergic to, measure the "allergen" fluorescence index in the blood. Announcement fee reference: 2950NTD Report time: 7-10 days
High-order 101 items of chronic food allergens >> Check your allergies and measure the "allergen" fluorescence index in the blood
Project cost reference: 6000NTD Reporting time: 7-10 days
Advanced: 225 items
Exogenous allergies : Acute and chronic food allergens test >> Check what you are allergic to, measure the "allergen" fluorescence index in the blood
Endogenous allergy: abnormal autoimmune index
Reporting time: 7-10 days
North District project cost reference: 9000NTD Reporting time: 7-10 working days
1. Respiratory system (eye itching / conjunctivitis / nose itching / runny nose / sneezing / chronic sinusitis / throat itching / dry cough / dark circles / eye edema / otitis / asthma)
2. Nervous system (chore disease / autism / chronic fatigue / anxiety / depression / migraine / insomnia / decreased learning ability / decreased ability to work / children write homework slow / over / focus reduction)
3. Skin system (acne / skin itching / atopic dermatitis / eczema / urticaria / dry sputum / crab foot swelling / unidentified rash / rose pityriasis)
4. Gastrointestinal system (diarrhea / constipation / fart exhaust too much / bloating / intestinal cramps / change in defecation process)
5. Others (muscle soreness / arthritis / back pain)