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Environmental Exposure and Detoxification Environmental Exposure and Detoxification Environmental Exposure and Detoxification

Environmental chemical exposure has never been more pervasive with thousands of chemicals in use around the world. Many chemicals are integrated into our food supply, the air we breathe and the water we drink. Every day, we ingest tiny amounts of these chemicals and our bodies cannot metabolize and clear all of them. Chemicals not metabolized are stored in the fat cells throughout our bodies, where they continue to accumulate. As these chemicals build up they alter our metabolism, cause enzyme dysfunction and nutritional deficiencies, create hormonal imbalances, damage brain chemistry and can cause cancer. Because the chemicals accumulate in different parts of the body—at different rates and in different combinations—there are many different chronic illnesses that can result. Doctor’s Data offers a spectrum of tests designed to evaluate the exposure to environmental toxins and markers of the body’s capacity for endogenous detoxification.

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Hepatic Detox Profile; urine

The body continually attempts to eliminate chemical toxins through enzymatic...

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Urine Porphyrins

Abnormal levels of urinary porphyrins, oxidized metabolites of heme biosynthesis,...

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DNA Oxidative Damage Assay; urine

Oxidative stress is adversely involved in many pathophysiological processes...

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DNA Methylation; buccal swab

Identification of SNPs that influence health and disease risk may improve clinical...

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Glutathione; erythrocytes

Glutathione (GSH) is the most abundant and important intracellular antioxidant....

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