A heavy metal urine
test is now easy to do at
Metal Screening Test.
The following heavy metal urine test
procedure improves the results obtained using older test
Improved heavy metal testing
methods: Your body has a difficult time removing heavy
metals if your urine is acidic. By testing and adjusting your urine pH to normal
levels you will help your body remove the toxic heavy metals
through the kidneys and into the urine.
Avoid vitamin and mineral supplements for at least 12
Collect your first morning urine sample in a clean
Test the pH of your urine. Quickly dip a small piece of pH
paper into and out of your urine. Instantly compare the color of the paper to the pH chart
If your urine pH is 6.5 or higher you may continue to
the Step 5.
If you urine pH is less than 6.5 your urine is acidic and
you may not be eliminating metals properly.
You may want to buffer
your body, Step 4a, to improve the removal of heavy metals and accuracy of the Heavy Metal
You may do a combination of the following If you need to buffer and remove
acid from your body:
1. Consume 5 cups of vegetables and fruit
the day prior to your morning urine collection.
2. Take calcium 500mg and magnesium 200mg twice daily
3. Mix two teaspoonfuls of baking soda
into 4 oz of carbon filtered water and drink prior to going to bed.
4. Repeat Steps 1, 2 and 3.
Pour the test solution from the small v-shaped vial into the larger test tube.
Place one small square of the Test Paper into test tube solution and screw the cap back on the
Shake test-tube gently until solution turns green.(Within 30 seconds)
Add 3 ml of the urine, with the help of the pipette, into the
test-tube. The test-tube is now filled up to the 4ml line.
Place the red cap on the test-tube.
Shake vigorously for 15-30 seconds, stop and allow the
solution to react for 1 minute.
Observe the band/ring of color at the top of the solution and compare with the Color Comparison
The green color changed to a purple color thus
the heavy metal ion copper concentration is high.
green. No heavy metal ions are present.
Any color change from green, viewed directly on the liquid surface
level of the test tube, represents the presence of free metal ions. Compare with the color chart to find the degree
of metal concentration.
Heavy Metal Screening Test reagents only bind to the unbound or free metal ions -
metals which have not been neutralized by the body. In a healthy body with a well-functioning detoxification
system, there should be no free heavy metals found in the urine. Heavy metal ions present in food, amalgam
fillings, tap water, bathing water, pools, hot tubs, dust, dishware, etc. may contribute to heavy metal
The color chart indicates the concentration of metals only; the type of metal present
is secondary, since all free metal ions are toxic to our body. Free or unbound metals increase free radical
production a million times – free radicals have been linked to all degenerative diseases, including cancer. If your
self-test shows the presence of free heavy metals, a detoxification process should be undertaken and all potential
sources of contamination should tested and eliminated.
You can use Heavy Metal Screening Test to assess the effectiveness of your chelation,
detoxification and water filtering process.
*When testing urine, test results indicating no metals present suggest one of two
possibilities. Either the urine is indeed free of heavy metals, or the body is subject to advanced metal toxicity
in which the body’s capacity (through liver, kidneys, intestine, etc.) to cope with free metal ions is totally
exhausted. Often the urine pH is too acidic to allow the body to remove toxic metals.
If other members of your household have heavy metal concerns consult your health care
professional for further investigation.
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