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So to get a hair test, you basically find a hair mineral analysis specialist on dr. wilson's website http://drlwilson.com/do%20hair%20analysis.htm For $125-$250 bucks (depending upon who you use)
Commercial Hair Analysis: A Cardinal Sign of Quackery ... Hair analysis is worthless for assessing the body's nutritional status or serving as a basis for dietary or supplement recommendations. Nor should it be routinely used to screen people for heavy metal toxicity. Should you encounter a practitioner who uses hair analysis for any of these purposes, run for the nearest exit and complain to your state attorney general!
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Yes, that's a good point. I believe that both blueberries and ginkgo can reduce inflammation. I like ginkgo but it sometimes makes me itchy whereas blueberries or pterostilbene (there's a patented extract in some supplements) seem to reduce POIS and I haven't noticed any side effects.
Nice update, Daniel. What dosage and form of B6 and zinc are you taking?
That quackwatch article that Neilep posted provided pretty convincing evidence against hair testing ...
Kurtosis' methylation helping some hurting others
QuoteKurtosis' methylation helping some hurting othersWho did it hurt?
Quote from: kurtosis on 24/02/2013 22:04:39QuoteKurtosis' methylation helping some hurting othersWho did it hurt?Well if you're an over-methylator and take sam-e, that'll make you worse, no? perhaps hurt was a poor choice of words, but didnt Jon try it and have to quickly stopHey it helped me, thats for sure. Just trying to make the point that we're not all the same