The supposed theory behind hair analysis is that by sending in a hair sample they can run tests to see what minerals you are deficient in.
Theory being that mineral analysis helps to indicate what is going on inside of one's body.
For example, his results state that I am a fast oxidizer. Which means, I think, that things like calcium leave my body too quickly (among other things).
Worth noting is that it does matter who does the hair analysis and how they do it. Some labs chemically wash the hair and it skews the results.
The report came back yesterday. I am going to try the recommendations (diet change and new supplements).
I wlll post up the results as I go through this.
I'll order the supplements today and will post up the progress when I start , what I notice etc.
Dr. Wilson claims it takes a typical person 3 to 6 months of following his plan to see results.
In addition to the supplements he is suggesting more fats in my diet (avcacado, olive oil, nuts, nut butters), less wheat, rye and oats. More clean water, more sleep, less stress etc.
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