“The Canine HTMA testing is a non-invasive test that supplies a comprehensive lab report using charts, graphs and supportive documentation to show metabolic status, and provides corrective actions to address mineral imbalances, reverse physical degeneration and revitalize cellular metabolism (energy).”
A HTMA lab test uses hair tissue for analysis. The reason hair is used is because (unlike blood or urine) it is stable over time and provides several months of biochemical activity in a single sample. Obtaining a sample is non-invasive and inexpensive, and can be done without the need of veterinary intervention.
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