This assessment for mineral balance and bone status requires a single, morning urine sample. Take the sample in the privacy of your home, send it in, and get your results.
Don't leave your competitive edge dulled or chipped due to a mineral imbalance. And, of course, you don't want to court bone loss. Simply supplementing in shotgun fashion won't solve an imbalance problem. You have to know which specific minerals you need more of.
Find out where you are and what you need to do.
How It Works
This Mineral and Bone Status Assessment kit consists of sample-taking materials and simple instructions.
It's really very easy to use. Just follow the simple instructions and mail the kit in. The lab will conduct the assessment on the sample provided, and then provide you with the results.
Rule out mineral imbalance as a cause of low energy or any of several other conditions.
Correctly determine the need for supplementation of specific minerals, or not.
Prevent long-term chronic problems due to bone loss.
Why It Matters
Mineral imbalance can greatly hamper athletic performance, and lead to irreversible skeletal damage in the long-term. If you know your mineral levels and bone status, you can correct performance-diminishing mineral issues and prevent bone loss.
The key thing to understand here is we're talking about balance, not deficiency. You can't blindly supplement your way out of a mineral imbalance problem. You can correct it only if you know the levels of specific minerals in relation to each other. That's what this assessment allows you to do.
What's your most important piece of athletic equipment? Your body. If you want a competitive edge, it starts with knowing your own body.
How hard can you actually train?
How fast can you actually recover?
Are you spending your training dollars the best way?
Get this kit and find out.
Many athletes have low mineral levels and ongoing bone loss, but aren't aware of it. While they could improve their athletic performance and prevent bone loss, they don't even know they have the problem.
Top causes of mineral imbalance and/or low mineral levels:
Dietary imbalances. These are common, even among elite athletes.
Sweating. Those brutal workouts and hard training sessions are critical to your success, but they can zap your stores of some minerals and not others, creating an imbalance.
Stress. Everyone has it, these days.
Find out exactly where you are with mineral levels. Don't guess and end up making matters worse.