Trace elements

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What are microelements in the body?

Trace minerals are important minerals that the human body needs to get from food, but, unlike macronutrients, we need a very small amount. While micronutrients are needed in tiny doses, they are still critical to our health and development. The recommended daily intake for most micronutrients is 0.2 to 15 milligrams.

Diagnostics of microeliments in the body in MC Altimed

How do you know if you are calcium deficient? Or a magnesium deficiency, symptoms of which could indicate something serious?

Treatment should always start only with a diagnosis.

Our medical center offers you a painless examination and immediate results.

We will carry out a functional screening, in which the ATM Express Test program will record the frequencies of wave processes in the body and show it in what functional state it is.

ATM Vega Test is an in-depth diagnosis that identifies hidden diseases and treatment options by establishing causal relationships.

Having received the diagnostic results, our specialists will be able to determine which trace elements are missing in your body.

What is the lack of microelements in the body?

  1. Iron. 

It is an integral part of hemoglobin, myoglobin and enzymes. Associated with ferritin, hemosiderin (spleen, liver, bone marrow) and transferrin (blood).

Sources – meat, eggs, vegetables, cereals.

Lack of iron in the body occurs at four stages of life. 

  1. Between 6 months and 4 years, the iron content in the blood is low, the body grows rapidly, and its reserves are insufficient; 
  2. In early adolescence, due to an increase in the mass of red blood cells and the need to deposit iron in myoglobin; 
  3. Menstrual iron loss; 
  4. Pregnancy, an increase in the mother’s blood volume, the needs of the fetus and placenta, blood loss during childbirth.

Iron deficiency symptoms: manifested by anemia, impaired psychomotor development, decreased physical activity and resistance to fatigue.

Some people have idiopathic hemochromatosis – a congenital metabolic error – increased absorption of iron.

  1. Iodine. 

It is a component of thyroid hormones and is necessary for its proper functioning, for cellular metabolism and the conversion of food into energy. It helps metabolize excess fat, can help prevent fibrocystic breast disease by regulating the effects of estrogen, is important for physical and mental development, improves mental alertness and cognitive function, and prevents multiple miscarriages.

Iodine deficiency is common in women, especially those who are pregnant or over 50, and older children. A goiter is often the first sign of iodine deficiency. This is due to overstimulation of the gland as the body tries to produce thyroid hormones in the absence of iodine. Another symptom of chronic iodine deficiency is hypothyroidism, in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough hormones. Some of these can be serious, such as cretinism, a type of mental and physical retardation in children.

Sources – sea fish, seafood; eggs, milk and iodized salt (25 mg / kg).

Eating too many high-iodine foods, medications, or supplements can lead to hyperthyroidism, which causes over-production of thyroid hormones, speeding up the body’s metabolism, leading to heart palpitations, anxiety, irritability, sweating, and weight loss. Other symptoms are a metallic taste in the mouth, soreness in the mouth or throat, thirst, shortness of breath, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, fever, shock or cramps, and stupor. Doses in excess of 1 g can cause burning mouth, weak heartbeat, and even coma.

The recommended daily intake for adults ranges from 150 to 200 mcg (depending on the country and age).

  1. Selenium. 

The active site contains glutathione peroxide, which catalyzes the breakdown of hydroperoxides, thus preventing damage caused by free radicals. It has a positive effect on immunity.

Sources – seafood, kidneys, liver, depending on the selenium content of the soil, as well as grains and seeds.

Selenium deficiency in the body – a decrease in lymphocytes and natural killer activity, a decrease in the formation of interferon, Keshan disease (cardiomyopathy), Kashin-Beck disease (osteoarthropathy).

Selenosis (excess selenium) with gastrointestinal symptoms, white spots on the nails, hair loss, fatigue, irritability, mild nerve damage, and garlic breath.

How do you know if your body lacks selenium? Get diagnosed with us and get results on the same day.

  1. Zinc. 

It participates in more than 200 enzymatic reactions, is a part of superoxide dismutase, prevents oxidative stress, positively affects the growth and healing of tissues, participates in the formation of insulin and spermatogenesis.

Sources – meat, liver, eggs, seafood.

Lack of zinc in the body symptoms: decreased immunity, loss of appetite, changes in skin, nails, hair.

Excess: Does not occur with natural nutrition. Acute side effects of high zinc intake include nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, abdominal cramps, diarrhea and headaches, while 150-450 mg daily is associated with chronic effects such as altered iron function, decreased immune function, and decreased lipoprotein levels high density.

  1. Calcium.

You have more calcium in your body than any other mineral.

Calcium helps to strengthen bones and teeth, and also regulates the heartbeat. It also allows blood to clot normally, which is important for healing.

Lack of calcium, symptoms: muscle cramps, painful periods, memory loss, toothache, brittle nails.

Good sources of calcium include:

dairy products, green leafy vegetables, fortified soy foods, fortified grains, fish in which you eat bones (such as anchovies and sardines).

  1. Magnesium.

Besides being essential for healthy bones and teeth, magnesium also has many other important benefits. Magnesium helps convert food into energy while maintaining muscle function and energy levels. It also helps reduce fatigue.

Symptoms of magnesium deficiency are rare, but people at risk of magnesium deficiency are people with gastrointestinal conditions, type 2 diabetes, and alcohol dependence.

When do i need to contact MC Altimed?

Trace minerals are important components of a healthy body. It is necessary to regularly monitor their quantity and maintain it in the norm.

If you experience fatigue, irritability, joint aches and other symptoms described above, please contact us for help.

Trace minerals are important components of a healthy body. It is necessary to regularly monitor their quantity and maintain it in the norm.

If you experience fatigue, irritability, joint aches and other symptoms described above, please contact us for help.

Inpatient treatment in the clinic includes restoration of organs and systems using passive (endogenous therapy). It gently acts on the cells, balancing them and returning them to balance. We also have transcranial therapy, which is effective when there is a lack of trace elements in the body. Allows you to eliminate stress, overwork and strengthen the immune system. To restore the normal rhythms of the body’s work, we conduct a PEMF course using our own devices. And necessarily, at the end, hardware detox and lymphatic drainage to remove toxins.

For treatment at home, we recommend using the ATM Helper Personal or Helper ML home electromagnetic therapy device (PEMF), which helps to generate healthy frequencies and regenerate the body at the cellular level. The use of therapy is aimed at solving the problem with the assimilation of trace elements, as well as general strengthening therapy to restore the body, disorders in which are caused by a lack or excess of trace elements.

Why is it worth to contact MC Altimed?

The advantages of our medical center:

  1. Individual approach to each client.
  2. Affordable prices for all services.
  3. Non-invasive methods of diagnosis and treatment.

You will see the rest of the benefits and be able to evaluate yourself Sign up for a consultation at 0-800-600-0-80 (free of charge).

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