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Dr. Jelinek offers The OligoScan a Revolutionary Method to Detect Trace Elements and Heavy Metal Intoxication In Seconds

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Dr. Jelinek pointed out that The OligoScan technology allows you to make a quick and precise analysis of the trace elements and heavy metals in the tissues of the patient.
Dr. Jelinek pointed out that The OligoScan technology allows you to make a quick and precise analysis of the trace elements and heavy metals in the tissues of the patient.

The OligoScan Is a Revolutionary Method to Detect Trace Elements and Heavy Metal Intoxication In Seconds

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Dr. Michael T. Jelinek, Infectious Disease Specialist is a board certified medical professional that now offers a very important service for the Rio Grande Valley community. He has the technology called The OligoScan, which is the most innovative testing methodology, which offer the fastest turnaround of results for the patient.

The technology is an invaluable screening tool for actual tissue levels of minerals as opposed to other testing technology.

The OligoScan technology utilizes spectrophotometry to obtain results on the amount of trace elements and heavy metals exist within tissue, calibrated specifically for a specific area of the body.

This is a quantitative analytical methodology, which consists in measuring the absorbance level or the optical density of a specific chemical or mineral substance.

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The basic principle is that every type of compound, regardless if it is chemical or mineral based, absorbs, emits or reflects light (electromagnetic radiation) over a certain specific range of wavelengths.

The spectrophotometry is used in many domains: chemistry, pharmacy, environment, food-processing industry, biology, medical /clinical, material/chemical engineering and clinical applications and many others. In the clinical applications, spectrophotometry is used to examine blood or tissues for clinical diagnosis.

The negative impact of heavy metals on the human and animal organism is demonstrated by numerous studies published by research institutes, WHO, FAO and other organisms.

The massive exposure to these toxic agents becomes a real public danger. Transported by the pollution of the air, the earth and water (ground waters and sea water), heavy metals pollute the human body either directly by contact or indirectly through the food chain.

Some of these substances are also in products, which are in touch with the body. The institutions for sanitary issues consider that there are almost no more places in the world which are not concerned by this problem.

The elimination of these toxic metals out of the human body by appropriate chelating agents becomes a major challenge for health.

Furthermore, scientific studies alert us on another plan. They point out the dramatic depletion of nutrients in food, accompanied with an increase of food additives, which cause various problems in the body.

An individualized supple-mentation favors the optimized functioning of the body and represents in this context of decrease of nutritional density and quality of food, a main advantage to stay healthy.

Dr. Jelinek pointed out that The OligoScan technology allows you to make a quick and precise analysis of the trace elements and heavy metals in the tissues of the patient.

This test is a revolutionary technique to check the mineral status of the patient in real time.  It allows a healthcare provider to know the most efficient supplementation that would maximize the nutritional benefits for the patients. In case of heavy metal toxicity, the doctor may prescribe chelating techniques, supplements and/or lifestyle changes. For more information about this test please call for an appointment at 956-631-5200 or visit with them at 3108 Centre Point Drive on McColl Road and Alberta Road at the medical offices of Dr. Michael T. Jelinek. MDN

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