THE IONIC METAL TEST (IMT)
Unlike all other systems developed for the detection of heavy metals (Atomic Absorption Spectro Photometry, Electron Stripping etc.) the IMT allows for the exclusive detection of ionic and Free Radical producing metals (copper, zinc, iron, lead, mercury, cadmium etc.) in our environment and in our own body.
The IMT does NOT detect chelated metals !! On the 'duality scale' we could say that chelated metals are the 'good guys' and ionic metals are the bad guys.
The IMT assesses the ' chelation ability ' of a person from a small urine sample (i.e. how well someone copes with ionic, electromagnetically active and Free Radical producing metals ). The chelation ability in turn determines (besides other influences) how many Free Radicals are produced.