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Test for Toxins
Humans are exposed to a wide array of toxins from the environment and common household products. Environmental toxins or toxicants are man-made or naturally occurring substances that can cause acute or chronic toxic overload when absorbed, inhaled, or ingested. For example, heavy metals, pesticides, petroleum by-products, and other chemicals. High exposure to toxins can have detrimental effects as it can affect multiple body systems.1
Vibrant Toxic Exposures testing detects various toxins and can reveal the root cause of chronic inflammatory symptoms and disease.
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Environmental Toxins
Detects exposure to environmental toxins, including common pesticides, herbicides, plasticizers, and preservatives
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Heavy Metals
Tests for exposure to harmful heavy metals and elements such as arsenic, lead, and mercury
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Inhalent Allergens
Assess inhalant allergic reactions to common environmental allergens such as pollens from grasses, trees and weeds, mold spores, pet dander, and dust mites
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Mycotoxins Test
Measures levels of common mycotoxins produced by mold that people are exposed to from both dietary and environmental sources
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PFAS Chemical Test
Monitor exposure to industrial perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals, commonly called “PFAS”
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Total Tox Burden
Offers complete insight into levels of heavy metals, mold, and environmental toxins in the body
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Toxic Exposures and Longevity

Aging is associated with a decline in the ability to mount robust responses to toxins, making one more susceptible to toxic burden.2 Prolonged exposure to Environmental toxins and Mycotoxins leads to the risk of DNA damage and affects genomic stability.3,4 Heavy metals can interfere with protein folding and can induce protein denaturation, thereby affecting proteomic stability.5 As a result, exposure to toxins can affect molecular function which may be detrimental to biological aging.6,7

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Prof. Renald Blundell
Chev. Prof. Renald Blundell, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the department of Physiology & Biochemistry and Faculty of Medicine & Surgery at the University of Malta, Malta. Chev. Prof. Blundell has on several publications about toxins and their effects in various body systems. Continued exposure to toxins can have adverse effects and understanding how toxins affect the human body and pave way to a myriad of other disorders can help to reduce exposure and take appropriate measures to reduce its impact. Chev. Prof. Blundell's work on toxins can help in understanding this.8 
Dr. Roberto Lucchini
Dr. Roberto Lucchini, MD, is a professor at the School of Public Health, Florida International University, USA. His research is mainly focused on Effects of neurotoxic chemicals and the biochemical mechanisms by which environmental toxins can damage the nervous system from neurodevelopment to neurodegeneration. Dr. Lucchini and his team has worked on effects of toxins on the nervous system in age groups ranging from early childhood to old age. His work also extends to understanding the role of environmental toxins in aging. He is also involved in understanding the health effect among workers and responders who were exposed to chemicals and intense psychological trauma at the World Trade Center after the 9/11 terrorist attack.9
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Dr. Suzanne E. Fenton
Dr. Suzanne E. Fenton, Ph.D. is a staff scientist of National Toxicology Program, which is a part of National Institute of Environmental Sciences, North Carolina, USA. She has worked on and published several studies on per and poly-fluoroalkyl substances or PFAS. PFAS is highly toxic and can adversely affect human health. She believes that PFAS can have detrimental effects on human health and has worked to understand these effects on different body systems10.
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Yang, Y., Wei, S., Zhang, B., & Li, W. (2021). Recent progress in environmental toxins-induced cardiotoxicity and protective potential of natural products. Frontiers in Pharmacology, 12, 699193.
Crocco, P., Montesanto, A., Dato, S., Geracitano, S., Iannone, F., Passarino, G., & Rose, G. (2019). Inter-Individual Variability in Xenobiotic-Metabolizing Enzymes: Implications for Human Aging and Longevity. Genes, 10(5), 403.
Sabine, A.S.L, Gudrunm, K., Daniel, D., Fahd, A., Rabeah, T., et al (2015). Causes of genome instability: the effect of low dose chemical exposures in modern society, Carcinogenesis, 36 (1), S61–S88.
Feng, Y. Q., Zhao, A. H., Wang, J. J., Tian, Y., Yan, Z. H., Dri, M., Shen, W., De Felici, M., & Li, L. (2022). Oxidative stress as a plausible mechanism for zearalenone to induce genome toxicity. Gene, 829, 146511.
Tamás, M. J., Sharma, S. K., Ibstedt, S., Jacobson, T., & Christen, P. (2014). Heavy metals and metalloids as a cause for protein misfolding and aggregation. Biomolecules, 4(1), 252–267.
Vijg J. (2021). From DNA damage to mutations: All roads lead to aging. Ageing research reviews, 68, 101316.
Krisko, A., & Radman, M. (2019). Protein damage, ageing and age-related diseases. Open biology, 9(3), 180249.
Briffa, J., Sinagra, E., & Blundell, R. (2020). Heavy metal pollution in the environment and their toxicological effects on humans. Heliyon, 6(9), e04691.
atta, P., Lucchini, R., van Rensburg, S. J., & Taylor, A. (2003). The role of metals in neurodegenerative processes: aluminum, manganese, and zinc. Brain research bulletin, 62(1), 15-28.
Rickard, B. P., Rizvi, I., & Fenton, S. E. (2022). Per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and female reproductive outcomes: PFAS elimination, endocrine-mediated effects, and disease. Toxicology, 465, 153031.
Ducatman, A., LaPier, J., Fuoco, R., & DeWitt, J. C. (2022). Official health communications are failing PFAS-contaminated communities. Environmental Health, 21(1), 1-18.
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