A nutritional assessment to optimize your diet and to ensure balance in minerals, trace elements and heavy metals.
minerals Deficiencies and excess in minerals and trace elements
Heavy metals Assessment of heavy metal surcharges
Oxidative stress Responsible for aging and many pathologies
An evaluation of tissue bioavailability in an instant
A way to assess mineral deficiencies and excesses as well as potential heavy metal poisoning
A complete and personalized assessment
A service tailored to the needs
Spectrophotometry is a quantitative analytical method of measuring the absorption or optical density of a chemical substance.
It is based on the principle of absorption, emission or reflection of light by chemical compounds over a certain wavelength range.
Spectrophotometry is used in many fields: chemistry, pharmacy, environment, agro-food, biology, medical / clinical, industrial and others.
In the medical field, spectrophotometry is used to examine blood or tissues.
The MILOU is a reliable and scientifically proven tool.
A set of tests and comparative studies were carried out by researchers highlighting a correlation between the results of Oligoscan and those performed in the laboratory.
The physiological data of the patient are entered
The dermis of the patient is scanned by spectrometry
The Oligoscan application processes and analyzes the data
Data is sent and stored on a secure server, allowing for customer tracking
Results can be viewed on your computer / tablet
A primordial contribution
Minerals (macro-elements and trace elements) play a decisive role in the proper functioning of the organism. A daily intake is therefore essential to the extent that the human body is unable to synthesize itself.
As a result, a deficit in trace elements or minerals is responsible for a drop in shape, states of fatigue, vulnerability to stress, a decrease in concentration and intellectual abilities, etc. It is therefore important to control the levels of minerals present in the body to be able to anticipate the risks involved.
A new public health issue
Studies by WHO or FAO have highlighted the growing dangers of massive exposure to toxic agents. Risks of food, water and tobacco contamination from air, groundwater and land pollution are becoming more important, if not inevitable, and pose health risks .
Heavy metals cause oxidative stress.
Better apprehend it to age better
Oxidative stress (or oxidative stress) is a type of aggression of the constituents of the cell by free radicals.
Oxidative stress is responsible for aging and many pathologies.
Free radicals are molecules made in small quantities by the body. These free radicals are very reactive substances, capable of damaging the constituents of the cells (enzymatic proteins, lipid membranes, DNA). They are produced especially during exposure to the sun (UV), tobacco, pollution, pesticides, etc ….
To fight against free radicals, a diet rich in antioxidants, found especially in fruits and vegetables, is essential.
How is a session going?
There is a preliminary discussion with the therapist
You sit on a chair and we mesure in the palm of your hand
The session lasts 5 minutes and is spent in calm
A discussion takes place with the therapist after the session
You leave with a document that indicates the heavy metals in insufficiency and in excess as well as recommendations to remedy it