Wondering how toxic you really are as a result of breast implants? I use the Meta-Oxy Test with all my detox clients, not only as a way to monitor progress during the detox, but to identify the amount of cell membrane damage a person has as a result of the oxidative stress caused by breast implants. It can also give me information about whether your even detoxing at all!
The meta-oxy test measures malondialdehyde in the urine, which is a marker for oxidative stress and cell membrane damage due to free radicals. The substance in the test vial reacts with the toxic aldehydes in the urine, specifically the malondialdehyde released when fats, including cell membranes are oxidized. The level of malondialdehyde in the urine indicates the amount of oxidized fat; therefore, the more malondialdehyde measured in the urine, the greater the amount of cell membrane damage.
Them meta-oxy test is 50 times more accurate than a blood test. The more malondialdehyde in the urine, the more significantly the urine color will change from a shade of yellow to the magenta of malondialdehyde, revealing the extent of cell membrane damage. The darker the magenta color, the more cellular damage is occurring.
Some people who are exceptionally toxic will get a very low result (0-1) on the scale and that indicates that that person is not able to detox properly, so this test can be very helpful in that regard as well.
Just follow the instructions: pipette some urine into the vial and look for it to turn a shade of magenta. The darker the magenta color, the more cellular damage occurring.