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  • Writer's pictureAlison Howlett

Heavy Metals?.....

If your Job/Employment involves working with heavy metals, how would you know if your body has been exposed potentially to toxic metals in the blood or urine? The most common exposures to heavy metals are:- Lead Copper Mercury Zinc Some of them, such as iron, copper, selenium, molybdenum, and zinc, are required in trace amounts by our body for normal function, but can be toxic at higher levels. Signs & symptoms can vary between different people, such as age, or your general state of health, & at what level you may have been exposed too. Our bodies are able to process small amounts of heavy metals, but moderate to large quantities can accumulate in the kidneys, liver, bones and brain. If your employment involves working with heavy metals, such as Lead, Bloods4you can provide you or your company or your employees a ZPP Blood or Urine Test. Bloods4you will provide you directly two Blood or Urine or Both Tests together. 1st to check your normal levels 2nd - Once you have finished your involvement, when working with heavy metals - (let's say Lead), this test is to check the exposure levels after. We currently provide these Blood or Urine Tests to Small & Large companies, where their employees on a daily basis work with lots of heavy mentals, once all Test have been completed, they are sent off to our UKAS Accredited Pathology Laboratory for analysis, Test Results are then given back to the individual within 2-5 days. If you require more information, or would like to Book your ZPP Blood or Urine Tests, please Telephone, Email or chat online today. All Blood & Urine Tests are Strictly Private & Confidential. "Your Blood In Safe Hands" #bloods4you 

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