What is it?
BTA is a laboratory assessment of health status that measures the vitality of the body and the status of different organs and systems.
Through a small sample of blood, urine and saliva it is possible to obtain, in a short time, an assessment of the biological terrain and associated health trends.
The results of the biomarkers of this exam allow an objective, reproducible and verifiable way to evaluate the electrochemical imbalances and possible disease risks associated with the evaluation in question.
The information obtained makes it possible to determine the degree of vitality, discover mineral and vitamin deficiencies, need for supplementation, etc. In this way, it is possible to direct and decide the best course of treatment in each case.
What the Test Looks at?
- Level of acidity or alkalinity of the body
- Degree of vitality
- Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
- Risk of malignant processes
- Risk of thrombosis
- Imbalances of the liver and pancreas
- Evaluation of the nervous system
- Risk of autoimmune diseases
- Risk of bacterial and viral infections
- Circulatory problems
- Bone function
- Inflammatory risk
- Oxidation level
- Degree of antioxidants
- Ability of the kidneys to excrete toxins
- Digestive capacity
- Lymphatic function
- Emotional stress index
- Degenerative index
- Electromagnetic charge
- The blood, urine and saliva) are collected in the morning following a minimum 8 hour fast.
- Ladies must be off their periods.
- Please do not wear lipstick
- You should not take antacids or drink machine-made alkaline water for at least 3 days, prior to the test