-Environmental Toxins

Xenoestrogens Profile


Artificial chemicals in the environment enter human bodies or other organisms by exposure to environmental pollutions or food chain and becomes to endocrine disrupting chemicals to imitate, interfere, and even inhibit human bodies from normal hormone operations and moreover, influence physiological regulation. Apart from the widely known impacts on reproductive systems and the growth of central nervous system, artificial chemicals can cause the decline in immunity along with an increasing risk of contracting infertility, endometriosis, breast cancer, and prostate cancer. This non-invasive test serves as a reference indicator for doctors to conduct personal health management by evaluating frequent sources of exposure in the environment to monitor daily amount of digestion or exposure.


Male and female infertility patients, people with medical history of cancer such as breast cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, prostate cancer, liver cancer, etc. people who dine out or consume fried food and dairy products regularly, people who expose to plastic in a long period of time, and people suffer from poor growth, obesity, chronic fatigue syndrome, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease.