Ultratrace

Definition of Ultratrace:

Ultratrace elements in human nutrition are defined as elements that are required in the diet in quantities of around 1mcg per day or less.  The ultratrace elements currently recognized by the US Department of Agriculture include boron, chromium, germanium, lithium, molybdenum, selenium, silicon, tin, and vanadium.

Topics Related to Ultratrace

Germanium

...as a treatment
“...Germanium is not classified as a trace mineral but as an ultratrace element in human nutrition and is said to possess a variety of health benefits...”
Report by The Analyst™
Click to see sample report
Health problems rarely occur in isolation or for obvious reasons

Your body is a highly complex, interconnected system.  Instead of guessing at what might be wrong, let us help you discover what is really going on inside your body based on the many clues it is giving.

Our multiple symptom checker provides in-depth health analysis by The Analyst™ with full explanations, recommendations and (optionally) doctors available for case review and answering your specific questions.