Plasma Pencil Measurement of Micronutrients

Still In Development Last Update: June 16, 2014

Iodine, Vitamin A, and Iron are common "micronutrients" that are essential for normal physiological functioning. Despite the small quantities in which they are required, they are also the "magic wands" of health enabling production of essential factors in the endocrine system and for cellular function (1). Globally, 2 billion are affected by micronutrient deficiency and half of all children from 6 months to 5 years suffer from deficiencies (2).