GPL-TOX Profile (Toxic Non-Metal Chemicals) (18)


Assess Environmental Toxic Burden

Our daily lives expose us to hundreds of toxic chemicals, from various sources such as food, pharmaceuticals, household products and environmental pollution. This exposure has increased due to industrialization, overdevelopment, and chemical-intensive agriculture. Unfortunately, exposure to these toxicants can lead to a wide range of health risks, from minor skin irritation to life-threatening illnesses.

The GPL-TOX Profile is a comprehensive assessment of exposure to environmental pollutants. This urine-based assay screens for 173 toxicants through 18 metabolites, including Tiglyglycine, a key marker for mitochondrial damage often associated with chronic toxin exposure. By utilizing advanced mass spectrometry (LC/MS), the GPL-TOX Profile is able to detect lower levels of certain genetic, mitochondrial, and toxic chemical markers that conventional mass spectrometry may miss.

GPL-TOX Profile (Toxic Non-Metal Chemicals) (18)_Sample report.


What Patients Might Benefit From the GPL-TOX Profile

Exposure to these environmentally ubiquitous compounds can cause endocrine and metabolic disruptions and have been associated with many diseases and conditions.

Autism, Behavioral Issues, Cardiovascular Disease, Certain types of cancer, Early or delayed puberty, Endocrine Disruption, Fatigue, Immune Suppression, Infertility, Kidney Disease Mitochondrial Disorder, Neurological Problems, Obesity, Thyroid and Adrenal Dysfunction.

The GPLTOX test report is a useful resource for practitioners who want to gain valuable insights into their patients potential exposure to environmental pollutants.

The test report lists all metabolites along with their parent compound while organizing into clinically useful categories including:

  • Industrial Toxicants
  • Organophosphate Insecticide Metabolites
  • Herbicides
  • Pyrethroid Insecticides
  • Markers for Mitochondria Function

GPL-TOX Profile (Toxic Non-Metal Chemicals) (18)_Brochures.