- Test Your Free Radical Level in 5 Minutes – at Home!
The Oxidata™ Test enables you to determine the level of stress on your body caused by free radical activity. People of all ages can benefit from knowing if they are getting enough antioxidants in their diets and nutritional supplements to effectively counteract free radical cell damage.
The Oxidata Test™ provides a useful nutritional guide in the form of a color chart that helps determine the amount of oxidative activity in the body and can be helpful in making appropriate lifestyle and dietary changes.
This one-time use, at-home urine test kit measures the level of free radicals in your system. Too many free radicals over a period of time leads to chronic diseases, cell damage and faster aging.
Causes of free radical damage
- Heavy metals and petrochemicals in the environment and in our foods
- Over-the-counter and prescription drugs
- Cooked oils and fats
- Viruses, yeast and bacteria in the system
- Low dietary anti-oxidants
- Mental/emotional stress
Everyone has heard of free radicals and the importance of antioxidants in the diet. The Oxidata™ Test enables the user to measure the amount of oxidative stress the body is enduring and the results of antioxidant intervention.
Many, if not all disease, afflict the body through oxidative damage. The free radical theory of aging says that it is the primary cause of aging itself.
Free radicals are like fire. It is only when free radicals become unconfined and excessive and start attacking normal, healthy tissue that disease takes place. This happens when antioxidant activity is inadequate.
Discover Your Need for Antioxidants
- The Oxidata™ Test is the world’s first and only non-invasive urine test that measures the amount of free radicals or oxidants in the body within five minutes.
- The Oxidata™ Test is an advanced patented technology available through our HealthQuest Practice.
- In-Office or At-Home Convenience
- Quick 5-minute test
- Scientifically Developed
- This urine test provides higher accuracy than an MDA (malondialdehyde) blood test. Accuracy is within the range of 90%.
The Oxidata Test Kit Includes:
- Oxidata Test™ Full Color Brochure
- Free Radical Activity Evaluation Color Chart
- Evaluation Explanation
- Test Results Tracking Chart
- Urine cup, the testing vial, a pipette to add urine to the vial, and specific directions.
- Each kit contains one test vial for one-time use.
Supplemental Dietary Restrictions Prior To Using Your Oxidata Test: The day before you use the test, do not take supplemental vitamins, such as vitamin C, vitamin B complex, or vitamin B-1 (thiamine), vitamin B-2 (riboflavin), vitamin B-3 (niacin, also known as pyridoxamine). Any oral intake of vitamins or medication that turns your urine to an excessively yellow color (Riboflavin) may interfere with your ability to interpret the reading of your value. If you are currently taking any medications consult with your physician about the results of this test.
Use the test at least once a week if the initial test shows high oxidative stress then reduce to once or twice a month after antioxidant supplementation has reduced it to a normal level. For optimal results, consult your healthcare practitioner before taking nutritional supplementation.
Place urine in cup and draw up one milliliter with the dropper. Break top off of ampoule and squeeze urine from dropper into ampoule. Wait five minutes; then hold ampoule up to evaluation chart to match colors. Record your reading on our Oxidata™ Test chart.
Frequency of Test
The frequency for the Oxidata™ Test varies with each individual. If an individual test color is in the high free radical range, the person should begin or increase antioxidant supplementation and retest at least twice a month until free radical activity has been reduced. The Oxidata™ Test should be taken once a month thereafter.
Your Test Results
To received the greatest benefit of your Oxidata™ Test, we recommend a consultation with one of our doctors to review your results. Call 1-800-794-1855 to schedule your appointment or for further information.