How much does nutritional balancing cost? Will insurance cover it?

Health is wealth. Insurance does not usually cover the cost of nutritional balancing, but some individuals have received compensation.  Having an initial hair mineral analysis test ranges from $75 to $250, depending on the lab and the practitioner.  Having a test doesn’t mean you are committing to the program, it simply gives you insight into your heath, and can explain why you may be having several symptoms that seemed unrelated, when in fact they have to do with your mineral and metal levels.  The cost of supplements ranges from $150 to $300 per month.

Read on: The next blog post is “Who can help me start on a nutritional balancing program?”

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