Consumer Wellness Center

The Consumer Wellness Center conducts atomic spectroscopy laboratory testing of popular dietary supplements, superfoods and health products in order to find lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury, aluminum, copper, tungsten and other common elemental contaminants. We have found alarming levels of contaminants in many popular organic, raw, vegan and "superfood" supplements and plan to publish a large number of science papers and breaking stories in the public interest. The CWC has its own ICP-MS laboratory using EPA-approved methodologies with data validation run in conjunction with the University of Texas.

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