About Hartmut Gunther

Hartmut Michael Günther ABN: 58 845 464 564 Business address & Nutrition Medicine Clinic: Suite3, 214 Beardy Street, Armidale, NSW, 2350 Phone: 0439 54 7788 E-Mail: hart@toxno.com.au Web: www.toxno.com.au Graduate Diploma with distinction Nutrition Medicine, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia (completed 2010). Extensive research, clinical experience and writing in Nutrition. The involvement of nutrition in many common medical conditions and importantly, the design of effective intervention strategies to attenuate disease progression was gained. The Nutrition Medicine Course was at RMIT University in Melbourne in conjunction with the Australian College of Holistic Medicine (ACHM) in Brisbane. Studied under Professor Dr. Melvyn Sydney-Smith. His details and in-depth background on Nutrition Medicine can be found at www.nutritionmedicine.org B.Sc. Hons Biochemistry, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia (completed 1978) A major in Genetics and Biochemistry, La Trobe University in Melbourne, followed by a Hons research year in biochemistry. Biochemistry forms the basis of understanding nutrition and human metabolism.

How we get exposed to the heavy metal, CHROMIUM (Cr)

This is an evolving testament of possible exposures to the toxic form of Chromium (hexavalent chromium). Data comes from researching the current literature and other sources. Thanks to all the scientists, researchers, universities, government departments and investigative journalists for making this data possible and available. At Toxtest we conduct Hair Analysis that can reveal low-dose [...]

By | August 17th, 2016|Heavy Metals|0 Comments

Sources of Lead Exposure

This article gives a comprehensive list and explanation of possible exposures to the heavy metal, LEAD (Pb). It is designed to complement the Toxno Lead Exposure Routes. Many thanks to the hard work of the folks at the Lead Advisory Service Australia. If you know of additional exposure routes to Lead, please contact author or [...]

By | August 7th, 2016|Heavy Metals|0 Comments

About Toxno

Toxno draws on large publicly available datasets to communicate toxic chemical dangers due to low dose exposures in everyday life. This is complemented by a series of deep investigations into outdated practices, insidious...

By | July 24th, 2016|about toxno|0 Comments

Acknowledgements and References

These are the evidence-based and peer-reviewed references we use to compile the material on Toxno. Over 25,000 substance profiles. Additional reference material is used for the articles and investigations. These references and links represent a lot of hard work by mankind over generations. Main Data Source References APPEA Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association | [...]

By | July 24th, 2016|about toxno|0 Comments

Terms and Conditions

Duty of Care We take the utmost care with researching and presenting information. All content on toxno and it's associated web entities are for inspirational and educational purposes only. We never diagnose or even imply that you may have any medical conditions. Every person that writes for or interacts with toxno via commenting or posting [...]

By | July 24th, 2016|about toxno|0 Comments

Privacy and Security

We take security and your privacy very seriously You have the option of remaining anonymous if you wish. We never give your email to anyone. We don't store your details on the internet. Any processing of an assessment or the production of a report or compiling and visualising lab results is done by our in-house [...]

By | July 24th, 2016|about toxno|0 Comments

Toxtest Introduction

Human, Animal & Environmental Toxic Chemical Exposure Testing & Result Visualisation Toxtest works with the Environmental Analysis Laboratory (EAL) in Lismore, NSW to provide extensive Toxic Chemical Testing. Results are then visualised and put in context to your health & any environmental contamination according to multiple safety based guidelines. No stone is left unturned. Our [...]

By | June 28th, 2016|Toxtest|0 Comments

Language can confuse and mislead

Are these two bolded statements saying the same thing? Statement one In the last years, the detection of environmental hazardous chemicals has been rising in demand. Pesticides (herbicides, fungicides or insecticides) are environmental pollutants often found in soil, water, atmosphere and agricultural products, and may exist in harmful levels, posing an environmental threat. Even low [...]

By | April 30th, 2016|Alerts|0 Comments

Thank You

Thank You for helping fund this Investigation. Your transaction has been completed. A receipt for your purchase can be emailed to you upon request. Thank you again. Editor: Hartmut Günther

By | December 16th, 2015|Thank You Page|0 Comments