HOW TO INTERPRET A RETEST MINERAL ANALYSIS
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
î December 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
1. FOCUS ON THE POSITIVE OR JOY PATTERNS
If you do this, you will do well. The positive patterns are listed below. If you focus on the problems first on the retest, you will become confused and will miss what is most important.
2. THE MORE POSITIVE PATTERNS, THE BETTER AND THE MORE PRONOUNCED THE PATTERNS, THE BETTER.
For example, a person may only have one or two positive patterns on a retests such as a lot of anchors or an amigo dump, but there might be 10 anchors, which is excellent, and the amigo dump might involve doubling or even a greater rise in the amigos, which is also excellent.
3. IF ANY OF THE POSITIVE PATTERNS ARE PRESENT, BE LESS CONCERNED IF OTHER RATIOS OR PATTERNS LOOK WORSE.
Other levels, ratios and patterns will often worsen temporarily as the body rebalances and retraces.
4. ASCERTAIN, IF AT ALL POSSIBLE, HOW WELL THE PERSON WAS FOLLOWING THE PROGRAM DURING THE PREVIOUS 3-6 MONTHS.
If the person followed at least part of the program, then most likely the positive changes on the test are what matters. If not, it is possible that the person is not improving.
However, if the positive patterns are present, there may be some improvement anyway because the person was doing at least a little of the program.
II. MAJOR POSITIVE OR JOY PATTERNS
Anchors (be sure they are not a no-change pattern)
Jump Pattern (4 lows to 4 highs)
Hill Pattern (first four and/or second four minerals)
Coming Alive (first and/or second four)
Settling Down (first and/or second four)
Out of Four Lows
Working Through Four Lows
Perking Up Pattern
Eliminating Toxic Potassium
Getting A Brain (big aluminum elimination)
Into Your Issues
Dive Pattern of sodium and potassium (the numbers become much lower due to toxinc elimination)
Elimination of toxins (either toxic metals or toxic forms of vital minerals (an amigo dump) such as iron, manganese, chromium, or selenium. Also, at times, a rise in calcium, magnesium, sodium and/or potassium also indicate an elimination of toxic or less bioavailable forms of these minerals)
No more shell or less shell
Improved Ca/Mg ratio
Improved Na/K ratio
Improved Oxidation Rate
Poor and very poor eliminators: fewer of them or improvement in the levels if the poor eliminator pattern remains
An Intervention (magnesium jumps up)
Selenium and/or magnesium way down (retaining and replacing toxic metals)