David Quig, PhD received his BS and MS degrees in Human Nutrition from Virginia Tech and a PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from the University of Illinois. After a five year stint as a Research Associate studying lipid biochemistry and cardiovascular disease at Cornell University, he was a Senior Cardiovascular Pharmacologist for seven years. For the past 23 years David has been the Vice President of Scientific Support for Doctor’s Data, Inc. He has focused on toxic elements, methylation and amino acid metabolism, the applied biochemistry of endogenous detoxification, and the influence of the gastrointestinal metabolome on overall health.
In this conversation with Laura Stirling, David Quig answers some of the commonly asked questions, including...
- What are the available options for testing?
- What are the main differences in metal testing?
- Why would you use different testing methods?
- What you need to be aware of before doing a metals test?
And much more.