Seasons Greetings from TMI | Trace Minerals International!
"Knowledge itself is power. (ipsa scientia potestas est.)"

Sir Francis Bacon

Thank you once again for your continued support and for the confidence that you have placed in us.

We have invested much time into the gadolinium controversy, have located interesting research data and learned that we do not know enough yet to provide solid information. We are working on it.

By continuing to evaluate and compare data on chelation, we communicate with medical physicians of various specialties and alternative health care providers. Through in-depth conversations, we learn from each other.

Chelation is considered an alternative or complimentary therapy but is often negated or rejected by conventional medical practitioners because of a so-called lack of scientific and medical evidence.

To prove or disprove this belief, we have invested an enormous amount of time comparing analytical results with scientific data and that is the basis of our new book:


New Book: Evidence-Based Clinical Chelation - A Textbook with Protocols for the Treatment of Chronic Metal Exposure

A Textbook with Protocols for the Treatment of Chronic Metal Exposure

The project was initiated by Dr. Ebrahim Sulaiman MD of Malaysia who contributed to the book along with the prominent researcher Dr. Swaran Flora, Director of the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER)-Raebareli, Lucknow U.P, India and Dr. Abdulkareem Almomen, Professor of Medicine and Senior Consultant in Medicine, Hematology and Metal Toxicology at King Saud University, Riyadh and Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Applied Hematology, Saudi Arabia. Other contributors include Prof. Ulf Lindt of Uppsala University, Sweden.

This 100-page ‘chelation therapy book provides sound arguments for chelation and therefore deserves to be in libraries of learning institutions. It is soon available through Amazon and main booksellers as e-book and soft-cover book in maxi format. For pre- or larger orders contact

Please note that our office does not fully operate between December, 25, 2019 and January 7, 2020.
Samples will be received, but reports are not posted during that time.

Urgent e-mails should be directed to:

We all wish you Happy Holidays and a peaceful New Year.

From all of us at Trace Minerals International Laboratories.