This Appendix recommends conventional laboratory tests to help determine if you are overloaded with toxins. Although these tests are typically used to detect disease and not intended to assess toxicity, the research shows that within the supposed “normal” range they can indicate physiological adaptations to or damage from toxins. The Appendix shows Test Name, typical “Normal” Range, Toxic Ranges, and the Types of Toxins known to cause these alterations. While the tests won’t tell us the exact toxin, they do suggest types of toxins. Their huge value is that they are inexpensive and easily available. Finally, there is a simple scoring method to help you determine your general level of toxicity. As an example, my total score is 6.0. I and my family do everything we can to decrease our toxic exposure. Nonetheless, I need to do a bit better.