Calcium To Phosphorus Ratio
The calcium to potassium ratio shows the balance of the autonomic nervous system.
This ratio determines the metabolic type in hair testing.
The ideal Ca/P ratio is 2.6
The Calcium To Phosphorus Ratio (Ca/P) indicates the metabolic type
- When calcium is higher than phosphorus, this is a SLOW metabolic type (1, 2, 3 or 4) – parasympathetic dominant.
This mean sympathetic dominance or fast type – stuck in “fight or flight” mode,
- When phosphorus is higher than calcium, this is a FAST metabolic type (1, 2, 3 or 4) – sympathetic dominant.
This mean parasympathetic dominance or slow type – stuck in “rest, relax” mode.