You would have to consult a medical professional for blood test interpretation. Hair tests are good, even if the hair is all of what you listed as long as you follow the sampling instructions carefully. Here are the instructions I provide: About a tablespoon of hair is needed. The hair on the back of the head is requested (see ARL form). However, any part of the head may be used to obtain enough sample. Hair Preparation: Make sure the hair has been washed with a mild shampoo. The sample should be taken between four and twenty hours after washing. Do not place other products on the hair such as hair cream/gel, hair spray or others. The hair should be dry when it is being sampled. Tints, dyes, color rinses (such as henna) and highlighting: These can be on the hair when a sample is obtained for analysis. Exceptions are: Grecian Formula contains lead and should be avoided. Head and Shoulders Shampoo contains zinc and could elevate zinc readings. Selsun Blue Shampoo contains selenium and could elevate this reading. Bleaches and Permanents: After a bleach or permanent, especially a beauty parlor permanent, it is best to let the hair grow out 6-8 weeks before obtaining a hair sample. The chemicals used can affect the hair structure. Hair Sampling Instructions: Using stainless steel scissors, not clippers, take several small snips of hair as close as possible to the scalp, from the back of the head (see ARL form). Take several small samples from different spots and combine them. This will minimize bald places in the hair style. For short hair1 in length or lessuse the entire sample length. For long hairover 1 in lengthcut off and use 1 to 1 of the hair from the end that was next to the scalp. Discard the remaining length of hair. Set up the cardboard weight scale by following the instructions printed on it. Placing the 1 to 1 long samples inside the circle on the card, continue sampling until the scale tips, indicating that there is an adequate quantity of hair for testing. Once an adequate sample is accumulated, combine and place in the sample envelope. Write the patients name, age and sex on the envelope.