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Functional Diagnostic Nutrition, or FDN, is an emerging field and growing body of work that bridges the gap between clinical nutrition and functional medicine.
It is a holistic discipline that employs functional laboratory assessments to identify malfunctions and underlying conditions at the root of most common health complaints.
FDN embraces metabolic individuality and provides a step-by-step method that allows our patients and clients to achieve repeatable, consistent and successful clinical outcomes.
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition offers identification and correction of malfunctions of these systems …
- Intestinal Barrier
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Environmental toxins can be found in what you eat, drink, breathe, feel and think. You may not be aware of toxins, but if you want to be healthy, being educated on the latest toxins is a must! Chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and obesity may be associated with environmental toxins in your body.
The pearls of wisdom from expert speakers at the Detox Summit are essential to your health. Join us online for free from August 4-11.
This Detox Summit will provide you with the information you need to:
- Learn about environmental toxins in food air and water
- Understand internally generated toxins like thoughts, emotions and behaviors
- Recognize toxins of all types and eliminate them
- Focus on breakthrough solutions to gain more energy and vitality
Navigate your way through today’s toxic terrain when you register for the free, online Detox Summit today.
“Detox” is a multi-faceted term that means many things to people, from drug and alcohol detoxification to nutritional detoxification, or cleanses using food, smoothies and juices. Deanna Minich, PhD, has selected 30 experts in various areas of medicine, nutrition and personal growth to offer a well-rounded, credible approach to the issues of environmental toxins and holistic health.
Here are a few of the incredible presenters:
Jeffrey Bland, PhD, Father of Functional Medicine
The Science of Nutritional Detoxification
Mark Hyman, MD, Functional Medicine Expert
Toxins and Chronic Disease: Why Detox is a Necessity for Good Health
Jeffrey Smith, Leading Spokesperson on GMOs
Genetically Modified Foods as Toxins in Everyday Eating
David Wolfe, Superfoods Guru
Foods to Enhance Vitality and Detox
Rainbeau Mars, Fitness Model and Actress
A Full Spectrum, Superstar Approach to Everyday Detox
With 30 presenters sharing their wealth of knowledge, this invaluable (and FREE) resource is intended for people everywhere!
Better yet, if you register today you’ll have access to the following FREE eBooks as soon as you register!
- Food & Spirit Nourish Your Whole Self™ Report, by Deanna Minich, PhD
Detox Your Medicine Cabinet: 26 Herbs and Supplements that Treat Common Symptoms, by Aviva Romm, MD
Top 7 Therapeutic Foods, by Kelly Brogan, MD
10 Tips for Helping Your Loved One with Autism, by Martha Herbert, MD, PhD
Benefits of Vitamin D, by Soram Khalsa, MD
Come listen to The Detox Summit ONLINE for FREE from August 4-11, and learn to survive your toxic world!
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Hidden Poisons In Your Food
It’s getting harder and harder to make healthy food choices these days. Deceptive marketing and misleading labeling are commonplace. Some critical information necessary for you to be able to make truly healthy choices is legally absent from the label. It’s almost impossible for the average consumer to know what’s really healthy to eat.
You really need to be a food detective to give yourself half a chance of choosing foods that promote rather than destroy your health. However, there is so much misinformation about what is truly healthy that even the best investigators can be fooled. A number of experts and organizations that claim to provide genuine facts to help consumers stay healthy are guilty of spreading half truths.
Most people don’t have the time or desire to spend hours upon hours researching the literature to discover the truth about the food they eat. And even if they do, few know how to tell if a study is biased and provides incorrect information. For example, one study may say soy is healthy and healing. Another says it’s harmful. Other examples of controversial foods or food ingredients with conflicting messages about healthfulness include canola oil, meat, high fructose corn syrup and aspartame.
So, what’s a person to do?
The key is finding a few honest and reliable resources that you can trust to provide accurate and truthful information.
One of those resources is Food Additives: A Shopper’s Guide To What’s Safe & What’s Not. It has stood the test of time. Soon to be released in its seventh edition, the 2013, 20th Anniversary Edition has grown from a 64-page pamphlet listing only food additives and their safety ratings to a 144-page book that gives information on …
- how to read labels
- how to identify and avoid genetically engineered foods (GMOs)
- why Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) does NOT mean an additive is safe; and why many GRAS additives are NOT safe
- identifying additives that are potential carcinogens
- how to identify irradiated foods and why they should be avoided
- what those pesky little stickers on produce items mean
- food additives that are not listed on the label
Everyone needs to know this information if they want to be healthy. The book is pocket sized and easily carried with you to the grocery store when you shop.
The author, Dr. Christine H. Farlow, D.C., has been actively investigating and researching the safety of food additives since 1991. She is committed to finding the truth about these chemicals, many not adequately tested and used far too often, in the food we eat.
Her interest in the study of ingredient safety started with the “Healthy Eating” classes she held in her office. It accelerated in December 1990 when her dad was diagnosed with cancer.
Farlow is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a specialty in Nutrition. She practices chiropractic and nutritional counseling at her office in Escondido, CA, and also does telephone consultations. Counseling patients since 1984, she is a veteran at teaching people how to make healthy eating and lifestyle choices.
Cholesterol has gotten a bad rap over the years.
From what you’ve read, what your doctor has told you, what you see and hear on the news, from all the hype for you to get cholesterol screening tests, you’d think that cholesterol is a villain to be avoided at all cost.
The message most people hear loud and clear is …
- You need to lower your cholesterol as much as possible.
- Above 200 is too high.
- Avoid eating foods high in cholesterol.
- High cholesterol causes heart disease.
- If it creeps up over 200 take statins.
What you’re not being told is …
- Cholesterol is a major part of every cell in your body.
- Your brain is rich in cholesterol.
- Large amounts of cholesterol are required for the developing brain – in the fetus and infant.
- Poor eyesight and brain function result in children who do not get enough cholesterol as infants.
- The myelin sheath that surrounds all the nerves in your body is 20% cholesterol.
- Your body needs cholesterol for a healthy brain and nervous system.
Bottom line …
Avoiding cholesterol is harmful to your health.
Too little cholesterol can make learning difficult and cause memory loss.
In fact, one of the side effects of cholesterol-lowering drugs is memory loss.
In his book, Lipitor Thief of Memory, Dr. Duane Graveline chronicles his experience with memory loss on cholesterol-lowering drugs and how he saved his memory by stopping the drugs and eating an abundance of cholesterol-rich foods.
Cholesterol is necessary for your brain to function. If you deprive your brain of the vital nutrients it needs to do its job, it will malfunction. As we age, it is commonly thought that memory loss is part of the process. But it doesn’t have to be. If you’re not eating cholesterol-rich foods, you are depriving your brain and nervous system of essential nutrients they need for optimal performance.
Here are some cholesterol-rich foods that will help you keep your brain and nervous system healthy …
- Chicken Liver
- Chicken Giblets
- Beef Liver
- Turkey Giblets
- Pork Liver Sausage
- Heavy Cream
- Pork Ribs
- Turkey Neck
- Pork Shoulder
- Beef Chuck
- Duck Meat
Organic, grass-fed, free range, wild seafood is always your best choice rather than factory farmed land or sea animals.
If so, you missed out on a lot of awesome, valuable, health-saving information that you cannot find in one place … anywhere!
But don’t dismay, you can still benefit.
Even I was awed by information that I had searched for in the past, but was never able to find. Now I have answers for my and my family’s dental health that I feel confident in. It’s at my fingertips any time I need to look it up.
So, if you missed the Summit, you can still listen to all the speakers, listen to all the Q&A sessions and get transcripts of all the sessions. You can have this life-enhancing, life-saving information at your fingertips any time you want it.
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The health of your body starts with the health of your mouth!
Here’s a preview of the speakers and what they’ll be talking about at the HealThy Mouth World Summit, starting this weekend.
Watch the video to check out who you want to listen to. If you’re like me, you may want to catch them all.
If you haven’t yet signed up, click the link below the video to make sure you can take advantage of the wealth of valuable information about your oral health that is not typically found in one place. You don’t want to miss this one!
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I encourage anyone with any oral health issues to sign up for this FREE online event!
I want to share with you what I consider an important opportunity to learn how to live a healthier life.
It’s a FREE online event starting next weekend, January 13th.
The HealThy Mouth World Summit is a free online event where you can come listen and learn from the leading experts from around the world in solutions to create greater oral health.
But wait, I said to live a healthier life!
Well, it turns out that oral health plays a big role in how healthy the rest of our body is going to be!
Check out this quote from one of the most famous cancer doctors of the last century,
“97% of all cancer has a causal relationship in the teeth, jaw and tonsils.” ~Dr Josef Issels
Whoa! 97% of all cancer is caused from the mouth region???
Here’s a short video that introduces the HealThy Mouth World Summit and touches on this relationship the mouth has in creating or destroying our health.
Not only do you get to learn from 21 expert presentations from around the world, but you’re also invited to attend live Q&A sessions with the experts… for FREE!
Ok, long enough!
See you at the Summit!
Have you ever wondered what the real truth is when it comes to dental procedures and dental materials used to correct the problems with your teeth and oral health?
- Are amalgam fillings safe as the dental industry says they are or is there really cause for concern?
- Is fluoride really good for your teeth or is it toxic like so many health advocates claim?
- What about root canals?
- Can eating the right foods really make a difference in your dental health?
These questions and more will be answered in the HealThy Mouth World Summit.
Even I have questions about what’s really true and healthy. I’ve spent hours upon hours searching for the truth online when it comes to my own dental health and I still don’t feel like I’ve got it all figured out. So, I jumped at the opportunity to share this important program. I’ll be there. I wouldn’t miss this opportunity to learn from the real experts.
To join me, click the link below the video to sign up.
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The debate has been ongoing, probably for centuries. There are those who claim that being a vegetarian is the healthiest way to eat. Others contend that animal proteins are necessary for good health. There appear to be credible sources on each side of the debate.
Who do you believe?
If we take a look at the animal kingdom, we note that …
- Herbiverous (plant eating) animals have a very long digestive system with several stomachs to digest and extract the nutrients from plants.
- Predatory animals have a short digestive system and cannot digest plant foods.
The human digestive system is short, similar to that of predatory animals, with one stomach, and produces enzymes that only break down animal products.
So, are humans supposed to eat only animal foods?
In actuality, both plant foods and animal foods serve a purpose for our bodies and our health.
Animal foods build our bodies and nourish our cells. They feed our bodies to meet our complex nutritional needs.
Plant foods, on the other hand, are cleansing and detoxifying. They help to remove toxins from our bodies and aid in healing.
This is why programs like juice fasting and vegan diets help people to heal from serious illnesses. But once your body is finished cleansing, you have to feed and nourish your body to rebuild your health.
Nourish Your Body And Build Good Health
Nourishment and health building is best done with clean animal foods from organic, grass-fed, pastured animals raised in the outdoors and sunshine, allowed to eat their native diets.
Both animal foods and plant foods, raw and cooked, are part of an ongoing healthy diet.
How much of each should you eat?
It varies. Because we are all unique individuals, there is no one eating prescription that is right for everyone.
When you are eating only healthy foods, you need to pay attention to your senses.
- Are you hungry?
- What do you feel like eating?
- Does it smell good?
- Does it taste good?
- Do you feel satisfied after you eat it?
Tune in to what your body wants. When you listen, you will be eating what your body needs.
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Source: Feeding Versus Cleansing by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride