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The Role of Supplements

It's More Than Just Eating the Right Foods

It’s Not What You Eat that Matters – Its What You Digest. In other words, it’s more than just eating the right foods, it’s a matter of getting the nutrition out of those foods and enabling the nutrients to be delivered to the cellular level.

By understanding digestion and the relationship to exercise, you will be able to:

  • Increase Your Metabolism
  • Burn More Calories
  • Lose Body Fat Quicker
  • Gain Lean Muscle Tissue
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The Role of Enzymes

As we get older, the pancreas produces fewer digestive enzymes. In addition, our modern diets are largely void of natural plant enzymes. This overall lack of enzymes causes the body to work harder, putting a strain on our internal organs and digestive system. This results in symptoms as minor as heartburn and bloating but can lead to symptoms as major as Irritable Bowel Syndrome and malnutrition.

The Role of Probiotics

Without good bacteria, our bodies are unable to digest food properly which restricts the absorption of nutrients. Unfortunately, every time we drink chlorinated water, coffee and alcohol, eat fatty foods, get stressed or become overly tired, we unknowingly kill the good bacteria in our bodies. Using probiotics helps support your immune system.

Blood Analysis to Track Your Progress

The Blood is the river of life which nourishes all organs and tissues. By analyzing your blood, we can help prevent ill health and improve wellness. We use a simple finger prick of blood examined through a high-powered phase contrast microscope to evaluate:

  • Free Radical Activity
  • Immune Stress
  • Presence of Fungi (yeast), Bacteria, Parasites and Other Microorganisms
  • Digestive Weakness
  • pH imbalance (Acidity or Alkalinity)
  • Crystalline Structures
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Areas of Toxicity and Congestion

You will see the characteristics of your own blood cells on the video screen and receive a verbal explanation and description of the viewing. It should be noted that blood viewing by microscopy is not a diagnostic procedure. It is an aid in the selection of supplements, nutritional support and lifestyle changes based on individual needs.