This information is for educational purposes only and not to be used for diagnosis or treatment of specific disease. A professional needs to be consulted and appropriate diagnostic protocols followed. 

Nutritional & Dietary Cleansing.. it's do able

Purification or detoxification can help you remove natural toxins from your body and help you maintain a healthy weight. We are exposed to external toxins everyday including pollutants, pesticides, and chemicals. Internally, our bodies produce waste products as a result of normal metabolic function. Although our body is designed to rid itself of these toxins naturally, it can become overburdened. Purification offers your body additional support to expel natural toxins and minimize your weight, which is important to maintaining your health and vitality.

There are about 80,000 synthetic chemicals registered in use in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention reports that hundreds of these chemicals are present in our body. Research has shown these chemicals can disrupt our immune, endocrine, nervous and reproductive systems. 

The program stimulates detoxification of the liver, kidneys, and intestines. This 21 day program includes using whole organic and unprocessed foods; avoidance of common food allergens, whole food supplements, and should include chiropractic and/or acupuncture. 

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The analysis of blood chemistry panels can detect metabolic problems that can cause a variety of symptoms. It takes years disease to manifest itself and the evaluation and treatment of functional problems is imperative. Often an incomplete blood chemistry analysis misses the problem promoting a wrong or incomplete diagnosis. 

Current science can detect problems related to organ dysfunction, stress reactions, environmental toxicity, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, auto immune issues, reactions to medications, and more.  Looking for 'yellow flags before they become red flags' is what holistic preventative healthcare is about. With a person's history, their exam findings, symptoms and lifestyle, chemistry analysis can guide an individualized program. Diagnosis is a like a mystery and our purpose is to look for clues,  keep our minds open for appropriate evaluation.  We need to come up with a plan and have a way to evaluate if the plan is working.

Hormone imbalances, musculo-skeletal inflammatory conditions, adrenal stress syndrome, anemias, and infections can show a chemistry profile that will manifest when body function shifts from balance, homeostasis, and moves into low normal or high normal values on it's way to diagnosed, recognizable disease . 

By using functional values, not only pathological values, individuals have the opportunity to enhance their life styles, make more appropriate decisions, reduce their healthcare costs, and thereby enhance their lives through better healthcare.

Isn't that what it is all about?  Physical, emotional, and spiritial health, creating the most good for more people, contributing to more collective satisfaction and happiness.  

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Genes & Lifestyle Affect Chemical sensitivities

Whitfield, JB, V Dy, R McQuilty, G Zhu, AC Heath, GW Montgomery and NG Martin. Genetic effects on toxic and essential elements in humans: arsenic, cadmium, copper, lead, mercury, selenium and zinc in erythrocytes. Environmental Health Perspectives

Although the level of exposure to toxic substances certainly matters, a person’s genes and lifestyle can significantly affect how harmful the toxic compounds can become.

Researchers in Australia have found that the extent of harm caused by certain common compounds could be influenced by a person’s genes and lifestyle. Two people exposed to the same amount of a chemical could have different levels in their blood and respond differently.

The study looked at seven elements, which included arsenic, cadmium, copper, lead, mercury, selenium and zinc. Test subjects included 2,926 adult Australian twins.

Researchers assessed the association between chemical composition and personal and socioeconomic status. They also identified specific genes that correlated with concentrations of the compounds that could possibly cause variation in blood chemical concentrations.

They found that genetic variation could significantly change how much of a chemical was found in the participant’s blood. Sex, age and tobacco or alcohol use also significantly affected the toxicity of the compounds and the effects varied depending on the compound they investigated.

For example, the quantity of alcohol consumed was correlated with increased blood concentrations of arsenic, mercury, lead and selenium.

Many studies, including this one, have found correlations with lifestyle and/or socioeconomic status with the amount of chemical found in a person’s body. This study highlights that genes and individual vulnerability may be a contributing cause, and could help health care professionals better understand the consequences of low dose chemical exposure.

This information could also be used to help protect the people at the highest risk by reducing their workplace or environmental exposure to certain chemicals.

    Fluoride Chemicals May Increase Lead Accumulation, Say Researchers

Fluoride chemicals added to public water supplies, boosts lead absorption in lab animals' bones, teeth and blood, report Sawan, et al. (Toxicology 2/2010). Earlier studies already show children's blood-lead-levels are higher in fluoridated communities, reports Sawan's research team.

"…exposure to increased amounts of lead and fluoride occurs at about the same age (1-3 years)… Therefore, this is a critical time when systemic exposure to fluoride should be minimized since fluoride may increase lead accumulation," the researchers caution.

Low-level lead exposure is associated with lower IQ, ADHD and many health and behavior ailments.

Fluosilicic acid (fluoride) is added to water supplies ostensibly to reduce tooth decay.

Possibly anticipating criticism that rats were fed higher fluoride-concentrated water than people drink, the authors write, "This concentration was chosen because it produces plasma fluoride levels that are comparable with those commonly found in humans…

"These findings suggest that a biological effect, not recognized so far, may underlie the epidemiological association between increased blood-lead levels in children and water fluoridation."

Attorney Paul Beeber, President, New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation (NYSCOF), says, "People need to lobby and petition their legislators to stop fluoridation in their towns, cities and states. Legislators are ignoring the science proving fluoridation is endangering our health, our water supplies and wasting tax dollars while denying freedom of choice." (see:

New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc