Is the food we eat REALLY good for us?
Deep Healing Solutions offers individualized programs with the
ultimate goal to help you attain optimal health. YOUR program is
designed based on your body and it's needs in order to be chemically
balanced. Nutritional balancing focuses on the whole body, not
individual organs, but whole system behaviors. The main whole system
is your metabolic type or oxidation type. By balancing your oxidation
you will increase energy production and/or energy efficiency. When we
optimize our energy utilization we reduce stress on our bodies organs
and functioning and as a result we FEEL better.
How do we determine what YOUR body needs? Through a simple non-intrusive method called a hair mineral analysis. A sample of your hair would be sent to a lab in Pheonix, Arizona for a hair mineral biopsy, which is an absolutely amazing assessment tool that will give us the information we need to design a program specific to your bodies needs. You would be absolutely amazed how much information can be obtained from a simple hair sample!!! Here is a list of few things that it will indicate.
*reverse the aging process
* your stage of stress
* your oxidation rate
* your energy level
* dietary imbalances
* glucose tolerance
* calcification of arteries
* adrenal and thyroid activity
* tendencies for over 30 common health conditions.
With the information we obtain you will receive a program specific to your bodies needs. I work directly with Dr. Wilson (from Analytical Research Labs) or one of his assistants to design your program. Dr. Wilson has been studying hair tissue mineral analysis for over 30 years and studied under Dr. Eck after finishing his medical degree; Dr. Eck is the founder of Analytical Research Labs.
I will be your wellness coach and continue to work with you on whatever personal health goals you have!!
Copy and paste to get to website: hairmineralanalysis.info
None of the services or products recommended or provided by Marian Verhesen is intended as diagnosis, prevention, treatment or prescription for any condition or disease.
How This Program Works. Illness develops in layers. Often, years of physical, biochemical and emotional upsets deplete the body of nutrients, cause the accumulation of toxic metals and in other ways disturb the body. These insults are added to imbalances, deficiencies and toxicity with which almost everyone today is born. Healing is a reversal of this process. This program is concerned with healing these deep imbalances, not simply removing symptoms. Symptom removal often does not address causes.
Your hair mineral analysis reflects the top layer of your metabolism. We address what is revealed on the analysis with diet, supplementary nutrients, lifestyle modification, and detoxification procedures. After several months, a repeat analysis will reveal a deeper layer of your metabolism. Many times, it will look different from the previous layer if this healing program was followed. Uncovering and reversing layers of adaptations and compensations, a process we call retracing, requires time and some persistence, but is far more permanent and health-producing than simply stopping your symptoms.
- Theories linking vitamin D deficiency to cancer have been tested and confirmed in more than 200 epidemiological studies, and understanding of its physiological basis stems from more than 2,500 laboratory studies.
- Optimizing your vitamin D levels could help you to prevent at least 16 different types of cancer including pancreatic, lung, ovarian, prostate, and skin cancers. Overall, optimal vitamin D levels can cut cancer risk by as much as 60 percent, according to one large-scale, randomized, placebo-controlled study.
- The most important factor is your vitamin D serum level. In order to help prevent a wide variety of diseases and health ailments, your vitamin D level needs to be between 50 and 70 ng/ml year-round.
- The ideal way to optimize your vitamin D level is through sun exposure or a safe tanning bed. As a very general guide, you need to expose about 40 percent of your entire body for approximately 20 minutes to the sun, between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm, when the sun is at its zenith.
- According to recent findings from the D* Action study, adults need about 8,000 IU’s of oral vitamin D3 per day in order to get serum levels above 40 ng/ml.
I believe that the food we need to have our bodies function at an optimal level has at least some genetic basis. Some people do not believe in eating meat or any animal products and believe that we would all be much healthier if we all eliminated meat from our diets. They will often point to the countries in the world where their staple foods are mostly all plant based to show that this is healthy as there are no or little nutritional based diseases such as cardiovascular problems, diabetes, cancer, or obesity.
The vegetarian diet (there are numerous different variations here) has become increasingly popular throughout the twentieth century. There was a sharp increase during the 1970's and 80's when the notion of a heart healthy diet was one that eliminated fat. This began to be preached to us through media etc. and this is what the dieticians and doctors were taught as well. The problem is that this was just a hypothesis and it took a strong hold in our culture and suddenly became believed to be the truth. I remember when all the low-fat, no-fat stuff starting filling the shelves at the supermarket. I, like the majority of others, bought into the belief at the time. Unfortunately, even though the scientists of the day could not scientifically prove that a no or low fat diet was a heart healthy diet, the belief continued.
The nutrition based diseases have been
on the rise for the last 80 to 120 years with the advent of processed
foods. With the addition of eliminating as much fat as we could,
heart disease has not decreased ,even though we have been eating all
these no-fat, low-fat foods. In fact, it is increasing along with
diabetes, cancer and obesity. We are at the point now that some are
referring to these diseases as being at epidemic proportions.
If a diet of vegetables and legumes and fruit is what we need to avoid disease then why were the Inuit so healthy when 75% of their daily energy intake came from fat? During the winter months they consumed absolutely no vegetables or fruits!
It appears to me that there must be a
genetic basis to healthy eating. If this is the case then we must
look into our own family histories and try to figure out what our own
genes say we should be eating. This, of course, is virtually an
impossible task for most of us who have a "heinz 57"
genetic makeup. So, the only other alternative is to listen to our
bodies and figure out what our body is telling us to eat. But, even
to do this correctly we need a little bit of knowledge. For example,
let's take a protein metabolic type. When a protein type does not get
enough fat in their diet they will crave sugar and starches. This
person may then believe that this is what their body wants and needs
because that is what the body is craving when in fact it is fat that
the body is actually needing. So, interpreting our own bodies
cravings is not necessarily an easy task either.
There is one way that can bring us some certainty into what type of foods we should be eating and that is by doing a hair mineral analysis. It will tell us what foods are good for us and what percentages of carbs, protein, and fats our body needs to be running at its optimal rate. Without the correct fuel the body will be stressed at the cellular level. Since our bodies are so resilient we can live in this stressed state for many years or even decades and not even know it. If we gradually lose our energy level we may not even notice and just believe that this is the way we are. But, an unbalanced body chemistry will catch up with us at some point and our quality of life will not be where it could be.