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Detoxing From Heavy Metal Poisoning Can Be Toughest For Vegans

Detoxing From Heavy Metal Poisoning 

Heavy metal poisoning is far more common than you may think.  You can get it from mercury tooth fillings, immunization shots, poor environmental factors. The average adult inhales thousands of trillions of mercury atoms a day from a mouthful of amalgams; fish provides trillions more, the air more, and in children, vaccines provide surges of trillions of mercury molecules per day in the form of ethyl-mercury, which is vastly more toxic than metallic mercury. Insulin molecules are directly assaulted as are insulin receptor sites.

The Paleo Vegeo I Barbara Christensen I Doterra I Detoxing From Heavy Metal Poisoning
Did you know that the geometry of your insulin can be changed by mercury? If it is the message that insulin has arrived to give glucose to the cell is not received.

Mercury is the most potent enzyme inhibitor that exists; it is in a class of its own and well deserves its title as the most toxic non-radioactive element. Since mercury and lead attach themselves at these highly vulnerable junctures of proteins, they can readily provoke biochemical shifts and then morphological changes in the body.

The formula I’ve most seen online to get rid of heavy metals – a gel cap 2x a day filled with a couple of drops each of cinnamon, clove, cassia and oregano.

“Supplements helpful in the detoxification process include: cilantro, Vitamin C, selenium, garlic and others. Eating a clean diet, free of pesticides, is a must for a detoxification program. I encourage my clients to eat whole foods, with adequate amounts of plant based protein sources while detoxing. Eliminating the refined sugar, refined flour, and refined salt will help any health condition and help any detoxification program.

Here’s the deal, however, you have to have sulfur in your diet to detox properly, even with the support of something like essential oils in your plan. Nutrition is so important and we are so busy thinking about the medicine, we often forget the nutrition.

In a study these doctors, Dr. McCully,  and Dr. Ingenbleek, MD that took place in Chad, they looked at twenty-four rural male subjects ages eighteen to thirty, and fifteen urban male controls, ages eighteen to twenty-nine. (Women in this region of Chad could not be studied because of their animistic beliefs and proscriptions against collecting their urine.)

The rural men were apparently healthy, physically active farmers with good lipid profiles. Their staple foods included cassava, sweet potatoes, beans, millet and ground nuts. Cassava leaves, cabbages and carrots provided good levels of carotenes, folates and pyridoxine (B6). The rural Chadian diet is plant-based because of a shortage of grazing lands and livestock, but subjects occasionally consume some B12-containing foods, mostly poultry and eggs, though very little dairy or meat. Their diet could be described as high carb, high fiber, low in both protein and fat, and low in the sulfur-containing amino acids. The urbanites added in meat. The results fround that the near-vegetarian subjects were thinner, with poorer muscle tone, and showed subclinical signs of protein malnutrition.

So are you deficient in sulfur? 

If you aren’t vegan, eggs are among the highest dietary sources of sulfur, more so than meat. Another major source of sulfur in your diet is methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM. The plant foods that are typically high in MSM include Brussels sprouts, garlic, onions, asparagus, legumes and kale. Mmmm… Kale!! Two B vitamins contain large amounts of sulfur. These are thiamin, or vitamin B-1, and biotin, which is also known as vitamin H or vitamin B-7. Biotin is present in large amounts in a variety of protein foods, including egg yolks, sardines, nuts and legumes. Other good sources include cauliflower, bananas and mushrooms. I also take a great B Complex daily because I just don’t feel like with my allergies I’m getting enough.

Dietary sulfur helps to improve the health of your joints, skin, hair, nails and connective tissues. It can also slow nerve impulses, potentially helping to reduce pain. So let’s think about that… if you struggle to detox, you have issues with inflammation, joint pain, and you aren’t getting the sulfur needed to detox – you’re going to just be pushing the toxins out and into other areas of your body, and causing more inflammation and pain. And what you are most likely doing if you aren’t flushing the toxins out of your body, is flushing the good bacteria out of your body instead. So you’re making the digestive issues worse, and that is the lead brain in all of this we’ve learned. Your gut is in more control than you think.

So this sulfur enables the transport of oxygen across cell membranes. You want the essential oils to be able to pass in through the cell membranes. And since sulfur is directly below oxygen in the periodic table, these toxic elements have similar electron configurations. Not only does sulfur have a unique action on body tissues, but it will decrease the pressure inside the cell. In removing fluids and toxins, sulfur affects the cell membrane. Sulfur is present in all cells and forms sulfate compounds with sodium, potassium, magnesium, and selenium. Organic sulfur, in addition to eliminating heavy metals, regenerates, repairs and rebuilds all the cells in the body.

Get it right, support the detox and hopefully feel better. And tomorrow I’ll share why I got into this in the first place… because it all comes together if you can wait long enough to really figure out my thought process. See you tomorrow for Part 2.

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Specific Healing Results with NutrEval Testing and Following Your Metabolic Needs

Specific Healing Results with NutrEval Testing 

Nutritional Testing for Supplementation for Metabolic Type Diet Dr Oz I CPT Barbara ChristensenThere has been a lot of talk lately about Metabolic Types (and even segments on Dr. Oz about The Metabolic Type Diet) and how to eat and live for your personal metabolic needs, and I completely agree with to a point. What you eat is personal, but you have to know more than just the foods that you are going to eat – and what type you are. You have to know about all of the other essentials that have a huge impact on your body and your health. And without all of the knowledge you will keep hitting the wall as you are struggling to get to that next level of health. 
I’ve become fully aware the last few years about just how a vitamin or supplemental shake can do for you to help you feel better and prevent illness, but the supplements in one shake are not always the right one for you. I was talking to someone about another line of shakes the other day, and switching was going to be a bad idea because metabolically speaking she needed the specific blend or endocrine supplementation that the original shake was giving her. Why waste your money on something that doesn’t work for you. You know what works and what doesn’t sometimes, but with the NutrEval test, you can find exact answers to your health questions. NutrEval can help you achieve optimal he a alth beyond just feeling better. This test panel includes several comprehensive tests that will give you that ability to make all of your health dreams come true! 

What tests do they run and how does the NutrEval Testing Results Get Understood

When you get testing from the doctor’s office it can be really hard to understand, and they don’t always go over what you need for optimal healthy change. If you take a look at a generic lab result of the NutrEval test you can see that what you will get is something easy to understand, and then you can start implementing changes very quickly. 

Amino Acid Test

Amino acids are vital for optimal health. They are the body_s basic building blocks and are responsible for the health of bone and muscle. Balance is critical for proper nerve function, detoxification, metabolism, and digestion. When amino acids are too high or low, they can cause fatigue, increased heart disease risk, and promote depression, anxiety and mood swings. Once identified with the NutrEval, imbalances can be corrected, helping to prevent many chronic illnesses before they can cause lasting damage. This NutrEval test amino acids in the blood.

Omega 3, 6, and Other Fatty Acids Test

Fatty acids are essential to the construction of cell membranes. Too little or too much fat can cause health problems. Reduced levels of certain fats can result in depression, hyperactivity, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, as well as early senility. In addition, pregnant and lactating mothers should have their fatty acids tested to ensure their children receive the fats needed for proper brain and nerve development. Measurement is the only means to determine your individual needs.

Mineral and Heavy Metal Testing

Minerals in our body serve two functions: one being that they are the building blocks, second being that they are regulators of our body_s processes. Many of these minerals are derived supplements. Some minerals can even be toxic. Magnesium, copper and manganese are beneficial. If proper amounts are not obtained, problems such as joint pain, weight problems, depressed libido, depression, or anxiety can occur. On the other hand, exposure to mercury, lead, arsenic or other heavy metals can be harmful, causing fatigue, emotional disturbances, even kidney failure. Laboratory testing can provide valuable information about your health.

Antioxidant Test

Antioxidants are protective molecules that reduce free radical damage or oxidative stress. Free radicals are naturally occurring compounds in our body that can cause severe injury to cells. Low levels of antioxidants lessen your protection from these harmful compounds. Antioxidants are essential for the body_s ability to protect against free radicals, and for healthy function of the neurological, endocrine, and immune systems. Oxidative stress is linked to premature aging, heart disease, neurological diseases, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Lab tests can assess equilibrium between oxidative stress and antioxidant protection.

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