Are Your Clients Nutritionally Balanced?
We are all individual in every way. The nutrition that sustains our lives is essential and yet we take this for granted. However personalisation of our nutritional food intake is now even more important in this modern age as we are surrounded by pollutants. Nutritional food is of fundamental importance in the state of wellness and wellbeing of any individual. There is a popular saying that states that we are what we eat, and this is not the case at all. We are what we absorb, the rest of the food we eat becomes toxic waste and thus it needs to be eliminated via sweat, vomiting, the faeces and the urine.
The Epigenetic influences on Nutrition should be viewed as a whole and not as an individual component of one specific Vitamin, Mineral or dietary plan. Underlying personal nutritional needs may be associated with other cellular functions, for instance, fluid shortage, lack of fatty acids, amino acids etc. These are substances that will assist in assuring the optimal function of the cell. For example, in many cases it is not enough to take Vitamin B without considering other parameters, such as protein synthesis, sugar metabolism, carbohydrate metabolism, fatty acid metabolism, the microbial balance of the intestine, dehydration. These all may need to be balanced before the cells can use the specific nutrient.
Aging is not a disease yet growing old and looking younger than our age is not the norm. We are all different and everyone has a different reason for being overweight, depressed stressed and looking older than our birth years.
What makes us so different and unique?
Apart from the obvious DNA links, the foods we consume and our environmental impacts affects everyone, more than our DNA inheritance. We all have different underlying environmental stressors that reflect in our aging process as well as our weight and shape. Balancing our systems with the correct epigenetic nutritional influences can optimize our lives.
In many cases of memory loss, aging and obesity have been associated with the incorrect nutritional intake. An important factor is also gut floras, which have possibly been reduced by Electro Sensitivity, environmental chemicals, mould and radiation. Without the appropriate gut flora (Pre and Pro biotics) the gut system is unable to function correctly. In recent studies most Americans were found to have poor gut flora colonies, gut floras also produce dopamine and tryptophan, which are important brain functional receptors.
While the Cell Wellbeing report is none diagnostic, it could possibly highlight various underlying areas that may impact our gut flora and thereby our aging processes as well as our weight and shape.
The Epigenetic report also indicates Underlying food stressors and foods to avoid for the next 30 / 60 / 90 days: these may be our favourite foods, which may be causing negative underlying interactions that reduce our systems ability to burn fat or speed up the aging process. They can also drain the overall energy levels of the body as our system use energy created from the good foods in order to counter the impact of the negative foods. This reaction then leaves our system demanding even more food. This creates a vicious circle if you are eating the wrong food.
The Epigenetic Mapping indicators highlight important nutritional information in these key areas.
None of these statements have been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. It is intended to provide nutritional food information. The digital process uses We use In-Vivo rather than In-Vitro technology and therefore does not provide reproducible indicators as it reflects the constant changing epigenetic environment at the quantum biological level. For this reason, nutritional food optimization should only be considered every 90 days. it is NOT recommended that a new Optimized Equine report be created within this period.