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The "Personalized Health Improvement Program"

services_lifestyle[1]_1.pngThe "Personalized Health Improvement Program".

Let's say the liver or kidney reflexes are active.  Then what?

Our next step is to test specific, time-tested and proven, highest possible quality nutritional formulas against those weak areas, to find which ones bring the reflexes back to strength.

Our decades of clinical experience tell us that when we have found the correct highly personalized nutritional supplements, we have identified the most important first step in correcting the underlying deficiency or imbalance that caused the reflex to be active in the first place.  By following the program as precisely as possible, you are well on your way to restoring normal function and improving your health.

This nutritional plan will give your body what it needs to thrive.  It will include nutrients you may not consume or assimilate in your current eating patterns.  Whole foods play in important role in a balanced eating plan.  The company we primarily use is Standard Process who are meticulous in their processing methods.

An example of a whole food could be carrots.  Carrots are high in Vitamin A Complex.  A "complex" is
something made up of many different parts that work together.  Synthetic vitamin A does not contain the whole " Vitamin A Complex" found in nature.  So, if we were looking for a food high in Vitamin A, carrots might be one of our choices.

images_1_.jpgIf one actually were deficient in any of the components of Vitamin A Complex, one would be wise to seek out a supplement that was made from whole foods that were rich in this complex-not from chemicals re-engineered in a laboratory to look like one little part of the Vitamin A Complex that has erroneously been labeled as "Vitamin A."  In general, vitamins only need to have a small percentage of their actual content derived from natural sources to be labeled "natural".  If they are not derived from whole foods, they often make you even more deficient and nutritionally out-of-balance.  They can create other health problems because they do not contain all of the co-factors found in nature that make the vitamins work.  Further if you were looking for food to get really good quality Vit A Complex you would want food that was grown organically- free of pesticides.   This is why we have choosen Standard Process because of the incredible quality of nutrients you receive.  No wasted money...

Designed Clinical Nutrition does not include'over-the-counter' vitamins.  Over-the-counter vitamins are pharmaceutically engineered chemical fractions of vitamin structures reproduced in a laboratory.  Because they are not made from whole foods, these vitamins lack many of the essential elements normally present in whole foods.  Further many of these "cheaper" supplements are just that - cheap in cost and cheap in quality.  Many supplements in the big box stores have been sitting on the shelf for years because they are made with loads of perservatives.  That is not for me.  I would not put gas in my car with sugar in it because it was cheaper.  Why would you do that to your body?

One example of a designed clinical nutrition supplement that we use is called "Catalyn".  This product is produced by starting with a wide variety of carefully chosen organically grown vegetables, taking the water and fiber out using a vacuum, low heat process-without heating or cooking the vegetables, and then utilizing the concentrated food to make a bottle of Standard Process Catalyn Tablets.

The key to this whole procedure is the way it is done, using the "Standard Process" method:

images_11_.jpgStandard Process nutrients are derived from plants grown on their own farms, in soil free of pesticides and other chemicals.  Scientists check the soil for fertility before the seeds are sown. Even the weeding is done by hand.

 

The machinery involved in the processing of these products is made of glass and stainless steel only. The temperature used in processing harvested plants is never raised above the point of 90 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the active ingredients are not cooked; they remain active and alive, and have a very long shelf life.

Your vitality and energy is derived from live food.  Most modern foods are considered "dead" due to overprocessing and the addition of preservatives. In fact, the World Health Organization stated that the topsoil used to plant most of our commerical foods are barren of necessary nutrients making a balanced diet almost unattainable.  From this the WHO recommended that most individual should take supplements.

One example of a designed clinical nutrition supplement that we use is called "Catalyn".  This product is produced by starting with a wide variety of carefully chosen organically grown vegetables, taking the water and fiber out using a vacuum, low heat process-without heating or cooking the vegetables, and then utilizing the concentrated food to make a bottle of Standard Process Catalyn Tablets.

The key to this whole procedure is the way it is done, using the "Standard Process" method:

Standard Process nutrients are derived from plants grown on their own farms, in soil free of pesticides and other chemicals.  Scientists check the soil for fertility before the seeds are sown. Even the weeding is done by hand.

The machinery involved in the processing of these products is made of glass and stainless steel only. The temperature used in processing harvested plants is never raised above the point of 90 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the active ingredients are not cooked; they remain active and alive, and have a very long shelf life.

Your vitality and energy is derived from live food.  Most modern foods are considered "dead" due to overprocessing and the addition of preservatives. In fact, the World Health Organization stated that the topsoil used to plant most of our commerical foods are barren of necessary nutrients making a balanced diet almost unattainable.  From this the WHO recommended that most individual should take supplements.

So whole food supplements from Standard Process are concentrated, whole food in a tablet, capsule or powder, prepared using a unique manufacturing  process that preserves all of the active enzymes and vital components that make it work as nature intended. These real food supplements have been designed to match the needs of the body, as determined by the positive response shown when tested against the active Nutrition Response Testing reflexes that were found on Your individual Nutritional Response Testing analysis.

 

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