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38 E.Water St.
Chillicothe, OH 45601
ph: (740) 772-4920
Nutritional Balancing through hair tissue mineral analysis and urine and saliva analysis.
Offered by Sandra Dunlap, Native American Medicine Woman, CN and candidate for Doctorate of Naturopathy through Trinity College
We believe Nutritional Balancing thru Body Chemistry Analysis is one of the most advanced healing programs today. Getting rid of toxins and the balancing of Body chemistry is our goal. Body Chemistry Analysis consist of Hair Analysis and Flow Analysis (urine and Saliva)
What is a Hair Analysis?
It is a soft tissue mineral biopsy which is used to detect over 20 minerals and toxic metals. You get your own "metabolic blueprint" for the last 2 to 3 months. A Hair Analysis is considered a screening test which can give a lot of information quickly.
What is a Flow Analysis?
It is an audit of a person’s urine and saliva which is used to detect 10 metabolic imbalances in the body. There are many ways a body’s chemistry can go out of balance. These imbalances are very common and educating a person on correcting them usually results in major improvements in health.
Providing a mineral blueprint of one’s biochemistry, a hair tissue mineral analysis can provide pertinent information about your metabolic rate, energy levels, sugar and carbohydrate tolerance, stage of stress, immune system and glandular activity.
A hair tissue mineral analysis is a screening test for the level of 20 minerals and toxic metals in a sample of hair. It is a tissue mineral biopsy that is non-invasive, relatively inexpensive and extremely accurate.
A hair tissue mineral analysis is considered a standard test used around the world for the biological monitoring of trace elements and toxic metals in humans and animals species. The same technology is used for soil testing and testing of rock samples to detect mineral levels.
Hair, like all other body tissues, contains minerals that are deposited as the hair grows. Although the hair is dead, the minerals remain as the hair continues to grow out. A sample of hair cut close to the scalp provides information about the mineral activity in the hair that took place over the past three to four months, depending on the rate of hair growth.
How The Program Work
Illness develops in stages. 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, and not simply removing your symptoms. Symptom removal may occur faster, but often does not address the deeper causes of health problems.
WHAT CAN BODY CHEMISTRY ANALYSIS REVEAL?
A Window Into The Cells. Hair, urine and saliva analysis provides information directly about metabolism at the level of the cells - the main site of many nutritional processes.
Glucose Tolerance. Many minerals are involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates including manganese, zinc, chromium and vanadium. Ratios of sodium to potassium and calcium to magnesium also provide information about glucose tolerance. Toxic metals interfere with glucose metabolism. Inefficient carbohydrate metabolism drastically reduces cellular energy production, leading to many serious health conditions.
Detecting Toxic Metals. Hair mineral analysis is one of the few accepted methods to detect chronic toxic metal poisoning in the body. Toxic metals may contribute to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, fatigue, depression, anxiety, infections and many other conditions. Metals that are deeply buried may require a year or more before they are revealed on repeated mineral analyses.
Assessing Organ and Gland Activity. Mineral levels and ratios reflect the activity of glands such as the thyroid and adrenal glands. By calculating these ratios on a tissue mineral test, organ and glandular activity can be assessed.
Measuring The Energy Level. Energy is a common denominator of health. Many minerals are required for the production of energy within the cells. Hair analysis can help assess and guide the enhancement of the energy level.
When energy efficiency is low, many body systems break down. When cellular energy production improves, many symptoms and conditions resolve by themselves. This is a basic principle of many natural healing methods.
Determining The Oxidation Type. Some people metabolize carbohydrates and fats at a more rapid rate than others. The rate at which food is burned has been designated the oxidation rate. Each chemical reaction in the body has an ideal rate of reaction. Body Chemistry analysis can help determine this rate, and identify which foods and supplements would be most helpful to optimize the oxidation rate.
Identifying Disease Trends. Prediction and prevention are important concepts in health care. Over thirty disease trends can be identified from a properly interpreted Body Chemistry analysis. Tendencies are often revealed long before they show up on x-rays and blood tests.
Reducing the Guesswork In Nutritional Therapy. The precision nature of hair mineral analysis offers a method of reducing the guesswork in recommending diets and supplement dosages. For instance, very low hair calcium and magnesium levels indicate an alarm stage of stress in which the body excretes these minerals as part of the fight-or-flight response.
In this stage of stress, one needs more calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, choline, inositol and vitamin A. These will help balance the body chemistry. Other vitamins may be detrimental in this stage of stress. Excessive vitamin C, for example, can lower copper and worsen this stage. Amino acids, herbs and other nutrients may also be recommended based on the mineral ratios.
Monitoring Progress. Comparing the results of repeated tests over a period of months is an excellent way to monitor subtle changes in body chemistry, regardless of which type of therapy is used.
Understanding Behavior. Tissue mineral analysis is a powerful tool to identify and correct biochemical causes of mental and behavioral conditions. Minerals control neurotransmitters and other neuroactive chemicals. All the toxic metals are neurotoxic. Conditions that often respond include depression, anxiety, epilepsy, phobias, insomnia, fatigue, mood swings, attention-deficit disorder and learning disorders.
Replacing Less-preferred Minerals. When mineral deficiencies occur, toxic metals replace the missing vital minerals in enzyme binding sites. This allows the body to survive in the face of nutrient deficiencies. Nutritional balancing science involves reversing this process, replacing the toxic metals with the preferred vital minerals.
Improving Energy Efficiency. When the metabolic rate is too slow or too fast, energy efficiency declines. This is analogous to pedaling a bicycle too fast or too slow. Restoring health to the biochemical system allows thousands of chemical reactions to proceed at their optimum rate.
Hair/urine/saliva tests versus blood tests. Blood tests do not provide the same information as a properly performed Body Chemistry analysis. This analysis measures a different body compartment. Minerals are shifted from the tissues to maintain blood levels. This means that deficiencies or excesses often show up earlier in the hair/urine/saliva than the blood.
Toxic metals rarely remain in the blood for long, but often deposit in the hair where they can be measured. Blood levels of minerals vary very little, while hair values may vary 10-fold, providing information not available from the blood.
Blood tests give an instantaneous reading that may be affected by many factors. Body Chemistry analysis gives a long-term reading that is unaffected by recent meals, activities such as exercise, or emotional states. These and other differences make blood and tissue testing very different, with each providing valuable information.
Body chemistry analysis is an inexpensive, accurate screening method that can be of great help to understand body chemistry and design individualized diet and supplement programs. These can relieve biochemical stress to help restore and maintain optimum health.
By correcting tissue mineral levels and ratios with proper diet, supplementary nutrients and lifestyle modifications, many physical and behavioral health conditions, including those of long standing, will improve.
38 E.Water St.
Chillicothe, OH 45601
ph: (740) 772-4920