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It’s important to determine which treatments are temporary and only required for initial support and healing vs. those which are essential for life long health and well-being. Many of these will correlate with complete blocks, or full typos in your genetic code while some may be vital supports for partial blocks that lead to substantial illness or disability. Most will require anywhere from 10-15 nutrients for maintenance. Still, some will be indispensable, others will no longer be vital, and many others will only be needed as issues arise.

B). Nerve Repair: Depending on your health problems, this is the ... ..more

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What is the NAT Gene ?

  4 years, 6 months ago

NAT
This is an acetylation pathway that helps remove specific toxins from the body (i.e. mold, yeast, fungus, etc). This pathway is driven by vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), so therefore this is often started at the beginning of the protocol, as it will help this pathway as well as adrenal function.
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What is the NAT Gene ?

  4 years, 6 months ago

NAT
This is an acetylation pathway that helps remove specific toxins from the body (i.e. mold, yeast, fungus, etc). This pathway is driven by vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), so therefore this is often started at the beginning of the protocol, as it will help this pathway as well as adrenal function.
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STEP ONE: Layering in The Foundation
Knowing your Nervous system #dominance is an integral part in establishing the treatment process.
A). Remove or limit triggers:
Processed foods contain excitotoxins, dyes, and #toxic preservatives. It is also crucial to remove obvious food #allergies . Please see Resqua pages on #excitotoxins for more information. This is simply defined and discussed in detail. 



B). Begin general support:
Provide a good foundation for your nervous system type and begin nutritional support. Though life threatening reactions would be extremely rare (and to my knowledge, unheard of), moving too quickly can result in more intense symptoms of ... ..more

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What are Neurotransmitters

  4 years, 5 months ago

Perhaps the best way to think of neurotransmitters is with an automobile example. Most automobiles in the United States are made to cruise at 60-70 miles per hour, perfect for interstate highways and that summer vacation. If we place that same automobile on a racetrack and drive day-after-day at 130 mph, two things would happen:
1). Parts would fail and
2). We would run the engine so hot that we’d likely evaporate or burnout the oil.
In fact, neurotransmitters such as serotonin act as the brain’s “oil”.

Comparable to a normal automobile on a race track, when we ... ..more

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What are Sulfur & Thiols

  4 years, 5 months ago

Andy Cutler informs us that many mercury toxic people are intolerant to certain #foods , commonly known as ‘sulfur foods’, which have a high free thiol content. Consuming foods high in thiols raises the circulating thiol levels that in turn mobilizes #mercury and creates symptoms. He notes, “You typically get a couple of hours of feeling good, energized, happy, and then libidinous, then you feel tired, draggy and depressed, which goes on for a day to a week. Of course if you are eating sulfur foods at each meal these all get stacked up and you can never figure out what ... ..more

Lab Tests indicating a need to address #Yeast Imbalances:
Elevated arabinose on OAT/Metabolic test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Presence of yeast on CSA/GI Profile
Low gut #pH , CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile

#Supplements to balance / repopulate GI tract/ decrease yeast:
Rotate #probiotics (one each day of the week):
_ Florastor
_ Lactobacillus Plantarum
_ Lactobacillus Reuteri ( Gut Health or Probiotic drops)
_ Suprema Dophilus
_ Allerdophilus
_ FloraElite
_ Nutriclean probiotics
Candisol
IMF 7 (Immunfactor #7)
Lactoferrin
Nautromycin Spray
Naturomycin Caps
Bactisolve
Stomach pH Balancing Formula RNA
CCK Support RNA
Mycology Support Formula RNA
Buffer pH supplement ..more

Elevated arabinose on OAT/Metabolic test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Presence of yeast on CSA/GI Profile
Low gut pH, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile

Supports to balance / repopulate GI tract/ decrease yeast:
Rotate probiotics (one each day of the week):
_ #Florastor
_ #Lactobacillus #Plantarum
_ Lactobacillus #Reuteri ( Gut Health or Probiotic drops)
_ Suprema Dophilus
_ Allerdophilus
_ FloraElite
_ #Nutriclean #probiotics
#Candisol
IMF 7 (Immunfactor #7)
Lactoferrin
Nautromycin Spray
Naturomycin Caps
Bactisolve
Stomach pH Balancing Formula RNA
CCK Support RNA
Mycology Support Formula RNA
Buffer pH #supplement
#Yeast ..more

What does this process look like when it’s broken? After reading the following, you will be able to envision the implications of defects or mutations. The following is an example of the health problems that might occur.
1. Poor nerve function leads to muscle twitching, numbness, and weakness yet misfires can cause seizures, fatigue, memory loss, word groping, clumsiness (with falls & injuries), and visual or hearing loss in those with MS, CFS/ME, or Autism Spectrum Disorders.

2. Depending on the neuro-talker, imbalances often lead to a variety of disorders including: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, irritability, mood swings, OCD ... ..more

#Glutamic acid
#Glutamate
Monosodium glutamate #MSG
Monopotassium glutamate
Calcium glutamate
Monoammonium glutamate
Magnesium glutamate
Natrium glutamate
Natural Flavors
Yeast extract
*Anything “hydrolyzed*
Calcium caseinate
Sodium caseinate
Yeast food or yeast nutrient Autolyzed yeast
Gelatin
Textured protein
Soy protein
Soy protein concentrate Soy protein isolate
Whey protein
Whey protein concentrate Whey protein isolate
Vetsin
AuxiGro (plant enhancer) Ajinomoto
Umami
Worchester sauce
Soy sauce
*Examples of hydrolyzed*
Pea, soy, wheat, whey, corn, & vegetable protein.
This additive is the most harmful version as it contains all 3 excitotoxins: glutamate, aspartate, & cysteine as well as chemicals known to be carcinogenic.
*Some #vaccines also include ... ..more

Consistently elevated glucose
Consistently low glucose
Elevated triglycerides
VDR Fok Ff ( -+) or VDR Fok f f (+ +)
Imbalances in pancreatic elastase on a CSA/GI Profile
Imbalances in chymotrpsin values on a CSA/GI Profile
Imbalances in SCFA (Iso-butyrate, iso-valerate and n-valerate) on CSA/GI Profile
Imbalances in LCFA on a CSA/GI Profile

Supports for Pancreatic Health:
Prolongevity Formula RNA
CCK Support Formula RNA
VDR FOK Compounded Supplement
Vita D-Light Spray OR Vitamin D
Special Digestive Enzymes With Each Meal
Fenugreek
Chromium
Red Rice Yeast
Vanadyl
GABA
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How can I care for my Pancreas

  4 years, 5 months ago

Lab Tests indicating a need for Pancreatic Support:
Consistently elevated glucose
Consistently low glucose
Elevated triglycerides
#VDR Fok Ff ( -+) or VDR Fok f f (+ +)
Imbalances in pancreatic elastase on a CSA/GI Profile
Imbalances in chymotrpsin values on a CSA/GI Profile
Imbalances in SCFA (Iso-butyrate, iso-valerate and n-valerate) on CSA/GI Profile
Imbalances in LCFA on a CSA/GI Profile

#Supplements for #Pancreatic Health:
Prolongevity Formula RNA
CCK Support Formula RNA
VDR FOK Compounded Supplement
Vita D-Light Spray OR Vitamin D
Special Digestive Enzymes With Each Meal
Fenugreek
Chromium
Red Rice Yeast
Vanadyl
#GABA
#Methylation ..more

1) Biopterin/Neopterin: For those with A1298C mutations, #BH4 (also known as tetrahydrobiopterin) levels are typically quite low. This test provides insight to how low these levels are and why. If neopterin levels are high, then I am considering the possibility of a lingering infection, inflammation or chronic immune response that is preventing #biopterin from being formed. Thus, this test provides information not only potentially low biopterin levels but also why they may be low.

If a doctor simply prescribes BH4 without understanding the need to address the inflammation and chronic infections, it is band-aide treatment over a gaping wound ... ..more