Your Diet is Responsible For Most of The General Inflammation in Your Body.
There Are Three Driving Factors
OXIDATIVE STRESSCertain foods such as flour, sugar, alcohol, meat, dairy, refined grains, and fried
foods are especially inflammatory. When we eat these foods, our cells become
metabolically overwhelmed and damaged through a process called oxidative stress.
INSULIN RESISTANCEThe biggest contributing factor for reduced metabolism, low energy, and the
inability to lose weight. It further drives inflammation and reduces our body’s
ability to produce, absorb, and utilize hormones and nutrients.
MICROBIOME DYSBIOSISOur gut microbiome is responsible for thousands of biochemical processes that
we need in order to maintain optimal health. Studies show that the healthiest
people have more species and more robust colonies of gut bacteria, tend to have
lower BMI’s and live longer.
- Inflammation At the cellular level, whether from:
- Microbiome Dysbiosis
- Insulin Resistance
- Oxidative stress
- Vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and amino acids are responsible for thousands of biochemical reactions inside each individual cell.
- When we are deficient in certain micronutrients, it not only affects our health, but it affects the way we look and feel.
- Micronutrients are used in the building of proteins. When we are deficient it jeopardizes the integrity of the tissues and organs in our body. This can affect our outward appearance significantly.
- Micronutrient Testing
- Malnutrition Survey
- Metabolic Analysis
- Reduce Fatty Liver & Insulin Resistance
- Reduce Inflammation
- Balance Micronutrients
- Restore Microbiome
- Initiate Ketosis and Autophagy
- Malnutrition Analysis
- Remove All Inflammatory Foods
- Incorporate Antioxidant Rich Foods
- Begin Intermittent Fasting Regimen
- Starve Bad Bacteria and Feed the Good Bacteria
- Balancing Vitamins, Minerals, Fatty Acids, and Amino Acids
Individualized Human Nutrition & Maintenance
- Assess and Manage Insulin Resistance
- Assess and Manage Microbiome Dysbiosis
- Implement Intermittent Fasting Protocols
- Lower Carbohydrate Intake if Needed