Heritage makes a difference. I am now working with 23andme raw gene data to help clients with difficult health issues. Issues include MTHFR mutations, chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, cancer, fertility issues and more. Genes give us our potential but EPIGENETICS, how we live day to day, what we eat, the supplements we take, determine whether our genes work for or against us. If you have long standing, seemingly untreatable or poorly treated health issues consider gene analysis and a consultation. Once you provide the raw data from 23andme it can be analyzed, along with your client profile medical history to help determine if you have any specific and/or unusual nutrients needs (or things you need to avoid). Genes do make a difference. To begin the process Genetic Testing at 23andme Once you have your results email for help. All genetic data is handled securely and destroyed after analysis. I do accept clients without doing 23andme.
The major components of the human body are water, protein, fat, minerals (5-7%), and vitamins (less than 1/10th of 1%). Anyone who suggests or promotes supplements as a way to be healthy overlooks the facts. Treating a lack of high quality proteins, essential fats and/or adequate minerals or the consumption of lectins to which you are intolerant with a pill is at best uninformed and at worst criminal.
FOOD FIRST, REAL, FRESH, WHOLE FOOD compatible with your body. If you suffer from any symptom, condition, or disease check the pages on protein, potassium, lectins, and essential fats. Due diligence requires you start with the core elements that build and maintain a healthy body. Only after you have made certain you have these core elements consider additional items needed that you cannot get from your diet. These items are far fewer than you may have been led to believe. For many simply applying the principles found on these pages will restore health.
Water- Make sure you consume 1/3-1/2 ounce of pure water for each pound of actual body weight every day, more in summer heat, when exercising heavily, or if you have a fever or diarrhea. Typical daily losses of water from your breath, urine and sweat average about 4% of total body weight. Your body is primarily water. Shouldn't it (you) be fresh every day. Alcohol, flavored drinks, or soda should not be counted toward your daily total. A calculator for water intake, try it.
Pick one of the core elements, protein, potassium or healthy fats, and work on it individually for days or weeks. When you are clear on your own sufficiency proceed to the next crucial element giving yourself a chance to 'feel the difference'. Check your daily intake of water, protein, your fats both type and quantity, and your potassium intake from food. Count out the numbers in each core group. You will learn about your body, what you need, what works for you.
One more important thing, covered in the my workbook, it's ok to NOT eat. Eating day and night, every day of the year, is NOT healthy for humans. Eating frequent small meals is NOT ok. Breakfast, when you wake up, is NOT the most important meal. Give your digestive system a rest. I prefer the 8/16 intermittent fast (8 hour eating window, 16 hour fasting window) but one day a week or three days a month or ten days every 3-6 months consuming water only or other fasting protocol you are comfortable with, will help your body stay healthy, your mind stay sharp, and your mood stay light.
Deeper coverage of these issues and more are in the Practical Nutrition Workbook. November 2014 edition of the workbook is available for free, just request it. 300+ pages including information on synthetic folic acid (pteroylmonoglutamic acid), unmetabolized folic acid, MTHFR mutations, elevated fasting insulin, autophagy, Intermittent Fasting, Time Restricted Feeding, and the importance of anaerobic bacteria. The new edition should be available mid-2019.
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The purpose of this site is to let you know who I am and to bring some sanity to the question "What should I eat to be healthy?". If you need help now please click on the My Work link. The information provided on this site is to help you help yourself. To get the Practical Nutrition Workbook which contains everything on this website and 300+ pages more to help you help yourself, visit http://sunlightd.org. This page is maintained by Krispin Sullivan, CN Incline Village, NV 89451 (c) Krispin Sullivan, CN 1996 Last modified on: 14 May, 2019
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