Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.
It is far more important to what person the disease has than what disease the person has - Hippocrates (400 BC)
Your Life Style Educator (LE) will discuss your Medical Symptom Questionnaire (MSQ) with you, take anthropometric measurements, and run a Bio-impedance Analysis (body composition and cell membrane health). Next, you and your LE will discuss your history, and generate a time-line that includes childhood illnesses, family history, and life circumstances occuring around the time things began going awry. The time-line takes about 30-minutes to complete, and may be augmented during subsequent visits.
REPORT OF FINDINGS:
Based on your information, you and your LE will collaborate on a wellness plan. Specific dietary changes and targeted nutrients will be suggested. The pace of executing your wellness plan will be tailored.
At Life Zone Wellness we do not advocate extreme diet plans nor excessive supplementation. Rather we believe that the key to healthy brain and body function includes removing external factors that are underlying your health issues (e.g., Irritable Bowel Disorder), and then identifying and repleting those "body-familiar" nutirents that have been depleted. Examples are targeted probiotics for colon health, L-glutamine for small intestine health, zinc carnosine for heartburn related issues, and/or enzymes for bloating issues, etc. Client education is key to your recovery! No precription drugs are utilized.
If circumstances warrant, you may be referred to a Functional Medical Doctor for specialized testing.
The Compendium 1 is currently 330 pages and includes the following SNP categories:
- Phase 1 and 2 Liver Detox SNPs
- Methylation SNPs
- Alcohol SNPs
- Histamine SNPs
- Neurotransmitter SNPs
- Mitochondrial SNPs (Electron Transport Chain)
This SNPBit Compendium 1 is a compilation of four years of research gathered by Sterling and Cynthia, and our associate Carolyn Ledowsky.
The current SNPBit Compendium 1 will be updated shortly. Its next edition will include updates to the current enzymes/SNPs, additional sections/pathways such as the Pentose Phosphate Pathway, and more.