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    Here's a delicious 😋 healthy snack that's packed with healthy fats (brain🙆), protein (muscle 💪 preservation), a little carbohydrate (energy🔥💥⚡) and fiber (motility💩)! 😊 It also curbs the afternoon sugar crash cravings during meetings 😴😴😴 😳😉! #nutrition #wellness #workplacehealth #healthy #naturalhealth #fitness #diet #hairanalysisresults almond buttersoak your nuts
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    What kinds of things can your hair analysis results tell you about your health? Here's a brief touch on just 1 of 27 things we can see: Iron - Fe Iron binds our blood, forming the central structure of the hemoglobin molecule. Hemoglobin is responsible for carrying and releasing oxygen into our cells. It's also critical for maintaining healthy immune function, increasing nearly every aspect of are offensive immune system, and keeping us youthful by helping form collagen that keeps our skin firm and taught. The recommended daily allowance of iron for men is 8 milligrams per day and 18 mg per day for women. You should get at least 1.2 ppm and up to 3.5 ppm on your result; otherwise, you are too low. Although, you may not need to supplement at all if you’re consuming a healthy amount of seaweed every day. Kelp contains 100 mg per 3-oz serving. But, if seaweed is not on your typical menu, blackstrap molasses, and pumpkin seeds are all excellent sources. Most nuts, seeds, eggs are also good sources. For more go to https://hairanalysisnutrition.com/b…/f/hair-analysis-results Iron rusting
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    How To Read Your Hair Analysis Results What do you do when you get your hair analysis results back? It may look complicated, but we don’t want you to fret over it - We will explain it to you. Hair mineral analysis represents the mineral levels in your body, especially in your skin, organs, and muscles, as well as heavy metal toxicity. It tells us how your body is working. We know you’re anxious to understand what's going on and how to start making healthy changes to feel better. We’re here to give you a little heads up on what to expect! And for this, we’ll be looking at our sample client, Fred. All of the results in the analysis have the utmost importance concerning your health. We’re going to look at five of the 27 key points them today and explain how they work in your body, what foods you can find the nutrients in, and why sometimes supplementing works best. We want this to be a primer for you, so when you sit down and talk with us during the follow-up sessions, you’ll begin to understand how these play an integral role in your health and wellness. Calcium - Ca We all should be getting calcium because calcium is one of the primary components of our bones. And your heart muscle depends on calcium to get enough energy to beat smoothly. Do you experience brain fog every so often? It could have to do with the lack of calcium in your system because many of the neurotransmitters in our brain require calcium to function properly. When you look at your results, you may be surprised at just how much calcium you need to feel better. Many people do not receive enough calcium in their diet (just like Fred), so adding a good supplement is essential. The recommended daily allowance is 1000 milligrams of calcium per day, but many need much more. On the hair analysis, 400ppm of calcium in your hair is ideal, but Fred’s is far below that. If you want to start eating a little bit more calcium, we recommend leafy greens such as cabbage, kale, and collards. Seaweeds are very high in calcium, as are hard cheeses, molasses, nuts, and brewer’s yeast. A proper calcium supplement is helpful, especially when your levels are low. Iron - Fe Iron binds our blood, forming the central structure of the hemoglobin molecule. Hemoglobin is responsible for carrying and releasing oxygen into our cells. It's also critical for maintaining healthy immune function, increasing nearly every aspect of are offensive immune system, and keeping us youthful by helping form collagen that keeps our skin firm and taught. The recommended daily allowance of iron for men is 8 milligrams per day and 18 mg per day for women. You should get at least 1.2 ppm and up to 3.5 ppm on your result; otherwise, you are too low. Although, you may not need to supplement at all if you’re consuming a healthy amount of seaweed every day. Kelp contains 100 mg per 3-oz serving. But, if seaweed is not on your typical menu, blackstrap molasses, and pumpkin seeds are all excellent sources. Most nuts, seeds, eggs are also good sources. Potassium - K One of the critical electrolytes, along with sodium and chloride, potassium is a nutrient most people get enough of, and you can see Fred is really close. But, if you’re eating a diet that’s higher in processed food or under significant stress, you could be displacing your sodium-potassium balance, causing potassium insufficiency, cell hyper-permeability, and hormone imbalance. Not having enough potassium in your diet can cause breathing problems, weakness, heart palpitations, and nerve problems. We recommend being tested for your potassium and sodium levels and balancing them first before supplementing with potassium. Fortunately, many foods are very high in potassium, and when you eat your potassium, you're less likely to overdose – which is especially true if you are on diuretics or other medications that cause you to excrete potassium and sodium into your urine to lower blood pressure potassium. Foods high in potassium include seaweed, seeds, herbs and spices, and green leafy vegetables. Zinc - Zn If you're feeling a little off, it could be your hormones, which might tie back to a zinc deficiency. And many of the metabolic reactions that use our hormones to create energy, heal wounds, stimulate the immune system, and produce beautiful hair and nails, use zinc as a critical factor. Feeling fatigued and getting sick can be linked to a zinc deficiency. Unfortunately, most people don't get enough zinc, like Fred, and try and supplement with lozenges and pills that aren't right for our bodies. Too much zinc supplements could cause other mineral deficiencies, so balance is the key. That’s one of the topics we cover in our follow-up sessions. You should get between 8 and 11 mg per day of zinc. Fortunately, seaweed again is a top contender for getting enough zinc. You can also find potent sources of zinc in ginger, red meat, nuts and seeds, and eggs. Sodium - Na Pairing up with potassium, sodium plays a critical role in many of our health functions. But, this is one supplement very few people need to add to their diet. If you're eating any processed foods, you add iodized (a lousy form) salt to your diet. Fred’s analysis shows he gets plenty of sodium in his diet, and he admits to eating a few too many processed foods. The most common sign of having too much sodium is higher blood pressure. But, if you have too much sodium, you most likely have not enough potassium – just like Fred. Bringing these two into balance helps significantly increase energy, decreases fatigue, and improves your immune system. Conclusion Knowing precisely what your body is doing helps improve the types of food you eat and your activities. Sometimes, all you need is a small supplement to help improve your life. That’s why we recommend talking with us to get your hair analysis done, so we can explain if a supplement is necessary, what foods to eat to help, and how to make sense of everything. You should always remember that each nutrient links with one another in very complex ways. Simply supplementing with one particular supplement could throw many others out of alignment. Let us help you with the plan to bring all of your numbers in the balance. Fred Jones Graph
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    Please take time to hear this one out. At 11 minutes or so he discusses the heavy metal toxicity in the mitochondria of our cells. That's where I come in to to help you purge them for long term health! https://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=uRu238vKOLQ&u=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DFeTaejpg18g%26feature%3Dshare chemtrails
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    What is your oxidation rate? Do you have a lot of free radicals/oxidants? Our body is an electrical being with electrons fueling our cells within the mitochondria. If you have a low supply, you are exhausted. Damaged cells with oxidants steal electrons from healthy ones thus creating another Oxidants. It’s like a piece of gum collecting debris causing a big pile of garbage. If you don’t have the energy or strength to clean it up, it grows, possibly causing disease. We can not possibly eat enough anti-oxidant food within a day due to our depleted soils and foods. Supplementation to rebuild and detoxification is key!! Our AMAZING bodies can combat this and heal itself with the right tools. Since we are all unique, we need specific tools (supplements) and ways of detoxifying to allow it to happen. To find out where you are and to have a plan you can measure it scientifically with a hair analysis. It is your map to tracking and directing you to better health! www.hairanalysisnutrition.com stock-photo-february-rio-de-janeiro-brazil-plastic-garbage-pollution-bottles-and-bags-pollute-the-635262995
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