This program addresses the basic nutritional issues involved in weight loss, and continued management, along with the neurochemical imbalances that play a role in: cravings, metabolism and appetite. Detoxification of vital systems and organs is also essential as well as rebalancing the body's natural internal flow system that allows it to function at its optimum rate.
Our unique combination of neurochemical supplementation and individualized nutritional strategies, along with hormonal balancing and detoxification, make our Weight Rebalancing and Management Program safe and highly effective.
* State of the Art BioEnergetic and Biochemical Evaluations * Initial Detoxification and Rebalancing of the body's natural flow system * Personalized Nutritional Strategies * Exercise and Dietary recommendations * Individualized Neurochemical Supplementation * Hormonal balancing
This program is designed to assist children with special needs such as ADD, ADHD, Autism and many other neurological deficits that our children are experiencing in ever growing numbers in our society.
The latest research suggests these imbalances relate to neurological deficits caused primarily by dietary insufficiencies, stress, genetics and various types of toxicity (including food sensitivities). As a result of these deficits, the way the brain communicates with the body becomes severely compromised. The correct combination of dietary strategies, coupled with targeted nutritional supplementation and gentle detoxification, are key components for restoring cognitive as well as physical health in children.
It is also designed to help our children with their special nutritional needs as they grow. Childhood obesity, learning disorders and many illnesses that used to be equated with adults only, are now plaguing our children in all age groups.
State of the art BioEnergetic and Biochemical evaluations
Clinical detoxification through specialized botanical and homeopathic supplementation
Food Sensitivity Contributing Factors
The Role of Neurotransmitters in Health
The human nervous system is arguably one of the most complex systems in nature. It is responsible for coordinating thousands of processes, from muscle contraction to crying. The center of the nervous system is the brain, which contains over 100 billion specialized cells called neurons. The nervous system also contains very important chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. The brain uses neurotransmitters to tell your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, and your stomach to digest. Neurotransmitters are also necessary to thought processes, emotions, and other essential body functions including sleep, energy, and fear.
Clearly, a system with this much responsibility needs to function properly in order for a person to remain healthy. Unfortunately, the nervous system can be easily disrupted through a number of factors: