After careful thought, consideration, research and listening to experts and my clientele, I have decided to focus on just one (1) test for my clients. It is the all-inclusive ULTIMATE test. It is called this because it truly is the ultimate testing for just about everything from inflammation, heart health, immune system, detoxification, nutrients, weight management, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and exercise to name just a few.
OK, I made a few New Year resolutions. Did you? One of the major areas for me to look at and deal with surrounds FEAR! Yes, fear is real at the time you’re feeling it or even thinking about it. But, often times when we break it down, the fear isn’t “real”, but a...
Wow, another year has come and gone. It seems each year is going faster and faster, so I just hang on, take charge when I can, and keep going! Every New Year brings many wishes for a Happy year. I like that, but what I like to encourage clients and others is to have a...
Our genes interact with the environment over time to create different outcomes through a process known as “phenoplasticity”. Exposure to toxins, biological agents, diet, and physical activity all have a different impact on your health – depending on your genes. Genomic testing and interpretation identifies genetic variations impacting individual biochemistry and metabolism. Genomically informed, personalized healthcare can create appropriate interventions for delaying or avoiding many chronic diseases associated with aging, including: heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, obesity, and cancer.
Estrogen metabolism is one of the most important factors influencing a women’s health. 70% of breast cancer cases are estrogen-induced. 10-15% of all cases are due to hereditary gene mutations such as BRCA1 or BRCA2. Understanding a woman’s genomic profile associated with estrogen detoxification can provide personalized strategies to improve estrogen metabolism and potentially reduce breast cancer risk.
Grass-fed beef provides many benefits that cannot be found in commercial, grain-fed beef. Compared with commercial beef, grass-fed beef is lower in calories, contains more of the “good” fats and fewer “bad” fats, is richer in antioxidants and doesn’t contain added hormones, antibiotics or other drugs.
Breast cancer related effects of eating Kale: Components of kale have been found to down-regulate hormone receptor expression, promote apoptosis, suppress cell cycle progression and inhibit angiogenesis of human breast cancer cells.
Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium, which is essential for good bone health. Vitamin D is also extremely important in your immune system. It also helps your muscular and nervous systems to function correctly. So, it has many functions when it comes to your health.
I’ve had a lot of women contacting me regarding breast cancer prevention and genomic testing. So, I’d like to present a CASE STUDY so that you can get a better understanding of what this genomic test can do for you in the 3 realms: power, prevention and peace of mind!
When dealing with infertility, if either partner’s bodies aren’t breaking down Estrogen properly, he/she will be Estrogen Dominant and it may interfere with their ability to conceive.
Most of us really don’t even think of eating a radish, but I would strongly suggest that you rethink this tiny giant. Radishes are very high in Vitamin C for their size. In fact ½ cup offers 14% of our daily recommendation. Vitamin C is great for a strong immune system to fight infections and cancer. Vitamin C also helps to rebuild tissues and blood vessels and keeps bones and teeth strong.
Even I have to make hard choices sometimes when choosing “healthier” foods. So, here is a list for the Dirty Dozen (fruits & vegetables that are sprayed with lots of pesticides & herbicides).
The most common risk factors for breast cancer are being a woman and getting older. Which is interesting, as most women think that when they are in menopause, they are immune from getting breast cancer. However, the largest group of women being diagnosed with breast cancer is women in menopause. So, don’t assume you are safe. Get yourself checked with thermography, mammograms and genomic testing.
Now remember, there are several kinds of breast cancer. But, 70% of all breast cancers are Estrogen Receptor Positive (ER+). That is precisely what this test will show you, your risk and solutions to avoid getting ER+ breast cancer. And for those of you who have had ER+ breast cancer or who have family members who have had ER+ breast cancer, this test is your ticket to amazingly, powerful information so that you can have peace of mind.
Before you jump in and get on the 2018 Cleanse Band Wagon, take a moment to take the Detox Complete Genomic Test to see how your liver is able to breakdown dangerous chemicals, pesticides and Estrogen. And, if you have a few “hiccups” as I did, you’ll get solutions to overcome them.
Each woman’s individual estrogen-receptor positive status is also believed to contribute to how much impact these relaxers and straighteners have on her breast cancer risk. That is why it is so important to get your DNA tested to discover your personal estrogen-receptor positive risk factors. Stop guessing and discover your personal risk factors for Estrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer.
In a bowl, combine the tomatoes, onions, garlic, chopped basil, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and Parmesan cheese. Let this mixture rest for at least 15 minutes. Then toss the tomato mixture with the cooked noodles. Season with salt and fresh ground pepper. You can serve and enjoy this recipe right away, or let it rest for up to an hour before enjoying!
Typically, your body responds to damaged DNA by jumping into DNA repair mode. But if the DNA repair mode is weak and compromised, Estradiol can activate the rapid growth of abnormal cells in the breast leading to the most prevalent type of breast cancer: estrogen receptor positive (ER+).