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Are you Inflamed?

Unfortunately we exist in a pro-inflammatory world; overworking, overeating, overthinking, over exercising, binge drinking, smoking, high sugar, high carbs, refined grains, processed foods, trans fats, heavy metals, toxins, pharmaceutical drugs, cosmetics and emotional stress are overwhelming our immune system causing a cascade of inflammation throughout the entire body.

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Could my Thyroid be sabotaging my weight loss?

The Thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland in the neck that drives metabolism and controls the rate at which your body burns calories causing you either gain weight or lose weight. Symptoms of Hypothyroidism, or an under active Thyroid include; weight gain, dry skin, fatigue, cold hands and feet, headaches, hair loss (especially on outer eyebrow), straw like hair, depression, brittle fingernails, constipation, decreased sweating, low libido and brain fog.

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Are you suffering from Gluten Intolerance?

Gluten is a protein that is primarily found in grains such as Barley, Wheat, Rye and Triticale. Some people suffer mild Gluten sensitivity but others suffer with Celiac Disease that stems from a complete Gluten Intolerance. Celiac Disease actually damages the villi in the Duodenum part of the Small Intestines causing severe Inflammation and an obstruction of absorption of essential nutrients often leading to a wide range of deficiencies that ignite a domino effect of symptoms within the body.

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Fear of Cancer

The fear of cancer is officially known as “Carcinophobia” and the most established perceptions of suffering and distress that are associated with cancer include: Pain, Hair loss, vomiting, nausea, fatigue and fragility. These symptoms are not often caused by the cancer itself until advanced stages but usually are actually side-effects of our medical solutions used for the treatment of Cancer (Chemotherapy or Radiation).

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Reducing High Blood Pressure

Symptoms of Hypertension, better known as High blood pressure include headaches, sweating, dizziness, nosebleeds, shortness of breath, blurry vision, flushed cheeks and a ringing in the ears although it is possible to get diagnosed with Hypertension but show no symptoms at all.

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The Importance of Enzymes

The definition for an Enzyme is a protein catalyst that is created within the cells of living things. It is estimated that there are over 5000 Enzymes in the human body that are responsible for over 25,000 different reactions. Every action or function in our body is dependent on these enzymes and Dr Shinya believes that we all have a predetermined number of ‘source’ enzymes available within the human body. Our supply of enzymes are mainly used for digestion, transportation, excretion, energy, synthesis and detoxification.

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