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LEARN WHICH PROGRAM WORKS BEST FOR YOU

If you have symptoms but don't have a medical diagnosis, your condition may be nutrition related.  Even if you have a medical diagnosis improved nutrition may help. If you do have a medical diagnosis, please check with your medical doctor before starting any program.


If you can respond positively to seven of the symptoms in any group, that program would work best for you.  If you respond positively to more than one program, pick the program with the greatest # of positive replies.  

WHICH PROGRAM?

ADRENAL / THYROID

  1.  Fatigued after a good night’s sleep
  2. Gaining weight for no apparent reason
  3. Hard time concentrating
  4. Frequently constipated
  5. Muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness
  6. Hair is brittle and dry
  7. Pulse is slow
  8. Voice is hoarse
  9. Weight gain around the middle
  10. Thinning eyebrows on the outer edges.


HORMONAL IMBALANCE & HIGH BLOOD SUGAR

  

  1. Sleep less than 7 hours per night
  2. A waist that measures 35 inches or more for women, 40 inches or more for men                                 If you’re of Southeast Asian, Chinese or Japanese descent, a waist measurement of 31.5 inches or more for women, and 35.5 inches or more for men 
  3. High blood pressure =/> 130/85 mmHg 
  4. High fasting blood sugar. Levels of 100-125 mg/dl
  5. Have dark skin patches under chin, groin, or armpits
  6. Sleepy after meals
  7. Potency or fertility problems
  8. Digestive problems
  9. Excessive hairiness
  10. Urine odor

PERI-MENOPAUSE, MENOPAUSE & POST MENOPAUSE

  

Age is the leading cause of menopause. It's the end of a woman's childbearing years, brought on by the ovaries gradually slowing down. Certain surgeries and medical treatment can induce menopause. The transition to menopause is called perimenopause. During perimenopause, it's still possible to get pregnant. Ovulation still occurs, though not always monthly.  

 

    

  1. Hot flashes
  2. Irregular periods
  3. Thinning Hair
  4. Night sweats
  5. Crashing fatigue (sudden onset of fatigue)
  6. Mood Swings (abrupt fluctuations in mood)
  7. Weight gain around the middle
  8. Stiff joints
  9. Vaginal dryness
  10. Menstrual Migraines


LOW TESTOSTERONE

  

A normal range is typically 300–1000 ng/dL, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A blood test called a serum testosterone test is used to determine your level of circulating testosterone.

  

  1. Low sex drive
  2. Difficulty with erection      Many times, other health problems play a role in erectile difficulties. These can include: Thyroid problems, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, alcohol use, medical depression, stress, anxiety
  3. Low semen volume
  4. Hair loss      While there is an inherited component to balding, men with low T may experience a loss of body and facial hair, as well.
  5. Fatigue
  6. Loss of muscle mass  Decrease in muscle mass but not necessarily strength or function.
  7. Increased body fat
  8. Decreased bone mass
  9. Mood changes -  depression, irritability, outlook & decrease in motivation
  10. Lack of focus.

SPECIAL EVENT PREP

If you can answer yes to all of the below,  this could be just the right program when preparing for those special occasions in life like weddings, special vacations, class re-unions, making your old significant other jealous, etc.   

  1. Less than 20 pounds to loose
  2. Less than 10% of body weight to lose 
  3. Consider yourself to be relatively healthy
  4. No major health symptoms
  5. Blood pressure in normal range   <130/85 mmHg
  6. Fasting blood sugar, </= 100 mg/dl
  7. Healthy enough to exercise  

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