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Blog about The Wellness Plan

The Wellness Plan

Personal freedom evolves and depends on a still mind. The key to creation is simple, yet can seem wickedly evasive. This is especially true if you’re listening to those tapes playing in your head. The mind remains necessary, organizing your life and controlling your body. If you are in control of your mind, it will exist as your friend. If not, you’re going to have some very interesting experiences, to say the least.

What goals do you want to achieve in your life; on short term, and long term? What is holding you back?
I’ve created The Wellness Plan for you to help create your goals. I’m looking forward to receiving your feedback.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

Blog about Hormones

What is your experience with Hormones?

A hormone is a chemical messenger formed by an orchestra of highly talented players, such as the adrenal glands, the hypothalamus, the pituitary, the liver, the pancreas, the ovaries, and the thyroid. Hormones commute through your bloodstream via an information superhighway that connects the executive suites of your brain to the DNA managers working in your body’s cells.
Hormones communicate with chemicals, called neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, that are produced by our brains. These neurotransmitters greatly influence our energy levels, moods, and other bodily functions. Women’s bodies contain female hormones such as estrogen, as well as male hormones such as testosterone and androstenedione, which are made by various endocrine glands and are responsible for libido, energy, and well-being.

Really looking forward to your experience with Hormones.
Did you do the Female Hormone Self Test already?
You can leave your feedback in the reply box of the Members blog.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

Blog about Diet

What is your experience with diets?

How do you know which diet is good for your body when there are so many belief systems about food and body types? I personally don’t see the value in labeling yourself with a particular “body type”. Body types are used in Ayurvedic Medicine. They box you into, yet another belief system. I find the most objective way of determining the appropriate diet for an individual is to use kinesiology, also know as muscle testing along with education. i have used my own version of kinesiology (NeuroPhysical Reprogramming) with patients, testing supplements and diet, along with releasing identities for well over two decades now. It not only works, it saves you the stress of being on a diet rollor coaster. You can find out exactly what your body wants, right now. You can also learn how to test yourself using NeuroPhysical Reprogramming. Each test is accurate for approximately three to six months and then you need to re-test. Why re-test? Your body may have different requirements due to a change in a stress level you are currently experiencing. Furthermore, your body may want a change. Let’s face it; some of us have hedonistic desires. To deny yourself something you crave for a long period of time may create stress. On the other hand, if you’re aware that a food is extremely harmful to you, and you still eat it, you may have an identity trying to sabotage your progress or your life. For example, if you are a diabetic and you insist on eating sugar you are sabotaging your health.

Really looking forward to your experience with diets.
Did you do the Digestive: Liver, Gallbladder & Colon Assessment already?
You can leave your feedback in the reply box of the Members blog.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

Blog about Candida

What is your experience with Candida overgrowth?

Overgrowth of Candida yeast in the digestive tract or mucous membranes, called candidiasis, was popularized by William Crook, MD in his 1983 book, The Yeast Connection. It is also known as Candida-related complex, polysystemic candidiasis, and chronic candidiasis. While some doctors dismiss candidiasis as a “fad” diagnosis, an increasing number of doctors and naturopaths are recognizing that Candida infection can be a serious health concern.

The die-off from Candida needs to be cleansed from the blood, and all filtering organs. This can be achieved through the 13 day Whole Body Deep Cleanse; Gallbladder/Liver Flush Kit. Follow the instructions in the kit completely. If you choose to not administer the 13 days Whole Body Deep Cleanse, results will not be as thorough due to the die-off. Now, whether or not you do the Whole Body Deep Cleanse, you need to adhere to the following diet program and Candida-Ease for two to three months. You start the diet on day one of this protocol.

Diet is an important part of the Candida cleanse. The length of time on the Candida cleanse depends on the length of time one has had symptoms, symptom severity, and overall health. Many people notice improvement after strict adherence to the diet using the Candida-Ease for two to four weeks. For others it takes more time, depending on the diet-off. Once symptoms are gone, whole foods from the restricted list can be slowly incorporated back into the diet.

Limit daily carbohydrate intake -Sugar feeds Candida, so it is important to minimize the total carbohydrate content of one’s diet. During the first 2 to 3 weeks of the program, it is recommended that carbohydrate intake be limited.

Learn the symptoms of Candida yeast infections
Candida is believed to contribute to many troubling and vague health problems including:
– Chronic vaginal yeast infections, with classic symptoms of itchiness, burning, and abnormal discharge
– Digestive symptoms, such as irritable bowel syndrome, gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, or heartburn
– Respiratory allergies, such as sneezing, congestion and/or wheezing
– Food allergies
– Chronic fatigue
– Nervous system symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, irritability, poor memory and/or poor concentration
– Menstrual irregularities, such as severe premenstrual tension and/or irregular menstruation
– Skin rashes The risk factors for Candida yeast infection are: use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, use of oral contraceptives, diets rich in yeast-containing foods or refined sugars, and pregnancy.

Related Information
This detox diet plan supports detoxification by increasing elimination from the body, cleansing the colon, enhancing circulation to clear toxic substances, eliminating foods from the diet that require detoxification or are allergenic, and providing nutrients to support and protect the liver which one of the main organs involved in detoxification.

List of Foods to Avoid
1) Sugar
– Refined sugar and mixtures containing refined sugar, including sucrose, dextrose, corn syrup, brown sugar, and turbinado. Avoid artificial sweeteners.
2) Dairy Products
– Milk, eggs, butter and other dairy products.
3) Wheat
– Wheat and products containing wheat.
4) Gluten
– All gluten-containing grains, including barley, oats, rye, spelt and kamut. Some people are sensitive to gluten, a protein fragment in these grains.
5) Corn
– Corn and all corn products
6) Caffeine
– Coffee, both regular and decaffeinated, black tea, and other drinks containing caffeine. Green tea, however, is allowed and should be enjoyed by regular coffee-drinkers.
7) Other Foods to Avoid
– Yeast
– Fermented Foods
– Vinegar
– Mushrooms
– Alcohol
– Food additives and preservatives
– Chocolate
– High-Fat Foods

List of Foods to Enjoy
First and foremost, all foods should be organically grown, without pesticides
1) Fresh Fruit
– Enjoy all fresh fruit. Go easy on grapefruit. A compound in grapefruit called naringin can significantly inhibit liver detox enzymes and should be avoided during detox diets. Organic berries are best.
2) Fresh Vegetables
– All fresh vegetables except corn, which is possibly an allergenic food. Great detox foods include broccoli, cauliflower, broccoli sprouts, onions, garlic, artichokes, beets, red and green vegetables.
3) Rice
– Rice is easily digested by most people. Choose brown rice, rice cakes, rice crackers and rice pasta.
4) Other Grains
– Quinoa, amaranth, millet, and buckwheat can be used instead of rice. They can be purchased at a health food store.
– Tips That Will Help Your Body during the candida cleanse diet: Carbohydrate intake should be restricted to 20 to 60 grams per day, depending on age, health, activity level, and extent of grain sensitivities. As symptoms disappear, the carbohydrate total can gradually increase. Foods that are low carb include protein foods such as chicken, turkey, shellfish, some nuts, and non-starchy vegetables.
5) Beans
– Split yellow and green peas and lentils are easy to digest and require less soaking time. Other acceptable legumes include kidney beans, pinto beans, mung beans, garbanzo beans (chickpeas) and adzuki beans.
6) Nuts and Seeds
– Unsalted nuts, seeds and nut butters can be sprinkled over any meal. Includes flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, cashews and walnuts. Avoid peanuts.
7) Fish
– Poached, broiled or steamed wild fish can be enjoyed in moderation.
8) Oil
– Extra-virgin organic olive oil
9) Condiments
– Vegetable salt, sea salt, vinegar, naturally fermented soy sauce or tamari, any culinary herbs or spices, limited amounts of honey.
10) Herbal Tea
– Herbal non-caffeinated teas, green tea.
11) Other Beverages
– Water, lemon water, 100% natural fresh-juiced fruit and vegetable juices, rice milk
12) Daily Detox Must Do’s
– Start the Candida-Ease Homeopathic Formula. You will need two bottles at a minimum, for the length of this program.
– Take a probiotic before each meal, which you can get at the health food store.
– Eat raw unsweetened coconut.
– Drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water per day, warm or room temperature. Water is essential to clear waste from the blood in addition to the Whole Body Deep Cleanse. Thirst is often mistaken for hunger.
– Start the Whole Body Cleanse Kit along with this program for even greater results.
– Do not drink liquids around mealtime.
– Dilute any fruit juice with 50% water. (Bottled fruit juice can be fermented)
– Take the time to chew food well, especially grains.

Really looking forward to your experience with candida overgrowth.
Did you do the Candida self test already?
You can leave your feedback in the reply box of the Members blog.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

Blog about Kinesiology

What is your experience with kinesiology?

Kinesiology, also known as muscle testing, is a system of evaluating and monitoring the normal and abnormal functioning of the nervous system, muscles, organs, glands and other body systems or emotions. Dr. George Goodheart developed the first protocol utilizing muscle testing in the early 1960’s. His system came to be known as “Applied Kinesiology” and is used extensively by chiropractors and other health professionals worldwide. Other health professionals also made major contributions in the advancement of muscle testing. John Barton, who developed Bio-Kinesiology, was the first to connect muscles, tendons, joints, veins, organs and glands to positive and negative words and emotions. Dr. Alan Beardall, who passed on several years ago, researched and developed “Clinical Kinesiology”. This is a system of muscle testing procedures incorporating “hand modes”, (various finger placements touching acupuncture points and meridians on the hand), into the Doctor’s elaborate and extraordinary system of healing. Using “Clinical Kinesiology”, you can test an individual for practically anything. After years of practicing many forms of muscle testing, I realize the accuracy of the test depends on the consciousness and neutrality of the practitioner. Most forms of muscle testing could not be duplicated. For example, if several practitioners tested the same patient, one immediately after the other, each practitioner’s diagnosis would be different. This observation frustrated me for years. Ultimately the frustration was not in vain, for it lead to the creation of NeuroPhysical Reprogramming, which is implemented at the Holistic Health Practitioner training of the California College of Natural Medicine: link

Really looking forward to your experience with kinesiology. You can leave your feedback in the reply box of the Members blog.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

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