The healing and rebalancing resources can help you learn so you can restore wellness.
Remember that nutrient-dense foods, restorative sleep and a healthy lifestyle are fundamental to all of the body’s healing processes. So this is always the place to start. Don’t even think about ramping up exercise or detoxifying if you’re under-nourished, sleep deprived or over-stressed!
If you feel stuck and are looking to do deeper healing, targeted nutritional therapy can help tremendously. I help my clients address the root cause of dysfunction so the body can return to a state of balance.
An important element in my tool kit is mineral balancing. In fact, mineral imbalances and heavy metal toxicities can cause and contribute to poor health and make it difficult for the body to detoxify because the essential nutrients are insufficient and the toxic load is too high.
The resources that follow are not by any means comprehensive. So don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!
Articles and links
Mercury: The toxicant that depletes all nutrients http://yourprobiotickitchen.com/mercury-depletes-nutrients/
Amalgam fillings: A source of chronic mercury exposure http://yourprobiotickitchen.com/amalgam-mercury-poisoning/
Clean up your act: detoxifying your home and body care routine http://yourprobiotickitchen.com/home-and-body-care/
Clean water: An investment in good health http://www.feedyourfertilebody.com/clean-water/
Cleaner laundry options for your non-toxic home http://www.feedyourfertilebody.com/cleaner-laundry-options/
Transitioning to non-toxic body care http://yourprobiotickitchen.com/essentials-non-toxic-body-care/
Limiting exposure to glyphosate and heavy metals http://yourprobiotickitchen.com/heavy-metals-glyphosate/
Checks and balances: Vitamin D, hormonal health and copper http://www.feedyourfertilebody.com/vitamin-d-hormones-copper/
Books on mineral balancing
Rheaume-Bleue, K. Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox.
Thompson and Barnes. The Calcium Lie II.
Cutler, AH, Hair Test Interpretation: Finding Hidden Toxicities. Sammamish, WA, 2004.
Malter, R. The Strands of Health: A Guide to Understanding Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis.Cottonwood, AZ: Educational and Health Resources of Arizona, Inc., 2002.