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SECTION ONE

Body System Performance Levels

In the first part of your health results you will see 14 major body system functions and the performance level indicated by a 0-100% scale. This will tell us where to begin our healing process and can show us accurate health tracking over a period of time. 

We begin each report with the 14 systems that represent your energetic health dial. Note the color coded key to the right that represents the measurement of stress. Typically each system can be impacted energetically by a nutritional imbalance, exposure to toxins, and emotional or physical stress that will be clear as the report continues. This is a starting point and from one scan to another, you’ll be able to select a scan date at the top of your report to see the progress you’ve made and areas to continue to work on.

See All 14 System Tested & Measured.

Integumentary

The integumentary system is made up of skin, hair and nails. This system protects the body from damage, such as loss of water or external harm. It also protects deeper tissue, excretes wastes, cushions, regulates temperature and senses pain or pressure.

Respiratory

The respiratory system is made up of airways, lungs, and the respiratory muscles. In this system the function is to supply blood with oxygen to all parts of the body.

Pancreas

The pancreas is a glandular organ that affects both the endocrine and digestive systems. It produces important hormones such as insulin and glucagon and secretes pancreatic juice containing digestive enzymes that assist with the absorption of nutrients and digestion in the small intestine. These enzymes help to further break down the food we eat.

Metabolism

Metabolism breaks down nutrients to produce energy. Essential nutrients supply energy along with important chemicals that the body itself cannot synthesize. This process is essential for the upkeep, repair of body tissues, and for the efficient functioning of the body.

Endocrine

The endocrine system is made up of glands that secrete hormones. Hormones are released into the bloodstream where they travel to tissue and generate a response. Hormones regulate metabolism, development, function, sleep, and mood. The glands that make up the endocrine system include the pineal, thyroid, adrenals, pituitary, parathyroid, pancreas, ovaries, and testes. These glands produce hormones such as cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, insulin, progesterone, testosterone, and adrenalin.

Blood

Blood is a fluid that carries oxygen and nutrients to cells and metabolic waste away from those cells.

Lymphatic

The lymphatic system is used to remove toxins from the body and fight infection. This system is made up of a group of organs, lymph nodes, lymph ducts, and lymph vessels that make and move lymph from tissues to the bloodstream. Lymph is a fluid made out of white blood cells that attack invaders in the body and it also contains proteins and fats. Lymph nodes produce immune cells that help to fight infection and filter lymph fluid. This system also includes the tonsils, adenoids, spleen, and thymus.

Nervous

The nervous system is the part of the body that transmits signals between different parts of the body. These signals can be both voluntary and involuntary. The nervous system is made up of the brain, spinal cord and nerves.

Digestive

The digestive system is made up of the oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, and large intestines. In addition, there are a few organs that food does not actually pass through. They contribute to the digestive process, which include the teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. The purpose of this system is to provide energy and nutrients to the body and excrete waste.

Liver / Gallbladder

The liver is an essential organ used for detoxification, protein synthesis, production of bile and hormones, stores glycogen, regulates biochemical reactions, and emulsifies fats. The gallbladder is a small organ that sits beneath the liver where bile is stored before it is released into the small intestine.

Urogenital

The urogenital system is a combination of the reproductive system and the urinary system. The reproductive system is used for procreation, and the urinary system is responsible for the formation and elimination of urine. These systems have common ducts that are used for excretion at different times.

Musculoskeletal

The musculoskeletal system is the system that gives the body the ability to move. This system provides form, support, stability, protection to vital organs, and movement to the body. It is made up of bones, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints, and connective tissues.

Cardiovascular

The main components of the cardiovascular system are the heart, blood, and blood vessels. This system transports oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and cellular waste throughout the body.

Immune System

The immune system is what fights infectious organisms and invaders. This system is made up of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to protect the body. The four main components that make up the immune system include the spleen, thymus, bone marrow, and lymph nodes.

SECTION TWO

Food & Environmental Sensitivities

Many of the times our food and environments cause unneeded stress, fatigue, or even illness when exposed to stressors for extended periods of time. This section will help break down those sensitivities by giving you a full spectrum approach on how you can improve your lifestyle. 

It is important to understand what negatively triggers the body to reduce irritation. You can view each category that was scanned, and the specific item is listed below each category that came up energetically sensitive. You should remember a sensitivity is different from an allergy. Often times, sensitivities can and will change depending on exposure, and how well the body balances. For some, if you can avoid the items that came up sensitive for 30 days, the sensitivity can lessen and over time you can slowly start to reintroduce that food. If there is an item you know you typically react to and avoid it, it may not show up because of that avoidance.

Additives

BHA
BHT
Blue Food Dye
Carageenan
MSG
Red Food Dye
Sodium Fluoride
Sodium Metibisulfite
Sodium Nitrate
Sodium Nitrite
Sodium Sulfate
Xanthum Gum
Yellow Food Dye

Environmental

Acrylic
Ammonia
Animal Hair and Feathers
Ants
Bees
Bleach
Cacti
Cacti and Succulents
Carpet Mix
Cat Hair and Epithelium
Chlorine
Cigarette Mix
Cleaning Supplies
Cotton
Deoderant Spray
Detergent
Dog Hair and Epithelium
Dust
EMF
Fabric Mix
Feathers
Fireplace Smoke
Flower Blossoms
Fossil Fuels
Grasses
Hair Spray
Horse Fly
Horse Hair and Epithelium
Household Chemicals
Ink
Insects
Lawn Chemicals
Leather
Mohair
Mold
Mosquitos
Nylon
Paint
Perfume Mix
Plants
Plastic Mix
Pollen
Polyester
Pool and Spa Mix
Potpourri
Rayon
Rubber
Shrubs
Silk
Smoke
Snakes
Spiders
Ticks
Tobacco
Trees
Varnish
Weeds
Wood Ash
Wood Smoke

Vegetables

Artichoke
Asparagus
Avocado
Bean Sprouts
Beets
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
Celery
Collard Greens
Cucumber
Dill Pickles
Eggplant
Garlic
Green Beans
Green Pepper
Jicama
Kale
Lettuce
Mushroom
Olives
Onion
Peas
Pickles
Pumpkin
Radish
Red Pepper
Red Potato
Shallot
Spinach
Sweet Pickles
Sweet Potato
Swiss Chard
Tomato
Turnip
Watercress
White Potato
Winter Squash
Yellow Squash
Zucchini

Spices

Bay Leaf
Black Pepper
Cayenne Pepper
Chili Powder
Chives
Cinnamon
Curry
Dill
Lemon Pepper
Oregano
Paprika
Rosemary
Saffron
Savory
Tarragon
Thyme
Tumeric

Dairy

Butter
Cheese Mix
Cow Milk
Cow Whey
Cow Yogurt
Cream
Keifer
Lactose

Dairy Alternatives

Almond Milk
Coconut Milk
Goat Milk
Rice Milk
Sheep Milk
Soy Milk

Meat

Bacon
Beef
Chicken
Cornish Hen
Duck
Eggs
Goat
Goose
Ham-Pork
Lamb
Pheasant
Pork
Quail
Rabbit
Turkey
Veal
Venison

Nuts

Almond
Brazil Nut
Cashew
Chia Seed
Coconut
Fennel Seed
Flax Seed
Hazelnut
Macadamia Nut
Peanut
Pecan
Pine Nut
Pistachio
Poppy Seed
Sesame Seed
Sunflower Seed
Walnut

Shellfish

Abalone
Calamari
Clams
Conch
Crab
Crayfish
Escargot
Lobster
Mussel
Octopus
Oyster
Prawns
Shellfish
Shrimp
Squid 

Sugars

Aspartame
Brown Sugar
Butterscotch
Cane Sugar
Corn Syrup
Dextrose
Fructose
High Fructose Corn Syrup
Honey
Maple Syrup
Molasses
Nutrasweet
Rice Syrup
Sorbitol
Sorghum
Stevia
White Sugar
Xylitol

Legumes

Alfalfa
Azuki Bean
Bean/Pea Mix
Black Bean
Blackeyed Pea
Garbanzo Bean
Kidney Bean
Lentil
Lima Bean
Mung Bean
Navy Bean
Peas
Pinto Bean
Soy Bean
Tofu

Beverages

Alcohol
Beer
Brandy
Coffee
Cola
Diet Cola
Kombucha
Red Wine
Root Beer
Rum
Scotch
Tea
Vodka
Whiskey
White Wine

Fish

Bass
Catfish
Cod
Crappie
Flounder
Grouper
Haddock
Halibut
Herring
Mackerel
Mahi Mahi
Perch
Pike
Salmon
Sardines
Scallop
Snapper
Sturgeon
Swordfish
Trout
Tuna
Whitefish

Fruit

Apple
Apricot
Banana
Black Raspberry
Blueberry
Cantaloupe
Cherry
Citrus
Coconut
Cranberries
Date
Fig
Grapefruit
Grapes
Guava
Honeydew
Kiwi
Lemon
Mango
Nectarine
Orange
Papaya
Passion Fruit
Peach
Pear
Persimmon
Pineapple
Plum
Prune
Raisin
Raspberry
Rhubarb
Strawberry
Tangerine
Watermelon

Grains

Amaranth
Barley
Basmati Rice
Brown Rice
Buckwheat
Corn
Gluten
Jasmine Rice
Millet
Oat
Popcorn
Quinoa
Rye
Spelt
Teff
Wheat Bran
Wheat Flour
White Flour
White Rice
Wild Rice

Ingredients

Apple Cider Vinegar
Baking Soda
Canola Oil
Chocolate
Cocoa
Coconut Oil
Cod Liver Oil
Corn Oil
Corn Starch
Dijon Mustard
Dill
Flax Seed Oil
Garlic
Gelatin
Grape Seed Oil
Ketchup
Margarine
Mayonnaise
Miracle Whip
Mustard
Olive Oil
Peanut Butter
Peanut Oil
Safflower Oil
Salt
Sesame Oil
Soy Sauce
Sunflower Oil
Tapioca
Vanilla
Vinegar
Yeast Mix

SECTION THREE

Energetic Nutritional Imbalances

When our natural chemical levels are off, we feel different and we act different. Sometimes this can be found in patients diagnosed with ADHD, or in those with serious fatigue. They also affect the body function and the body systems and how well they perform their job.

These nutritional imbalances resonate within 5 different nutritional categories. Understanding nutritional deficiencies is critical as deficiencies can create stress within certain organs and functions of the body. Below each category you’ll find the specific nutrients that are low, along with foods that are potent in that nutrient. If you consume a lot of these foods this tells us: the body is not absorbing those nutrients, certain resonating toxins are stealing those nutrients, or certain stressors in the body are burning through that specific nutrient. For example, someone with a stressed nervous system might burn through B vitamins quickly.

**certain enzymes can represent a difficulty breaking some foods down (Lipase- breaks down fats, Amylase- breaks down carbohydrates, Protease- breaks down proteins, Lactase- breaks down dairy)

Vitamins

Vitamins and minerals are considered essential nutrients—because acting in concert, they perform hundreds of roles in the body. They help strengthen up bones, heal wounds, and bolster your immune system. They also convert food into energy, and repair cellular damage.

Minerals

Just like vitamins, minerals help your body grow, develop, and stay healthy. The body uses minerals to perform many different functions — from building strong bones to transmitting nerve impulses. Some minerals are even used to make hormones or maintain a normal heartbeat.

Amino Acids

Amino acids are organic compounds that combine to form proteins. Amino acids and proteins are the building blocks of life. When proteins are digested or broken down, amino acids are left. The human body uses amino acids to make proteins to help the body break down food.

Hormones

The main function of endocrine glands is to secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream. Hormones are chemical substances that affect the activity of another part of the body (target site). In essence, hormones serve as messengers, controlling and coordinating activities throughout the body.

Fatty Acids

Examples would be fats, oils, cholesterols, and steroids. Fatty acids are in fact carboxylic acids with long aliphatic chain, which can be saturated (containing only C-C single bonds) or unsaturated (containing multiple bonds between carbon atoms).

Enzymes

Enzymes are biological molecules (typically proteins) that significantly speed up the rate of virtually all of the chemical reactions that take place within cells. They are vital for life and serve a wide range of important functions in the body, such as aiding in digestion and metabolism.

SECTION FOUR

Here you will find various resonating toxins. We scan six different categories of toxins. When describing toxins and other imbalances, we like to use the analogy of an onion. We are able to analyze what is at the outermost layer of your “onion”. By peeling back the layers, we are able to get closer to the center where we find optimum wellness. As we work towards the center of the onion, new layers may be exposed which may include new sensitivities, resonating toxins, and general imbalances to other systems.

Parasites

An organism that lives in or on an organism of another species (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other's expense.

Metals

Metal toxicity or metal poisoning is the toxic effect of certain metals in certain forms and doses on life. Some metals are toxic when they form poisonous soluble compounds. Most often the definition of toxic metals include; cadmium, manganese, lead, mercury and the radioactive metals.

Bacteria

Bacterial toxins are toxic substances that are produced and released by bacteria to target other bacterial or host cells. Bacteria often have antitoxins to avoid the deleterious effects of toxins.

Viruses

A piece of code which is capable of copying itself and typically has a detrimental effect, such as corrupting the system or destroying data.

Mold

The term "toxic mold" refers to molds that produce mycotoxins, such as Stachybotrys Chartarum. The five most common genera of indoor molds are Cladosporium, Penicillium, Aspergillus, Alternaria, and Trichoderma.

Chemicals 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or EPA defines a toxic chemical as any substance which may be harmful to the environment or hazardous to your health if inhaled, ingested or absorbed through the skin.

SECTION FIVE

Energetic Hormonal Imbalances

This section identifies hormonal imbalances. Often times hormones will come back into balance as the rest of the body aligns. Many times we relate hormonal imbalances to stress in the endocrine system, resonating toxins, and nutritional imbalances. Each hormone listed includes a description and indicates if it is high or low.

SECTION SIX

Balancing Remedies

Knowledge is key, but action is equally important. We provide a custom tested regimen that includes herbs, homeopathic remedies, essential oils, and nutritional supplements, all of which can be purchased here on our site.

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