Do you suffer from chronic health problems, continually searching for answers?Fatigue, brain fog, weight gain, migraines, headaches, joint pain, lack of motivation, sluggishness, inflammation, constipation, digestive disturbances, weak immune system, nervousness, anxiety, mood swings, skin disorders, depression, insomnia, poor memory, yeast/bacterial overgrowth?
Well you are not alone. The fact is that more than 133 million Americans, or 45 percent of the population, have at least one chronic condition. You may have even been told that it’s “all in your head,”“it’s hormonal,” or “it’s just stress.” Yet as your symptoms continue, you keep asking yourself “What have I missed? Why does my body still feel this way?”
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, there’s a good chance that a particular class of toxins are to blame. They are known as toxic heavy metals. While there are over 35 heavy metals, heavy metal toxicity—from metals such as mercury, arsenic,...
According to the EWG, over 100,000 chemicals are being used daily in the United States. Scientists studying the exploding science on the human "body burden"(pollution in people) tested the blood and urine of adult volunteers from five different states. Their tests uncovered an average of 171 pollutants (toxins) and 56 carcinogens within each of the volunteers.
It should come as no surprise then that every one of us carries a "body burden" of heavy metals, toxins, and more in our bodies. And contrary to popular belief it’s not just those working in or living near major pollution sources. The term “body burden” may be new to you, but your body burden is as much a part of you as your eyes and ears – it’s the term used to describe all of the unnatural, man-made chemicals in our bodies.
These toxins store in our liver, body fat, lymphatic system, joints, muscles, blood, brain, as well as other parts of the body, and can even be passed into breast milk....
For me and Be Intentionally Well, that adage “When one door closes, another opens”, rings ridiculously true. Both actually and figuratively, we’ve closed one door and opened another. That is to say:
I know, you’ve heard this before and it’s not easy to keep up with so many changes. The last two years have brought incredible change and growth for Be Intentionally Well and our ability to help others. Some of that has required moves and relocations. Yet, after over a year of searching for the perfect space to best serve all of our clients – one temporary move, many sleepless nights, and months of construction – I’m excited to say this move is our long-term location. We’ve signed a lengthy new lease and our new home has been completely renovated into a space that can serve our growing clientele and allow us room for future endeavors.
While there are a great many to thank, we are very grateful to Dr. Suzy Harris of Cedarwood Natural Health for giving us a space to work temporarily...
I recently read an article from author Zo Flamenbaum that resonated so completely with my beliefs. In her article she said: ‘True change doesn’t happen overnight anyway, so how did we as a society get locked into the Cinderella story of “New Year, New You?”
Creating goals is great but making empty promises that paralyze us in a “ready, set, fail” mindset does more harm than good. The only thing New Year’s resolutions seem to create is a cycle of guilt, shame and failure. What a miserable way to start a period that is meant to be “my year;” the focus is never on taking care of our own happiness, only repairing our perceived faults.
Last year I decided to shift the focus from the “New Year, New You” fairytale to one of Self-Love and Self-Care. And just like Zo, after swearing away New Year’s resolutions in the interest of evolving naturally daily I’ve achieved more than I ever thought I would, minus the guilt.
By releasing the building pressures of New Year’s resolutions and allowing mysel...
The human body is subjected to numerous stressors on a daily basis, such as poisons from a toxic environment, unchecked emotions, and stress associated with life on a daily basis. With biofeedback technology these stressors can be measured in real time.
Research in this area shows that a Cold Laser Detox Therapy session will significantly reduce these stressors on the endocrine system. Reduction of over all body burden leads to reverse aging which leads to health, vitality, and well being.
Where the mind goes the body will follow. If you are continually stressed, worried, or fixated on a situation that stimulates anxiety, guilt, fear, etc. then the body will be burdened with undue stress. This in turn stresses the endocrine system which will cause early aging, cyclical disease patterns, and increased toxicity.
There is a solution available for reducing body burden from emotion based stress – Cold Laser Detox Therapy.
Cold Laser Detox Therapy is a neurotoxin release protocol. We use a whole...
I’m excited beyond words to announce the launch of my NEW business venture!
But first, let me take a second to tell you how I got here. As many of you might know, I have multiple autoimmune disorders and have also been diagnosed with chronic lyme. For over 20 years I suffered in silence. For those of you reading this that have chronic debilitating conditions you know what I mean. We have good days and we have bad days., some are worse than others. When you see us we “look” fine so most people cannot understand what we are going through. Depression and anxiety often accompany chronic conditions.
My career path change started almost six years ago as my path to wellness changed. I often refer to it as the best thing I ever did in my life — after having my children of course — Redox therapy gave me my life back. I still had my moments though. So many things can cause flair ups — like stress — that’s a biggie — try living life without stress like one of my doctors once said to me — HAH! Some...