Clients basically have three health issues:
(1) Nutrient deficiency and/or special nutritional needs,
(2) Toxicity issues where they need to avoid or get rid of something to be healthy, and
(3) Negative emotions causing a disruption in the body’s energy system.
DNAA Therapy is a “deficiency — toxicity — energy healing” approach to well-being. Three toxicity examples include:
Compromised Liver Function,
Oxidative Stress caused by Free Radicals, and
Chronic Systemic Inflammation and Pain.
The above three factors contribute to most of the chronic diseases of modern civilization.
Therefore, DNAA Therapy often includes simple rules to express our genes in a healthy manner during different stages of our lives:
Taking vitamins, minerals, and whole-food supplements in optimum doses to minimize stress and free radical damage,
Healing our intestinal flora (the brain-gut connection),
Using adjunct remedies and treatments such as EFT (click here), and
Optimizing nutritional therapies for the following conditions:
- Addiction Syndromes,
- Chronic Pain,
- Syndrome – X or Metabolic Syndrome,
- Cardiovascular disease,
- Gastrointestinal disorders,
- Brain dysfunction (Dementia, Alzheimer’s, etc.),
- Behavioral & Psychiatric disorders (depression, anxiety, ADHD, etc.),
- Skin Problems, and
- Autoimmune disorders.
The doses of whole food supplements, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and hormones for each disorder are client specific for their resolution.
I want to reiterate again, that DNAA Therapy primarily ( but not exclusively) involves the use of substances that occur naturally in the human body, and not drugs which are toxic to the body.
For example, as you probably know vitamin C is an antioxidant. Antioxidants are substances that prevent or reduce the damage to cells, tissues, and organs caused by free radicals. Free radicals are a by-product of the continual cycle of the oxidative process that goes on nonstop in your body day in and day out.
What is the oxidative process? Your body needs oxygen to survive— that’s why you breathe. But oxygen, though life-giving, can also cause you to “rust” or oxidize. Unless oxidation is controlled, it could damage the cell and, by extension, the molecules within the cell. (We are also exposed to substances in the environment that generate free radicals, such as pollution, drugs, and radiation, including sunshine.) Fortunately, nature in her infinite wisdom has developed a means to control the oxidative process— the aptly named antioxidant defense system. Some antioxidants are nutrients: vitamins E and C and beta-carotene being the most familiar. But there are other substances produced by your body that are even more powerful defenders in the larger scheme of things: special antioxidant proteins and enzymes.
Health is very complex, and we need to maintain harmony and balance among many processes. Once out of balance it takes time, patience, and discipline to bring the body back into homeostasis. Be patient with yourself. It took time get here, it will take time to heal–unless you have a life-threatening disease. Then we use our other options… click here.
The consensus view has changed from the absurd American Medical Association opinion that diet has very little to do with health, to today’s view that one-half of all diseases are diet related. That is surely an underestimate. What will tomorrow’s estimate be, as we continue to find cancer-heart-diabetes-diet links? For example, a low level of folate in your diet means you’re running a dangerous risk of developing colon cancer, and low folate levels are also a risk factor for cervical dysplasia (precancer) or cancer.
- Stress – Niacin is a remarkable anti-stress factor;
- Alcoholism – The use of Niacin for treating alcoholism was first developed by Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. After suffering for many years from depression while in sobriety, he cured himself with mega-doses of Niacin;
- Allergies – Niacin in combination with vitamin C, releases histamine from its storage sites. When histamine levels are reduced, the individual is protected to a major degree against allergic shock;
- Diabetes – By helping to keep lipid levels normal, Niacin protects against the dangerous side effects of arteriosclerosis. It also has an effect on glucose levels, glucose tolerance, and on insulin requirements (either decreased or increased)
The story of Vitamin B-3 or Niacin — MP3 Audio