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Dietary Scan Jane Doe – Dietary

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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.

Energetic Sensitivities

Listed below are the items that came up bioenergetically sensitive. With time as the body rebalances, some of these energetic sensitivities may change.

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Additives

None

Beverages

Diet Cola

Cola

Dairy

Cow Milk

Cheese Mix

Dairy Alternative

Goat Milk

Sheep Milk

Environmental

Fireplace Smoke

Wood Smoke

Wood Ash

Smoke

Fish

None

Fruit

Banana

Grains

White Flour

Wheat flour

Teff

Rye

Popcorn

Gluten

Corn

Ingredients

Vinegar

Legumes

None

Meat

None

Nuts

None

Shellfish

None

Spices

Ginger

Cinnamon

Sugars

Nutrasweet

Xylitol

Vegetables

White Potato

Sweet Potato

Red Potato

Notes

It would be ideal to have your hair and saliva samples scanned again to check your progress in roughly 4 to 6 weeks. 

 

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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)

Energetic Nutritional Imbalances

You were scanned for enzyme, fatty acid, vitamin, mineral, and amino acid imbalances. Below are a list of those nutrients that are bioenergetically low.

Amino Acids

Tyrosine

food sources include almonds, bananas, lima beans, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds

GABA

sources include whole grains, brown rice, oats

Glutamine

food sources include many plant and animal substances. Excellent sources would be raw spinach and parsley

Enzymes

Papain

food sources include papaya

Hydrochloric Acid

sources to increase hydrochloric acid production include apple cider vinegar, spinach, lemon juice, olives, celery

Bromelain

food sources include pineapple

Fatty Acids

DHA

sources include salmon, sardines, mackerel, herring, seaweed

GLA

sources include flax, olive, and hemp oil

Alpha-linolenic acid

sources include flaxseed, walnuts, pecans, yogurt

Minerals

Molybdenum

sources include beans, grains, legumes, peas, dark green leafy vegetables

Chromium

sources include brewer’s yeast, brown rice, cheese, meat, whole grains, dried beans, blackstrap molasses, calf liver, chicken, dulse, eggs, mushrooms, potatoes. Someone with insulin resistance or if one does not produce enough insulin they should check with their physician before taking supplemental chromium.

Calcium

sources include yogurt, hard cheese, cottage cheese, dark leafy green vegetables, strawberries, broccoli, citrus, dried peas, beans

Vitamins

Vitamin D

sources include fish oil, eggs, sunshine

Vitamin B12

sources include brewer’s yeast, clams, eggs, herring, kidney, liver, mackerel, seafood

Thiamine (Vitamin B1)

sources include brown rice, egg yolks, fish, legumes, liver, peas, poultry, rice bran, whole grains, asparagus, brewer’s yeast, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, dulse, kelp, most nuts, oatmeal, plums, dried prunes, spirulina, watercress, cayenne, chamomile, fennel seed, parsley, peppermint, sage

Consults are available with our compassionate practitioners to truly maximize the information detailed throughout the Dietary Scan. Not only will they be able to help you understand and talk through the entirety of the results, but they will also help you determine tailored resources that can be beneficial in balancing this stress.

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DISCLAIMER: These services are designed for educational purposes only and are not intended to serve as medical advice. The information provided on this site and in reports should not be used for diagnosing or treating any health problem or disease.  It is not a substitute for professional care.  If you have or suspect you may have a health problem or need medical attention, you should consult your healthcare provider. Balanced Health is not responsible for the interpretation of results by any outside affiliates, practitioners or health coaches using this test.