If you surf the web, you’ll read a lot about hair analysis testing. No doubt, the hair analysis is an alternative and misunderstood practice in traditional medicine, but it is a primary tool in environmental research – research into determining, beyond question, the SOURCE of pollution and its danger to the health of plants and animals.
Did you know that the hair analysis is the definitive source for the cause of death in forensic studies?
“So why, I ask, don’t we use the hair analysis to determine the cause of illness in the living?”
Many alternative health practitioners, like me, do.
Welcome to my world.
My educational background is in International Geography and Environmental Science and Toxicology. I not only worked globally cleaning toxins from the natural environment, but I cured myself of a toxin that brought me close to death in 1991.
I wrote in a recent article that it is important to learn WHY you may be sick or suffering with mysterious health symptoms. You can’t heal your health if you do not know why you are sick. As an environmental engineer, I could not restore a polluted environment if I did not know what toxic chemicals were destroying it.
You can throw medications at your symptoms all day long – forever – but until you determine what toxins are at the root of illness, all the medications in the world will not resolve their toxic effects. Medications may mask them, make them seem better, and suppress them, but medications will NOT identify or remove them.
This is why I believe in the benefits of a hair analysis.
This is why I believe in the benefits of air, water, and soil testing when cleaning the environment.
The Hair Analysis
When I was diagnosed with an incurable case of Grave’s disease in 1991, I wanted to know why I had an incurable disease.
What caused this?
My doctor didn’t have the time, or the desire, to find out why, so I took this quest on myself.
I had a hair analysis done, and I found my answers.
After determining the cause of my mis-diagnosed-disease, I was able to cure it. Indeed, I cured myself of an incurable case of hyperthyroidism.
I use Doctor’s Data laboratory for the hair analysis testing, and I have supported their research for over 25 years in my nutritional counseling business.
Doctor’s Data just concluded its 44th year in research analyses, and their experience puts this lab a leader in making the connection between toxins and disease. They are big into autism research, and I highly respect their findings.
Once you have determined the potential roots of disease using a hair analysis, removing those causes is the first thing you’ll want to do. Then, detox the toxins that are deposited inside of your body – typically located where your health symptoms are the worst.
Many times, health symptoms can increase as they metabolize and come outside of you, but there are natural ways to calm these reactions down without using medications to mask or suppress them.
My program certainly worked for me.
I created my Detox Program when I wrote my book on detoxing. I am now having fun making videos to help you learn how to do this, too. I also created an awesome cancer prevention diet book and video program based on old-fashioned medicine; this program stimulates a healthy lifestyle for any one at any age, and the program keeps it simple and easy to adopt healthy eating as a lifestyle change. (Also available on Amazon.)
If you have questions and concerns, no matter where you live, I phone counsel using Skype.
Never forget that when you are faced with health challenges, always ask WHY is this happening, and use all of the tools that you can to turn your health around.
When you stay open-minded, the solutions can come to you.
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