Is your service covered by OHIP?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

No, but most people find the personal relationship that develops with a Holistic Nutritionist as well as experiencing markedly improved health to be extremely rewarding.
Holistic Nutrition has become more realized as an effective way to restore health and some extended health care insurance plan will cover your expense with an official RNCP# receipt. Please check with your employor or insurance company for details.

What is Holistic Nutrition exactly?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Holistic Nutrition is a philosophy of health care that emphasizes taking personal responsibility for one’s health and building a cooperative relationship between client and practitioner. It emphasizes evaluating the whole individual, including all the factors that influence their state of health (emotional, physical, nutritional, environmental, genetic, and spiritual).

By finding the root cause of imbalance in the body, client and practitioner are able to work together to correct those imbalances to promote health and well-being to its fullest. If we understand what caused it, we can begin to heal it.

Why should you come here?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

I practice Live Blood Microscopy  and Digital analysis based on a symptomatic  knowledge database which provides me with very useful information to assess health conditions, while holistic nutrition is the vehicle for healing, building, strengthening, and repairing the body. I use the two together to form a strong foundation for health. I’m very thorough in my consultations and health programs for clients and I do the very best I can to give my clients what they need. Continue Reading »

What is Live Blood Analysis

Friday, May 18th, 2018

We have entered into a new era of scientific discovery. Science now should accommodate a new understanding of the body as a whole and not as a single entity to treat.

Live Blood Analysis is a useful tool when combined with medical history, questionnaires and dry blood analysis to re-enforce the understanding of one’s overall condition. Dark field microscopy is a very simple yet effective technique and well suited for uses involving live and unstained biological samples, such as a smear from a tissue culture, live blood or individual water-borne single-celled organisms. Considering the simplicity of the setup, the quality of images obtained from this technique is impressive. You can also see the following image  Continue Reading »

Why Cancer – A Non-Conventional Belief that Cancer can be triggered by Emotional Conflict

Friday, May 18th, 2018

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Contrary to conventional medicine belief, GERMAN NEW MEDICINE – Dr, med. Ryke Geerd Hamer discovered FIVE BIOLOGICAL LAWS that explain the cause. Dr. Hamer is the first to prove scientifically that cancer, for example, is not – as previously thought – a senseless proliferation of deadly cancer cells but rather part of a Significant Biological Special Program(SBS) of Nature that has been successfully practiced for millions of years of evolution. In his practice, of 6,500 patients with mostly ‘terminal’ cancer, 6000 were still alive after MORE THAN five years – a 92% success rate. (Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer)

According to these biological laws, diseases are not, as assumed, the result of malfunctions or malignancies of the organism but rather “SIGNIFICANT BIOLOGICAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS OF NATURE” (SBS), created to assist an individual during a period of emotional and psychological distress. According to Dr. Hamer…

First Law, “Every SBS originates from a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome), which is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflict shock that occurs simultaneously in the PSYCHE, the BRAIN, and on the corresponding ORGAN.”

The moment the brain cells receive the DHS, the conflict shock is immediately communicated to the corresponding organ and a SBS, on stand-by for exactly that conflict, and instantly activated. The impact of the shock is visible on a brain scan (brain computer tomogram) as a set of sharp concentric rings called a Hamer Focus or HH.

The Biological significance of each SBS is to improve the function of the conflict-related organ, so that the individual is in a better position to manage and eventually resolve the conflict. Both the biological conflict and the biological significance of each SBS always relate to the function of the correlating organ or organ tissue. The brain control centers of each organ are arranged in the same order as the organs in the body.

The conflict content determines the location of the HH in the brain and where exactly on the organ level the related SBS will run its course.

HH in Brain

 

Second Law: Every SBS-Significant Biological Special Program runs in two phases provided there is a resolution of the conflict.

The first phase is the Conflict Active Phase and the second phase is the Healing Phase. According to Dr. Hamer’s theory, disease will turn into cancer when we hang in the Conflict Active Phase and patient goes in to a hanging conflict because the conflict cannot or has not yet been resolved. If a person is in acute conflict-activity for a longer period of time, the condition can be fatal. The following figure will show for the case of breast cancer. A biological Conflict for Breast…

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The resolution of the conflict is the turning point that initials the second phase of the SBS. The Healing Phase actually starts from the brain, parallel to the healing of the psyche and the related organ, the brain cells that received the impact of the DHS also start to heal.

(Caroline Markolin, PhD)

 

MORE ABOUT SPECIFIC CAUSES OF FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO BREAST CANCER IN NEXT ISSUE ….

 

This information is provided/written by David Chan CNP,  ROHP© Copyright 2013 Genesis Health Inc. All rights reserved. This is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor or nutritionist. Please consult your doctor and nutritionist for advice about a specific medical condition.

A Clinical Perspective on Diabetes Mellitus and Ketone Bodies

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Diabetes Mellitus and Ketone Bodies

More than one person, found unconscious on the streets of some metropolis, has been carted to jail only to die of complications arising from uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. Others are fortunate enough to arrive in hospital emergency rooms. A quick test for diabetes mellitus-induced coma is the odor of acetone on the breath of the afflicted person. Acetone is one of several metabolites produced by diabetics that are known collectively as ketone bodies.

The term “diabetes” was used by the ancient Greeks to designate diseases in which excess urine is produced. Two thousand years later, in the eighteenth century, the urine of certain individuals was found to contain sugar, and the name “diabetes mellitus” (L.: mellitus, sweetened with honey) was given to this disease. People suffering from diabetes mellitus waste away as they excrete large amounts of sugar-containing urine. Continue Reading »

Is Obesity a Genetic Disease?

Friday, March 16th, 2018

For years, obese people have claimed that they gain weight even when they eat fewer calories than a person of normal weight. Now researchers are realizing that this is true. And at least part of the problem is the effect of dieting on lipid metabolism.

Some diet programs encourage very low caloric intake. The first time such a diet is used, the weight loss is quick and dramatic. At first this seems very encouraging, but inevitably, most of these dieters regain the weight within 2-5 years. Many gain even more weight than they had lost.

Well, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Right? Wrong! Many people go through several cycles of weight loss and weight gain-the yo-yo diet syndrome. One result is that their overall body makeup has less and less muscle and more and more fat. Each period of weight loss causes loss of muscle and fat, but the new weight gain is mostly fat. As a result of yo-yo dieting, some people can no longer lose weight-even on a very low calorie diet (800-900 calories per day).

The biological reason for the failure of diets to accomplish permanent weight loss is that yo-yo dieting increases the level of the enzyme lipoprotein lipase. This enzyme stimulates the storage of body fat.

Because fat tissue burns fewer calories than muscle and because the added lipoprotein lipase encourages storage of  body fat, these dieters do, indeed, gain weight on far fewer calories than a person of normal weight. The take-home lesson is clear. People shouldn’t begin a diet unless they are very highly motivated to stick with it. And the program selected should involve only moderate reduction in calories, a well-balanced diet, and an exercise program.

It is important to realize that certain foods are better than others at promoting weight loss. All calories are not created equal. A calorie of carbohydrate counts less than a calorie of fat. The reason for this is that the body uses 25% of the calories of dietary carbohydrates to store them as fat. But the body needs only 2.5% of the calories of dietary fats to store them as body fat. Thus only 75% of dietary carbohydrate, but 97.5% of dietary fats, can be stored by the body.

Recent advances in biotechnology offer the hope of understanding the metabolic problems of the obese. Metabolic typing with inappropriate diet match, insulin resistance, metabolic set point, hormonal imbalance such as hypothyrodism and lifestyle and hidden diseases could all be causes of obesity.  You will need to consult your nutritionist to identify the root cause of your weight gain. Choosing the right diet and supplements to reset your metabolic resistance is the key to reduce weight as well as  maintaining long term health.

 

 

This information is provided by © Copyright 2018 Genesis Health Inc. All rights reserved. This is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor or nutritionist. Please consult your nutritionist for advice about a specific medical condition.

Vitamin K2 – Ignored by scientist for almost 70 years

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Vitamin K2 and Osteoporosis

British Medical Journal have published in 2011 an astonish report that women who supplement with calcium to prevent osteoporosis are at a higher risk of atherosclerosis, stroke and heart attack than those who didn’t take these supplements. Continue Reading »

Natural healing properties from Common Herbs and Spices

Sunday, May 14th, 2017

Use these for simple home remedies and

prevention

 

Mint – Ease hiccups and stomach upsets

 

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What kind of results can I expect?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

That is a difficult question to answer. It really depends on a few factors: your current state of health, your commitment to taking personal responsibility and making changes, the lifestyle schedule you keep, and the type of results you are seeking. Your goals and results can be as big or as little as you want them to be. We will be there to guide and support you every step of the way in whatever it is you want to achieve.

My doctor told me to stay away from that “holistic stuff”, that it’s unsafe and unproven. Why would he/she think that?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

While doctors certainly have their place in the healthcare field and their usefulness for some areas should not be understated, unfortunately, today’s doctor receives little or no nutritional training and thus has little or no knowledge in this areafrom which to draw. Continue Reading »

Holistic Nutritionist or Naturopathic Doctor?

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Much like the confusion surrounding Dietitians and Holistic Nutritionists, Naturopaths and Holistic Nutritionists are frequently confused as well. A Naturopath is a licensed physician who completed 4 years at a recognized holistic-oriented medical school. They are more inclined to recommend Continue Reading »