Nutrition and Detoxification Dr. Chase Hayden, DC, QN www.HaydenInstitute.com 832-704-9554
We put drugs of which we know little, into bodies of which we know less, to cure diseases of which we know nothing at all. --Voltaire--
Innate Design• We are not broken!• Symptoms are the result of inflammation, which stem from imbalances within our fuel and communication systems.
"The nervous system controls all other systems and relates theindividual to his or herenvironment." Grays Anatomy, 29th American Edition,P.4 And it is under assault every time we eat!
Nutrient Effects onNeurologic Expression and the Importance of Detoxification
PesticidesEPA Report: Between 2006 and 2008, the world used approx. 5.2 billion pounds of pesticides.There are approx. 4.4 billion pesticide applications made each year in American homes. Disrupt neurotransmitter activity, alter cellular membranes, disrupt neurologic integrity.
Food Additives • Over 14,000 additives used in common foods. • MSG, Food Colorings, Aspartame, HF CS, etc. • Common symptoms: headaches, tremors, rash es, joint pain, digestive stress, hormonal imbalance, etc
Real Life Examples - 7/F • Presentation: • Full body rash • Circular • Slightly raised • Itchy • Temp. 99.3 • Suspected food allergy – Jell-O (Red #40)
Real Life Examples - 7/F • Day 1: – Quantum Neurology rehabilitation (reconnect the nervous system to the affect part of the body) – Prescribed “Antronex” (support detoxification of liver through histamine and kinin pathways) – Mother reported rash disappeared with 2 hours of first visit – 8 hours later, rash began to return (immediately after eating Oreos)
Food Quality• Genetically Modified Foods – Soybeans (85%+), Corn (45%+), Canola, Papayas, Radicchio, Potatoes, Rice, Squash, Zucchini, Cantaloupe, Sugar Beets, Flax, Tomatoes, ect. – Estimates of 70-75% the of processed foods found at our local supermarkets are believed to contain GM ingredients.
Sugar in Foodhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wlwj-mmE-qA
Real Life Examples - 52/M• Test Date: 11/13/00 • Test Date: 12/9/00 – Triglycerides – 477 – Triglycerides – 159 – Total Cholesterol – 256 – Total Cholesterol – 165 – HDL Cholesterol – 31 – HDL Cholesterol – 29 – LDL Cholesterol – N/A – LDL Cholesterol – 104 – Chol/HDLC Ratio – 8.26 – Chol/HDLC Ratio – 5.69 Days between tests: 26 Change in Triglycerides: 318 Change in Total Cholesterol: 91 Change in HDL Cholesterol: -2 Change in LDL Cholesterol: Unknown Change in Cholesterol/HDL ratio: 2.57
Remove Inflammatory Foods • Gluten (Wheat, Barley, Rye) – A, B, AB, O • Caesin (Dairy – Not Eggs) – A, B, AB, O • Corn – A, B, AB, O • Soy – A, B, AB, O • Tomato – A, B, AB • Peanut – B, O • Chicken – B, AB • Red Meat – A, AB • Chocolate (With Milk) – A, B, AB, O