Making Sense of the Symptoms

Your body is a system.  It needs to stay in balance in order to maintain health.  Troublesome symptoms taking place in your system give clues to specific nutritional deficiencies and/or toxic overloads that need to be addressed in order to help move your system back toward balance.

Reading about the symptoms related to each of the following deficiencies or overloads will help you get a better idea of how your body works together synergistically to maintain health.

As a for instance or two, if you’re troubled by gas and bloating after meals, your read of “Hydrochloric Acid Deficiency” should be quite informative.  And if chronic fatigue is part of what you struggle with, reading about your adrenals will really point you in the right direction.

Anyhow, read up…and enjoy the detective work on your own body.  I’d love to hear your thoughts if you sign up for a consultation.

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