chronic fatigue

chronic fatigue

Two Root Cause(s) Of Most Chronic Disease

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In today's video blog, I want to talk about why I think some people try SO hard to improve their health, but don't get anywhere. The kinds of conditions I'm talking about are: Mental Health Disorders like anxiety, depression, panic disorders, bi polar, schizophrenia, general moodiness Fatigue including chronic fatigue where the mitochondria just can't seem to make or keep the right nutrients to function properly Brain fog, inability to concentrate, loss of balance Auto Immune Diseases Cardiovascular Disease Insomnia (often even though tired!) PMS, estrogen dominance disorders like menorrhagia (heavy periods), endometriosis, fibrocystic breasts Gut disorders which can be as simple as imbalance in gut flora or more serious with IBS, Crohns, UC, etc. Root Cause #1:Genetics What happens is that if we have genetic SNP's (pronounced snips) in some of our fundamental genes, it's like having an accident on the freeway and pathways get slow or blocked. Methylation is a key metabolic reaction in about every cell of our body. We methylate to make and repair DNA, RNA, make neurotransmitters (like melatonin for sleep), GABA (calming neurotransmitter), creatinine, coQ10, phosphatidylcholine, and more. Hundreds or thousands of reactions depend on methylation. Root Cause #2: Environmental Toxins Now, throw in heavy metals we are burdened with in our environment today and those add to the freeway jam. They literally stop metabolic processes. Left untreated over years, it can result in cancers, neurological diseases like ALS, MS, and Parkinson's disease. The answer is individualized medicine, not throwing more drugs on top of the traffic congestion, and identifying each person's genetic SNP's and traffic jams and treating it accordingly with the NUTRIENTS that support those root causes but not living on supplements forever without finding that root cause. For more, see my website at www.healthylifestylesmt.com The 4-part Detox Course: http://www.healthylifestylesmt.com/product/complete-4-part-detox-series/ And here's a screenshare I did to help you visualize these metabolic pathways I'm talking about! http://screencast.com/t/OhDUOJKfsuE ~Tracy