05 Aug 2019 How we work with weight instability
- Food Intolerance
- Unstable blood sugars creating an excess of insulin which promotes fat storage not glycogen which promotes fat burning.
- Poor diet
- Lack of digestive acid or enzymes (hypochloridia)
- Emotional Issues
- Stress creating excess hormones that contribute to unstable blood sugars
- Excess oestrogens caused by food, medication, toxic chemicals and undesirable gut flora
- Balancing blood sugars to ensure the pancreas can do it’s main job of helping digestion not being involved in hormone production
- Identifying and removing trigger foods that cause intolerances
- Targeted supplementation to support the body back to wellness
How do we support this in clinic?
- Rebalancing the muscle-organ-meridian connections
- Emotional work to support decision making
- Identifying trigger foods
- Identifying and recommending targeted nutritional supplementation
- Offering advice on the right diet for this issue
Why do we get results?
- We use a multi pronged approach. We work on the foundation stones of blood sugar stabilisation, stress hormone rebalancing and correcting the hormonal imbalances as well as identifying the correct nutritional supplementation and supporting the emotional aspect plus identifying food triggers.
Long term management recommendations
- Keeping trigger foods out of the diet
- Having maintenance kinesiology sessions to ensure supplementation is still working and structural imbalances aren’t occurring
- Keeping blood sugars stable with good diet and reducing stress