Masters of Health Magazine November 2022 - Page 111

The pathogen in stress for the next few days is Borrelia – a strain of Lyme’s disease. Muscles include the tailbone area and above along with the muscles of the lower leg.  Secondary muscles just coming into stress are the eye muscles and thumb. Insulin becomes vulnerable on Monday along with Zithromax (Z-pak) which is nearly the same frequency as one type of insulin.   Vasopressin, a biochemical that helps regulate blood pressure and blood sugar plays a part in blood glucose frequency balance over the next few days.

Nov 6-12

EBV (Epstein Barr, Cholesterol, myostatin, niacin, caffeine and magnesium stress combines to causes feelings of fatigue  for the next few weeks. 

Joint pain – especially the knees kick in this week – inflammation of and lack of joint fluid is the culprit.  Too much fibrin can also contribute to joint pain.  If you test your voice, you will find that the note of f-G are too high.  You can ask for a free nutrition evaluation at SoundHealthPortal.com

Thyroid stress continues for the next two weeks. Iodine, selenium, and zinc are all thyroid support nutrients.  The internet lists food that are problematic to thyroid function.  Selenomethionine may be supportive – can be found at your local health food store.

Niacin (vit B3) is very important to brain function this week.

Expect shoulder girdle muscle to start to flare this week.

Genes for colon cancer and diabetes come into play this week.

Nov 13-19

Knee muscles continue to flare and begin to involve thigh muscles.  Muscle evaluations are available from SoundHealthPortal.com - CAMPAIGNS

Nutrients in stress SAMe, vitamin D4, 25-hydroxycholecalciferol, calcifediol and Vit E

Nanobacteria comes into stress this weak and can cause tooth plaque and heart sac inflammation.  Heart Muscle is stressed this week.

Thyroid stress continues especially for those using thyroid medications.

Stress involving proteins are active now and may cause gout symptoms.Shoulder muscles continue to aggravate involving Rhomboid, trapezius and chest wall that help support.

The diabetes frequencies continue to soar; those with fatty livers will be especially vulnerable with a high carb diet.

Muscle atrophy both genetic and those caused by statins and aging continue to plague especially the elderly.   You may find your muscles seem less strong for the next few weeks.

Candida may be more active toward the end of the week.  Sugar may cause a flare up.

Nov 20-26

The use of iron is obvious for this week.  Spine issues associated with Lumbar 5 (lower limb circulation), (Prostate, sciatic nerve)   and Thoracic 4 (gall bladder, liver) may become active this week.

Shoulder and hip joints continue to need detoxification to relieve glymph system fluid (waste clearance) Nitric OxIde – found in beets may be of assistance.

The pancreas starts a fortnight of stress this week.

Staphylococcus aureus found as a cause of upper respiratory and skin issues comes into play on Wednesday