Masters of Health Magazine September 2022 - Page 107

Week 3, Sept 2022

 

This week continues to support inflammation in joints and muscles.  The literature reports that this is from too much acid and suggests one teaspoon of naturally fermented vinegar in water can help balance PH.

Energy cycle faults continue to cause fatigue.  Many of the people who have had covid or the shots report extreme fatigue - NAD nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide – has been helpful.  NAD is an important co-enzyme for the body’s energy cycle and has been reported to support many biological processes within the body – link - https://www.bulletproof.com/supplements/dietary-supplements/nadh/

 

Blood clotting issues continue to be an issue this month along with iron stress.  The Obesity gene comes info play on the 18th – Check your voice by doing a BioDiet check at SoundHeathPortal.com

Serotonin – a neurotransmitter associated with mood comes into stress this week along with support for nerve sheathing.  Nerves may attempt to reconnect which causes intermittent quick pain bursts.  That is good news as long as they don’t continue for long.  Ulcers symptoms continue to hang on until the last week in Sept.

 

Week 4, Sept 2022

 

Pay close attention to your heart this week, cardiomyopathy frequencies are in stress this week along with troponin – an indicator of heart damage.  Blood pressure indicators start to rise this week.  Back stress continues into early oct.  Use your free nutrient software gained in our guest level course to monitor your mineralization as bone health stress begins now.

Adrenal stress is solid this week – you may want to give people more “space” to work out their issues.  This is especially important with Spike Protein on the rise; some of which influence you God Gene which support empathy and family bonding.

Flu frequencies come into play at the end of the week.

Last week of Sept 2022

Milk protein is the most prominent frequency activated this week.  Milk allergies can cause sinus, throat, and bronchial and lung issues. Streptococcus pneumonia pathogens will come into play by the end of the week. Vitamin B2 is activated on Wednesday [Riboflavin is a B vitamin. It can be found in certain foods such as milk, meat, eggs, nuts, enriched flour, and green vegetables.]

The gene that is most in stress is familial Alzheimer but at the same time the herb, Curcumin, is active.  Curcumin is often touted as a spice that can dissolve deadly brain plaques that can cause Alzheimer’s.  [Curcumin comes from Turmeric, an herb.]

Edema might be in the air as the mineral, Sodium comes into play on Monday.  You might find yourself craving salt loaded fries or chips.

The Multifidi muscle, along with the Iliocostalis lumborum continues to stress the back in general, and specifically the lower back.

For those whose ph. (acid/alkaline) balance might makes you susceptible to Scabies. Severe itching (pruritus), especially at night, is the earliest and most common symptom of scabies. Utter Balm is a sheep lanolin-based salve that may help.  Campho Phenique (local WalMart) may also help.

 

A toxin – food additive high on the active list this  month:  MSG (MonoSodium Glutamate) is contained in steak sauces, salad dressings, meat tenderizers, as a flavor enhancer in many packaged foods such as Hamburger Helper, Lipton’s Onion Soup Mix and Progresso’s and Campbell’s soups. Sauces, gravy mixes, Bacon bits…. also contain high amounts of MSG.  Most all fast-food restaurants and Chinese restaurants utilize MSG.  Snacks foods are frequently enhanced (Pringles, Doritos, Planters nuts, Cheese-Its…) with MSG.

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