Blood Pressure Explained

Blood Pressure Explained

Blood Pressure Explained

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Dr. Smith, TracI, and Amanda and I. What okay I'm just gonna you know where you can dance back there but and… I'm trained as a chiropractor but over the years I've learned that you have to start addressing the whole person the person is more than than a spine and the spine is important but you have to look at the whole so today in this office we are holistic health care practitioners more than just chiropractors and I grew up in Sweden I came over to the US on a track scholarship and then I competed in the Olympics for Sweden in 1992 finished ninth in the decathlon and at the time I thought I was really healthy and really fit turns out I was fit but not so healthy because I as an athlete I was.

Told to eat 3,000 calories of bread and pasta and grains every day and then I supplemented heavily with chocolate and ice cream and because I burned it all off I thought I was okay but in retrospect I understand I was setting myself up for trouble down the road so after my athletic career around age 30 I started having some problems and I got low back pain and and often debilitating so sometimes to be so bad that I had someone dragged me to the office and it take me 20 minutes to get out of the car so I could stand all the way up and then I'd be on my feet all day because if I sat down I didn't know if I was gonna get back up but and I was adjusted by every doctor at every.

Seminar and every student and it never really made much difference it wasn't until I got I got it under some sort of control but it wasn't really until I got dr. Smith in here who could adjust me the same way that I adjust other people that I really started making a difference and when the second breakthrough was when we started something called nutrition response testing and we're going to demonstrate some of that for you today and today I'm still in the process of healing I have less back pain less brain fog my acne is clearing up because all of that is it's part of the whole and you're never done with healing it's an ongoing process but every I keep getting.

Better and better so today we're going to talk to you about blood pressure anyone here have high blood pressure okay two out of four and that's almost typical of the adult population so there's 75 million people in the country that have high blood pressure or that even know about it that's 32 percent of adults and it's a big deal but the question is what is blood pressure why why do we have it how does that work so there's two numbers in the blood pressure once called systolic and what's called diastolic blood pressure is created when the heart squeezes so when the heart contracts it pushes blood it increases the pressure.

And it pushes against the peripheral resistance against the tension in the rest of the body and the blood vessels so the systolic is when the heart is squeezing and the diastolic is when the heart is relaxing so that's just the residual pressure it's the pressure that the heart is pushing against and we need both of these numbers because the diastolic sets the tone and that determines how fast that blood is going to get out to the body so normal is considered 120 over 80 and then they have these different levels that they call pre hypertension hypertension stage one and stage two there has never really been any studies to demonstrate damage under a blood pressure of 100.

Sixty so if you're under 160 you don't really have you still want to kind of address the causes but you don't have to worry nearly as much as they they think that you have to so 130 hundred and forty yeah it may be a little high but there are no demonstrated consequences of it but why do we have blood pressure what is it for is it is for two reasons primarily so it's to deliver nutrients obviously the blood carries all the oxygen and all the nutrients and when the body needs more we got to get more blood there faster and the other reason is we got to have enough blood pressure to push it from the heart up to the brain because gravity pulls blood down to your feet and that's where you also.

Need this this residual pressure to keep all the blood from just rushing down to your feet so the blood pressure the difference between systolic and diastolic is primarily to to get the blood from the heart to the brain and then we also need to be able to adapt so if you're laying down then there is no gravity to push again so the blood flows pretty freely and you don't need a whole lot of blood pressure you just need enough to keep the tone and a little bit to get it get it moving but you don't need as much as these numbers but then when you stand up all the blood rushes to your feet because of gravity now your body has to adapt and increase your blood pressure very very quickly so that.

You don't faint and the people that have dizzy spells and fainting they can't then their bodies can't react fast enough that's another seminar another thing to understand about blood pressure is they talk about it when you go to the doctor and say oh you've got you have high blood pressure you got it but blood pressure is not something you get it's something that your body creates body makes it happen every hard squeeze creates the blood pressure every second that your blood vessels constrict to maintain tone the blood pressure is created in every moment of your existence because it has to adapt so when you're running when you're walking.

Up a flight of stairs you need higher blood pressure because there's more blood that needs to get out to the tissues so your body regulates it and changes it based on that so in every moment in your existence it's variable and if it gets stuck in high then there's something else that's wrong and we'll get to that so what about salt we have we'll look at a few mechanisms here so you get an idea assault has been blamed on on high blood pressure assault is bad so if you have high salt intake anyone ever notice you get thirsty okay that's your body's way of saying hey we need a little water to dilute the solvers body's pretty smart and then you get because you drink more water you.

Volume your blood volume increases and now your blood pressure goes down but there's a mechanism in the body to handle this and it's the most powerful blood pressure regulating mechanism that there is and it's called diuresis pressure diuresis so whenever blood pressure goes up it pushes harder against the kidneys so the kidneys are like a filter and when the and they only let through so much water at a time but when there's more water and more pressure it's going to let through more that's called pressure diuresis so the kidneys are going to filter out more water the volume decreases and we return to normal blood pressure so the salt has nothing to do with this and will accept.

In a special case get back to that so salt is not a bad thing we just need to get a quality salt what about water so you have a high water intake you drink a lot of water what happens then right and then the volume decreases and you're back to normal blood pressure but if you drink a lot of water all the time there's this idea that we should drink gallons and gallons of water all the time and then what can happen is that we also lose some salt okay should drink tons of water you pee all the time as you filter out all this water in the kidneys you lose some salt along with it but again the body is just ingenious because the kidneys will reabsorb the water and it.

Will reabsorb the salt along with it so most people don't have that most people know that the kidneys filter out fluids right they don't know that you reabsorb 99% of that water and along with it you reabsorb 99% of all that sodium hey so sodium is bad right why would the body reabsorb 99% of something that's bad for you is the design that flawed like know obviously sodium is the the dominant mineral in the body it's vital it's the body goes through extreme expenses to bring it back into the body so salt is not an issue you have kidneys to to regulate it to get rid of the excess and to to reabsorb what you don't know as much as possible get rid of what you don't but what you don't need and and.

Let's talk about one more example here just so you kind of get the idea of how the body how complex and intelligent of all it is so what about when you exercise you go for a run what happens when you go for Iran the muscles work harder you need more blood in the periphery you have to raise your blood pressure so that you can get the blood out to the working muscles does that mean you're sick should you take a blood pressure medication before going on a run you need a pill because there's something wrong no the body is adapting it's intelligent to have high blood pressures and then how come you don't pee yourself every time you go for a workout because with a hop when you.

Have high blood pressure you have pressure diuresis it always works except when you're exercising because exercise is a form of stress and the body knows that you're supposed to be able to go for a run without peeing yourself so the brain knows that during those circumstances it's okay to have high blood pressure so it tightens up the kidney to keep the water in the body okay so it's not a salt problem it's not a high blood pressure problem it's not an exercise problem it is a nervous system problem because normally when you're exercising the nervous system can only ride what the kidneys are doing because it's intelligent in that situation so if you have high blood.

Pressure normally it's because the nervous system is overriding whatever other mechanisms because it has a reason to do so okay so here are the reasons first of all we have to understand what pressure is regulating it's not something that happens to you it's an intelligent mechanism your body's trying to get something done number one reason you have high blood pressure something is interfering with the radio your body is regulating its turning things on and off all the time but if something's interfering then the brain can get the wrong idea all right so for one thing that we find a lot in here that we're going to show you in a little bit is that your regulation can.

Be blocked by toxins chemicals metals food allergies pathogens scars electromagnetic fields these can change how your nervous system is processing all this information and your body can get the wrong idea and raise the blood pressure for the wrong reason there could be a physiological need if you have physical stress like you're running you're exertion exerting yourself then you need the high blood pressure then it's not a problem you could have a nutritional deficiency if you're low on oxygen what's the body gonna try to do it's going to try to send more blood out to those body parts so heart rate has to go up blood pressure has to go up so if your boy is missing stuff you could have.

High blood pressure because of that you could have an imagined physiological need if you're under stress but you're sitting in a chair you're not running but you're working on the bills or the next deadline or you're trying to get something done and the kids are screaming that's pretty stressful and your body is still feeling that it's an imagined need it's not a physiological need but your body still perceives it so you fire off your stress response system and your blood pressure goes up or this is the only time where salt matters if your kidneys are unable to do that filtering if they're unable to get rid of the liquid and reabsorb the proper components then the salt is going to.

Bind fluid and it's going to raise the blood pressure so the salt isn't it just makes them makes it worse because the kidney isn't working properly all right oh can you guys see in there oh okay did I not say it all all right so the four reasons why blood pressure may not be regulated properly as something is interfering with regulations such as a toxin – there might be a physiological needs such as physical stress or nutritional deficiency there could be an imagined physiological need such as emotional stress you're not really working out harder but your body thinks you're about to or there's some tissue damage there's some physical organ or.

Pathway or support function system that's just not being able to regulate it accordingly such as a kidney failure all right so that's essentially how blood pressure works and taking a medication is not going to fix any of this it's only going to interfere with the body's attempt and dealing with this all right so what are signs and send us the symptoms are things like pain and a sign would be high blood pressure high cholesterol those are signs things that we can measure and that's kind of like messages that you get from from your car from an instrument panel so if you're out driving and everything's looking good and a light comes on then this the light is not the problem the light is.

Telling you other problem okay and if you have more lights coming on then you have more things that aren't working and if you don't address them then your car will come to a grinding halt faster and be more expensive to fix so how many people think that that would be a good idea yeah we haven't we haven't fixed anything right we've covered it up and I'm gonna use the script to try to not talk too much to try to stay on track here and and if we cover it up it doesn't matter if we do it once or a thousand times the car is never gonna get better until we address those things that that they they're trying to tell us about and the body is the same thing.

Symptoms like pain and heartburn and high blood pressure their signals their messages they're not the problems they're telling you of a problem and as you can understand therefore you cannot create health by covering up symptoms anymore that you can write in the road by covering up the darkness and every time that you do cover up something you make it worse because you're allowing the underlying problem to get bigger okay does that make sense in the car if you leave it alone is it ever gonna get it's the problem ever gonna get smaller no and the body is the same way and so unfortunately the ultimate cover-up is our health care system to the tune of three point two trillion dollars I can't.

Even imagine that number and that was a couple of years ago do you think it's more or less today a lot more yeah our code base going up or down deductibles going up or down okay and that's $10,000 for every man woman and child in the country and you could justify that money if we were the healthiest people on the planet if we would just stellar examples of prime health and that would be money well spent but it turns out we are we ranked 37th out of 37 industrialized nations so whatever we're getting for the money is not health right we're getting symptom treatment we have 5% of the world's population we take 55% of all the drugs in the world and 80% of all the pain.

Killers do we have less pain no we have the most pain because we're covering up the causes and mainstream health care has two tools they have drugs and surgeries and then they have a million different tests to figure out which drug or which surgery to give you but health is a state that occurs when everything is working the way it's supposed to and there is no drug that's going to make anything work better the drugs will stop signals but they won't improve function so the number one cause of death about 1 million deaths a year is due to the healthcare system and this is from medical research New England Journal of Medicine Journal American Medical Association Brady British Medical.

Journal when you add it all up right drug side effect hospital infections unnecessary surgeries complications it's close to 1 million deaths a year that's the same as 6 jumbo jets crashing every day no survivors did you think twice about buying a ticket tomorrow right but we keep spending three point two trillion dollars on a healthcare system that does that and it's not that the healthcare system is incompetent or evil we're just using it wrong we're using it for things it was never designed for it's designed for emergency intervention it's designed for life-saving when you when you have a broken bone when you bleed any other your stomach when you have a car accident when you have a.

Diabetic coma then they'll say in your life but they're not going to get you healthy they're not going to get anything restored to health and not going to improve any function so that's what we have to understand what the difference is and the health care system can save your life but it has little to offer in terms of health and we are here to talk about health so the doctor of the future all you have no medicine but will interest patients and the care of the human frame in proper diets and the cause and prevention of disease the body is self-healing we don't have to teach it to heal all the little stuff has been figured out why whoever created.

This thing right whoever did that wasn't stupid there's a lot of perfect alignment balance function homeostasis all the little nitty-gritty is already figured out we just have to give the body the stuff that it means so health is when the autonomic nervous system works the autonomic nervous system is handles everything about you that you don't have to think about so growing hair which isn't working digesting food and and healing cells and beating your heart and so forth it's the autonomic nervous system that does that it processes a billion bits of information every second and it it turns things on and off to get things just right and when it gets it right things.

Heal symptoms go away and but there are three levels of function in the body there's a passive system which is bones cartilage connective tissue they don't do anything on their own their job is to show up and don't break the next level is active and that's the muscles that move the bones and the cartilage and they connected tissue as long as as well as cardiac that pumps the blood but whatever the muscles are doing it because of what the brain and nervous system is telling them so if we take an x-ray and we have a misalignment it's because the muscles pulled it crooked because the brain told it to and if the brain did that it's because the brain is.

Confused or misinformed and we'll get into some more detail on why that is so here is how chiropractic works the brain controls everything in the body the body has receptors the receptors provide feedback so that the brain will know how to control the body and the control results in movements that trigger receptors that send more feedback and on and on and on and on but the brain can only control the bone in to the extent that the feedback is accurate they all that feedback creates a picture of the world for the brain if that picture is true and correct the brain has a true picture if that feedback is distorted the brain doesn't know what the world looks like and we're gonna have high.

Blood pressure neck pain digestive problems etc and chiropractic works by finding out where the feedback is missing or distorted what what puzzle pieces are missing in order for the brain to understand the body that's what chiropractic does we go in we when we move a bone we activate receptors and improve the feedback it's not about moving the bone it's about what happens in the brain as a result of moving and when we can complete the picture and get the brain a better idea then the brain knows what to do from there and that's how chiropractic has worked since the start 120 years ago but we have found in the last 50 years this picture the the efficient.

She has changed because there's more variables if signals were the only issue then this would be a complete model but there are other things that can interfere with the signals and those are things like metals chemicals toxins etc and now today we have to start looking at those as well trains so now you're all going to be turned into health experts I'm going to put this all together for you brain controls everything in the body but every organ depends on each other that every organ is vital that's why they're called vital organs and and each organ can only be as healthy as the cells that make them up and you have about a hundred trillion cells and over time these cells wear out.

But this nucleus right here has DNA and DNA is a blueprint so this allows the cell as it wears out it allows the cell to make a copy of itself so you get a new working copy and how many of you knew that the body that you brought here tonight is 90% different than last year's model 90% of the cells have died and been replaced with new ones some of them many times over some of them every week okay so then the question is are the new cells getting better or worse than the old ones right and in seven years you replace 100% of your body so how would you like your next body to be these are good questions right you should think think.

Seriously about them because again some years she helped you with that so what are the factors that are going it's going to take to makes the next generation of cells healthier turns out there's only two reasons cells get better or worse and one is toxicity and the other is deficiency so when you're deficient that means the cell needs something that is not getting it's got to have it but it's not getting it toxicity means that there's a stressor there's some interference the cells trying to get the job done but something is interfering and it's just not working the way it's supposed to because of that and the first thing a cell needs is.

Activation stimulation and the purpose of every cell is to do something if you don't activate it it won't do anything and it has no purpose you all sort of use it or lose it that's why we need activation once you make that cell do something you have to provide it fuel every engine that makes energy has to have fuel that's pretty obvious and that's the calories from fat protein carbohydrates but fuel is not enough no matter what well-meaning government agencies tell you we are have you ever heard of the population being overfed and undernourished that's us so it's not about the fuel it's about nutrition and fuel has very little to do with nutrition GRPs are genuine.

Replacement part if you're going to build new cells over the next seven years do you want genuine replacement parts or achieve no gosh yeah and whole food has genuine replacement parts processed food has cheap knockoffs and whole food has essential amino acids and essential fatty acids all in the right shape and form to fit in to that new cell processed food does not hole food produced by mother nature for eons have all all the enzymes vitamins minerals that you need to fully digest absorb and assimilate the food and turn it into healthy cells if we don't mess with the food it's already in there processed food has most of that destroyed all the enzymes and most of.

The vitamins minerals and cofactors that you need to digest it have been have been lost and most essential fats are lost as well what's the number one thing that essential fats are for what what are they building blocks for brain 40% of your brain is an essential fatty acid called DHA and it's very very sensitive food processing and heat cooking destroys it okay that's why they tell you eat fish except you can't eat fish anymore because of all the mercury so I'm going to sound like a doomsday profit here but we gotta paint you an honest picture first and so nutrition comes from living things the way nature has made them not synthetic fractions of vitamins from a chemical factory.

Synthetic Mac vitamins which is 99% of everything sold are made from glucose and cornstarch glucose and cornstarch can sustain life so why would we think that chemicals made from those things to sustain life everything you're being sold as a vitamin in the stores is corn starch and glucose basically in various forms there's no scientist that can create life work even a single cell you ever thought about that we can put a man on the moon we can send satellites into orbit we can make cell phones we can do amazing things no scientists in the world can make a single one of those and you have a hundred trillion of them they that's what life is that's what biology.

Is it's different nature makes life not not labs so if they can't create life then they can't create nutrition either nutrition comes from nature finally your body needs some piece and your body can be in one of two states it could be in stress and fight flight or it can be in peace and feed breathe that's your autonomic nervous system it's in one of those two states and your body can only heal and regenerate in a state of peace and relaxation so anytime that you have stress your body won't be able to heal properly and that's where we are the same type of stress we're talking about that sense that blood pressure up also so now you know what the body needs let's talk about the.

Stuff that interfere we'll go through that quickly because they're pretty obvious allergies food allergies and this is rather sad because now the fuel and the genuine replacement parts the food that's supposed to keep us alive now we can't tolerate it okay and it's not it's not because there's something wrong with the food is because we destroy the food and now our bodies have to work harder at breaking it down so we deplete our bodies in the attempt to break the food down and when we don't have the interview to do it anymore we develop in tolerances and sensitivities metal toxicity and chemical toxicity they're rampant there's more than 80,000 chemicals.

Introduced since 1950 and there's so much heavy metals we have to be careful with the fish we eat metals and chemicals interfere with signals and hormones and chemical messengers so the body's communication is thrown up and this wasn't even an issue 100 years ago these things didn't exist in our environment 100 years ago but today have three to five thousand chemicals in our food air and water every day we can make some changes in our lifestyle to reduce the toxic exposure but the real solution is to rebuild the cells especially the liver so that they can keep up and get rid of these things and we have a natural elimination system but it's getting backed up because we're not.

Getting the things that we need immune challenges those are the virus bacteria yeast fungi etc and they don't cause the problem contrary to popular belief they don't cause the problem they come after the problem when your body is already weakened when you've lost your defenses then they are opportunistic and they take advantage of it and then of course your body gets even weaker because it has to fight the stress from these bugs antibiotics are not the solution because they kill as much good bacteria as bad and they have no effect on viruses and yet most people who go to the doctor with a cold they get an antibiotic because they want to leave with something the solution is to restore the.

Health of the cells so the bugs are turned away next stressor is scarce and that's a surprise to most people but it's one of the most common and most devastating stressors that we find the body has energy pathways in the skin called meridians and an acupuncture they call this energy chi and they work with it by placing needles but if there's a scar on the Meridian then the energy can't get through and normal skin is flexible and the fibers have a certain alignment to them but a scar the fibers have no alignment the fibers crisscross and therefore the signal is absorbed or deflected so again it's an interference for the overall balancing communication in the body and finally EMFs.

Electromagnetic fields kind of work on the same there's acupuncture but instead of being in the skin they're sort of everywhere at the same time and that's also a new stressor it started with electrical appliances like toasters and radio and then computers became common about 20 years ago and then since then we have one more big item what's that cellphones exactly and not only is it the strongest field that we have because it's always a receiver transmitter but we keep it on our bodies most of our waking hours and some guys with shirt pockets keep it one inch away from the other stronger electromagnetic field in the body call the heart okay so two electromagnetic.

Fields are going to interfere they're going to push on each other and the longer the duration the greater the impact so we just have to know and about how this works and try to get a little smarter about it so these are the actual causes of disease and illness today okay it's different than a hundred years ago this is a man-made world processed foods and they're like and and environmental stressors and we have to smart up we have to understand what these things are doing to us we don't die from starvation and wild animals we get sick over a period of twenty thirty four years from these things and these are something that we can change and do something around so let me ask you this now that.

You are getting educated if your body is missing something that it needs is there a drug that can supply that need no not no that's not what they do if there is interference from a stressor is there a drug that can remove that interference no okay so you have to work with the body to supply things it's missing out to increase signals and drugs they block signals it reduce symptoms by interfering with the body okay that's why it can produce an immediate effect but in the long run it will always create more problems and the drug is interference the drug is a toxin so it can be useful in a crisis but will always bring you further from.

Homeostasis in the long run so in this office we don't care so much about diagnosing disease for treating disease because the only way to get healthy is to deal with a cause if you help the body with a cause the body knows what to do that's called innate intelligence I'm feeling so now the only thing we need to figure out is what specific deficiencies and toxicities that each individual has and as it turns out this is a good part your body already knows okay your body's innate intelligence already have all the answers we just need to know how to ask the questions so can I have a volunteer face me so we're gonna show you something called muscle testing we're.

Gonna explain what it is because it's a lot more to it it's really simple but it's more to it than people to think at first so hold your arm out for me I'm gonna push down have you done this with them okay all right so it's not a wrestling match so we'll fine-tune it a little bit here so match for me so I'm only pushing hard enough that I'm certain that I have a lock I'm just looking and I'm not looking for strength I'm pushing I'm increase till there's a point where okay there it is it's a lot it's solid if I push another 10% it's going to be exactly the same place okay that's the feeling I'm looking for and mash hey there's that long so now move your right.

Leg forward perfect so now I feel for that long and you're a strong guy but you see how there's no lock okay so relax for a second so I'm pushing on the bone the bone is held up by a muscle the muscle is controlled by a signal from the ring hey you broke him in for me so from here to here there is no difference in the bone bone is the same the muscle is the same so what changes from here to here is the brain signal right so that makes it a brain test this is a neurological reflex exactly like this one right you don't have a choice about it your brain is gonna behave certain ways okay and this is beautiful it's the single most powerful diagnostic tool ever discovered.

Okay Bar None and so now move your left leg forward and match for me and there's a lock because this makes sense to the Bombers yes because we don't walk like this we walk like this so whenever we do this that leg is an instruction it's like a switch that turns this off you're hardwired like that you don't have a choice okay but now that we understand what muscle testing is it's not a wrestling match it's a neurologic reflex it said yes an old response we can start asking the body how does this work how does this work is this a good thing is that a not so good thing all right so there there's a good long so if I touch.

Something we'll start right here and oh so that was a good lock so that means there's nothing particularly wrong here so depending on what we touch we're activating different things and all that so right here is the cerebellum and oh and we might push there there is no lodge when I take my hand on it is oh yeah oh oh there see there's a launch oh there's no not so the body is telling us there's some stress there there's some misunderstanding there's some confusion there's some interference or something missing about that that body work so we'll keep going how's your sleep not so good that's the pineal gland that makes melatonin and regulates your sleep.

Patterns he's not been taking a shit and that's the frontal sinus which is usually some sort of immunity situation thyroid what do we get cerebellum I need eye Roy and liver so we got four things to play with so all those areas they're not diseased but they'd like to be happier they have some amount of degeneration or decline and in order to get to optimal health they would like to have something okay so we're gonna check a few things are you interacting with people good alright so let's try RNA light Ropin or checks maybe so here this is ribonucleic acid this helps with cell repair especially nervous tissue so we're gonna.

Check that cerebellum now your arm did that what you think there's no doubt so this looks really weird but everything has a little bit of energy every matter is actually energy all the molecules they have energy patterns and pathways like little fingerprints and they can travel a certain distance just like light gets in through glass or like cell phones go straight through these walls the energy from these nutrients also travel a few inches so when you hold them then your body can determine if that's a match or mismatch okay so let's hold onto that and let's see if the thyroid also gets better okay but the thyroid doesn't care okay so that.

One's specific for the brain and hold and the liver doesn't care one bit okay now let's try this one so this is something that typically the thyroid likes oh and we got a rock-solid muscle the cerebellum no care less oh liver couldn't care less because different areas have different requirements okay and by experience and muscle testing we can figure out what those requirements are so hold that and let's see so this is still brain but pineal is kind of special let's see if that one likes it okay and the pineal says then make a bit of difference and I don't know if this will but let's see oh wow sure enough okay so this is or checks since we're on.

Camera I can't give you the nickname for them but they help the body regulate certain hormones and now this is liver nutrients and that makes the liver rock solid but Oh thyroid doesn't care okay all right so thank you thank you so much you're welcome thank you Oh woman one more thing do you have the physical pain somewhere yes where's that me ok I have total knee replacement this thing bugs me every single leg okay anymore actually let's get a chair every single day okay so take this hand and touch the knee and there's there's nothing there so when you touch just like the organs that when.

They have stress if there's another body part where you have pain even if it's not an organ it's still gonna kind of unlock that muscle now touch that again and it didn't help so it's just checking if maybe there was a liver because it was the only one out of these that I could sort of concede but let's try some wheat germ oil cuz I see a big nasty scar oh yeah and scars interfere with signals and wheat germ oil helps restore soften scars okay there's probably more stuff but we're not going to get into much detail yet so thank you so much stay around a couple of minutes afterwards well show you exactly if you want to find the secrets of the universe think in terms of energy.

Frequency and vibration okay we need some new tools we live in a different world this world has electromagnetic fields and toxins we need better tools and the muscle testing is a tool that lets us evaluate these these items because it deals with the electromagnetic system of the body hey you can run a million dollars worth of blood work and you're not going to find out as much as we just did so the goal is to find personally designed clinical nutrition why is that because we're different inside as we are on the outside and every every event that you've been through in life every encounter everything you eat has adapted you and.

Changed you in some way so it's not just about how different we are on the genetic level it's a life experience we are all different and that means we need a different combination of things to unlock our specific situation so with muscle testing we can ask what's the first thing we have to handle what is the cause of that problem what's the solution to that problem then once we got that figured out we move on to the next thing and it turns out even if we find 20 different organs or body parts that that you have pain or stress in we don't have to fix them all we just have to fix the ones that the body can't fix on its own and once we get past those the body can.

Handle the rest so here's another quote all truth passes through three stages first is ridiculed second is violently opposed and third it's accepted in being self evidence I just love that quote because a thousand years ago everyone knew that the earth was flat and then Copernicus and Galileo claimed that it wasn't and they were banned and arrested and it looked burnings and so forth and today it's self-evident that the earth is realm we laugh and we say how could they be so ignorant they must be really stupid back then right so they weren't we're no smarter we just have more references right and our references change all the time but it's the same old story no.

Matter what the topic is first its ridicule and opposed and then when the evidence become overwhelming then they say oh yeah I knew that alone that was that was my idea how could they be so stupid okay and so we do these seminars because the healthcare system has failed we have no health care and people need to start knowing the truth about health but science is not just about understanding and mechanism science is about exploring findings and developing systems that can't be duplicated even if we don't understand how it works because muscle testing is not in a realm that we completely understand life isn't something we understand so we just have to take it on faith if we can duplicate.

It let's use it so nutritional response testing is extremely accurate and reproducible the findings are very consistent and have produced great results on a regular basis for thousands who have tried just about everything else before they come here so that is real clinical science so if you'd like to have an evaluation for the nutrition response testing the first thing we need to determine is if you're a case if you're candidate for nutrition response testing or not if you're not it's unlikely that it would ever help you but if you are we believe that nothing else would help you as much that's our our experience and belief based on what we've seen so we'd like to offer.

Everyone a quick one-minute screening so you can see what it feels like if you haven't had it done and that way we can determine if you're a probable candidate for nutrition response testing and then we have a quick form for you to fill out as well and then after that dr. Smith and I can check you and we'll be happy to to answer any questions so the initial visit is about an hour and a half the normal fee is $180 however this month is our community outreach month because we're just pulling out all the stops to try to flood the office and to get as to really get the message out there so we're asking your help with that also so if you're here on a referral and you got a.

Little referral card then it's only fifty nine dollars for that initial evaluation and if you have other people you'd like to tell we have a seminar every day where you can bring them in you can check the topics all the topics are are life changing and if you're an existing patient or your own personal injury so that's covered by that anyway did you have something are these questions or yeah okay so I think there's a genes okay if you have so here's a question from from online if you have high blood pressure in your family is it possible to beat your genes and not have to go on blood pressure meds.

Absolutely what genetics are your genes they are a predisposition your genes give you a certain resistance it gives you a certain capacity to adapt and and cope and it's life isn't fair some people start up here and they can do anything they want and not get a symptom in their lifetime and other people start down here that's their family inheritance but that's just how much resistance you have it doesn't mean you have to develop the disease or a symptom because as long as your stressors stay lower then you can still have have a healthy lifestyle so for example so all all the things that we talked about here are absolutely applicable no.

Matter how many people in your family habit they talk about a breast cancer gene for example so they say oh this is the worst breast cancer gene if you have this breast cancer gene then you have a 30% risk of developing breast cancer in your lifetime so this gene causes breast cancer no it doesn't because 78% of the people don't get the breast cancer but they don't study what those people are doing different okay you have a predisposition with a gene but you still need in order to get the cancer you need a promoter and a trigger you still need that stress that toxicity to trigger those those beings so all the things we talked about if you keep if you help the body these stress and detox and you.

Improve the nutrition and the body's ability to cope then you can you can have just about any gene makeup and not develop those diseases krill oil is it good and krill oil it's there are two ways to answer that the first is that krill oil is really expensive and even if it is a good product it isn't necessarily the most economical way to get your fish oil I suggest you eat as much clean fish as you can and then you supplement with a good quality omega-3 fish oil supplements krill oil has some some good properties but it is very expensive and the dosages are typically very low another way of looking at that is that krill is usually the food of whales and they filter it through their.

Filters that they have in the mouth and it's not typically humans don't encounter a lot of krill in their environment so it's not to say that it's a bad food but it's also not in our general in our historical inheritance can the cellphone cause impotence from being in the pocket so I don't want to say yes or no to that but we have to understand that anything can cause anything and stress is cumulative stress can be chemical structural or emotional and every little bit every item of stress accumulates and adds on top of every other form of stress so I wouldn't say that oh well that's the cause but it is certainly a possible component of the stress that.

Interferes with the body look at more some more than videos and look at the bigger picture but certainly I would not keep my phone in the pocket more than I have to and if I have to I would put a electromagnetic chip to neutralize as much as possible of that radiation all right so did you guys have any questions Oh low blood pressure that's a good question we hinted a little bit about that and it's not as big of a deal because there's so many people that have high blood pressure that all the focus is on that low blood pressure mostly is an issue for people with adrenal fatigue and it's called orthostatic hypotension that means when you're laying down the.

Blood pressure is easy to maintain but then as soon as you stand up and like we said all the blood rushes to your feet the body can't respond fast enough because the adrenals have to make adrenaline which is a vasoconstrictor to squeeze the blood vessels tight to kind of push the blood up into the brain and if the adrenals are tired they can't react fast enough and those people get dizzy and lightheaded and sometimes even faint when they try to stand up so that's the most common problem of a low blood pressure and that has to do with adrenal fatigue and adrenal fatigue is rampant because of how much stress we have however we find in this office based on.

The testing that we do that it's almost always secondary to something else I used to find adrenal fatigue on just about everybody I checked it and I still do but by the time we handle things in a certain priority then something else takes care of it first yes so that's that's on the low side and there are some nutrients from standard process that can help I can't remember offhand but it's in the cataplexy Riis some of those support the sympathetic and some support the parasympathetic so get get back to me on that it is not an emergency because it's something that develops over years and years it is something that you want to address because the.

Extreme form of it is called Addison's disease and that is when your adrenals failed completely and that is one of the worst things that that you can have so you want to look into someone in this office we use nutrition response testing in general you want to look into things that can support the adrenals but also do a lot of relaxation training and meditation and things like that to just kind of lower the stress as part of your lifestyle standard process has three supplements that work really hard renals its desiccated adrenal Drennen min and drain atrophic and some will need to test you to figure out which one would be right for you but again that may only be a little bit of a.

Patch on the problem if there's something else at a deeper level you have to read the package and you never want to eat anything farmed because they feed it's the absolute worst garbage they can find and still make the fish grow so whatever you eat whether it's a fish or chicken or or an egg or a piece of meat it has to come from an animal that had a healthy life otherwise it's not healthy for you very good thank you so much for coming if you have questions if you'd like to check out some more things specifically like your shoulder we'll be happy to do that for you since you're so acute if you can make it in every day for yeah for the rest of the week and that should be fine yeah okay.

Yeah just check with with the front desk okay thank you thank you all right no I only look young and then after that all right thank you so much we're happy that some of the YouTube people made it also and we look forward to next time thank you
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