Lesson 5: Training Webinar - Step 1 - Slashing Inflammation
In this webinar, we will Review Case Studies to give you a better understanding of how your clients and patients will respond to Step 1 differently. You will learn how to address the whole person in terms of the option of engaging an advanced Phase I and II liver detoxification prior to the pathogen purge, while supporting the adrenals and thyroid along the way. Many questions will be answered.
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Additional links to things we discussed:
- Intermittent Fasting Pros and Cons
- Goodonya Hydrate replacement for those who can’t drink coconut water to stay better hydrated
- Magnesium Show
- Conventional vs. Natural Wine Choices
- Kidney Cleansing Cocktail
- Pharma Gaba, L-theanine, and(only if Gaba and Theanine are not enough) Indian Valerian root instead of Ambien. Note, valerian root should not be administered more than 21 days in a row so as not to elevate liver enzymes.
Links from Jack on Saturated Fat:
Saturated Fats are Good for You
Saturated fats have been linked with heart disease mortality, but the real villain is trans fat from margarine and vegetable oils.
Dutch Study Says Saturated Fats Are Not a Problem
A Dutch study claims that dietary saturated fats, which are said to cause heart disease, are actually good for your health.
Dietary Fats: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Fats are an essential part of your diet, but not all fats are created equal; to know if you're eating healthy fat, Dr. Cate Shanahan answers this question.
CBS Sings the Praises of Saturated Fat
Find out why saturated fat from animal and vegetable sources is healthy and is not the main cause of heart disease.
Saturated Fats Have No Link to Heart Disease
Saturated fat has been wrongfully blamed for causing heart disease in decades, but over 70 published studies overwhelmingly dispute this.
Will 2015 Dietary Guidelines Reverse Foolish Fat Phobia?
The latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans removes warnings about dietary cholesterol and eliminates the upper limit on total fat.
Maintain Your Optimal Weight with a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet
Those who want to lose weight and prevent obesity can try many options, such as going on a low-carb, high-fat diet, which can help achieve weight loss.
7 Reasons to Eat More Saturated Fat
Is it time to start fortifying your diet with plenty of butter, red meat and full-fat cheese?
- Watch the Step 1 training webinar