Deep Healing at a genetic level
Methylation is the biological process of converting vitamins, minerals and enzymes from your food into nutrients, hormones, neurotransmitters, etc… needed for life. This happens by combining one carbon and three hydrogens to produce a methyl group which then initiates the conversion inside your cells where your DNA is stored. Because this process happens inside the cell, cellular health is vital for optimal methylation.
Your body is made up over 30 trillion cells that carry your genetics and are responsible for keeping you healthy. Your cell membrane is a fluid outer shell that allows the good nutrients in and the toxic substances out. When the health of your membranes encounters interference, the shell becomes rigid and breaks down which prevents the synergistic ebb and flow of necessary nutrients needed for methylation.
The 7 Interferences
There are a number of factors that interfere with optimal methylation but we’ve narrowed it down to 7 categories; Structural Misalignment, Electrical Pollution, Nutrition, Allergies and Sensitivities, Emotional Stress, Toxins and Genetics. Our protocol is designed to identify which of these interference’s are the root cause of your concerns and build your wellness program to assist the body in removing them in order to return to a state of balance.
We believe the power that made the body also has the ability to heal the body when it is in a state of balance. However, due to environmental and lifestyle factors, this innate ability to heal becomes impeded by a number of interference's. We believe that by identifying and removing your personal interference(s) to health, we can return the body to a state of balance wherein the power that made your body, can heal your body.
Dr. Randy Roberts, DC
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