Oxidation diets with a Hair Analysis Kit

Posted by Eileen Durfee on 11th Apr 2016

One of the helpful pieces of information, a Hair Analysis Kit, can reveal is your body’s oxidation rate. The oxidation, or metabolic, rate represents how fast or slow your body releases energy. One of the main goals of a Nutritional Balancing program, which is guided by a hair analysis kit, is to balance the body’s oxidation rate for optimal health.

Diet recommendations come as part of a customized Nutritional Balancing program in order to help guide each person in the best possible direction for their health. Some diet criteria, such as 70% cooked vegetables and 0% simple carbs and chemicalized foods, is beneficial to everyone regardless of what their oxidation type is. However, other aspects of the diet are based solely on the oxidation level.

Fast oxidizers are those who have excessive thyroid and adrenal gland activity. The state of fast oxidization is also considered the alarm stage of stress. Consuming a diet that is high in fat and low in carbs is recommended for fast oxidizers.

In contrast, slow oxidizers have low thyroid and adrenal gland activity. These glands need sufficient nutrients in order to function well. The state of slow oxidization is also known as an exhaustion stage of stress. Consuming a diet low in fat and carbs is recommended for slow oxidizers. The carbs they do eat should include whole grains and starchy vegetables.

The purchase of a Hair Analysis Kit can inform you of your body’s oxidation type. The Nutritional Balancing program that comes with the program will then provide diet recommendations based on that oxidation rate. These diet guidelines, combined with the supplement and detoxification procedures, all work together to most effectively enhance your health. Take the first step to improved health with a Nutritional Balancing Program guided by a Hair Analysis kit!

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