infertility, autism, epigenetics, easter, resurrection

Resurrection is Possible

It’s happened before. In all of us.

Remember when you thought there was no hope, and then eventually it just got better, over time?

Resurrection.

Your vision was lost, your sails were torn and then new direction, new wind.

Resurrection.

Even if you don’t believe what I believe we can still agree.

Resurrection makes all the difference in us.

This is why I love Easter.

I love Easter because it’s about renewal, rebirth and the chance for new life.

I know new life is possible because I see it every day in my clients.

I get a front row seat to a resurrection in their life.

I also experienced my own resurrection after overcoming years of severe depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and a nasty eating disorder.

Food was a huge part of my own resurrecting.

It’s why I started all of this. So you can find what I have found.

I believe in Y(O)UR resurrection.

I also believe, big statement here…

Autism and infertility can be healed.

I said it.

Autism can be healed. Infertility can be made new.

Now it may seem like these are two separate issues, but they are actually intimately connected.

Why?

Because nutrient deficiencies in parents-to-be alter gene programming during pregnancy, resulting in lifelong vulnerability to high oxidative stresses, as is the case with autism and the other disorders I work with: OCD, AD(H)D, Eating Disorders, and Depression/Anxiety.

It’s no coincidence that autism and infertility rates are at an all-time high. In fact, when I look at the data, it’s clear there is a parallel link proving our genes are being influenced by the environment in which we live. This is called epigenetics.

I wrote a booklet on it here. If you are a part of my Eat for Life Academy, it’s a special bonus book you only get when you are a member, along with my five biotype cookbooks and monthly webinars. But you need to know what epigenetics is.

In fact, join me on the webinar and I’ll give you the crash course.

These factors are impacting our mental and emotional capacity, as well as our ability to effectively parent our children.

There are always clues in every family that deviant genes have been switched on.

What are the clues?

First.
These clues could be a clear pattern of depression, alcoholism, anxiety, miscarriage, OCD and an inability to concentrate. If you have a parent or sibling who has committed suicide, or is schizophrenic or has bipolar disorder, this is also a clue that biochemical imbalances run in your family.

Second.
Another issue I see is a clear line of autoimmune disorders such as celiac and Hashimoto’s disease.

Again, an epigenetic phenomenon.

Why is everyone suddenly gluten free?

Because epigenetics is like a freight train and unless you know how to stop a train it eventually is going to derail.

Lastly.
Zinc.

Zinc is like one set of breaks on that train.

In fact, parents that are zinc deficient have a very high likelihood of miscarriage because zinc is a critical factor in pre and postnatal development. And zinc deficiency can be passed from parent to child leading to many of the disorders I work with.

Today, infertility is treated with hormones, fertility drugs, and surgery.

But what if infertility is a nutrient deficiency problem that’s impacting gene expression, that in turn is altering hormone production?

Is it all connected?

I think so.

This is a very different way of looking at infertility because what we’re doing is creating healthy parents prior to conception, that in turn produce healthy, thriving children.

But so is the resurrection.

It’s a very different way of looking at life, death and the fact that it’s not over.

That resurrection is possible.

I know this is true because I know the science, yes, but I’ve seen it in people like you, and people like me.

This is the power of resurrection, the power of nutrient and dietary therapy.

The power of nutrients and their ability to penetrate the nucleus of the cell, which is where all our instructions are made.

Revives the blueprint. Gives us new ink.

I encourage you to think about what you’re eating and if you are already a parent, what you’re feeding your children.

Is it real food that’s been grown in nutrient-rich soil or does it come from a box or fast food restaurant? You don’t have to break the bank to eat healthily. Not everything has to be organic.

Here’s how you can begin your own resurrection:
  1. If you’d like to work with me one one one for support, guidance, and to have me take the guesswork out of it all for you, click here.
  2. Not sure what nutrient imbalance you or your loved one is suffering from? Take my free, extensive and brief Life Assessment here to help jumpstart your Eat for Life journey.
  3. Looking for community support along with access to all of my biotype cookbooks, bonus materials, and monthly webinars for only $100 per year? Then click this link.

Resurrection is Possible. Let’s join together to resurrect our world.

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