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What Is Hypothyroidism

What Is Hypothyroidism?
Hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid, is one of the most common hormonal disturbances, affecting millions of people of both sexes and of all ages. As many as one in four people may suffer from some degree of hypothyroidism.

The thyroid gland controls the body's metabolic rate, and is sometimes called the "master of metabolism." It exerts control over many critical functions, including body temperature, digestive enzyme synthesis, hydrochloric acid production, fat and protein synthesis, and synthesis and activity of sex hormones and white blood cells.

Slight imbalances in thyroid function are common and can often be corrected by making simple dietary adjustments. However, some people find it necessary to supplement their diets with thyroid-boosting nutrients and/or to take some form of natural hormonal support.
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COFFEE ENEMA ESSENTIAL OIL BLEND helps to stimulate liver cell function, optimize gallbladder function, stimulate the pancreas, support wound healing, remove petrochemicals, and support lymph drainage. Overall this oil blend enhances the action of the coffee enema and will balance the strong purgative effects of the coffee with its regenerative healing properties.


COLON CLEANSE ESSENTIAL OIL BLEND is beneficial to your colon health as it supports the entire body toward optimal health. It is an excellent oil to use in your colon cleanse as it neutralizes toxins, feeds the healthy bacteria, and helps with bacterial, fungal, and viral infections. For every enema series, add the Colon Cleanse Essential Oil Blend to your second enema to improve your colon cleanse therapy.
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"I usually take my enema series on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and I take the weekend off. Come Monday morning, I say to myself, 'Oh my god. What did I eat??' I cannot believe the amount of waste we as humans carry around with us on a daily basis! Thank you for all that you do for us, Kristina."  ~ Gerry
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Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis Testing
The Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) is an invaluable screening tool which allows a correct program of diet and supplementation to be designed for each individual's specific needs. The three areas of measurement and analysis are:
  • Nutrient mineral/electrolyte levels in the body's tissues, including calcium, chromium, magnesium, selenium, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, nickel, iron, cobalt, copper, molybdenum, manganese, lithium, zinc, and boron
  • Toxic metal levels in the body's tissues, including lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, and aluminum
  • Significant mineral ratios, which help determine carbohydrate metabolism, thyroid function, levels of inflammation, adrenal reserves, copper toxicity, tissue breakdown, and calcium shell
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Kristina Amelong

A Peak into Memoir: An Interview with Kristina Amelong
Kristina Amelong is currently in the works of creating her first memoir. This interview was conducted by Ali Laseman to give you a wider perspective of Kristina as an artist and what you can expect with her upcoming publication.
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