In Episode #125 Ari sits down with Wendy Myers of LiveTo110.com. During their discussion, Ari and Wendy chat about the importance of intelligent diet, the dangers of bodily pollutants and the magic behind hair-mineral analysis.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
21:03 – Introduction of Wendy Meyers 21:15 – Today’s topic?—Hair-Mineral analysis 21:27 – Wendy defines what hair-mineral analysis is and why she started LiveTo110.com 23:00 – The inch of hair closest to the scalp can provide a snapshot of your health for the past 3 months 23:34 – What can we see from a hair-mineral analysis? 23:41 – Metabolic rate 23:54 – Thyroid and adrenal function 23:57 – Immune system 25:00 – Wendy walks through the results of Ari’s hair-mineral test 25:25 – Magnesium is lost very quickly in those with fast-metabolisms 28:20 – Anyone who is under even the most moderate amounts of stress is subject to adrenal fatigue 28:51 – Adrenal fatigue causes a deregulation of copper 31:40 – Zinc and copper are instrumental in the proper function of the auto-immune system 35:30 – Wendy talks about the presence of heavy metals within the body 38:00 – To push heavy metals out of your body, you need to mineralize your body 38:55 – Mercury—fish and dental fillings 41:19 – Cadmium—cigarettes and marijuana are the two main sources 42:52 – Lead—Tap water, cigarette smoke, paints, inks, glazes, etc. 44:28 – Additional elements and trace minerals 45:05 – Tin—Tin cans, water, industrial dumping 45:24 – Rubidium—A mineral in vegetables, spring water, etc. 47:30 – The Mineral Power Program and how it works 49:40 – Coffee is the #1 source of anti-oxidants for Americans 49:50 – Portable infrared saunas 52:02 – Wendy’s Top 3 Tips for Being More Effective 52:15 – Focus on your diet and identify food sensitivities 52:48 – Pay Attention to detox 53:35 – Get your sleep, at least 8 hours a night 54:17 – LiveTo110.com and MineralPower.com 7 Key Points:
The inch of hair closest to the scalp is a snapshot of overall health of the past 3-4 months. Hair mineral analysis can provide insight into a number of health markers including adrenal function and immune health. Stress plays a huge role in mineral loss and adrenal fatigue. To purge heavy metals like mercury and cadmium from the body, mineralization of the body is key. Coffee is the #1 anti-oxidant consumed by Americans. Heavy metals can enter the body from the most unlikely sources including “clean” drinking water, dental fillings and vegetables. Getting adequate sleep is essential to successful detoxification.
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