There is a critical connection between inherited genetic variations (DNA) to external triggers such as stress, viruses, food allergians and inflammation that cause a person’s immune response to turn on their own tissue.
Orland Park, IL (PRWEB) February 28, 2012
Inflammation is the leading internal risk factor that can trigger autoimmune disease to develop in areas of the body which are genetically weakened. Vital Health, Inc. can help clients: identify areas within the body that are showing signs of inflammation; educate them on what external risk factors can be eliminated to lower their risk of developing an autoimmune disease; and identify what supplements or vitamins are needed in order move the body back toward a level of health.
“Autoimmune disease is a complex group of diseases that tend to be difficult or impossible to cure. The physical, psychological and economic burden of these diseases is especially devastating because they often attack young adults. According to the American Autoimmune Related Disease Association, Inc. (http://www.aarda.org) 50 million people in America are living with Autoimmune disease. Autoimmune disease can target different parts of the body,” began Barbara Griffin, NMD, CNC, and director of Vital Health, Inc.
“There is a critical connection between inherited genetic variations (DNA) to external triggers such as stress, viruses, food allergians and inflammation that cause a person’s immune response to turn on their own tissue. Autoimmune disease is marked when the body becomes significantly inflamed. Vital Health, Inc. has the capabilities to identify where the body is showing signs of inflammation through the use of EAV, thus helping someone ward off developing a named autoimmune disease,” shared Dr. Griffin.
An autoimmune disease first develops when key digestive functions begin to breakdown. Stress weakens the body and the digestive tract where 70% of the immune function is controlled. Foods are not broken down and absorbed properly. The undigested food molecules which appear in the blood stream start the inflammation process and as the body weakens, it will begin to attack the body’s genetic weak spot. Through the EAV assessment, Dr. Griffin measures the body’s energetic system which will show which areas of the body are beginning to display signs of stress and inflammation. Often changes to the diet need to be made. Eliminating food allergens such as wheat and gluten are essential. Supporting the digestive system with enzyme therapy, probiotics, vitamins and supplements, as well as relaxation are all essential components in lowering the chance of developing an autoimmune disease.
Dr. Griffin concluded, “Vital Health, Inc. is focused on actively helping our clients strength and balance their immune system. We try and help our clients take proactive steps in improving their health and avoiding the complete onset of an autoimmune disease. Education is key, as well as empowering them to becoming their own personal health advocates.”
About Vital Health, Inc.:
At Vital Health, Inc. Dr. Griffin integrates a whole body approach with the intention of faciliting wellbeing and optimal amongst her clients. Dr. Griffin’s specialties include: traditional naturopathy, nutrition, EAV Meridian Stress Assessment, Food Sensitivity Screening, Environmental Screenings, Iridology, SKASYS, Live Blood Cell Analysis as well as established integrative therapies such as Neuroemotional Therapy, Neuromodulation Technique, Cold Laser Therapy, Emotional Stress Integration and Neuro-link Technique. In addition, Jade Derma Ray Lymphatic Massage and BioCleanse Foot Detox are also available at Vital Health, Inc. For more information please visit Vital Health’s website at http://www.vitalhealth.org.
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