Archive for the ‘Nutrition’ Category
The holiday season was a busy one for Dr Dennis and Dr Terri of the Sentient Temple. While taking time to spend with family, they also spent the season taking advanced course work in the field of specialized nutrition. Their specialized testing method can pinpoint health issues that can remain undetected by conventional medicine. This has catapulted their healing capabilities to an even greater extent.They can help those diagnosed with diseases such as Cancer, Mesothelioma, HIV, Herpes, Recluse Spider bites, Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Back Pain, Migraines, Lupus, ADHD, Autism, Bi-Polar, Addictions, Infertility, emotional disorders, allergies and so many other health issues. See if you are a candidate for our specialized nutrition program. Call the Sentient Temple at 727-323-2793 for an appointment. For more information go to FAQ, and the drop down menu, to read about Nutrition Response Testing.
How we got our Autistic son off his ADHD rx and to even sleep all night long.
Our story has been a long road filled with mostly downs until March of 2016. I have been seeing Dr. Dennis and Dr. Terri for my own health for a while, but I’m also a Student Sentient Temple. So when our circumstances changed, I knew my first stop for our son was to the Temple. Our son, Aidan, who was 10 at the time, was born with many medical issues, such as Mitochondrial disease, Autism, Seizures, ADHD, Hypotonia and Vertigo to name a few. I had just wrapped up Aidan’s IEP with his school and learned that because he showed no interest in learning and because the teachers said he could not sit down for more than a few seconds at a time to learn, that his new school will no longer be teaching him an education, he will learn only trade work. I made an appointment Sentient Temple and saw them the first day of spring break. Aidan was the Tasmanian devil on speed when I brought him in. Aidan Read the rest of this entry »
Linus Pauling has been quoted that all of our modern diseases can be attributed to a mineral deficiency. Though he is best known for Vitamin C, his statement is regarding elemental minerals. Most researchers say that bio-available sulfur is one of the most important of the trace minerals, anywhere from 4th to 6th most important. Some research reports suggest about 1% of our body weight should be sulfur (as it is contained in amino acids and body cells).
Organic Sulfur is not a supplement, a vitamin or a nutrient. The Organic Sulfur, available through the West Coast Organic Sulfur Study is actually food. It is a crucial component of a healthy diet. The Organic Sulfur we carry is through the West Coast Sulfur Study, and is under our own label.
Cellular regeneration appears to be closely linked with our body’s ability to transport oxygen across the cell membrane. A study of the periodic table shows sulfur, selenium, and tellurium are the only oxygen transport minerals. Facilitating oxygen transport at the cellular level, meaning across the cell membrane, is a primary function of bio-available organic sulfur, and another is it is essential for the creation of amino acids. In mammals these are crucial for health.
It is important to note that plants can store the sulfur they need, while living animals (people) cannot. We must consume sufficient quantities of organic sulfur on a daily basis. Read the rest of this entry »
Did an apple falling off a tree really lead to Sir Isaac Newton coming up with the theory of gravity? Was the longest-lived apple tree really 219 years old (apple trees rarely live longer than 80 years)? Three hundred plus years later, no one really knows whether these apple assertions are fact or fiction. One thing we do know, though, is that an apple a day really does keep the doctor away. Really.
According to a recent study published in the journal BioMed Central, apples are great for the digestive system, as they unleash an array of beneficial bacteria that spread and attach to the body’s intestinal wall after consumption. The study’s lead author and researcher, Dr. Tine Rask Licht , says that the beneficial bacteria of apples provides “ideal conditions for ensuring a beneficial balance of microorganisms”. This is the very latest research about a fruit that seems to provide a bountiful harvest of benefits, bacterial and otherwise. For example, a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry in 2008 found that apple skins are rich in the compound triterpenoid. Triterpenoids have been shown to prevent the growth of cancer cells. This is music to the ears of cancer specialists and oncologists, but dentists and hygienists can’t get enough of apples either. That’s because they’re viewed as “nature’s toothbrush,” as the juice in apples shield the teeth from damage and massage the gums (i.e. the juice has what’s called an “astringent” effect). Read the rest of this entry »
Contrary to the stubborn myth, eating eggs decreases heart disease risk rather than increases it. Yolks in particular are high in choline, an important nutrient for reducing the inflammation that leads to heart disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and osteoporosis. Unfortunately, Iowa State University researchers have found that more than 90% of Americans are choline deficient. To boost your intake, consider these simple ways to eat more organic eggs – one of the cheapest sources of high-quality animal protein available. Read the rest of this entry »