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Stephen Heuer

Naturopath

Topics: How to Gain Muscle and Support Fat Loss with Whey Protein, Meridian Stress Assessment, Homeopathy

Stephen Heuer is the founder of Synergistic Nutrition. In 1990 he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree as a Nutripath, which was a Nutritional Correspondence course, much like the Naturopathic Doctor correspondence courses, just a slightly different name. He has done Live Cell Therapy, Ozone Therapy, Psychic Surgery, Visited John of God In Brazil, and Magnetic Therapy in England and many other therapies. Over these 20 years in practice his clients have improved or recovered from many conditions including; chronic fatigue, cancer, psoriasis, chronic constipation, kidney failure, adrenal fatigue, Liver problems, gallstones, depression, reproductive health, dysbiosis of the intestines, acne, skin conditions, sleeping problems, arthritis, osteoporosis, herniated or thinned discs, reproductive deficiency, menstrual cramps, memory and focus problems, mercury poisoning, autism, hyper and hypo Thyroid, gray hair, vision improvement and much more. Stephen has been in full time private practice for 20 years.

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stephen heuer on protein, fats and muscles and more, january 23, 2017



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'Stephen Heuer – How to Gain Muscle and Support Fat Loss with Whey Protein; Meridian Stress Assessment; Homeopathy – January 23, 2017' have 3 comments

  1. January 24, 2017 @ 12:23 pm Matt Whitacre

    I find it ironic that I found out about the “Medical Medium” Anthony William through a show with Stephen and that Anthony (and “Source”) recommends not ever consuming Whey Protein, which Stephen highly promotes. Anthony’s book states “Although whey is a popular protein source right now, few people are aware of the fact that whey protein contains glutamic acid which is a form of MSG. Regardless of advertisements declaring the cleanliness of a specific brand, all whey protein acquires glutamic acid during the product’s development process.” The book goes on to say that whey protein can be antagonistic to the body and can feed viruses.
    Also on the list of foods that really don’t help the body include Apple Cider Vinegar, Eggs, and Fermented Foods! Who knew?!

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    • January 29, 2017 @ 9:48 am MaGooks

      He full of it.
      Medical “medium” getting his info from spirits antagonistic to humans?
      Liars?

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  2. January 25, 2017 @ 8:25 pm James

    I agree Matt. Whey is not good for everybody, but some people do really well with it. I have Type A blood, and whey is terrible with me. My wife, who is type O, just loves it and does great with it. Of all the diets that actually work, the Blood Type diet is the only one I’ve seen that is successful with most people. You still have to eat exactly what your taste buds and olfactory receptors are calling for; they help balance you out. This comes down to really getting in touch with yourself, which is a skill that was lost when we were children.

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