THE MORNING SHOW
Lawrence Wilson, MD
Nutritional Balancing Science
Nutritional Balancing is a newer method of healing that is a synthesis of many modern and ancient healing sciences. In many cases, it is able to cause healing at very deep levels by delicately balancing the body chemistry and increasing the body’s adaptive energy level.
Nutritional balancing requires a specific set of components or facets. These include a specific diet for your metabolic type, the proper type and amount of drinking water, and about eight carefully targeted nutritional supplements.
The program also includes several detoxification procedures such as coffee enemas and the use of a near infrared lamp sauna, but not other types of saunas. Other optional modalities include foot or hand reflexology, a spinal corrective procedure, and a powerful mental exercise that moves energy downward from the head to the feet.
Dr. Paul Eck established the basic principles of nutritional balancing about 45 years ago. I have maintained these intact, and just added to his work. Many others have altered his principles, which I find does not work as well.
When combined properly, the components of a nutritional balancing program have a profound healing effect that helps with most symptoms and conditions, both physical and mental or emotional. If any of the components are ignored, altered, or other things added, the system is not as effective and alterations can negate many of its benefits.
-Dr. Wilson addresses different diets and explains why some leave the body overly Yin
-Blue corn: A great food. Why?
-Hair testing, when done properly, reveals so much
-Chinese herbs and why Dr. Wilson doesn’t like them
-TMG to eliminate toxins
-Mental illness, brain fog and mercury
-If you’re going to eat fish, eat sardines. Leave those other fishes alone
-Getting minerals from cooked foods
-Why most people are overly Yin
-Centering the body with eggs and grass fed meat
-A high copper personality. Patrick is one, but what does it mean?
-The best ways to detox mercury
-Getting enough iodine from kelp and sea salt
-What’s the problem with chlorella?
-The one food group that works well raw
and so much more!
dr lawrence m.d, nutritional balancing starts with hair analysis, april 15, 2013