We can help you to regulate many internal
systems by suggesting nutritional supplements such as trace
minerals, B-vitamins, or detoxifiers. In this way we can facilitate
the synthesis of some of the internally generated substances that
you need, and clear away toxic interference.
As an example, below is a description
of how we are able to facilitate a few of the neurotransmitters in your
brain that regulate your mood and your clarity of thought.
Dopamine is the neurotransmitter that retrieves
memory, and modifies and refines the accuracy of muscle movement.
If your supply is less than optimal, it might mean that your folic
acid is not converting to the usable form, because that is required
for the amino acid phenylalanine to turn into tyrosine. From there, tyrosine can turn into dopamine.
If dopamine reads as excessive due to high copper, we would
suggest increasing the zinc intake, or if necesary chnging the reason for its lack of absorption, since higher zinc drives down the copper. Then the dopamine should be stabilized.
Serotonin will be in short supply when there is
a catch in the tryptophan cascade. If so, we might
need to suggest the trace mineral rubidium, suggest a little sunshine, and perhaps release a toxin. This will give you 5-hydroxytryptophan, 5-HTP.
After making 5-hydroxytryptophan the next thing to do is check for milk allergy.This is where the milk allergy intervenes, and keeps 5-HTP from turning into serotonin. Releasing the milk allergy allows serotonin to be made. Once that happens, anti-depressents would no longer be needed.
On the other hand, the serotonin may really be present, but unable
to enter the receptor sites. This would not be due to a milk allergy, but an invasive attachment by
fluoride. Your body-consciousness would request
DMAE to detoxify the fluoride, and you'd be home free and feeling fine.
These two rather simple changes could free the serotonin so that your depression
could lift, and you could feel more optimistic and enthusiastic.
When your glutamine pathway is interrupted, the
availability of GABA is diminished. The effect
of low GABA is to make you feel hyperactive and restless.
We would ask your body if it needed the trace mineral germanium.
You might need to resolve an oat allergy, and/or release
fluoride residue, to allow an easy transition from
glutamine to glutamate, and then it could go on to create GABA.
If the glutamate reads too high, it could be due to the presence
of monosodium glutamate. If so, we would offer N-acetyl cysteine
to detoxify it. Detoxifying MSG can have other benefits. It often relieves migraines, as well as asthma, and allows acetylcholine (the major transmitter for memory and thinking and speaking,) to function optimally in your brain.
High glutamate could also be due to the diminished ability to convert it into GABA, and this might really prove to be just a shortage of germanium. Whatever the solution may be, lowering glutamate to the normal level will let you feel more relaxed and clear-headed.
Threonine is the amino acid that can't proceed
down its cascade if you have a soy allergy. Soy allergy creates
metabolic errors that are not visible, so you wouldn't be aware
of it, but a metabolite produced by a soy allergy is what prevents threonine from creating glycine and serine.This happens even if you don't eat soy. It is a metabolic error that reflects an emotional decision. Often it is symbollic of not begin able to speak up, or fear present yourself effectively. "Yo SOY!" means I'm here, I'm visible, and I'm speaking up!
Resolving a soy allergy opens up the availability of Glycine, the
neurotransmitter that calms excessive transmission through the spinal
cord. This reduces cramping of the muscles.
Glycine synthesizes Serine, and the task of Serine is to protect
you from arterial damage by reducing high levels of homocysteine.
Serine, with phosphorylated B-6 as a cofactor, is able to move homocysteine forward to the next compound, known as cystathionine.
Without available Serine, then homocysteine accumulates. It is safe at low levels but becomes toxic at higher concentrations, injuring the linings of the arteries. These tiny injuries draw platelets in, in order to repair them. Unfortunately, platelets attract cholesterol. Then calcium slides by, clings to the cholesterol, and arterial plaque builds up.
The remedy to suggest for that would be either Arginine or Citrulline, so test for which would be better for your client. Either one can create NO, nitrous oxide, which clears out the arteries and eliminates the plaque.
Methionine is an amino acid that goes down quite a complex
cascade. Unless you have a wheat or a meat allergy, methionine leads
to the synthesis of homocysteine. From there, Serine takes the cascade to the very useful amino acid, Cysteine.
From cysteine, with a trace of
vanadium, you can make Taurine.
Taurine is an essential neurotransmitter for regulating your heart beat. This often helps resolve arhythmia and bradycardia, and you should also check for potassium availablility along with it. Taurine needs to be present in the
limbic brain, to sharpen your ability to focus selectively, and minimize awareness of extraneous impressions. When
children experience a moderate shortage of Taurine, they are diagnosed with ADD, ad it is icredibly easy to fix. A very serious shortage of Taurine causes epileptic seizures.
After we open up these metabolic pathways vibrationally, your biofield will translate that information into physical form.. Your physical body downloads vibrational changes
so that you can create all these molecules yourself,
in just the amount you need.
Below you can see diagrams of the above-mentioned molecules, as they follow down their path from the amino acids that they are
derived from. Left to right, tryptophan goes to serotonin, tyrosine
goes to dopamine, and acetylcholine (not derived from an amino acid)
is on the next line. Glutamate goes into GABA, threonine gives us
glycine, and cysteine creates taurine.
I regard these beautiful little structures as miniature sculptures, and find them a delightful way to become acquainted with the tiny structures that make all the biochemical verbage come to life. As you work with them you can consider these diagrams as portraits of your biochemically visible friends.