Assess your Health
Do you have recurring allergic responses, toxic symptoms, infections or inflammation in your respiratory, gastrointestinal or urogenital tracts (see Surprising Suspects)? Do you have chronic joint inflammation and extended skin healing times? Do any of your metabolizing organs function sub-optimally, for example, your thyroid? Do you experience regular headaches, mild nausea, fatigue, dizziness, brain fog, depression, hyperactivity or anxiety?
If so, these may be clues that disjunctive mucosa is allowing harmful elements into the body and perhaps worsening conditions you may already have, such as an immune system disease.
Tx Genetic has a detailed Wellness Questionnaire covering specific symptoms that can, in a 3-4 hour conversation, help identify problems with toxicity and mucosa degradation. It also considers current health issues and lifestyle choices that affect your ability to benefit from nutritional supplementation.
Tx Genetic as well has a proprietary database of 1,200+ genes that can point to potential areas of genetic involvement in these health issues. Using your variant call format data file from a genetic testing company, Tx Genetic can compare your genetic profile with the database of known problematic genetic mutations for soft tissue production and food and environmental chemical metabolism.
Enjoy Targeted Nutritional Supplementation
Certain vitamins, minerals and biochemicals are needed by the body to produce the loose connective tissue that holds epithelial mucosa together. If someone has...
1) certain genetic mutations causing tissue-building enzymes to under-perform and/or
2) certain mutations causing tissue-degrading enzymes to over-perform and/or
3) there is an inability to biotransform certain chemicals in fruits & vegetables and/or
4) there is a deficiency of certain biochemical co-factors like vitamins or minerals...
... Tx Genetic's research suggests that soft tissue will degrade faster than it can be replaced (see Nutritional Study Results).
However, it is possible, depending upon genetic heritage, to increase epithelial mucosa production, and to maintain a healthful level of production, by providing the body with a constant supply of necessary tissue-building nutrients.
Enjoy a Healing Diet
Soft tissue heals best in a pH-neutral environment that is not challenged by foods and beverages that are too acidic or too alkaline, too sugary or too fatty.
The majority of people do not consider fruits and vegetables to be problematic-- in fact, they have many important roles in protecting the body from oxidation and disease -- but Tx Genetic's ground-breaking original research identified additional fruit and vegetable chemicals beyond salicylate that can create toxicity, and the likely genetic mutations contributing to this.
By decreasing the intake of these chemicals, either temporarily or -- in the case of actual genetic mutations -- permanently, soft tissue healing is advanced and maintained.
Helen C Harrison, M.A.
Consultant, Educator, Researcher
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