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The Fatigue Recovery System

The Fatigue Recovery System is 11 learning modules, plus 3 bonus modules. The entire program is audio since we are all busy people with limited time to sit in front of a computer. Following each module there are action tasks associated with it to foster lifestyle changes as you progress through the program. Modules topics included are diet changes, hydration, opening drainage pathways to remove toxins, stress management, brain retraining as well as how to take care of your nervous system, movement, sleep, supplements, and bonus modules on toxins, specifically mold. 
 

Weekly Coaching

Weekly we meet as a group over Zoom to discuss program progress, questions, concerns, and to seek guidance. All group coaching calls are recorded and archived. 

Includes HTMA and 1:1 Consult

The HTMA is a great tool to asses mineral status (the sparkplugs of life) and heavy metal exposure. This lab is included in the FRS as well as a 45 minute 1:1 consult with me to go over the results!

Community Support

When I was at my sickest, I was lonely. I didn't have anyone that understood how tired I really was. Having a commmunity would have changed that for me so I made sure to incorporate this into the Fatigue Recovery System through a private Facebook group.

Lifetime Access to Modules

Once you have signed up you will never lose access to the audio portion of the program. We are constantly working to improve the information provided and want you to have lifetime access to it.  

If you’d like more information about my offerings, get in touch today.

I work with clients to help them uncover hidden stress by using functional labs. Listed below are labs offered. This list by no means is exhaustive, but more of the most popular ones purchased, such as OAT (Organic Acid Test), DUTCH (assesses sex and adrenal hormones), HTMA (Hair, Tissue, Mineral Analysis), GI MAP (stool test), functional blood chemistry (looking at your bloodwork through a functional lens), MyMyco Lab to look at mycotoxin exposure, and so many more.

FUNCTIONAL LABS LOOK AT:

Mold exposure and colonization 
Detoxification capabilites
Hormone imbalances
HPA Axis Dysfunction (Adrenal fatigue)

Mineral and heavy metal status
Mitochondrial function
Candida, gut pathogens and dysbiois (Leaky gut)
Micronutrients (minerals, vitamins)
Food Sensitivities, and more

ORGANIC ACIDS TEST (OAT)

The Organic Acids Test (OAT) is a nutritional and metabolic profile by Great Plains Labs (GPL). It offers a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of a patient’s overall health with 76 markers.  It provides an accurate evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria.  Abnormally high levels of these microorganisms can cause or worsen behavior disorders, hyperactivity, movement disorders, fatigue, and immune function. Many people with chronic illnesses and neurological disorders often excrete several abnormal organic acids in their urine. The cause of these high levels could include oral antibiotic use, high sugar diets, immune deficiencies, acquired infections, as well as genetic factors.
Organic Acids Test also includes markers for vitamin and mineral levels, oxidative stress, neurotransmitter levels, and is the only OAT to include markers for oxalates, which are highly correlated with many chronic illnesses.

GI-MAP PATHOGEN STOOL TEST

Our GI tract contains an entire microbial ecosystem, called the “microbiome.” This ecosystem is crucial to our health and any imbalances of the microbiome can result in inflammation, impaired immunity, digestive dysfunction, hormone imbalances, alterations in mood, as well as impaired metabolism. Our gut contains both “good” and “bad” bacteria at any given time. This stool analysis test is used to assess the balance between the populations of beneficial and pathogenic bacteria within our digestive tract. This test evaluates the presence of a variety of microorganisms including bacteria, parasites, viruses, as well as yeast. This is a stool test.

FOOD SENSITIVITY TESTING

I offer two different food sensitivity tests: MRT and the IgG test DBS (dried blood stain) from Great Plains Labs (GPL).
Food sensitivities can be correlated to a variety of health conditions, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Crohn’s Disease, Eczema, Autoimmune conditions, as well as many others. The proper identification of foods that trigger these immune responses and elimination of these foods, often results in the resolution of the symptoms. The GPL IgG DBS is finger prick test and the MRT is a blood draw. Both tests assess several common reactive foods, and are fundamental tools used to identify these trigger foods.

FUNCTIONAL BLOOD CHEMISTRY

Functional Blood Chemistry interpretation is examining common bloodwork through a functional lens. Instead of using the ranges on the test provided, I use functional lab ranges to uncover clues to hidden stressors contributing to your dis-ease and main complaints. It often provides direction on next steps.

ADRENAL & STRESS HORMONES PANEL

This is a 4-point saliva test that examines the level of hormones and cortisol at various times of the day. It also looks at melatonin, which is commonly known to be important for sleep, but also for gut health. Access Medical Labs Adrenal Profile evaluates Cortisol, DHEA, Estradiol, Testosterone, Melatonin, and 17-OH Progesterone levels which help in determining if you have or are at risk of adrenal fatigue. The Cortisol/DHEAS Saliva Test measures the levels of the stress hormones, DHEA, and cortisol and provides an evaluation of how cortisol levels differ throughout the day. This saliva hormone tests can uncover biochemical imbalances that can be underlying causes of such conditions as chronic stress, adrenal fatigue, anxiety, chronic fatigue, obesity, diabetes, depression, insomnia, and many other chronic conditions. The adrenal fatigue syndrome is a condition where your adrenal glands are fatigued. Once the adrenal glands are fatigued, your body will get lesser help from the glands. The glands will work much less effectively. One thing that glands will not do anymore is the production of cortisol. These hormones called cortisol are hormones that help your body cope with stress. These hormones are responsible for the body’s reaction to stress. It is what gives the body the options to “fight” or to take “flight”, away from stress. Too much of fighting stress will result to stressed adrenal glands. Once the glands are damaged, they will stop production of cortisol and this is bad. The body will have reduced protection from infections, and you will catch flu’s and other respiratory diseases faster. Other consequences and side effects will also occur. This panel is important to correlate states of dis-ease, fight/flight feelings, hormone levels, anxiety, and to identify healing opportunities.

MYCOTOX BY GREAT PLAINS LABS (GPL)

The GPL MycoTOX urine test currently measures 11 different mycotoxins from a wide variety of 13 mold types (genera) including Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium, Myrothecium, Stachybotrys, Bipolaris, Gibberella, Chaetomium, Trichoderma, Trichothecium, Cephalosporium, Verticimonosporium, and Monascus. Since each of these genera contain multiple species, the MycoTOX Profile is likely to detect hundreds of mold species. In addition, poisonous mushrooms also produce some of the same mycotoxins as the molds. This makes the MycoTOX Profile the most comprehensive test on the market, easy to administer, and is cost-effective.

HAIR, TISSUE, MINERAL ANALYSIS

The HTMA examines a person's mineral status of the last 3 months. Minerals are the spark plugs of life. This lab looks at minerals in comparision to one antoher to get a bird's eye view of a client's metabolic rate (helping dial in  what a person should eat), blood sugar levels, adrenal and thyroid functions, and more. The HTMA also examines heavy metal exposure. This is a great lab to start with. 

KRYPTOPYRROLE QUANTITATIVE URINE (KPU)

Kryptopyrrole Quantitative Urine (KPU) is a urine test that is associated with a deficiency of vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) and zinc. Clinical manifestations of KPU include: Symptoms Relating to Pyroluria Include: poor tolerance to physical / emotional stress, poor anger control, emotional mood swings, poor short-term memory, frequent infections, inability to tan, poor dream recall, abnormal fat distribution, and sensitivity to light and sound. Often such people have pale skin that easily burns, white flecks/marks on their nails, and stretch marks on their skin. They tire easily, are anemic, have poor dream recall, prefer not to eat breakfast, notice upper abdominal pain when stressed, and experience a stitch in their side if they run. Mental symptoms are aggravated when undergoing stress. In fact, pyrroluria flares up when the individual is undergoing prolonged stress, such as during a chronic and debilitating illness.

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