Debra Bartz, MS, AADP, CHP, HMBA, TCM, Hormone Trained Specialist

Elite American Health Professionals

Debra BartzTitle: 1) Owner 2) Captain, Airbus 320

Company: 1) Learn Conquer Soar Coaching 2) United Airlines

Location: Clayton, CA

Clayton,CA, February 13, 2015, Hormone Trained Specialist Debra Bartz, MS, AADP, CHP, HMBA, TCM has been recognized by Elite American Physicians for dedication, achievements and leadership in holistic and integrative nutrition.

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Overcoming your Saboteur

insecurityEvery issue we have in life comes down to four areas we may feel we are lacking in and they are: whether we experience love or fear; having feelings of significance or insignificance in life’s situations; having feelings of security or insecurity; and about our belief structures or unhealthy control patterns. In the above stated feelings of lack, please think about a past experience which you regret in relation to the above areas. What possible benefit is there for you in holding onto any of these past feelings?

It is not all our fault! When we were a child under eight years old, we observed the behaviors of adults and mimicked them. We asked many questions as a child because we did not understand why we were supposed to do things in a certain way. That adult mindset we encountered as a child upset our natural way of learning. We absorbed all the habit behaviors of those who cared for us. As we started to formulate more understanding and comprehension after eight years old by going to school, we had to learn “what” to think instead of our natural and unique mindset of being creative and being in the present. We learned a lot of things that we thought would make us successful and to fit into the crowd.

If we did not continue to think and learn the way others expected us to be, we then realized we would be judged and possibly pushed out of a group we wanted to belong to. Some things like being a good citizen and obey laws are good things. However, the feelings of shame, judgement onto others, resistance, jealousy, and other negative type issues, we lose our choice to decide for ourselves what the best direction would be for our life’s goals. When we resist the “herd” mentality and to think differently, we find our ego will resist that change and it will try to take over your freedom to think as you did as a child. Your ego lives in the past and does not like change and will put up roadblocks to your natural mindset of success that we put away long ago.

If you want to be more productive and wealthy in whatever that means to you, you may need to wipe away the junk out of your mind so you can go towards your desires and put in its place another unique success mindset like you used when you learned to walk. Remember back when your parents saw you take your first step and how they reacted with joy. They knew they could not teach you all the movements it takes to walk. And once you did learn to walk, we did not have the adult fears of when we fell that we would get hurt. We just knew we had freedom to move about and to discover. Once our caretakers wanted to “protect” us by restricting our movements because they thought we might get hurt, etc., we learned their fearful nature and we felt controlled from exploring the small world we lived in. We continued to resist their fears until we learned for ourselves that when we fell and got hurt that we developed a sense that we should not do that particular activity again. This is just a simple example of how our ego learns to keep us safe from the past lessons we unconsciously learned from our caretakers and it may be time to get past the ego and to try to advance our minds to new goals and desires.

Do you want to let go of the past and stop living with regret from all the conditioning we had from the time we were eight and older? That can be accomplished by tossing away your resentments and regrets of your past which will increase your energy levels by at least 20 percent or more once you get past your ego driven state to “accepting what is” in the present state of being.

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The Heart of the Matter

heart diseaseHeart disease is the number one killer in America. Almost 12 million Americans use cholesterol medication to tackle it. Looking at a different way to treat heart disease, we have to overcome the need to go to a doctor and get a prescription for cholesterol. Cholesterol is not the problem. It is naturally made by the liver to heal tears in the arteries to keep the blood flowing or else we will bleed to death or not have enough blood pressure to nourish the heart muscle. Looking at a different way to treat heart disease, we have to look at the blood. You would not want to clean your dishes with muddy water, would you?

Most doctors still try to cure heart disease without clean blood. In most cases, heart disease isn’t caused by faulty arteries, but rather by problems in your blood. Up to 85 percent of heart attacks are caused by blood clots that broke away because of the coagulation, or lack of free flowing blood, due to inflammation. It is really infection and inflammation that causes heart attacks. You cannot treat infection and inflammation with surgery. That is why heart surgery patients don’t have significant reduction in heart attacks or cardiac-related deaths.

Treating inflammation can turn your blood cells into a disease cleansing arsenal. Taking three supplements, along with an anti-inflammatory diet, with no side effects include Wobenzym, Rutozym and zeolite.

Taking a daily supplement of Wobenzym is like taking aspirin, but with no side effects. Wobenzym is made from several enzymes found naturally in plants and animals. Aspirin hospitalizes about 76,000 people per year and kills another 16,500 people per year and can cause severe kidney problems and gastrointestinal problems. Chronic aspirin use often leads to bleeding and ulcers. Enzymes, such as with this particular supplement, are basically the motors that make chemical reactions go. You need them if you want to make anything happen in your body. Your entire metabolism depends on enzymes, as does almost every other physiological process.

Rutozym, the other enzyme first discovered in fermented tofu in Japan, dissolves away any hidden blood clots. It is more potent than the clot-busting intravenous drugs used in the hospital and it is completely safe. In lab tests under a microscope, this substance searches the blood and breaks down dangerous clots that your doctor may not even be able to find. It was developed by Dr. Karl Ransberger after a trip to Japan. He isolated the enzyme nattokinase, which is found in fermented soy cheese and added several other anti-inflammatory enzymes.

By taking these two enzymes simultaneously you decrease overall inflammation around the body, ensure that inflammatory responses are quick, targeted and maximally efficient, increases the strength of the blood vessels themselves and to remove plaque buildup. It is the plaque that you cannot see that kills 50 percent of Americans.

Literally, we are eating heavy metals every day in our food, drinks and in the air we breathe. To protect against poisoning, our body traps as much of these metals as it can with calcium deposits and stores them in our arterial walls. That means we have an excess of these protective calcium deposits that have hardened our arteries. The formation of calcium deposits impairs the elasticity and severely disrupts circulation. Heavy metals, like lead and mercury, are a major cause of inflammation. Using a substance made from a volcanic rock called zeolite is a negatively charged mineral which pulls heavy metals out of the calcium in your arteries, traps them perfectly in its chambers and transports them safely out of your body. This is called chelation.

By using all three of these items, you can turn your blood from slow flowing to a fast flowing disease fighting machine. For more information, please contact me at deb.bartz.82@gmail.com.

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