This is exciting science.
It is also an art - working with different individuals, level of understandings, goals and lifestyle preferences. It takes a creative interest by the Practitioner to find ways, together with the client, to bring the science needs identified in the biochemistry to a workable action by the client.
I find that there is never one same solution for two people. Every chemistry is unique, every person is different, therefore every plan is unique for that person. It takes the Client & Practitioner working together with enquiring minds to find the best solutions.
All of Terrie Sanders work with clients is based on the Queen Profile. This unique, proactive chemistry profile is necessary and drives the information for each individual biochemistry analysis for answers.
Different action solutions are required for differing goals, understanding, age & capabilities of clients.
The commonality is that the body reveals via their Queen Profile biochemistry, what the body is trying to achieve and the challenges it is having to manage, to be able to maintain energy & tissue integrity.
This work uses the Human Health Model biochemistry panel called the Queen Profile, as discovered and taught by H.L. Sam Queen, Biochemist, Research Scientist & Clinical Nutritionist.
This enables the reading of Seven Subclinical Signs showing what the body is trying to do to maintain energy & tissue integrity. Whether it is succeeding or failing, and clues as to why. This includes looking for toxic footprints of chronic level toxin exposures that may be present and can result in nutrient depletions.
Seeing the physical & chemical phenomena of life &
it's healing capacity - with awe & respect.
Recovering our natural balance.
"Terrie has trained with me & has an unusually
sharp understanding of environmental toxin exposures, & how they might alter the chemistry data."
H.L. Sam Queen, 17 September 2014.
Wonderment Physiology is focussed on improving musculoskeletal tissue health and physical work capacity.
It does not diagnose nor treat disease states and recommendations do not replace the need to seek medical advice from treating medical practitioner/s.
What are the Seven Sub-Clinical Signs ?
1. Acid Stress Management:
Body fluids operate optimally when pH is at certain levels at certain times. When these optimal levels are compromised, the body will try to correct it. However, when the volume from metabolism is overwhelming for these corrective efforts, this can be very difficult for the body to achieve without support. Interpretation for proactive recommendations requires an understanding of free radicals and the relationships of antioxidant in this changing environment of acid balance.
2. Free Calcium Excess:
Healthful bodies have a specific ratio of calcium bound to protein and some that are unbound. As this ratio changes, the body experiences changes in levels of calcification, bone resorption and cell
potential. This results in a range of tissue degeneration conditions impacting on for example - restriction of joint mobility inclusive of pain, limiting muscle function, hypertension.
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3. Total Protein & Amino Acid Balance & Availability:
Protein parameters, ratio interpretations with corresponding biochemical markers & analysis of toxic footprints lead the investigation for this subclinical sign.
4. Anaerobic Metabolism:
In health and in healthy activity we draw upon both various energy producing processes. When our body operates with
more of an anaerobic tendency - fatigue, tissue degeneration, infection and cardiovascular risk can commence. Identifying at the biochemical level how the body is producing energy enables corrective recommendations for healthful energy production & assists enhance longevity.
5. Chronic Inflammation:
When subclinical signs are left unchecked the normal healthful inflammatory response can become ineffective. When the inflammatory response fails to complete, this then becomes chronic or prolonged inflammation, which raises the risk for infections, toxicity and all degenerative tissue conditions.
6. Connective Tissue Breakdown:
Like the guy ropes in a tent, our connective tissue holds our bodies together and gives us our tissue integrity e.g. muscle tone, muscle strength and suppleness, joint stability. When the subclinical signs are left uncorrected this leads to a breakdown in connective tissue and therefore a weakened tissue integrity.
7. Oxidative Stress:
Free radicals are a normal product of the metabolic processes of the body as well as from toxic exposure. However, an excess amount of free radical production in proportion to available antioxidant capability results in uncontrolled oxidation which destroys cell components, compromises cell functioning and sets the scene for degenerative disease, infection, toxicity and reduced functional capacity due to heightened aging processes. The internal human environment, timing, type and amount of antioxidant support required in any individual circumstance along with interpretation of causal factors including identifying toxic footprints are all necessary components of a return to managing the balance for this sublcinical sign.