Description of the over 145 NES Health scans
This information is useful once you have had your NES Assessment and want a fuller understanding of some of the areas covered by the NES scan
NES and Emotions (new scans have been added - please see 'Details of Mind Scans' below)
The NES Health consideration of emotions is based on the work of Dr R Hammer. His theory indicates that the medullar part of the brain is responsible for controlling emotional states and different parts of the medulla correspond with different emotions. He found that the medulla can be affected by shocks and traumas to the body of a physical, environmental, genetic, as well as emotional origin. When the medulla is effected in this way a person's emotional states are changed.
- Emotions will normally come and go in a natural way. However emotions can become locked into a persistent repeating pattern or 'tape loop', which may govern a person's behaviour.
- These tape loops act as 'information blockers' which may result in long-term errors in the body field and thus affect a person's health.
- Shocks of many types, stress, and tiredness can trigger new or re-trigger old emotional tape loops.
- A tape loop situation is indicated in the NES Health reports when a particular emotion is repeatedly indicated with a large score from one screening to the next.
- Hopefulness - fears.
- Consideration - self, others.
- Holding on or letting go.
- Enthusiasm - excessive or lack of.
- Love, wonderment- head and heart conflicts.
- Self-identity - perception of who you are.
- Concentration - ability to focus.
- Mental power
- Forcefulness - lacking, inappropriate.
- Train of thoughts - ability to pursue.
- Industriousness - ability to maintain steadiness, coherence, consistency.
- Rigid, inflexible - attitude.
- Forbearance - self-control, patience.
- Depression, grief, anger.
- Cheerfulness - lacking, inappropriate.
- Concentration - ability to focus.
- Trust - issues surrounding self/ others.
- Grief or lack of.
- Sympathy - lack of, resulting in animosity; rejection; over sympathetic or not receiving sympathy.
- Emotions - generally excessive, uncontrolled, inappropriate.
- Sex appeal - charisma.
- Communication - ability to express oneself.
- Honesty - issues surrounding self/ others.
- Loyalty - issues surrounding self/ others.
- Willpower - excess or lack of. Listlessness, easily influenced.
- Tolerance - intolerance (especially noise)
- Calmness - jittery
- Elation - express, ability to feel.
- Courage - Afraid or disregard for danger.
- Confidence - Quiet
- Elation - express, ability to feel.
- Ability to articulate.
- Thoughts - excessive or lacking.
- Memory - issues with, lack of, excessive old memories flood back.
- Decision making.
- Spatial awareness.
- Benevolence, kindness - ability to express, receive.
- Contentment, ecstasy.
- Pleasure - lack of, inability to experience, excessive pursuit of.
- Acceptance - of self, others.
- Positive emotions - ability to experience.
ESR Infoceutical - Emotional Stress Release- Stress results when incoming data is not correctly processed into patterns. When a person is "stressed" their ability to absorb food is compromised as is their ability to process thoughts.
NES Environmental Report
This screen reports on the body's ability to deal with the impact of environmental factors. The NES screening process detects functional issues in the body field related to specific and general groups of environmental toxins. It does not indicate that the physical toxins are present but that the energetic memories associated with toxins are present. Indicated readings against environmental issues on this screen can mean 1 of 4 things:
- The body's ability to deal with the indicated toxin is compromised.
- The physical toxin may be present.
- The physical toxin may have left the body but the energetic memory remains.
- The toxin may never have been present but in some way the associated damage to the body field has resulted.
Damage to the body field by environmental factors can disrupt the functions of certain Energetic Fields and thus the regulation and functions of the physical body. By correcting the energetic irregularities the body field can operate correctly and the physical body will respond. If the physical toxins are present, by correcting the energetic distortions, the toxins are exposed and tend to be excreted from the body.
Dichlorvos - A commercially produced insecticide, of the organophosphate family, used in the treatment of termites, wood beetles and other insects.
- The presence of dichlorvos has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 2 and disrupts its function.
- Also causes damage to the energy fields of the colon, lung, small intestine and stomach lining.
- Damage to the small intestine energy field, together with its membranes, can result in severe food intolerances. This effect is the same with many organo-phosphates.
Chloropyrifos - A commercially produced organophosphate used as an insecticide in agriculture. It is sprayed so can be absorbed via the lung and skin as well as consumed in food.
- Has a severe distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 3.
- Also causes damage to the energy fields of the lung, small intestine, mucous membranes generally and liver.
- Damage to the small intestine energy field, together with its membranes, can result in severe food intolerances. This effect is the same with many organo-phosphates.
Pentachlorophenol (PCP) - An effective insecticide used for termite, beetle and insect control.
- The presence of PCP has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 10.
- Also affects the energy fields for heart, kidney, mucous membranes, and circulation.
Allethrin - Insecticides made to mimic the naturally occurring insecticides like pyrethrin, cinerin, and jasmolin.
- The presence of allethrins has a severe distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also distorts the energy fields for Lungs, Bladder, Mucous Membranes, and Stomach lining.
General Fungicides - These can be inhaled when used in agriculture or ingested with residues in certain foods where withholding periods have not been observed before harvesting.
- The presence of fungicides has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also affects the energy fields of the lungs, liver, colon lining and stomach lining.
Pentachloronitrobenzene - This fungicide is used specifically to treat seeds before they are sown, and used on the soil to destroy micro flora.
- The presence of Pentachloronitrobenzene has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also upsets the fields for heart, lungs, ear nose, throat and Liver.
Gravity and Magnetism - This is a general test for distortions in the body field associated with underground minerals, caves and water ways resulting in geopathic stress.
Microwave Oven Radiation - Research indicates that microwave ovens used to heat food affect proteins in a way that can make them a possible form of toxin to the body.
Far Infrared Radiation - Far infrared is infrared light at the lower frequency range in the infrared spectrum. It is present naturally in sun light and is used for therapeutic and sauna applications. It has been found to have an effect of linking disease centre foci and may affect the integrity of the body field. If this test gives a high reading then the body exposure to far infrared should be monitored.
Computer Radiation - The central processor units of modern personal computers operate at 1 to 3 Giga hertz frequencies. They also employ mechanical disk drives and fans which together output radiation at many levels, making a composite of many wavelengths.
Cell Phone, GSM - This is a test for distortions in the body field that make it less able to deal with the radio waves emitted by common cell phone frequencies. GSM is a cellular frequency band.
Radio Frequency - This is a test for distortions in the body field that make it less able to deal with computer and TV screen radiation, electro-smog generally, radioactive isotopes used in medicine, Barium, and X-ray exposure.
Butanols - Butanols are hydrocarbon solvents found in car fuels and in synthetic rubber.
- The presence of butanols has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 1.
- Butanols also causes damage to the energy fields of the heart lung, bowel lining and stomach lining.
Dioxane - An industrial solvent used in degreasing, electronics, metal finishing, fabric cleaning, pharmaceuticals, herbicides and pesticides, antifreeze, paper manufacturing and many other applications including ordinary household products like shampoos and baby lotions. It can cause depression when exposure occurs.
- The presence of dioxanes has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 4.
- Dioxanes also affects the energy fields of the ear nose and throat, lungs, kidney and circulation.
Carbonyls - These are highly volatile and toxic liquids used as a solvent including carbon tetrachloride. Used in everything from fire extinguishers to veterinarian medicines and refrigerators to aerosol sprays.
- The presence of carbonyls has a severe distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 10.
- Carbonyls also affect the energy fields of the heart, circulation, bowel lining and stomach lining.
n-Heptane - These are used as a chemical solvent and for treating engine knocks.
- The presence of n-Heptane has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also affects the energy fields for ear, nose and throat, lungs, kidney, and circulation.
Hydroxytoluene - A solvent used in paints, dyes and gums and consists of a benzene ring attached to carbon molecules.
- The presence of hydroxytoluene has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also causes distortions to the fields of the ear, nose and throat, kidney, liver and circulation.
Nitrotoluene - A solvent used in the manufacture of dyes.
- The presence of hydroxytoluene has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also causes distortion to the fields of the heart, kidney, mucous membranes, and stomach lining.
Xylenes - A common group of chemicals used as a solvent in the printing, rubber and leather industries. It forms naturally during forest fires. It is found as a thinner for paint and varnishes. Small amounts are found in aviation fuel, and petroleum. It can affect the human brain, and growth and development.
- The presence of xylenes has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- It also affects the energy fields for heart, circulation, stomach and bowel lining.
Tin - Organic compounds of tin are used as an antifouling paint, chemical catalysts and as a PVC stabilizers. PVC's are used in rubber substitutes, cable coverings, upholstery textiles, raincoats, shoes, and tubing. This group of chemicals can effect estrogens and androgens (hormones associated with development of sexual organs)
- The presence of tin has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 11.
- Also affects the energy fields of kidney, circulation, mucous membranes, and stomach lining.
Cadmium - Cadmium is found in fossil fuels, fungicides, dyes and pigments, batteries and cigarette smoke. Also found in fish, organ meats (liver, kidney). Worst source is rubber tires, rubber carpet backing and plastic food wraps.
- The presence of cadmium has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 11.
Lead - Lead is now banned from paint and gasoline but lasting environmental residues still exist. Also sourced from gasoline additives, paints, solder and the lead smelting industry.
Lead is a powerful neurotoxin, disrupts all neurotransmitters and may cause paralysis, seizures, red blood cell damage. Associated with miscarriage and stillbirth. Interferes with all calcium metabolic functions. High lead levels are associated high blood pressure, mental retardation and severe aggressive behaviour.
- The presence of lead has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 11.
Mercury - It is common to find toxic amounts of mercury due to 'silver amalgams' from dentistry and highly toxic methylmercury in virtually all fish (worst is tuna, swordfish, shark, mackerel, shellfish). This is a fat soluble toxin which crosses the blood-brain barrier and stored in the brains phospholipids.
Can causes a wide variety of chronic health problems, chronic inflammation of mucous membranes, severe immune damage, targets the brain, kidneys. Causes gum disease, tooth decay, severe mood changes, tremors, paralysis, chronic throat and bladder disease, allergies, etc.
- The presence of mercury has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 11.
Nickel, Chromium, Beryllium - Metal alloys known as agents for allergies and also suspected of deeper damage. Nickel-Chromium alloys can be used in dental work.
- The presence of these alloys has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 12.
- Also affects the energy fields of the kidney, liver, mucous membranes and stomach lining as well as the cellular energy centre (adenosine triphosphate).
Asbestos - This toxin was used until very recently in brake shoes, building material and in protective clothing in industry. Fibres can be airborne, and they lodge in the lungs and do not break down. Although this is an almost inert chemical it causes severe irritation and changes to the body field structure.
- The presence of asbestos has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 10.
Water Based - This is a combined test for arsenic, antimony and chlorine compounds. Arsenic and antimony occur naturally in the soil and can leach out slowly into reservoirs where the soil has been disturbed. Chlorine is added to most water supplies and apart from its significant toxicity it also combines with hundred of carbon-based pollutants, creating a highly complex toxic 'soup' of organochlorides.
Tobacco Smoke/ Smoke- This test indicates distortions in the body field that make it less able to deal with tobacco smoke and or wood smoke or smog.
Furnishings - 4-Phenylcyclohexine - This chemical is used in carpet backing and is generated as an 'off gas' from latex lining and styrene. It reacts with ozone in the home to make aldehydes. Scientists have agreed it has neurotoxic and geno-toxic effects.
- The presence of 4-Phenylcyclohexine has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 4.
- In addition it affects the energy field of the heart, pericardium, circulation, and lining of the colon and stomach.
Fat Based - Acrylamide - Since the 1950s, acrylamide has been used in the manufacture of paper and dyes and in the filtration of drinking water and waste water. In April 2002, Swedish researchers reported acrylamide in fried and baked starchy foods. Acrylamide is formed in food mainly as a result of the reaction between the amino acid asparagine (a building block of protein) and simple sugars at the higher temperatures (greater than 250oF/ 120oC) and longer cooking times used when frying, deep-frying, broiling, baking and grilling. Acrylamide has been found in a wide range of foods including: potato chips, french fries, soft breads, cereals, coffee, pastries, sweet biscuits (cookies), breads, rolls and toasts, and cocoa products. It is a known hazardous compound, carcinogen and can cause neurological issues. It is a common cause of human body field errors.
- The presence of acrylamides has a distorting effect on Energetic Integrator 4.
- It also affects the energy fields of the central nervous system, lung, heart, stomach lining and large bowel lining.
Petrochemicals - Petrochemicals are chemical products made from raw materials of petroleum or other hydrocarbon (hydrogen and carbon molecules) origin. Although most of the chemical compounds originate from petroleum they may also be derived from other sources such as coal or natural gas. The term petrochemicals cover a wide range of products used in today's cultures. A brief list includes: Asphalt, Diesel fuel, Gasoline (petrol), Kerosene, lubricating oils, Benzene, epoxy resins, nylon, polyesters, xylene's, ethylene's, polyethylene's, polyvinyl, polypropylene, polycarbonate, polystyrenes. In simple terms Petrochemicals refers to fuels and plastics.
NES Health Nutrition Report
This screen reports on the functional integrity of the body's field in relation to the absorption, regulation, and metabolism of nutrients. This report does not directly indicate nutritional levels, it more indicates the body's functional ability to assimilate, manage and use nutrients effectively.
- Vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are fundamental requirements for the body to function.
- Optimum health requires that nutrients are managed correctly.
- When nutrients are incorrectly metabolized, stored, and absorbed this affects both the biochemistry and the performance of the energy drivers and integrators of the Body Field.
- NES Infoceuticals are able to make corrections to the Body Field regardless of nutritional deficiencies but to maintain these corrections adequate nutritional levels are required.
- Biophysics suggests that nutritional issues are a result of environmental toxins interfering with the Body Field and hence inhibiting the proper uptake and balance of nutrients within cells all over the body.
NES Health Minerals Report
Four percent of the human body is made from minerals. These minerals are elements that can be found in the periodic table, and are used mainly in the regulation and balancing of the body chemistry. The other major uses of minerals are in the constitution of bone, which requires calcium, phosphorus and magnesium, and in the control of water, which involves sodium and potassium. These five minerals are known as macro-minerals as relatively large amounts are needed every day (300-3000 mg). The other elements are known as trace minerals, as only small amounts are required (30mg - 30 mcg). All minerals are important in our diets, no matter how much or how little is required per day. If the body does not receive the minerals that it needs, then serious effects can occur.
Chromium - Vital component (along with vitamin B3, glycine, glutamic acid, and cystin) of a compound produced in the liver that helps transport glucose from the blood to cells. Frequent sugar consumption or continued stress lead to reduced levels of chromium. Found in whole grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, mushrooms and asparagus.
Cobalt -Cobalt is an essential mineral, although the body only needs a small amount. Cobalt is stored in red blood cells with smaller amounts in the kidney, liver, pancreas and spleen. Research indicates that cobalt helps with the repair of the myelin sheath, increases the effectiveness of glucose transport from the blood into body cells, and increases the assimilation of iron and the building of red blood cells. Cobalt is an important agent of Vitamin B-12; as it increases the body's ability to absorb it. Cobalt stimulates many enzymes of the body and normalizes the performance of other body cells. Because of its low absorption rate and high excretion rate, cobalt toxicity is not common, but an excess can lead to enlargement of the thyroid gland.
Manganese -Involved in many enzyme systems in the body, the most critical of which acts as an antioxidant helping to disable free radicals. Diabetics frequently have low manganese levels, therefore it has been linked with blood sugar balance. It is also linked with the formation of cartilage and correct brain function. Hence signs of a deficiency can involve joint pain and mental illnesses. The best sources of manganese are found in whole grains, nuts, seeds, tea, and tropical fruits.
Magnesium -Works alongside calcium to maintain muscle and nerve impulses and bone density. It is also essential for the functioning of many enzyme pathways, and is linked with protein synthesis, and the production of some hormones. Deficiencies in magnesium have been strongly linked with cardiovascular disease and muscle spasms. There is strong evidence that some heart attacks may be caused by cramping in the arteries connected to the heart, rather than blockages. Magnesium is a vital component of chlorophyll and is present in all green leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds.
Sodium -There is roughly 92g of sodium in the body, which mainly comes from the salt (sodium chloride) in our diets. The majority of this sodium is present in the fluids surrounding cells, where it is involved in nerve transmission and in maintaining water concentration in blood and body fluids. Deficiencies are extremely rare, due to the high amounts of salt present in processed foods. In fact, excess sodium in the body can contribute to elevated blood pressure and fluid retention.
Zinc -This trace mineral plays a part in nearly every major disease, including diabetes and cancer. Its main role is concerned with the protection and repair of DNA, however, it is also required to make insulin, the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase, and to boost the immune system. Deficiencies are zinc are extremely common and lead to symptoms that range from lack of appetite, poor growth, poor skin, to mental and emotional problems. Oysters are the highest dietary source of zinc, and it is found in higher levels in animals and fish than in plants.
Potassium -Works alongside sodium in controlling water balance and correct nerve and muscle impulses. However, less potassium is required in our diets, yet most people still do not get enough. Severe deficiencies can result in loss of appetite, vomiting and muscular weakness. Good sources of potassium are whole grains, fruit and vegetables.
Iron -This is a major component of haemoglobin, which is involved in the transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood stream. The most common route into the body is via red meat. It is also found in non-haem forms (~40%) in non-meat food sources but this is not absorbed as readily. Iron deficiency symptoms include pale skin, tiredness and nausea. At the other end of the scale, too much iron may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Phosphorus -This is required for the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth. It is also used in energy production, to boost metabolism, and to maintain the pH of the body. Dietary deficiencies are uncommon, due to its presence in most foods.
Copper -Only a small amount of copper is required in the body and it is used, amongst other things, in the formation of myelin sheaths around nerves. Excess copper in the body is a more frequent problem than too little, due to the fact that copper pipes contaminate most water supplies. High copper levels are associated with schizophrenia and cardiovascular disease.
Calcium -This is required in the formation of bone structure, especially at an early age when bones are growing, and in old age when the ability to absorb calcium decreases. It also promotes a healthy heart and nerves, and aids in blood clotting. Most western diets are slightly calcium deficient. The symptoms of this include muscle cramps, joint pain, insomnia, tooth decay, and high blood pressure. Severe deficiencies can lead to osteoporosis.
Molybdenum -This mineral is used in the strengthening of teeth, detoxification from free radicals, and ridding the body of waste products. The deficient signs are unknown, however high levels of molybdenum can lead to gout-like symptoms. The best sources of this mineral are tomatoes, lentils, beans, wheatgerm, pork, and lamb.
Selenium -Has antioxidant properties, helps the immune system, reduces inflammation and promotes a healthy heart. The symptoms of deficiency include cataracts, high blood pressure and signs of premature aging. Good dietary sources are tuna, oysters, mushrooms, herrings and liver.
NES Health B Vitamin Report
B Vitamins are water-soluble and are needed on a daily basis. Collectively, they have many roles in keeping us healthy, such as immunity, hormonal balance, circulation, energy production, and stress regulation. Many B Vitamins are made in the small intestine.
Vitamin B1 - Thiamin may enhance circulation, helps with blood formation and the metabolism of carbohydrates. It is also required for the health of the nervous system and is used in the biosynthesis of a number of cell constituents, including the neurotransmitter acetylcholine and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It is used in the manufacture of hydrochloric acid, and therefore plays a part in digestion.
It is also great for the brain and may help with depression and assist with memory and learning. In children it is required for growth and has shown some indication to assist in arthritis, and cataracts, as well as infertility.
Food sources of vitamin B1 - Sunflower seeds, peanuts, wheat bran, beef liver, pork, seafood, egg-yolk, beans all contain good amounts of thiamin.
Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin is required by the body to use oxygen, and the metabolism of amino acids, fatty acids, and carbohydrates. Riboflavin is further needed to activate vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), helps to create niacin, and assists the adrenal gland. It may be used for red blood cell formation, antibody production, cell respiration, and growth.
It eases watery eye fatigue and may be helpful in the prevention and treatment of cataracts. Vitamin B2 is required for the health of the mucus membranes in the digestive tract, and helps with the absorption of iron, and vitamin B6.
Although it is needed for periods of rapid growth, it is also needed when protein intake is high, and is most beneficial to the skin, hair and nails.
Food sources of vitamin B2 - Organ meats, nuts, cheese, eggs, milk and lean meats are great sources of riboflavin, but is also available in good quantities in green leafy vegetables, fish, legumes, whole grains, and yogurt.
Vitamin B3 - Nicotinic acid is required for cell respiration, helps in the release of energy, and metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, proper circulation and healthy skin, functioning of the nervous system, and normal secretion of bile and stomach fluids. It is used in the synthesis of sex hormones, treating schizophrenia and other mental illnesses, and a memory-enhancer.
Nicotinic acid (but not nicotinamide) given in drug dosage improves the blood cholesterol profile, and has been used to clear the body of organic poisons, such as certain insecticides. People report more mental alertness when this vitamin is in sufficient supply.
Food sources of vitamin B3 -Liver, lean meat, poultry, fish, rabbit, nuts, peanut yeast, meats including liver, cereals, legumes, asparagus, seeds, milk, green leafy vegetables, and fish.
Vitamin B5 - Pantothenic Acid plays an important role in the secretion of hormones, such as cortisone because of the role it plays in supporting the adrenal gland. These hormones assist the metabolism, help to fight allergies, and are beneficial in the maintenance of healthy skin, muscles and nerves.
Pantothenic acid is also used in the release of energy as well as the metabolism of fat, protein and carbohydrates. It is used in the creation of lipids, neurotransmitters, steroid hormones and haemoglobin. Some are of the opinion that pantothenic acid is also helpful to fight wrinkles as well as graying of the hair.
Food sources of vitamin B5 - Beef, brewer's yeast, eggs, fresh vegetables, kidney, legumes, liver, mushrooms, nuts, pork, royal jelly, saltwater fish, torula yeast, whole rye flour, and whole wheat.
Vitamin B6 - Pyridoxine is required for the balancing of hormonal changes in women as well as assisting the immune system and the growth of new cells. It is also used in the processing and metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, while assisting with controlling your mood as well as your behaviour. Pyridoxine might also be of benefit for children with learning difficulties, as well as assisting in the prevention of dandruff, eczema and psoriasis.
It assists in the balancing of sodium and potassium as well promotes red blood cell production. It is further involved in the nucleic acids RNA as well as DNA. It is further linked to cancer immunity and fights the formation of the toxic chemical homocysteine, which is detrimental to the heart muscle.
Women in particular may suffer from pre-menstrual fluid retention, severe period pains, emotional PMS symptoms, premenstrual acne and nausea in early pregnancy. Mood swings, depression as well as loss of sexual drive is sometimes noted when pyridoxine is in short supply and the person is on hormone replacement therapy or on birth control pills.
Food sources of vitamin B6 -Good sources to obtain pyridoxine from are brewer's yeast, eggs, chicken, carrots, fish, liver, kidneys, peas, wheat germ, walnuts.
Vitamin B8 - Biotin is used in cell growth, the production of fatty acids, metabolism of fats, and proteins. It plays a role in the Krebs cycle, which is the process in which energy is released from food. Biotin is also indicated for healthy hair and skin, healthy sweat glands, nerve tissue, and bone marrow, and assisting with muscle pain. Vitamin B8 not only assists in various metabolic chemical conversions, but also helps with the transfer of carbon dioxide. Biotin is also helpful in maintaining a steady blood sugar level.
Food sources of vitamin B8 - is present in cheese, beef liver, cauliflower, eggs, mushrooms, chicken breasts, salmon, spinach, brewer's yeast, nuts and can be manufactured in the body should a small shortfall occur.
Vitamin B9 - Folic acid is required for DNA synthesis and cell growth and is important for red blood cell formation, energy production as well as the forming of amino acids. Folic acid is essential for creating heme, the iron containing substance in haemoglobin, crucial for oxygen transport.
It is important for healthy cell division and replication, since its involvement as coenzyme for RNA and DNA synthesis. It is also required for protein metabolism and in treating folic acid anaemia. Folic acid also assists in digestion, and the nervous system, and works at improving mental as well as emotional health. This nutrient may be effective in treating depression and anxiety.Shortage of folic acid may be indicated with diarrhoea, heartburn and constipation. Folic acid is very important in the development of the nervous system of a developing foetus.
Food sources of vitamin B9 - Fresh green vegetables, such as spinach and broccoli contain folic acid. It is also found in fruit, starchy vegetables, beans, whole grains and liver.
Vitamin B11 - Choline assists in controlling your weight as well as cholesterol levels, keeping cell membranes healthy and in preventing gallstones. It is also most useful in the maintenance of the nervous system, assisting memory and learning, and may help to fight infections, including hepatitis and AIDS. Choline is critical for normal membrane structure and function. Choline is the major precursor of betaine, and it is used by the kidneys to maintain water balance and by the liver as a source of methyl-groups for methionine formation. It is also used to produce the important neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It assists in nerve impulse transmission, gallbladder regulation, liver functions and lecithin production.
Food sources of vitamin B11- Choline is found in egg yolks, beef, wheat germ, oats, nut.
Vitamin B12 - Cobolamin is needed in the manufacture of red blood cells and the maintenance of red blood cells and it stimulates appetite, promotes growth and release energy. It is often used with older people to give an energy boost, assist in preventing mental deterioration and helps with speeding up thought processes.
Some people are also of the opinion that it helps with clearing up infections and provide protection against allergies and cancer. This vitamin is also used in the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates.
Food sources of vitamin B12 - Vitamin B12 is present in liver, organ meat, muscle meat, shellfish, eggs, cheese, fish, and can be manufactured in the body. Although milk contains B12, processing of milk may lead to destruction of the vitamin.
NES Health Metabolism Report
The indicator for Metabolism on the NES report screen shows the highest reading within the subcategories of: Base Metabolic rate, pH Balance, Carbohydrate Metabolism and Glucose Metabolism. It is not a separate indicator for Metabolism itself.
Metabolism is the set of chemical reactions that occur in living organisms in order to maintain life. These processes allow organisms to grow and reproduce, maintain their structures, and respond to their environments. Metabolism is usually divided into two categories. Catabolism breaks down large molecules, for example to harvest energy in cellular respiration. Anabolism, on the other hand, uses energy to construct components of cells such as proteins and nucleic acids.
The chemical reactions of metabolism are organized into metabolic pathways, in which one chemical is transformed into another by a sequence of enzymes. Enzymes are crucial to metabolism because they allow organisms to drive desirable but thermodynamically unfavourable reactions by coupling them to favourable ones. Enzymes also allow the regulation of metabolic pathways in response to changes in the cell's environment or signals from other cells.
The speed of metabolism, the metabolic rate, also influences how much food an organism will require.
Base Rate Metabolism - This is a metabolic field test for those whose metabolism may be affected by the environmental toxins that affect the function of the cells of the body, the liver, and the thyroid and pancreas.
pH or Acid-Alkaline Balance of the Body Fluids - This is an indicator that the pH balance of the body may be incorrectly regulated. Addressing this issue involves balancing liver function (an important organ for pH regulation).
Carbohydrate Metabolism - The carbohydrate metabolic function can be addressed by correcting energetic field for the Small Intestine, and for the pancreas and stomach.
Glucose Metabolism - This is not the test for blood sugar regulation, but for the actual efficacy of glucose metabolism within the body cells. We have found it to be impeded by the environmental pollutants Dioxins and Allethrins.
NES Health Sensitivities Report
The primary purpose of this report is to give indications for the need to reduce acute reactions, improve sensitivities, aid absorption of nutrients, and regulate sugars. Intolerances can be viewed as incorrect immune system response to food particles due to environmental pollution that has accumulated in their gut. The 4 main reports are:
- Lactose - this is an indicator of the ability to produce enzymes to digest lactose.
- Gluten - this is an indicator of the ability to produce enzymes to digest Gluten.
- Non-Fixed Allergens - a general indicator to food intolerances and sensitivities through incorrect immune system reactions to food particles generally which is often due to toxic build up in the digestive tract.
- Sugar regulation - this is an indicator of the ability to correctly regulate blood sugars.
Lactose intolerance - This reading is an indicator to the body's ability to produce enzymes to digest lactose. Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest significant amounts of lactose, the predominant sugar of milk.
This inability results from a shortage of the enzyme lactase, which is normally produced by the cells that line the small intestine. Lactase breaks down milk sugar into simpler forms that can then be absorbed into the bloodstream. When there is not enough lactase to digest the amount of lactose consumed, the results, although not usually dangerous, may be very distressing. While not all persons deficient in lactase have symptoms, those who do are considered to be lactose intolerant.
Common symptoms include nausea, cramps, bloating, gas, and diarrhea, which begin about 30 minutes to 2 hours after eating or drinking foods containing lactose. The severity of symptoms varies depending on the amount of lactose each individual can tolerate.
Some causes of lactose intolerance are well known. For instance, certain digestive diseases and injuries to the small intestine can reduce the amount of enzymes produced. In rare cases, children are born without the ability to produce lactase. For most people, though, lactase deficiency is a condition that develops naturally over time. After about the age of 2 years, the body begins to produce less lactase. However, many people may not experience symptoms until they are much older. Between 30 and 50 million Americans are lactose intolerant. Certain ethnic and racial populations are more widely affected than others. As many as 75 percent of all African Americans and American Indians and 90 percent of Asian Americans are lactose intolerant. The condition is least common among persons of northern European descent.
Gluten Sensitivity - This reading is an indicator of the body's ability to produce enzymes to digest gluten. Gluten sensitivity is the result of an autoimmune system response to the ingestion of gluten (from wheat, rye, and barley) that damages the small intestine. Nutrients then quickly pass through the small intestine, rather than being absorbed.
Non-fixed Sensitivities - Most sensitivities are non-fixed and change from day to day, and rather than test for 100's of different foods of which your reactions will change frequently, we have found it more beneficial to test the general terrain of the immune system and its likelihood of producing sensitivities.
Blood Sugar Regulation - This scan gives an indication on how good your body-field is at regulating blood sugar levels. The pancreas through the production of insulin is largely responsible for this and our research has indicated that Fungicides and radiation can affect it. Chromium helps sugar regulation.
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