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The Hidden Epidemic

Are you one of the many people suffering from metabolic dysfunction and its associated disorders?

What is Metabolic Chaos™

Metabolic Chaos™ is a term used to describe a host of conditions that compromise our health: adrenal fatigue, hormonal imbalances, gut dysbiosis, inflammation and autoimmune issues. And the disorders from Metabolic Chaos™ can impact our body in many ways.

We are facing unprecedented levels of stress, poor nutrition and other toxic exposures that are the primary contributors to Metabolic Chaos™.

Our neural, hormonal and immune response systems were not designed to handle this ongoing bombardment. Eventually this overwhelms our body resulting in a cascade of metabolic dysfunction and negative health consequences.

Chronic Health Disorders

Chronic health disorders from Metabolic Chaos™ can manifest in many ways and are dependent on our own unique physiology:

  • Fatigue, lethargy
  • Depression, anxiety
  • Brain fog, poor focus
  • Inflammation, pain
  • Blood pressure issues
  • Unexplained hair loss
  • Lightheadedness
  • Osteoporosis
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Sleep issues
  • Emotional fragility
  • Allergies
  • Cholesterol problems
  • Anger, irritability
  • Auto-immune diseases
  • General weakness
  • Stubborn weight
  • Headaches, migraines
  • Indigestion, acid reflux
  • Low libido, PMS
  • Acne, rosacea
  • Lean muscle loss
  • Persistent muscle aches
  • Memory challenges

These are very real health concerns and are not normal, and in fact can lead to more serious health problems. It is estimated that 70 – 80% of all doctor visits are for stress related illnesses, and that 50% of all illnesses are caused by such stress and Metabolic Chaos™.

 To learn more, contact Dana Hemmingsen – Certified FDN Practitioner at (925) 683-6275 to schedule your 30-minute consultation.

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