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On January 24th, 2018 by Access Complete Wellness

Priority Based Health Care

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Does your doctor determine your most important health priority before coming up with an action plan?  Or does he/she take note of your symptoms and treat you like the last person with the same list of symptoms?  Many people that have chronic health conditions or conditions that the doctors are unable to diagnose may feel like they just are supposed to live with their ailment.  That is not necessarily the case when your health care is priority based.

So what is Priority Based Health Care and what does that mean to you?  It is looking at your health on all dimensions regardless of symptoms and then allowing the body to tell us it’s priority for healing.  Pretty cool, huh?  So how does the body do this you might ask?  Well, our body is talking all the time…are you listening?  Aches, pains, congestion, emotional ups and downs, gurgles and twinges are all signs of your body talking.  You just need the right person that can help you translate.

In sessions, if your desired ailment to get worked on does not surface,  it is NOT your body’s priority to be worked on or cleared.  That is priority based health care.  It does not mean that you do not have that ailment addressed in the session, it just means it was not the root of your ailment.  Picture a dandelion in your yard.  You don’t cut the top off, do you?  Of course not, unless you want to see it surface again!  The same is true for your health and wellness.  If you want to see the ailment no longer surface, you have to get to the root.

Through a science called Applied Kinesiology (a.k.a. muscle testing), your body can tell you the frequencies that help bring it into balance.   Your body has the ability to detect when a positive or negative frequency is near it.  The right side of your neck may be hurting and through the session, we will determine that it all started about the same time your 14-year-old teenager decided to make wrong choices and the two of you got in a disagreement and your anger grew. You know, the proverbial pain in the neck!

Applied kinesiology (AK) is a method to determine priority based on the belief that various muscles are linked to particular organs and glands, and that specific muscle weakness can signal distant internal problems such as nerve damage, reduced blood supply, chemical imbalances or other organ or gland problems. Practitioners contend that by correcting this muscle weakness, you can help heal a problem in the associated internal organ.  They key is how you correct that muscle weakness.

I don’t actually need science to prove this.  Don’t you feel good when someone pays you a compliment and feel bad when someone insults you?  Our words, our emotions, the food we eat, the supplements we take etc. all have either a positive or negative impact (frequency) on our body.

As a trained practitioner in priority based healthcare, we will use tools like muscle testing to get to the root of your ailment whether it is a painful neck, jittery stomach, high cholesterol or diabetes.  One never knows where the root cause of an ailment may take us but it is nice to know that your body has all the answers you need for healing, you just need to listen!

To learn more about what your body is trying to tell you, book your session today.

On September 22nd, 2017 by Lynn Morales

Oh, The Places You’ll Go!

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Have I told you lately that the work I get to do in my practice absolutely fascinates me? My clients have such an amazing desire to want to see change in their world and together we create magnificent results.

The theme of my practice has always been, "Oh, The Places You’ll Go!" Yes, the one by Dr. Seuss! I especially like the cover with the little character sitting on top of what looks like an inverted vortex. Ever feel like your world was caught up in a vortex?

Just ask my clients. They will tell you that where we end up or what we work on to address a health ailment is RARELY on their radar screen. In fact, I often feel bad for allopathic medicine practitioners because they are not taught the connection between the physical body and the rest of what makes you who you are. You know, the full you; spirit, soul, body, mind, will and emotions. That is why so many leave a practitioner's office and never really seem to have good answers.

It would not be unusual for someone to experience a painful left ankle and for us to determine that it links to their kidney or perhaps a fear around losing their mother. I have worked with many that have bladder incontinence issues and we had to work on generational emotional hurts. These were not things my clients directly created, yet ailments passed through to them on their DNA. That is where epigenetics comes in. It may surface much later in life. All the body needs are the right circumstances set in motion or the right swamp to grow the disease or ailment.

I have worked with incontinence issues in people that have active memories of being bullied or exposed to high amounts of fear in their life. Once we allowed the body to clear those memories from that body part (usually the kidneys), their incontinence issues cleared also.

I have a number of resources on my website that will help explain this phenomenon, but it comes from the science of applied kinesiology for starters and then sprinkle in some acupuncture and don’t forget to add that our creator created one amazing body.

Let’s talk about applied kinesiology (AK). This is the science that I was first introduced to when I started my health journey. Some people refer to this as muscle testing, but the true AK practitioners know it is far more than that. In this science, they study how all the muscles in the body are related to different glands and organs so if one or the other is experiencing an imbalance it could lead to an imbalance in a totally unrelated (or so it seems) part of the body. Most people have been exposed to this concept through reflexology where the body parts are represented by areas on the feet.

An example. Let’s say your low back is hurting. It could be that your psoas muscle is not hydrated enough. You might experience kidney infections because this muscle relates to the kidney. You might also experience fear issues like I mentioned above and the kidney loves to store fear. This person might experience a power drain or uneasiness between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. And they might think it’s just because they had a long work day. Your low back requires that psoas muscle to be in good working order because it attaches into your hip. When you are not drinking enough water, that muscle is compromised and causes you to start engaging other muscles to compensate. Back to the low back pain and thinking it’s because you had a long day at work. Eventually, your shoe store expert starts to recognize that your shoe soles always wear out on a certain side of the heel. Hmmm. I just described 90% of the population that is dehydrated! And did anyone connect that this all related to low back pain? Isn’t that amazing? Learn more about how the kidney can impact your world and follow the links to other organs you may want to learn more about.

Your body is built on thousands of connections like this and every body part relates to other body parts so if one is out of harmony, others will be out of harmony also like an orchestra. Now, I’m sure the theme of my practice makes a little more sense. "Oh the Places, You’ll Go!”

To learn more about the underlying issues of your health conditions, set an appointment so you can discover all the places you’ll go to bring your body back to balance. All sessions can be done in person or live via video conferencing.

On July 15th, 2017 by Lynn Morales

BodyTalk ACCESS Workshop September 2017

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(6.5 hours of continuing education credit*)

Plano, Texas (Dallas & Fort Worth):

Date: September 23, 2017

Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Here is a link to a PDF Flyer for the Workshop to share with family, friends, and coworkers: BodyTalk Access Class Sept. 23, 2017, Flyer


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$125.00 adult (includes manual)

$50.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)


If you don’t live near Plano Texas, contact us to find out how to sponsor a BodyTalk Access class in your area. Click here to contact us.

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*The following accrediting agencies participate in the continuing education program and offer 6.5 hours of continuing education credit.

AHNA: American Holistic Nurses Association Continuing Nursing Education (CNE)

NCBTMB: National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork  (Continuing Education (CE)

NASW: National Association of Social Workers — Continuing Education (CE)

NCCAOM: National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Professional Development Activity (PDA)

On February 28th, 2012 by Lynn Morales

Your 24 Hour Body Clock

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Your body’s 24 hour clock is trying to tell you something.

body-clockWhen you get sleepy at a certain time of day or find yourself waking at certain times throughout the night, your body wants you to know it is not balanced.  Now I know many of you will say that you get up in the middle of the night because you have to use the restroom, right?   I suggest that you actually wake up because of an energy drain or an inflammatory response in a certain body part.  Once you are awake, your body parts kick in and say, “Umm, since you are already up, let’s hit the restroom.”  It’s not a coincidence that this power drain is happening.  There are many factors that can lead to these organ imbalances and the best way I know to remedy them is with BodyTalk.

The body clock is literally your body’s organs and their cycle for processing the day’s events and tasks.  Learn more in my series starting with “Is Your Hose Kinked?”  It aligns with what we call meridians and each organ has its own meridian pathway.  Consider your body as a series of plumbing pipes.  The energy should be running smoothly from pipe to pipe and similar to a relay race the baton being handed off to the next organ.   However, every now and then a clog in the pipe can happen. This prevents the free flow of all vital energy and fluids throughout the body.

Each organ has its own special time of day to handle the daily tasks that need to be “filed”.  When the organ is not balanced, these daily tasks can build up, similar to the pile of work on your desk if you skip a day.  This same clock is why jet lag happens to us.  We travel to a different time zone and we lose a few hours.  This is like making your body skip those couple of hours of “cleaning” or organizing the daily tasks.

Follow the instructions to view the body’s 24-hour clock and pinpoint the time of day you feel an energy drain or you can’t sleep.  The best way to address these imbalances is through BodyTalk which can be done in person or remotely.  Schedule your appointment today.


The Clock Continues Series:

Is Your Hose Kinked? Introduction to series: Lung Time 3 AM to 5 AM

The Clock Continues: Large Intestine Time 5 AM – 7 AM

The Clock Continues: Stomach Time: 7 AM – 9 AM

The Clock Continues: Spleen/Pancreas Time: 9 AM – 11 AM

The Clock Continues: Heart Time 11 AM – 1 PM

The Clock Continues: Small Intestine Time 1 PM – 3 PM

The Clock Continues: Bladder Time 3 PM – 5 PM

The Clock Continues: Kidney Time 5 PM – 7 PM

The Clock Continues: Pericardium 7 PM – 9 PM

The Clock Continues: Triple Heater 9 PM – 11 PM

The Clock Continues: Gallbladder 11 PM – 1 AM

The Clock Ends…Finally: Liver 1 AM – 3 AM

On February 14th, 2012 by Lynn Morales


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Do you know anyone that suffers from arthritis?  Perhaps you or a loved one experiences the aches of this painful condition.  So what is it exactly?

Arthritis Defined

Arthritis is inflammation of the joints.  Several common types of arthritis are Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Lupus, and Ankylosing Spondylitis.

BodyTalk discloses and works with the underlying causes of any type of arthritis rather than diagnosing the disease.  As always, BodyTalk uses arthritis-1 the body’s natural self-repair mechanisms to facilitate healing, re-establishing lines of communication in the body that have been blocked.  Sometimes the breakdown in the body’s internal dialogue that brought on the arthritis occurred many years ago, yet is only now causing discomfort.

BodyTalk approaches the entire condition from many different angles:

  • The buildup of uric acid crystals around the joints (gout) can be addressed using the digestive and metabolic systems.
  • Balancing the client to barometric pressure can help the body adjust to a difficult climate.
  • An old injury or accident can be storing trauma or emotions, release of which can help relieve a client’s symptoms.
  • Parts of the body can be addressed through their consciousness.  Arthritic knees, for example, can be addressed through the consciousness of knees: fear of walking forward in life.
  • The belief systems that dictate the rules by which we run our lives can affect the body.  An over-rigid belief system may cause stiff joints.  Releasing the belief system in question also releases the stiffness.

The BodyTalk System™ is a form of natural healthcare that can be used as a stand-alone system, and also integrated with any other modality in health and preventive care.  It recognizes and addresses all sides of the human being:  physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, hereditary, and environmental.

BodyTalk is a simple, effective, and non-invasive method that makes use of the body’s innate healing powers. Communication is restored among all the parts of the body, and then reinforced by light tapping on the head and chest.  Schedule your BodyTalk session today which can be performed locally or long distance.



On January 3rd, 2012 by Lynn Morales

Menstrual Irregularities

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By: Lynn Morales, ND

There are a number of menstrual irregularities which include Ovarian Cysts, Cervical Dysplasia, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Endometriosis, Uterine Tumors, and Painful or Irregular Menses.  

Generally speaking, these irregularities surface for a number of reasons most obviously hormonal imbalances.  However, what causes the imbalance opens up a whole new world.

In the BodyTalk System™, menstrual irregularities are addressed relatively simply in comfortable, non-invasive sessions.  As with any BodyTalk session, the client remains completely dressed.  Sessions are confidential and private.

Hormone levels are regulated by establishing healthy communication among the ovaries, pituitary, and adrenals.  All of these endocrine glands are responsible for healthy female reproductive function.

The uterus represents femininity, nurturing, and rejection or acceptance.  Applying these consciousness aspects of the uterus during a session brings about a shift in perspective that immediately changes the organ’s physiology.

BodyTalk draws on Traditional Chinese Medicine, in which the liver is responsible for movement of blood and therefore plays a significant role in the regulation of the female cycle.   If unchecked, anger, the natural emotion of the Liver meridian, invites viruses and causes pain and stagnation.

The BodyTalk System™ is particularly successful with recurrent dysplasia, because it addresses cellular memory, which can hold on to resentment, lack of forgiveness, and guilt from past or current intimate relationships.  Viruses and bacteria can thrive only in an environment of stress and anger.

The BodyTalk System™ is a form of natural healthcare that can be used as a stand-alone system, and also integrated with any other modality in health and preventive care.  It recognizes and addresses all sides of the human being:  physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, hereditary, and environmental.

BodyTalk is a simple, effective, and non-invasive method that makes use of the body’s innate healing powers.  Communication is restored among all the parts of the body, then reinforced by light tapping on the head and chest.

Schedule your appointment today.

On November 29th, 2011 by Lynn Morales

6 Ways to Boost Your Brains and Beauty

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By Vaishali

6_ways_to_boost_your_brains_&_beauty1. Watch what you eat. Food is your first wave of medicine. Your diet does affect the clarity of your thoughts in the same way that it affects your body’s overall wellbeing. Refined white sugar, white flour, saturated and trans fats are not foods that will protect your brain or memory or any other part of the body for that matter. These health-sabotaging foods will also decrease overall mental focus and create a sense of physical agitation or downright moodiness. If you want to improve your mood and keep your mind primed, cut out the junk food. A calm mind is a focused mind.

2. Do not deprive yourself of sleep or rest. A tired or fatigued brain is a brain that is not regenerating nor restoring its energy. When you miss getting adequate rest your performance level suffers and moodiness sets in. The longer the deprivation, the greater and the more rapid the mental decay. Studies indicate that when people have been sleep deprived for too long they begin to hallucinate and display signs of madness. The good news is that with quality, uninterrupted and re-cooperative sleep, the fatigue goes away rather quickly and you return to your right mind.

3. Eat brain-boosting foods. The best foods for the brain are also great for the nervous system, immune system and the skin. Brain friendly foods include wild caught salmon, blueberries, leafy green vegetables, avocados, and sprouted nuts. For those of you who do not have the cleanest of diets, know that cacao beans are high on the list of brain friendly foods. Look for dark chocolate made with 70% or more cacao and, of course, organic is the best choice for any foods you consume.

4. Try a Cold Laser Treatment. This boosts the lymphatic system, supports drainage and keeps the fluid moving. Cold laser sessions are completely painless and often times yield immediate results. Cold laser sessions offer a safe treatment option for the very old or very young or those already weakened by drugs or chronic illness. Acupuncturists, chiropractors and other alternative health practitioners may offer cold laser treatments in conjunction with their ongoing health care packages. Or check for cold laser treatment centers in your area.

5. Avoid cold beverages and food. Avoid ingesting iced beverages and foods straight from the refrigerator. The greatest sea of lymphatic tissue is in the digestive system. The body functions best at a temperature of 98.6 degrees. Healthy lymph feels like oil water and is pumped throughout the body primarily by the skeletal muscles. It needs this warm environment to remain in the healthy fluid-like state. When you eat or drink cold foods and liquids, it stuns the lymph system causing the oily water lymph to congeal into a more jello-like consistency impeding its free flowing movement throughout the body.

6. Release toxins thru Massage. Lymphatic drainage massage specifically targets the lymph system. It aids in the breaking up of congestion within the lymph system, tones and supports the lymph nodes as well as facilitates the fluid’s movement throughout the body. Massage works directly on the entire digestive system and is a powerful technique for lymphatic care. You can learn techniques such as Chi Nei Tsang, which is designed to be self-administered. Once you learn how to do it, you have a lifetime of free treatments. A deep-tissue massage is also effective in the release of the stored toxins.

Vaishali learned to transform her life after she had two terminal disease diagnoses. She is completely recovered. She is a health columnist for the Huffington Post and an international health and wellness speaker who has appeared on The Dr. Oz Radio Show and She is a speaker at the 2011 Health Freedom Expo in Long Beach and is moderating a panel on “Natural Healing in Allopathic World.” She shares her wisdom at or email

HealthKeepers Magazine March 2011

On July 4th, 2011 by Lynn Morales

The Clock Continues: Pericardium 7 PM – 9 PM

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Pericardium Time 7 PM – 9 PM

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Chinese clock bio energyDo you have a stiff neck often? Hiccups and belching leave you speechless? Suffer from irregular sleep or insomnia? Do you experience excessive emotions such as hate, lack of forgiveness, shock or hurt? If so, you may want to understand what your pericardium may be telling you.

What’s a pericardium, you ask? It’s a fluid-filled sac that surrounds the heart and prevents it from over expanding if too much blood volume is present. But in Chinese Medicine, the function of the pericardium may appear very different. It has a great role in protecting the heart emotionally as well.

For the last several months, we have been learning about our 24-hour body clock. Each month we have covered a different organ so in case you missed it, you can read it from the beginning in my prior article titled, “Is Your Hose Kinked?” Be sure to review the archives for the last couple of months to read the articles that support the rest of the body clock. So far we have covered the lungs, the large intestines, the stomach, the spleen/pancreas, the heart, the small intestines, the bladder and the kidneys.*

Each organ has its very own unique set of tasks that it performs daily at a very specific time of day similar to your daily tasks or “in-box” at work. And, just like your life, your organs have to deal with an occasional “emergency” in their day. When your body has a stressor it can impact any number of ways and in the instance of the pericardium, you may find you feel depressed or uneasy during this time of day.

The pericardium holds position number nine in the body clock. The clock starts each day at 3 AM with the lungs and passes the baton every two hours to a different organ throughout the 24-hour clock. This month, our focus will be on the pericardium which begins its daily routine at 7 PM and continues until 9 PM.

The pericardium has a number of functions including:
• Protector of emotions from emotional trauma
• Guides relationship with self and others
• Cools and moves the blood
• Pacifies the stomach
• Helps express the joy of the heart

Often the following symptoms may accompany a pericardium that is not balanced:
• Arrhythmias
• Pain and distention of breast tissue
• Uterine fibroids
• Manic behavior, depression
• Phobias, aversions
• Sexual perversion
• Hiccups and belching

There are a number of ways to address an imbalance in the pericardium such as exercises like Yoga, or Tai Chi.

We are continuing this series next month until we have covered all the organs in the 24 hour body clock. However, if you have low energy during this time or other times of the day, it could also be a food intolerance or adrenal stress. Pinpointing if this happens after you eat is a good indication of a food intolerance. If not, suspect adrenal stress in which case you could benefit greatly from my prior video release called the Tahiti Vacation Relaxation Technique.

Another way to address energy imbalances is through BodyTalk, a modality I work with in my practice. BodyTalk work can be handled in person or long distance. Click on the link to learn more about these services: BodyTalk

Schedule a session today!

Previous "The Clock Continues" posts:

*The Clock Continues: Kidney Time 5 PM – 7 PM

The Clock Continues: Bladder Time 3 PM – 5 PM

The Clock Continues: Small Intestine Time 1 PM – 3 PM

The Clock Continues: Heart Time 11 AM – 1 PM

The Clock Continues: Spleen/Pancreas Time: 9 AM – 11 AM

The Clock Continues: Stomach Time: 7 AM – 9 AM

The Clock Continues: Large Intestine Time 5 AM – 7 AM

* Is Your Hose Kinked? Introduction to series: Lung Time 3AM to 5AM


On April 24th, 2011 by Lynn Morales

Making Sense of Blood Sugar Handling

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Courtesy of: Standard Process Staff Writers

What Part Do Stress and Cortisol Play?

stressed out personWhen exposed to stress, the body initiates a chain of events (releasing stimulatory hormones) that prepare the body for either a “fight” or “flight” response.  These events, which alter metabolism, require significant energy or fuel-the body needs called glucose.

Anything that causes us to feel stress raises cortisol (referred to as the “stress hormone”) levels.  If we feel stressed on a regular basis, cortisol levels remain elevated.  This affects metabolic processes that serve to increase blood glucose levels.  Hormones affected by elevated cortisol levels include: revolving
  • Thyroid
  • Progesterone
  • Estrogen
  • Testosterone

Because one of the primary roles of cortisol is to encourage the body to refuel itself after responding to a stressor, an elevated cortisol level keeps the appetite ramped up-so stressed people will feel hungry ALL the time.

Emphasize a Healthy, Holistic Lifestyle

When it is evident you need help with blood glucose handling, you will want to address all facets of your lifestyle, including:

Stress Management

There are factors that contribute to how the body responds to a stressor:

  1. Whether there is an outlet for the stress.  Go for a run.  Talk to a friend.
  2. Whether the stress is predictable.  The more accustomed a person is to the stressor, the less pronounced the response to the stress will be.
  3. Whether there is control over the stressor.  Learn to accept those things that cannot be changed.

Stress: The Thief of Sleep

Many studies have shown that getting less than eight hours of sleep per night causes metabolic changes.  Less sleep means insufficient time for cortisol levels to drop.  An increase in cortisol decreases the ability to fall asleep as well as the amount of time the mind spends in the most restful stages of deep sleep.

To foster a good night’s sleep, exercise early in the day, be consistent with lights-out and waking times, and avoid caffeine late in the evening.  You may want to add deep-breathing techniques, meditation, or progressive muscle relaxation to sleep regimens.


Regular participation in “moderate” exercise can reduce body fat, reduce appetite, build muscle and bone, improve mental and emotional function, and stimulate the immune system.  Aerobic exercise is recommended because it makes you breathe more deeply and makes the heart work harder.  Intense exercise can be detrimental by elevating cortisol levels.


Learning what affects blood sugar handling in your body can make you feel more in control.  You probably already know to avoid carbohydrate-laden snacks and sweets, but sometimes product labeling can be deceptive.  You may not know what ingredients to watch for, like high-fructose corn syrup in sports and energy drinks.  Other things to look for are excitotoxins-substances that are believed to kill or damage nerve cells through excessive stimulation.  The biggest offenders are monosodium glutamate (MSG) and aspartame, which can both interfere with normal functioning of the endocrine system.

To level out blood sugar levels, you should eat more whole-grains foods containing fiber (whole-grain bread and fresh fruits and vegetables) and avoid refined carbohydrates like white flour, white rice, white pasta, and white sugar.  Whole grains take longer to digest due to their denseness and fiber content and won’t cause blood sugar to spike.


In addition to relieving stress, eating right, and exercising, whole food supplements and herbal products can encourage healthy blood sugar levels when combined with a healthy diet.

Cataplex® GTF

  • Supports healthy carbohydrate digestion
  • Supports healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels when already within normal ranges
  • Encourages healthy blood sugar utilization at the cellular level


  • Supports healthy sugar handling
  • Supports healthy pancreas function
  • Supports healthy bowl and gallbladder function

Gymnema 4g (MediHerb)

  • Maintains healthy blood sugar levels when combined with a balanced diet
  • Maintains normal cholesterol levels in a normal range


After you have embraced these lifestyle changes, re-evaluate the blood sugar levels.  Continue following these tips/techniques to maintain your health and wellness.  Feel free to contact me with any questions at


Please contact Lynn with any question you may have about this post.


On October 16th, 2010 by Lynn Morales

Breast Cancer and Cod Liver Oil

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By Dr. Bruce West

If you have had breast cancer, if you are at high risk for breast cancer, if you are afraid of getting breast cancer, or if you are just smart, you will take cod liver oil (CLO) for the rest of your life. Aside from being a sacred food and elixir that has profound and wonderful health benefits, CLO and its vitamin D are profoundly linked with breast cancer prevention.

In fact, one of the worlds’ leading vitamin D researchers, Dr. Cedric Garland, recently told a gathering at the Toronto School of Medicine’s “Diagnosis and Treatment of Vitamin D Deficiency” conference, that breast cancer is a disease so directly related to vitamin D deficiency that a woman’s risk of contracting the disease can be “virtually eradicated” by elevating her vitamin D status to what vitamin D scientists consider to be natural levels. To read Dr. Garland’s entire statement, go to

Garland’s statement is a little strong for me, but there is no doubt that vitamin D from cod liver oil is powerfully linked to breast cancer prevention. Because of all the attention, many women have been experimenting with vitamin D supplements. Many experience failure to raise vitamin D levels when they use dry supplements, and many get inferior supplements. Thus, many fail to get the breast cancer prevention benefits because of these issues.

As we have stated previously, there are many forms of vitamin D. And there are still many forms of vitamin D that we simply do not even know about. So it makes sense to raise your levels with the whole food that is super-rich in the whole vitamin D with all it variations. That food is Blue Ice™ Fermented Cod Liver Oil. We use it in the form of capsules, with 2-5 capsules daily being the most common dose to bring vitamin D levels back to normal.

Any woman in a high breast cancer risk category would be foolish not to use CLO as part of her cancer prevention program. It is easy, inexpensive, and provides lots of other health benefits. But make sure you use real CLO. Today almost all CLO is industrialized, which means that the vitamin D and lots of other nutrients are stripped out. Some are replaced with synthetic vitamin D, which is not what you want. So to be sure, rely on real, raw, fermented cod liver oil. It is the last of this sacred food.

Estrogen and Breast Cancer

If you are a breast cancer survivor or at a high risk for breast cancer, be sure to get your estrogen level tested. If you have an elevated estrogen level, you will need to lower this major breast cancer risk by using cruciferous vegetables. Simply take 4-6 capsules daily of Cruciferous Complete (formerly called Phytolyn) by Standard Process to help your body detoxify excess estrogen out of your system. Remember that women with the highest estrogen levels are 500% more likely to develop breast cancer or a recurrence of breast cancer than those with normal to low estrogen levels.1,2

Research by the Metametrix Institute showed that all women consuming 3.6 grams of Cruciferous Complete showed increased rates of estrogen excretion (removal of excess estrogen). You can prove this to yourself by testing and retesting your estrogen level before and after a few months of taking Cruciferous Complete. As your estrogen level drops to normal, your risk of breast cancer drops with it.

As with all things related to supplements, the research proved that the whole plant (brussels sprouts and kale) works best. Cruciferous Complete is whole, raw, organic, cruciferous brussels sprouts and kale, processed without heat or freezing, thus maintain the life force of the plant. The research proved that this type of product generated responses 100 times greater than higher dose fractionated products.3

In other words, whole food phytonutrient complexes are much more effective in absorption and conversion into the needed disease-fighting molecules. They actually produce the measurable results we are after. And as one of the major beneficial side effects of using Cruciferous Complete, this product contains flavonoids and hydroxycinnamic acids. These powerful agents are proven to help people prevent and even treat macular degeneration. Years ago we did our own study that showed that 90% of macular degeneration suffers using this product either maintained their vision with no worsening, or actually enjoyed improved vision after 6 months.4

In Conclusion

Cruciferous Complete has been proven to reduce excess estrogen, thus reducing your risk of breast cancer. Use this remarkable supplement if you have high estrogen levels. And use cod liver oil no matter what. CLO can dramatically lower your risk of breast cancer, with low cost, no side effects, no invasive procedures, and no drugs. Now that’s a protocol that you can live with.


  1. “Women, cancer and vegetable powder,” Health Alert, Vol. 25, No 10.
  2. “Estrogen and breast cancer,” Health Alert, Vol. 25, No.11.
  3. “Efficacy of dried cruciferous powder for raising the 2/16 hydroxyestrogen ratio,” Metametrix Institute, 3425 Corporate Way, Duluth, GA, 2008.
  4. “Macular Degeneration Research,” Health Alert, Vol 16, No.7.
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