The latest research into human genetics has given us great insight into the basic causes of chronic disease. Dr. J. Dunn is applying this research to create clinical applications, and she is teaching it in the language of Applied Kinesiology, so that I can help your body to truly self-heal. We do that by using nutritional support where your body is lacking nutrients due to your own genetic variants.

In 2008 Amy Yasko wrote the book Genetic Bypass which describes this process. But as astounding and wonderful as this research is, I wasn’t able to apply it to my own patients’ cases, until J Dunn used muscle testing and developed the clinical applications of genetic research. She has now taught it to myself and other doctors. She calls it Wholistic Methylation.

Beginning in 2019 I began to use Dr. Dunn’s Wholistic Methylation techniques with a select few patients and I noticed good results. Last month I studied with her again, and am applying her new techniques to more patients.

By using food supplements and herbs, we can support the enzyme activity of each of the compromised genes. Anyone who works with me on changing the expression of their genetic variants, called Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms or SNPs, can expect better energy, immune system function, mood, sleep and focus, better detoxification ability, digestion and less pain.

If you would like to join me on the journey to observe and change your genetic expression, thereby improving your health, call my office. Returning patients will need to schedule three visits to get this process started, followed by tune-up visits , then follow-up visits every 6 to 12 months. Usually fewer supplements are needed each time. New patients will need an initial visit including an AK exam and perhaps some NAET sessions to bring your basic nutrients up to speed.

In this month of celebration of International Women’s Day, March 8, we are especially looking to improve our individual health. Whether we recognize it or not, we are all involved in one big health project, especially those of us who birth the next generation. That project is the evolution of the human species. By improving the expression of our own individual genetics, we each can play a part in improving the health of our species and the planet.