Recommended Protein intake numbers according to age

How much protein is too much protein?  Are you confused on the amount you should take in and the source?

Plant based or Animal Based?

Here are a few guidelines set by the the Institute of Medicine at the National Academy of Sciences:

Adequate Intake (AI) and Recommended Dietry Allowances (RDAs):

0-6 months: 9.1 grams

6 months to 1 year: 13.5 grams

1-3 Years: 13 grams

4-8 Years: 19 grams

9-13 Years: 34 grams

Males 14-18 years: 52 grams

Males 19+ years: 56 grams

Females 14 years+ years: 46 grams

Pregnant and Lactating Women: 71 grams

Why do we need Protein? What can they do for us?

*building blocks of the immune system, keeps the system functioning properly.

* Helps your body produce enzymes

*Helps maintain healthy skin, hair, and nails.

INADEQUATE Protein intake can lead to:

* Fatigue and Weakness

*Frequent infections

*Slow growth and development in children

*muscle wasting/Weight loss

The impact of cooking, storing and processing proteins can make proteins resistant to digestive enzymes.  Overcooking foods containing protein can destroy heat sensitive amino acids like Lysine.  Eliminating the microwave as a cooking method is so very important to your health!

Urinary tract Info and Suggested Natural healing approach

Urinary tract Info:
Commonly also call bladder infections. There is a disturbance in the bacterial flora that protects the urinary track and anabiotic’s lead to reoccurring infections.

Doubling probiotics such as L. Acidophilus is highly recommended. At least 20 billion CFU’s. 50-100Billion CFU’s would be more beneficial and HIGHLY recommended.

Acidity levels are too high in the body when the pH is disrupted there is fermentation of vaginal glycogen to lactic acid. Alkalinity is Key, must add more Green into the diet. ORGANIC EATING is SO Very IMPORTANT!!!

Eliminating of dairy, yeast, and soy products are recommended to rebalance pH. Limiting grains, sugar, caffeine, and alcohol, and refined carbohydrates.
At least 64 oz water a day. Decaffeinated tea counts as water. Eliminate food allergens. Allergy Blood work is your best Road map to gut and immune support and healing.  Blood Tests are available and easy!

Recommended foods:
Use healthy cooking oil such as olive oil (don’t heat olive oil) or coconut oil.
Eat Less red meats and more lean meats such as fish, but no soy.
High fiber foods include beans root vegetables such as yams or sweet potatoes and psyllium husk.
Antioxidant rich foods including vegetables like bell peppers and squash.
**Fruit in the morning including cranberries, blueberries,and cherries. If you’re going to drink juice make sure that it is unsweetened. Please eat your fruit, better for you unless you are juicing. Best for digestion if fruit is first thing in the morning and by itself or for your first snack, eaten alone.**

Recommended Vitamins:
Probiotics and digestive enzymes ALWAYS!! Double if taking antibiotics!
Multi Vitamin
Vit D: 2000-4000 IU
Fish oils 1000mg and or Flax seed, 3x a day. Could go up to 6000mg
Super Greens
Amino Acids
Vit C: 1000mg a day
Grape seed oil 100-300mg
Magnesium 200-300mg 3x a day
Zinc: 30mg a day

Recommended Botanicals:
Cranberry
Aloe Vera: up to 32oz per day
Gotu Kola is great extract tea to help balance pH. 60-120mg
Uva Ursi ( upland cranberry or bearberry) is a powerful antiseptic herb.
Dried leaves or tea: 1.5-4.0 (1-2 tsp)
Goldenseal herb has antimicrobial agents. Dried root or tea: 1-2g

Other herbs that are recommended: green tea, cats claw, milk thistle, and reishi mushroom.

Digestive enzymes are a Must especially if you don’t have a Gall Bladder

Digestive Enzymes
Panplex-2 Phase   Integrative Therapeutics
60 count $15.20     180 count $43.40

Are you functioning without a Gall Bladder?  Have you had it removed or any other parts missing due to surgery? Yes, you can live without them, but it hinders your health.  Each organ has a specific roll, and we MUST supplement to help our bodies do what it should naturally.  Especially as we age, we lose 50% HCL every decade, then lose the ability to make more the next decade of our lives.  This is one reason why it’s harder to loss weight as we get older.  Our body simply can’t do it without help.  This is a picture of a current client who started taking digestive enzymes and in a few short days she began to process the food she was eating.  No more “food babies” as I have heard it referred to as, the bloat and pain become so much less.

Panplex 2-Phase is a dual-action formula that provides support for both the gastric and intestinal phases of digestion.† This dual-phase supplement provides support for more complete digestion in both the stomach and intestinal tract. Panplex 2-Phase combines pancreatic enzymes with hydrochloric acid and pepsin for healthy digestion support.† Phase I gastric support includes hydrochloric acid and pepsin.† Phase II intestinal support includes pancreatin and bile salts in a delayed-release matrix designed to protect against deactivation of enzymes by stomach acids.

Servings Per Container: 90
Take 1 or 2 tablets three times daily with meals, or as recommended by your healthcare professional.
Do not chew. Not recommended for use if peptic ulcer, gastritis or heartburn is present.
Serving Size: 2 Tablets
Amount Per Serving
PHASE I
Betaine HCl … 320mg
Pepsin … 220mg 
(Concentrate)
L-Glutamic Acid HCl … 200mg
PHASE II
Pancreatin USP … 168mg    
(6X Concentrate)
Amylase (25, 200 USP units)
Protease (25, 200 USP units)
Lipase (2, 016 USP units)
Ox Bile Extract … 130mg

Other Ingredients: dicalcium phosphate, modified cellulose, stearic acid, calcium carbonate, cellulose, cottonseed oil, magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide.
This Product Does Not Contain
-artificial coloring
-artificial flavoring
-corn
-dairy products
-gluten
-preservatives
-salt
-soy
-sugar
-yeast-wheat
-this product contains natural ingredients; color variations are normal