90 Day Optimize Wellness & Nutrition Report 

DIGITAL COACH

Microbiome Resistance Education

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Bacteria

A population of microorganisms that colonize the body. Some are beneficial (‘friendly bacteria’) as they protect us from environmental hazards as well as allowing us to absorb nutrients.

Example Sources

Ground Beef, raw milk, canned foods, public water, packaged meats, deli items, raw seafood, doorknobs.


Potential Side Effects

Fever, chills, infrequent urination, vomiting, rapid pulse or breathing, diarrhea.


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Probiotics, aloe vera, turmeric, apple cider vinegar, green tea, nuts, seeds, cranberry juice. Heavy greens such as Spirulina and Kamut grass.


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Fungus

Originates from spores hatched from mold.

Example Sources

Candida

Ringworm

Skin infections (athletes foot, jock itch, etc.)


Potential Side Effects

Exhaustion, sweet cravings, white coat on tongue, UTI, joint pain, sinus infection

Peeling, itching, redness, burning, blisters.

Red patch, typically in circular form, scaly and sometimes raised.


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Fermented veggies, kefir, unsweetened cranberry juice, kale, spinach, coconut oil, milk thistle, Vit C, probiotics.

Coconut, garlic, apple cider vinegar, cloves, cinnamon, salmon, ginger and topical treatments.

Onions, garlic, nuts, seeds, oats and topical treatments. Sometimes antibiotics are necessary, should be last resort.


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Molds / Spores

Foreign bodies that can hatch within the body causing the spread of fungi. They can come from poorly maintained cookware, ceilings of damp wardrobes, pets and soil.

Example Sources

High humidity environment, poor ventilation, moisture.


Potential Side Effects

Itchy and watery eyes, wheezing, coughing, dry, scaly skin and aggravate asthma .


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Ginger, radishes, garlic, onions, cilantro, basil, oregano, turmeric, black walnut, seeds, cayenne pepper, cinnamon


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Parasites

Essential to life and outnumber our cells. Some produce substances that the body is unable to make, such as essential amino acids and some vitamins. Others are challenging when they move to places where they should not be.

Example Sources

Contaminated food or water, imbalanced gut flora


Potential Side Effects

Fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, GI issues, vomiting, heartburn, loss of appetite.


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Black walnut, wormwood, olive leaf, oregano oil, grapeseed oil extract, clove oil, horseradish.


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Post Virus

The trace left from a virus that is no longer infectious.

Example Sources

Active virus that is subsiding, but has not fully cleared.


Potential Side Effects

Long term fatigue, muscle weakness, lingering cough or congestion, aches and soreness.


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Kiwi, yogurt (Probiotics), garlic, cloves, honey, ginger, zincrich foods such as meat, seafood, peanuts, and green tea.


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Virus

Non-living particles that insert themselves into bacteria to cause viral infections.

Example Sources

Spread via touch, breathing, saliva or insects, food, water


Potential Side Effects

Coughing, sneezing, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, inflammation, fatigue, cramping


Cleansing Whole Food Sources

Blueberries, beets, cabbage, kale, garlic, lemons, seaweed, flaxseed, celery, avocados, apples, Spirulina, cranberries.


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