If you struggle to lose weight no matter how hard you try, the chances are you have a “Subclinical Syndrome”. This means the presence of a health syndrome, for which a conventional blood test indicates a negative result, due to the syndrome’s presence being too low for a positive, “Clinical” positive blood test result, but the Syndrome is nevertheless present at the “Subclinical” level. Find a practitioner today.
The unfortunate consequence is that a blood test will indicate the Thyroid, for example, is testing negative for “Clinical Hypothyroidism”, so it will be labelled as “normal”, when in fact it is very likely “Subclinical Hypothyroidism” if there is an unexplained degree of weight gain, along with an inability to lose the weight. Speak to one of our practitioners today.
Since there is no way for conventional medicine to test the presence of a “Subclinical Thyroid”, or any other “Subclinical Syndrome”, the doctor’s patient is left with the understanding that the Thyroid is “normal”, when in fact it is present is at the “Subclinical” level making it impossible to lose weight. We can establish if you have a “Subclinical Syndrome” in minutes using Kinesiology.
Which Subclinical Syndromes Result In The Inability To Lose Weight?
- A slow Thyroid, or Subclinical Hypothyroidism, and is usually genetic
- Insulin Resistance, which is the precursor to Diabetes, and is usually genetic
- An excess of the Cortisol Hormone which is caused from high stress
- Digestive Syndromes like Candida & Small Parasites, and Large Parasites or Worms