Tx Genetic can help you listen to your body. It's natural to feel down when you experience recurring or chronic health issues. As difficult as symptoms can be, they are important clues that point to specific environmental influences and/or genetic mutations. Once these variables are identified, you have knowledge that can enable you to make informed choices about your well-being.
Tx Genetic can share insight about epithelial-related puzzles. Conditions that are inadequately or impermanently addressed by conventional prescriptions or over-the-counter medicines can leave you feeling isolated and self-doubting. Understanding the association between perplexing symptoms and genetic variants provides confidence that there are rational explanations for your experiences and that you are not alone or crazy.
Tx Genetic can help you understand your unique genetic make-up. If you decide to obtain a genetic test, Tx Genetic will explain in accessible terms what variants you possess and how they may be influencing the health of your epithelium specifically or your body generally.
Tx Genetic focuses on 1) establishing the genetic and environmental basis for
persistent mucosa-related problems, along with developing an understanding of other health issues, 2) on identifying the nutritional and biochemical deficiencies, and genetic variants, that may be contributing to your mucosa, and other health, issues, and 3) suggesting nutritional solutions unique to each person's genetic heritage and biochemical balance. This "tissue systems" orientation to health and wellness represents a breakthrough approach in nutritional genomics.
Health and Genetic Consultation
Do you attend or coordinate community meetings focused on health and wellness? Are you curious about the genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors that can contribute to disjunctive mucosa? Helen C. Harrison, M.A., is available to speak on the following topics:
"Meet Your Inside Skin"
Find out about epithelial mucosa -- what it is, what role it plays in the body, how it can be damaged and how its health can be supported.
"The Smog You Eat"
Learn how aromatic hydrocarbons, one of the biochemical components of petroleum products and of fruits and vegetables, enters our bodies through inhalation, ingestion and absorption, and can cause toxic damage.
"Stealthy Signs and Quiet Clues"
Discover the easily overlooked symptoms that can suggest how a process of soft tissue degradation may impact your well-being.
Please contact Ms. Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 951-438-5531 to arrange a guest lecture appearance.
How'd She Do It?
Harrison started her Journey back toward health in 2014 by investigating the genetic and environmental forces causing her to develop interstitial cystitis. She eventually identified the diet and nutritional influences that considerably reduced her pain and vastly improved her functioning.
This lead her to a more complete understanding of the factors affecting epithelial mucosa tissue decline generally and realized by 2016 this could have a potential impact on 1/4 of the North American population.
Harrison is a former university faculty member with 17 years of teaching and research experience. Her graduate training was in the history of science and the humanities. She left her academic position in 2016 to fulfill her mission of sharing her discovery with everyone in need.
Her personable style, and accessible and animated presentations, result in an enjoyable and informative experience for participants. Harrison is a diligent health and nutrition researcher and is motivated to share her insights with others. She is not a licensed medical doctor or genetic counselor.
Resolving a chronic health concern can elude the ability of even the best medical professionals. A delay in finding the proper understanding of a condition can seriously impact the lives of sufferers as well as of their families. Many people share similar frustrating stories of fruitless attempts to find a resolution to their issues.
Helen Harrison followed the same path with her interstitial cystitis. She now understands to help people one needs to listen closely, sometimes think outside the box and apply the proper investigative tools:
1) Ask many questions and obtain as much clarifying and defining information as possible,
2) Research broadly to identify many possible health-impacting biochemical categories,
3) Dive deeply into a genetic report and published research to obtain a list of possible affecting genetic variants,
4) Compile a list of known disease associations with symptoms along with the diagnostic criteria for those genes,
5) Suggest nutritional and dietary changes that may be helpful for health, if relevant, and
6) Deliver report to customer who can pursue diagnostic and treatment procedures with health care providers.
What Tx Genetic Can Do For You.