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Prevention PLUS+ How To Be Healthy While Living In A Toxic World

Tamara Sachs, M.D. is a specialist in Functional and Integrative care from New Medford, Connecticut. She graduated with honors from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine in 1988 at Saint Raphael Hospital and Yale New Haven Hospital. She studied Naturopathy in France for three years and also worked as an Emergency room doctor for four more years before starting her private practice in 1991. She is currently a graduate member of the Institute of Functional Medicine and has over a decade experience in clinical nutrition. She has served on numerous medical boards, including the Scientific Advisory Board of WomanHeart.org, the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease.

   

The follwing notes were taken from Roworx at Tamara Sachs event on January 13th at The Atrium Hotel in Irvine, Ca.

What is the meaning of DETOX:

The fact is… we actually ‘Detox’ everyday. Our bodies are constantly excreting energy from food and making waste in return… we do this all the time. There are an average of 96 chemicals found in our bodies at any given point of our lives. However, through good nutritional manipulation we can rid the body of most of these toxins and overcome genetics.

                                           Excess Toxins Vs. Nutritional Intake

We need to minimize toxins taken into the body everyday in order to battle chronic fatigue, pain, and other multi-system illnesses. Too many toxins in the body can lead to memory loss, ringing in the ears, mood swings, negative effects on speech, and even cancer. Toxins have many toxicities: Free radicals intake, direct DNA damage, blockage of important enzyme systems and mineral functions, and causing our muscles and joints to become inflamed. Our body reacts to these toxins by using up lots of energy just to keep stable everyday!

Precautionary Principle Law … Europe Vs. U.S.A.

What About Organic Foods?

Organic gardens: 20 of 29 fertilizers contain carcinogenics! For example: KFC has the highest levels of carcenegenics. Lead in Cocoa. Lead in Red Lipstick!

Low levels of chemicals in the body may have a reaction and are ironically more harmful effect than lower levels.

*Xeno Biotics act like or block hormones. Petrochemicals, Teflon, BPA… found in reciept paper, Parabens in bathroom/ shower/ lotion products, and swordfish are all sources of bad chemicals that can enter the body very easily!

Animals/ Mammals

*Frogs and fish are having an increasing number of birth defects.

*Testicular cancer is up 60% from 50 years ago!

THE GAME PLAN:

Decrease overall exposure of toxins and provide a complete balanced nutritional support. Support a healthy GI tract!

   

What Can We Do To Fight These Chemicals?

Have Good Effective Liver Function And Eat More Chrolophyl, Cruciferous Veggies, And More (9-13 servings)  Raw Fruits And Vegetables And Take Juice Plus… The Next Best Thing To Fruits And Vegetables!!!

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Jack Nunn

Jack started rowing in 1996 for Long Beach Juniors and made the 1997 Junior National Team Selection Camp. He went on to star for four years at UC Berkeley, winning four Pac-10 championships and three IRA National Championships. Jack was a member of the first ever undefeated Pac-10 and IRA National Champion Freshman 8 in 1998 and repeated the feat by going unbeaten in 1999. Jack helped his varsity 8 place second at the Henley Royal Regatta in 1999 in the Ladies Plate Challenge Cup in London, England Jack also played two seasons with the Cal Ice Hockey Team before graduating in 2001 with his Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Communications. Jack created Roworx after winning numerous medals in various events on the international stage. He was a gold medalist in 2007 at the first ever Concept 2 Team Indoor Rowing challenge, held in Essen, Germany. In 2006, he took silver at the Masters Nationals Open Single Event. As a member of the US Rowing National Team from 2001-2004 he placed second at the 2003 Pan American Trials in double sculls and had an outstanding 2002 that saw him claim a gold medal in Senior 8 and a silver medal in the Elite Double at the US Nationals. He was also a silver medalist in 2001 in the Nations Cup (now the U23 World Championships) 8 in Ottenshiem, Austria. In 2008 and 2009 Jack competed in two international Ironman competitions in Nice, France and Florianopolis, Brazil. Jack is also the son of John Nunn, 1968 Olympics (Mexico City) Bronze Medalist in the double sculls event with partner Bill Maher.
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