Muscle Testing Frequently Asked Questions- Part II


Q: Why do I always have to take alfalfa?

A: Alfalfa (Medicago Sativa) is a perennial herb from the pea family that is probably best known as a type of grass that cattle eats. Alfalfa is a rich source of many vitamins and minerals, high in chlorophyll and contains eight essential amino acids. We use it to balance your electrolytes because it has a 2:1 ratio of potassium to sodium, which is what is needed to help fuel the cells in your body. Without gas, a car doesn’t run, and without electrolytes, the same is true for you. Your kidneys work to keep the levels constant in your blood despite the changes that occur daily in your body. If your electrolytes are out of balance, you may experience fatigue, high blood pressure, headaches, sinus trouble, shortness of breath, or muscle weakness. They can especially become depleted if you participate in sports, exercise, or are ill.

It's always good to have some alfalfa with you, because it works great on a headache and is much better for you than reaching for medication, and is healthier than electrolyte drinks which are often high in sugar. 

About Marge

Marge has been working in the Nutrition Field since 1984. She has over 30+ years experience working with vitamins, minerals, herbs and dietary adjustments to help others achieve the best quality of life. She has come through with success at times when traditional medicine failed. Joined forces with medical MD for 5 years to successfully proove that supplements can improve negative blood work numbers and help people achieve quality health in their lives. Founded Professional Nutrition Services in 1984, Created the Webster Village Holistic Health Center in 2013. Loves performing wedding ceremonies as an Non-Denominational Minister and offers Health, Life and Marriage Coaching.

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