New frontiers offering hair analysis for optimal health


Robin Clifton performs live cell and hair analysis at New Frontiers.

By Pamela Dozois

Contributing writer

Nutrition consultant Robin Clifton has once again been invited to the New Frontiers Natural Marketplace where she will perform hair analysis for a four week engagement starting July 5. Hair analysis can help determine if a person’s environment or eating habits are affecting their overall health and well-being. . Each meeting lasts one hour. In just 15 minutes, she will analyze hair samples using non-invasive German technology and provide a 45-minute consultation with recommendations, as well as a personalized 37-page nutritional wellness report to report to. the House.

Clifton is a Certified Esthetician, Certified Phlebotomist, with a Bachelor of Science in Holistic Nutrition.

“Hair is a biomarker that contains a lot of personal information at a quantum epigenetic level,” Clifton said. “Epigenetic mapping has the potential to free you from your genetic limitations. By figuring out what our bodies need to maintain optimal health, we can take a different path, where our genetic inheritance no longer controls us. We become autonomous and masters of our own destiny.

Clifton explained that hair analysis is an accumulation of information over 90 days regarding the well-being of your body, including the liver.

“I have had over 1,300 hair scans and without making a medical complaint I started to see a pattern that indicates people may not be paying attention to their livers,” Clifton said. “Your liver is constantly being affected, minute by minute, by toxins, molds, bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi. These can affect the underlying well-being of your body. We can learn a lot about the state of our body by looking at our hair follicles.

“If you have fatty liver disease, and most people have it, it can wreak havoc on the immune system,” Clifton explained. “When the liver is not clean, it produces ‘dirty blood’ and can cause type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol problems. The liver is a very important organ. Not only does it cleanse the blood, but it also stores fat soluble vitamins, such as A, D, E, K, and B12. The liver controls the fluidity of the blood and regulates the mechanisms of blood clotting. It also converts the products of protein metabolism into urea for excretion by the kidneys, so it is extremely important that you have a clean liver. When the liver is clean it is functioning optimally, as expected, so the good things you do daily will then be treated properly and the body will balance itself in a natural way.

Four strands are removed from the base of the neck. Hair samples are digitally processed and sent over a secure internet connection to a technology hub in Hamburg, Germany, where a supercomputer maps the epigenetic information. Based on these results, the tested person will receive a report that includes nine categories of well-being, covering over 800 individual influences; a list of dietary restrictions to be excluded from your diet for 90 days; a list of food additives to be avoided and common information on additives; a 90 day wellness plan, including nutrients, water and lifestyle; a list of foods to increase or add to your consumption; and self-check sheets to help you track your progress.

The report provides information regarding your adrenal glands, emotions, sleep, detox, fat metabolism, and more. It shows which foods can cause certain sensitivities. The EMF page provides information on all frequencies that may be of concern to the immune system, such as; cell phone, microwave, 5G, cell towers, solar and electric batteries. The report also includes personalized information on topics such as vitamins and minerals, fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidants, environmental challenges such as chemicals and hydrocarbons, radiation and toxic metals. The Resistance Indicators page provides information about bacteria, fungi, mold / spores, parasites, viruses and post-viruses present in your body.

“We don’t do medicine. I can’t tell you what virus you have. We work with epigenetic cues which include the experiences of our ancestors, our current diets and lifestyles, as well as our thoughts and beliefs. Beliefs and thoughts have a direct effect on our emotions and overall well-being. By understanding some of the epigenomic influences, we can change diets and lifestyle to optimize gene expression and its impact on our daily performance. I can then recommend supplements and foods, which correct the test result, ”Clifton said. “The test is a great way to show your overall health and to see if your body is nutritionally balanced.

For more information, including costs, or to make an appointment, call Clifton at 949-439-8083.

The New Frontiers Natural Market is located at 1984 Old Mission Dr., Solvang.


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