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Could scars be making you sick or keep you from healing?


First, to understand what interference fields are, we need to understand a little about our nervous system – our brain, spinal cord and all the nerves that run through our body and communicate with our brain what’s occurring inside and outside our body. Our nervous system is broken down into two very basic parts – our voluntary (which we have conscious control over) and involuntary, or autonomic nervous system (which we have no conscious control over).



The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is in charge of functions such as digestion, running our immune system, breathing, keeping our heart beating, our endocrine system, healing and that “gut feeling” we get, just to name a few. It is truly an incredible system – constantly monitoring and adjusting our internal environment. A large portion of our ANS runs through our skin via nerve fibers. Very important messages about our internal and external environment are constantly moving through these nerve fibers giving very important directions to our bodies’ systems in order to maintain homeostasis, healing and wellbeing. If these pathways become disturbed, then the important messages sometimes don’t get to the target organs or part of the body that rely on this information to function properly and stay healthy.

These disturbances are called interference fields because they interfere with the message highway that runs through our body. It’s like a roadblock that prevents important messages from reaching their target. Interference fields are things like scars, wounds, rashes, surgical scars, tattoos, and piercings. Basically, anything that creates a disruption in the skin. Even dental procedures such as root canals can create interference fields. These areas can store energy and toxins and then randomly discharge causing chaos along their pathways. This can lead to countless symptoms and chronic conditions that can’t be diagnosed through routine exams and blood work. According to Dr. Christine Schaffner,” Interference fields can be roadblocks to healing. Once identified, the body can self-regulate and heal.”


At Bioenergetic Wellness Center of Boerne we are able to help you find these active interference fields and address them in a way that allows your body to self-regulate and heal, helping you to get back to optimal wellness and vitality. Come see how we can help you take control of your own wellness. And until October 31, we will be offering initial consultations at a special discounted rate of $87. Call our office today to schedule your appointment 830-322-3022.

In Health and Vitality,

Leighan and Gabriele


Updated: Oct 12

Seed Crackers! Yum!!


Since eliminating most processed foods and snacks from my diet, I have had a difficult time satisfying my cravings for savory, crunchy snacks. That was until I discovered the lovely seed cracker. It’s so easy to make, so versatile, gluten free and crazy delicious! The basic recipe can be modified to use just about any seasoning that pleases your palate – Mexican, Italian, Indian. Whatever makes you happy!

Here’s the basic recipe:

½ cup Chia seeds

½ cup sunflower seeds

½ cup pepita seeds

1 cup water

1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp onion powder

½ teaspoon salt

1. Preheat oven to 325 F

2. In a large bowl, mix the seeds, spices and salt. Pour the water onto the seed mixture and stir until thickened. Let the mixture sit for 15-20 minutes for the chia seeds to absorb the water. Add any other herbs or spices that you like.

3. Spread the mixture onto the prepared baking sheet with a spatula until it’s about ¼ inch thick. Make it as even as possible without any holes.

4. Bake for 30 minutes.

5. Remove from over and carefully lift it onto a cutting board and slice into crackers. Flip onto the other side and place back on the backing sheet. Back for another 10-15 minutes or until dry.

6. Allow to cool completely on the pan.

7. Store in air tight container.


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Updated: Oct 12

Your digestive system is about more than what foods you eat. A well functioning digestive system is important to overall health and well-being.

Did you know, that more then 50 million Americans visit their health care providers each year due to digestive concerns?^


As people age, the level of digestive enzymes in their bodies may diminish, which can lead to poor digestion. This can have many negativ effects on the body, which may include stress on the immune system, lower ability to absorb nutritions and degreased energy levels.

Over 70 % of your immune system is in your gut, making healthy digestion key in overall wellness. Don‘t let poor digestion interfere with your day to day living. Creating healthy habits, along with supporting your diet with supplements, may help to support your digestion.

People often become accustomed to dealing with unpleasant digestive challenges, such as:

gas, occasional constipation, occasional bloating, belching, loose stool and discomfort. Here at Bioenergetic Wellness Center we have supporting high quality whole food supplements, and dietary tips, specifically designed to each individual persons need.

Call 830-322-3022 to make your appointment today, you are worthy to experience optimum wellbeing in body, mind and spirit. Bonus Fall Detox Recipe: Creamy Kale Salad


Ingredients:

3 Tbl. raw tahini

2 Tbl. Lemon juice

1 clove garlic, minced

1/4 tsp. Salt

black pepper

1 bunch kale (8 oz)

2 carrots, shredded (1cup)

1/4 red onion, chopped

1 red bell pepper, chopped

hulled pumpkin seeds, for garnish


Directions:

  1. In a large bowl, combine the tahini, lemon juice, garlic, salt and 3-4 grinds of black pepper. Add in 1 Tbl. of water and stir well until smooth and creamy.

  2. Remove the tough stems from the kale leaves, and chop them into small peace’s. Add the kale to the bowl of dressing, and stir well until the leaves are coated. Add in the shredded carrot, red onion, and bell pepper and toss again to combine.

  3. Serve right away or allow the salad to marinate in the fridge until ready to serve. Sprinkle seeds over the top just before serving for some added crunch.

  4. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up ti 3 days.


This salad served 2 and is a great make ahead option because kale is sturdy enough to be stored in the fridge without getting too soggy, even when dressed.

We are not diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any disease. Non of our statements have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. ^ National Institudes of Health, US Department of Health and Human Services 2009 NIH Publication 08-6514^ Excerpt Standard Process inc. 2019 L00048 11/19



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