Balance Your Hormones
1. You decided to commit to the Balance Your Hormones Program! Congratulations! This is most the important step in the entire program.
It's time to take back your health!
2. Dr Carr will contact you to set up the Initial 30 Minute Consultation to go over your goals, history, and cover the 4 Doctors Approach to Self-Care!
3. You fill out the needed questionnaires and contact information.
4. You will be sent a DUTCH Complete lab test.
5. You will complete lab and send it in.
6. Once Dr. Carr receives the lab results (normally with 2 weeks), he will contact you via email to set up the 2nd Consultation (in person, phone, etc.)
7. In the 2nd Consultation Dr. Carr will go over your lab results, individualized diet plan, supplements, movement recommendations, and answer any questions you may have. (approximately 60 minutes).
8. You begin the 6 month Balance Your Hormones Program! You will receive a weekly email, text, or call to help encourage you to reach your goal.
9. By the time you have completed Balance Your Hormones Program, you should be well on your way to restored health and increased energy! This will be a great start to the new you!
Blood Test Marker Optimal Ranges
Free T4 Thyroxine 1.0-1.5ng/dl; 12.9-19.3 pmol/l
Free T3 Triidothyronine 3.0-4.5 pg/ml; 4.61-6.91 pmol
TPO Ab 0-10
Thyroglobulin Ab 0.0-0.9
Iron, serum 60-110 ug/dl; 10.7-19.7 umol
Hemoglobin 13.5-15 g/dl; 135-150 g/l
Ferritin 30-220 ng/dl; 30-220 ug/l
Albumin 4.1-4.8 g/dl; 41-48 g/l
Calcium 9.1-9.8 mg/dl; 2.27-2.45 mmol
Zinc plasma 90-135 ug/dl; 14-21umol/l
Copper serum 70-110 ug/dl; 11.0-17.3 umol/l
Ceruloplasmin 20-45 mg/dl; 200-450 mg/l
Vitamin D 25 hydroxy 30-80 ng/ml; 100-225 nmol/l
Dr. Carr will help you understand your Comprehensive Thyroid Panel and what naturalstrategies you can take to optimize function!
Overcome Food Sensitivites
Overcome Food Sensitivities
in 90 Days Includes:
-Don't Guess, Test
"The Gold Standard for Food Sensitivity Testing"
-170 Foods/Chemicals Tested
-Identify your “reactive” foods
-Identify your safest foods
-Receive a MRT Packet
-Discover the best foods and drinks for you
-Get precise nutritional recommendations base off your lab results
-Learn the best times
to eat for you
-Get Access to Practitioner Grade Supplements
Dr. Darrell Carr, ND, FDN, ABC
NCAA National Champion
"I'll help you through
your 90 days..."
By giving you vital information needed to improve blood sugar, liver, immune, gut function, which will lead you
Your Food Sensitivities...
Serotonin an inhibitory neurotransmitter, often referred to as the master neurotransmitter, that plays a role in sleep cycle, depression, anxiety, carbohydrate cravings, and PMS.
Dopamine is our focus or joy related neurotransmitter. When dopamine is either elevated (inefficient) or low, symptoms of poor focus or memory, attention issues or poor stress response can be noted.
Norepinephrine an excitatory neurotransmitter that is responsible for stimulatory processes in the body. Norepinephrine also converts epinephrine. This neurotransmitter can cause anxiety at elevated excretion levels, as well as some "mood dampening" effects. Low levels of norepinephrine are associated with low energy and decreased focus ability. Elevated norepinephrine levels can also cause elevated blood pressure.
Epinephrine an excitatory neurotransmitter involved in the body's "fight or flight" response and regulates brain functions such as metabolism, heart rate, and blood pressure. This neurotransmitter will often be elevated when hyperactivity or anxiety is present. Long-term over-stimulation can cause epinephrine levels to be depleted. Epinephrine also regulates heart rate and blood pressure.
Norepi/Epi Ratio The Norepinephrine to epinephrine ratio is calculated to determine the amount of adrenal (our stress organ) fatigue or over-use that is present. Levels between 3-6 are found to be optimal. Levels less than 3 are indicative of stress whether it is emotional or physical. Ratios above 6 are indicative of fatigue. Often, this ratio will be high if the body needs more of the correct form of folic acid (methylation).
GABA an inhibitory neurotransmitter that is often referred to as "nature's valium-like substance".
Glutamate is an excitatory or stimulating neurotransmitter that is reflective of stress. It plays a role in focus. If Glutamate is elevated, one should check labels of foods that are being consumed since MSG (monosodium glutamate) and the many names that it is called as a food additive can be the culprit. Excess glutamate levels can cause significant anxiety, restlessness, sleep cycle disturbances, tics, migraines and headaches. The body will excrete more glutamate when serotonin is low as well.
Histamine is a stimulating neurotransmitter that plays a role in responding to inflammation or allergy. Low levels of histamine are indicative of fatigue.
Creatinine determines whether the sample submitted is viable for testing (hydration/dehydration).
21 Day Candida Free Challenge
Do you suffer from Candida? If so, I've put together a
simple - straightforward -seven step approach
to help your body battle Candida!
This game-plan also includes 2 bottles of Candida Free,
a powerful herbal / enzyme combination to help combat Candida!"
6 Month VAX Detox Wellness Coaching Program with Dr. Darrell Carr, ND, FDN
Involves lifestyle and nutrition recommendations
*Recommended functional lab testing and supplementation if needed.