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If you’re a health professional who wants to go above and beyond to create lasting health for your clients and patients, welcome!
Designed2Win® is where you’ll find the first objectively-measured health model, something that has been lacking in today’s health care system, which is based instead on a disease model. Objectivity in this new health model is provided through chemistry.
Designed2Win is guided by a philosophy that is supportive of the objectives of any healer physician, but differs greatly from the general practices of medicine. It delivers long-term health answers where answers may not have previously been available.
Designed2Win will assist you in understanding health and how the practice of health differs from the traditional practices of medicine or dentistry. It is not intended to replace these traditional practices, but to enhance the outcome.
What we offer will dramatically change your view of health and how to deliver it.
If you’ve ever had a client or patient report to you with 20 or more symptoms – something far too common – you can ease the burden you feel of prescribing too many drugs by first grouping those symptoms in six categories of homeostatic control, then addressing each of those six categories through dietary and lifestyle support to what you see the body trying to accomplish through chemistry.
Health using the Designed2Win model requires ONLY that both the consumer and provider of health keep their focus on ways to support the body’s winning design. To do this, the entire health team must adopt the attitude that the body is indeed made by design…and that it is designed to win, NOT to lose!
Once you’ve understood and accepted this reality, you will begin to see out-of-range chemistry in a totally different way.
Rather than seeing a flawed human body in need of a named illness and prescription, the data is seen as the best strategy that the body could come up with at that given moment in time to meet all of the challenges presented to it. When the challenges are severe, the data may show that the body is simply trying to hang on, but with the intent of surviving nevertheless. Under this premise, the goal is to not just treat the disease label, but to identify the challenge and find ways to support the body’s effort to meet the challenge.
Medicine, and the science behind it, is geared toward emulating the mechanisms of the human body. In other words it strives to imitate or even improve upon a particular action, or to counter a particular action of disease or infective agent. This approach has proven itself ideal in an emergency situation, in longer-term crises care, and in the management of chronic disease.
Traditional medicine dictates to the body to bring about as quick a fix as possible.
Designed2Win strives to support the body in all of its winning ways.
This means that the effort you make to support and instruct your clients and patients today, can play a preventative role tomorrow.
Designed2Win isn’t simply the first objectively measured health model – it’s also your guide for thinking about health in a way that makes sense of the constant flow of research findings that cross your desk. Once you start to view the body in this way, you can begin to plug each new report into the whole picture and make sense of it. It’ll allow you to understand when data appears conflicting and give you more confidence in how to proceed.
Designed2Win’s 3 Basic Steps
Step 1: You first understand, to the finest degree possible, just how the human body works from the standpoint of systems and cellular function. Viewing the body in this manner allows you to establish the state of cell health.
Step 2: You make sense of what the body is telling you about how it is responding to challenges. Some data is gathered from symptoms, but many of the finer details are gathered from listening in to the body’s private conversation with itself – in the form of chemistry. Obtaining and evaluating the right chemistry profile allows you to reveal the complete picture of all the challenges the body is faced with and its primary self-correcting mechanisms.
Chemistry is seen as the language that the body uses to give itself instruction for handling all of the challenges presented to it…always with the intent of winning. So, no matter how unusual or out-of-range the data may appear, what the chemistry reveals is nevertheless the very best strategy that the body could come up with at the moment to successfully meet all of those challenges…and always with the attitude of keeping your client or patient going long enough to win.
Step 3: After putting all the data together you then find the best possible way to support all that the body is trying to accomplish. You’ll learn to organize the symptoms into categories that reflect the self-correcting mechanisms for cell health. Rather than seeing a multitude of separate diseases and symptoms, this new method allows you to see the common denominators of disease and the body as a whole.
Applying the Designed2Win process in your health practice allows you to ultimately get at the cause of your client’s health problems while you continue to apply your customary protocol.
Designed2Win allows you to enhance your treatment outcomes no matter what the diagnosis.
How Do You Get Started?
There is both an art and a science to Designed2Win, and we teach both.
Study and Learn
We have a variety of written and recorded items that will enhance your understanding of the concepts of Designed2Win. All of these can be obtained from us through the store on this website:
The ART of Designed2Win
To understand the health model, read and listen to:
- The Designed2Win blog
- The Health Realities Journal – Free Radical Therapy series
- The Health Realities Journal – Toxic Footprints series
- The Health Realities Journal - Detox Essentials series
- Vitamin D: Health Panacea or Killer?
- Other Health Realities Journal issues
- Health Talk Newsletter back issues
- Heart Talk Newsletter back issues
The SCIENCE of Designed2Win through Free Radical Therapy
To learn about the science of Free Radical Therapy, read and listen to: