DayStar Natural Leads the Way to Wellness from the Inside Out
Apr 29, 2017 02:26PM
● By Gisele Rinaldi Siebold
Everyone is a unique individual, and the human body is remarkable, in and of itself. The cutting-edge techniques employed by Kathy Stricker, board-certified naturopath and founder of DayStar Natural, enable her to determine exactly what each individual needs. Based upon this approach, a customized nutritional program is designed specifically for each client, using the principles of whole food nutrition, with the goal of bringing the body back into balance.
Consultations are provided for children, teens, adults, pregnant women, those undergoing in-vitro fertilization and geriatrics. “Since people are not one-size-fits-all, neither is our process,” notes Stricker. “At DayStar Natural, we provide individualized consultations so that clients can stop spinning their wheels and wasting money trying to figure out why they don’t feel well.”
Nutrition Response Testing involves the measurement of a client’s neurological reflexes using known acupuncture points that correlate directly to the regulatory functions of each and every organ in the body. It is an all-natural approach to evaluating the body and promoting improved health and continued wellness. “The techniques that we use help the human body get well, and the organs to become strong from the inside out, rather than the outside in,” explains Stricker.
Supporting the body’s job of healing many common conditions, such as fatigue, allergies, headaches, menopausal symptoms, joint pains, obesity, hair loss and skin conditions, begins with proper nutrition. As a Certified Nutritional Consultant, Stricker makes recommendations for food choices, as well as supplements that are assimilated into the body like food, according to a client’s health improvement needs.
Heart Rate Variable Testing is a tool unique to wellness assessment and improvement, effective at optimizing the client’s nutrition, energy level and vitality, and therefore his or her overall physical and emotional well-being.
Based on the results of an analysis, dietary suggestions are confidently recommended, and quantum-state phytonutrient supplements aimed at encouraging the body to heal itself are carefully selected. These supplements are capable of producing a rapid shift in each of the target organs and body systems to a state of ideal health. DayStar Natural carries a full line of nutritional supplements, essential oils and other wellness products. Any product that is recommended for a health improvement plan is available for purchase on-site. Through regular follow up office visits, the effectiveness of the recommended suggestions are assessed and any necessary adjustments are made.
Another available service is voice bioanalysis technique. The voice is used to gauge the health of a client’s potentially stressed or weakened organs or systems throughout the body. In addition, ionic foot detox baths, as well as therapeutic and lymphatic massage therapy, provide further support for the body. Another modality is aromatherapy, the topical application of carefully
selected and blended essential oils. Furthermore, Flower Essence Therapy uses remedies resembling “a bouquet of liquid flowers” that positively influence emotions and promote a healthy sense of well-being. Stress, either physical or mental, can result in stagnant emotions, and negative responses that have been trapped unconsciously in the organs are released.
With a mission to provide quality natural health care to the immediate community and beyond, Stricker works to educate, to lead and to change the course of health care as an advocate of good nutrition. “Optimum health is a real choice that stems from an improved diet,” enthuses Stricker. “We strive to empower and encourage communities of people to take action to improve their health proactively, in order to prevent the ravages of disease and sickness. Becoming well from the inside out is not only possible, it is truly a way of life.”
Gisele Rinaldi Siebold is a contributing writer to Natural Awakenings Lancaster-Berks edition. Connect with her at [email protected]