Feet in the News

I had a client come for Foot Zoning who was unable to eat potatoes and also had cirrhosis of the liver. She had never drunk alcohol in her life, so it didn’t make any normal sense. However, I knew that the enzyme that breaks down the starches we eat comes almost exclusively from the parotid glands and that it’s the brain stem that tells the parotid glands to secrete it.  Then, if the parotids are not secreting enough of that enzyme to digest starches (such as potatoes ! :), the starches will sit in the duodenum and turn to alcohol, and then go right straight to the liver.  Realizing all of this, I zoned the heck out of her brain stem and parotids on her big toe while she laid off of potatoes and other heavy starches.  Within 4-5 months she could eat them again, although she continues to not overdo it.  It would also have been good to tell her about oil pulling for unclogging any clogged salivary glands.
Guess where you learn this kind of stuff?  In the Advanced FZ classes!  This was just taught in the Digestive System class the other day!  JC
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When zoning my friend and neighbor, she was telling me of the trouble she’s had in her abdomen ever since she had surgery to fix a hernia last spring.  She has been frustrated because it has still caused her pain and she has been unable to run or do her normal exercise since the surgery.  It was clear to me when I got to the surgical point on her foot because of the discomfort she manifested.  After gently, yet thoroughly working the area a bit, it felt like scar tissue to me.  I’ve only zoned her once and hadn’t anticipated anything spectacular to happen, but a few weeks after the zone, this is what she posted on social media:
“I went running!!! Haven’t been able to do that since last May & surgery. Had a foot zoning and I am back in business.”  NK

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We would like to thank Katie Watkins for the amazing art she’s done for all of our books, the Foot Zoning charts, and the anatomy coloring pages that she has drawn for our in-depth classes. Also a big thank you to Dallin Goodsell for helping us with our new foot pictures, they look great. We are so excited to be using them in our new curriculum.

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Every once in a while I’ll suddenly have a nerve or tendon in one of my feet get pinched, and it kills to walk for a few minutes or a few hours or a day.  But recently it happened and lasted for about a week.

I get zoned regularly, so I just zoned the area on my left foot that represents the muscles and tendons of the foot, and within a couple of minutes it fixed the problem that I’ve had for about a week.   AW

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When I started getting zoned I had terrible adrenal fatigue and it took quite a few zones, but my adrenals are almost completely normal now.  KC

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A young mom in my neighborhood brought her newborn baby boy over because their power was out and she needed to keep his bilirubin light machine plugged in so that he could be under the lights for his jaundice.  I zoned his little teenie feet while they were here, and he really yelped when I got to the liver and common bile duct, but the next day she took him back to the hospital for his bilirubin test, and his levels were completely normal.  AL

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About the Advanced FZ Classes:

I will tell you that I was not quite sure that I wanted to finish the program but after the last class I have LOVED the depth that I learned.  I have done 12 feet since I saw you last and found the olfactory bulb on each of them.  🙂    LD

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When I started zoning one of my clients, her feet were like an asphalt parking lot.  Now they’ve changed to be soft and nice.  What a difference in her whole the body zoning her has made!   MS

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