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35th Anniversary

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Options Center for Health and Education is going strong at 35 years. We continue our mission to help people get healthy. Enjoy this infographic with some events over the 35 years.

Hints From Helen


March 8, 2017 – Opportunity to Make Radical Changes for the Better How could our children be effected by the current property tax freeze suggested by Governor Jim Rauner? By freezing property taxes our schools income could be adversely effected. How can we make this potential challenge an opportunity for beneficial change?  If a school’s …

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Thank You For Your Referrals!


So many of you have had major positive changes in your health (both physical and mental) since starting to work with us. Why not spread the word to friends and family? Did you know that for each new person you refer that becomes a client, you will get a $10 coupon?  You can use that …

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Functional (Saliva) Tests


Functional Tests (Saliva Tests) – Can show areas in need of help 5-10 years before diagnosis often explaining reasons for symptoms. Additional tests may be suggested. Information is used for supplementation and nutritional recommendations. Adrenal Stress Index The human adrenal gland does not secrete its steroid hormones at a constant level throughout the day. The …

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Individualized Stress Reduction Sessions

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Intelligent responsibility for your personal health and well-being belongs to you. If you are ready to take that responsibility, Helen can assist you with your physical, emotional, and attitude goals. Body Personalized approach to healthy nutrition, exercise, weight control, improved immune system, increased energy level, reversal of allergies and yeast infections, and slowing down of …

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Hair Analysis

Hair analysis (Trace Mineral Analysis or TMA) is a test in which a small sample of hair is sent to a lab for evaluation of a person’s mineral content. This test can detect mineral imbalances and provide a person with information about the minerals that are lacking or excessive, including toxic minerals. Especially significant factors …

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AMAS TEST- Cancer cell levels


According to the American Cancer Society, almost 563,000 people in the USA will die of malignancy. The results from a national survey indicate that Americans are not making optimal use of tests (such as the AMAS) for the early detection of cancer (American Assn for Cancer Research). The Antimalignin Antibody in Serum (AMAS®) Test was …

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CardioMetabolic Testing

        Your risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes might be related to your family history, weight issues or from laboratory tests numbers like cholesterol, insulin, blood sugar or triglycerides. While you may need a prescription drug, the most powerful agent to reduce your risk is you! Making healthy lifestyle choices is the …

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