Kimberly Balas is a board certified naturopathic physician with a PhD in Bioresource engineering and a PhD in Nutrition. She has a previous background in aerospace engineering while working at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Dr. Balas is an international lecturer, instructor and author. She conducts research and data analysis on many natural products, equipment and software development as well as formulating health products for a variety of companies. She belongs to ANMA (American Naturopathic Medical Association), ANPA (American Naturopathic Physicians Association), AHG (American Herbalists Guild), IAACN (International American Association of Clinical Nutritionists), IIPA (International Iridology Practitioners Association) where she served as a board member for 6 years. Dr. Balas is an advisor to Verita Advanced Wellness Center in Singapore and currently beginning new projects with facilities in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Shanhai.. She is the author of Cholesterol: Fact or Myth, Blood Chemistry Analysis, Metabolic Typing and Blood Profiling, Applied Aromatherapy, pH, Blood Typing and Nutrition, The Practitioner’s Guide to Herbal Consulting, The Women’s Guide to Natural Hormones and A Metabolic Approach to HcG and contributing research to The Consumer Products Guide and was recently mentioned in Fit Pregnancy and People Magazine as Jewel’s (hit recording artist) naturopathic physician. Dr. Balas has many celebrity and high-profile patients both in the US and internationally.Currently Dr. Balas has a clinical practice in Casper and Gillette, WY where she sees patients in-house and via phone consults all over the world. She has worked with Steven for over 12 years and is his business partner in Vital Solutions.
This was a special webinar with Kimberly Balas, ND. She discussed her unique approach to assessing blood chemistry and her upcoming class in using blood chemistry to assess what people need in the way of supplements, herbs and lifestyle changes in order to heal. The webinar includes a lot of valuable information about cholesterol and blood tests associated with cardiovascular risk.
Our blood type (O, A, B and AB) is a factor in how our immune system responds to our environment. Each blood type has its own unique nutritional needs and each blood type responds differently to stress. In this free webinar, featuring special guest, Kimberly Balas, ND, we discussed why blood type is important to consider in selecting an optimal diet and supplements.