SHAWN M. PERSAUD

BHSc., BA., CBP, NNCP, RNT

Director, The CHHE  |   Registered Holistic Nutritionist   |  Certified BodyTalk Practitioner

Doctoral Candidate, Doctorate & PhD in Natural Medicine

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Shawn identifies the root cause of disease by utilizing many different healing systems (including Natural Medicine, Clinical Nutrition and Manual Therapy) to ensure the best possible outcomes.

Professionally trained in:

  • Western & Eastern Medicine

  • Applied Kinesiology

  • Sports Medicine

  • Chiropractic & Osteopathic Medicine

  • Functional Biochemistry

  • Ayurvedic Medicine

  • The Acupuncture System

  • Bio-Energetic Medicine

  • Psychology

  • Orthomolecular Nutrition

He leads several research initiatives, lectures publicly on the subjects of Mind-Body Medicine & Nutrition, and has been published in Vitality Magazine. He graduated from the University of Ottawa before studying internationally with pioneers of holistic medicine and doctors of professional sports teams from the NBA, NFL, MLB, European Soccer League, and U.S Olympic team.

Past keynote speaker for:

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His strong belief in the body’s amazing capacity to heal itself stems from his self-healing journey from severe anxiety & digestive disorders.

Using wisdom from both orthodox and complementary medicine to address nearly all kinds of chronic & acute disease, Shawn is expertly trained to assist people at all stages of health disorders, from prevention to intensive rehabilitation.

 

He is renowned for his ability to guide people back to optimal health from conditions that have not successfully responded to conventional therapies, including:

  • Skin Disorders (eczema, psoriasis, rashes)

  • Fibromyalgia and Arthritis

  • Allergies (food, environmental, sensitivities) 

  • Migraines and Headaches

  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Hormonal Issues (fertility, PMS, thyroid dysfunction)

  • Weight Loss, Diabetes, High Cholesterol 

  • Infections (viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic)

  • Anxiety, Depression, Addictions and Learning Disorders

  • Cardiovascular Disease (blood pressure, arteriosclerosis)

  • Chronic Pain and Sports Injuries

  • Digestive Disease (IBS, colitis, crohn's)

Muscle Testing Explained

Muscle testing (Neuromuscular Biofeedback) tests how the body responds to stimulus through the nervous system, specifically the electric signals sent to the muscles. It is a passive testing method that provides realtime and accurate findings and immediate measurements of how to best balance a persons biochemistry to support the body in healing. This technique is used by Applied Kinesiologists and Chiropractors.

At the CHHE we use stimulus from:

👉🏽 Vial samples (vitamins, minerals, bacteria, immune markers, foods)

👉🏽 Light & biophotonic emissions    

👉🏽 Organ trigger points (energy circuits used in Traditional Chinese Medicine)

To get one of two reactions from muscles:

1. a weak response (blocked electric signal - muscles no not activate)

2. a strong response (clean, uninterrupted signal - muscles activate and lock at the joint)

 

Interruptions in signals from the brain to the muscle indicate problems - and therein lies key information about the root cause of someone's health condition.

Through Muscle Testing we find:
✅ Nutritional deficiencies     

✅ Bone misalignment    

✅ Pathogenic activity
✅ Food sensitivities               

✅ Allergies                     

✅ Blocks in acupuncture system
✅ State of the immune system

✅ Ideal dosing of supplements

Muscle response therefore indicates the physical, chemical and energetic state of the body and we are able to test exactly what the individual requires in order to heal. 

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Research Interest (Keywords): 
Advanced Theoretical Physics & Applied Consciousness, Applied Kinesiology, Behavioural & Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical Nutrition, Eastern Medicine, Epigenetics, Holistic Medicine, Neuroplasticity, Psychology,  Psychosomatic Medicine, Quantum Mechanics