Opioid Addiction Recovery and Nutritional Clear Health Program

Clear Health specializes in designing programs for women. Historically, medical, addiction and nutritional plans considered men and women to be similar. Today, experts recognize this is ineffective and dangerous. Unfortunately, too many programs for women still fail to provide a comprehensive Clear Health package.

Clear Health is more than dieting or running on a treadmill. Although this can be a suitable start for people, experience our proactive and addiction-free health plan and observe the difference for yourself. Opioid pain management, concerns about prescription drug addiction, dependency and abuse are critical issues today. Clear Health provides education to help individuals avoid these complications and assists those who struggle with dependency. Are you currently taking opiate medications, such as:
  • Buprenorphine
  • Codeine
  • Fentanyl
  • Hydrocodone
  • Lortab
  • Methadone
  • Morphine
  • Opana (oxymorphone)
  • OxyContin
  • Percocet
  • Tramadol
  • Vicodin
Many people do not realize these are opiate pain analgesics, which can lead to dependency, abuse and addiction in as little as two weeks. Let us help you conquer the challenges of modern life!

Familiar with the product Red Bull™? Clear Health considers the Red Bull "energy" drink to be harmful, addictive, and can potentially lead to abuse, dependency and a tragic death. MORE

Chronic inflammation can be quite dangerous and cause permanent damage to our bodies causing cancer, heart disease, arthritis and other health concerns. Causes include being overweight, chronic stress, smoking or lack of exercise. The foods we eat can also affect inflammation. A Clear Health nutritional program can have anti-inflammatory effects.

Inflammatory Foods
Here are some food choices you should reduce if you have inflammation concerns:
  • Trans Fats from hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils
  • Sugar
  • White breads and pastas
  • Animal Fats / Saturated Fats
  • Alcohol in excess
  • Omega-6 Fatty Acids
  • Whole or 2% Milk
  • MSG
  • Gluten

Are you at risk of Prescription Drug Overdose Death?

Andy Irons Mural -- Hanalei
"The guess is he probably took a sleeping pill to get a good night's sleep and get on the plane the next morning."

Andy Irons untimely death in November 2010 shocked the surfing world, his family and the people of Hawai'i. Yet in his system, Andy had the following legal and illicit substances:
  • Alprazolam (Xanax)
  • Zolpidem (Ambien)
  • cannabinoids (marijuana)
  • naproxen (anti-inflammatory)
  • methamphetamine
  • Methadone
  • cocaine
Afer much deliberation and frustration, the Irons' family has now concluded they believe, "Andy was in some denial about the severity of his chemical imbalance ... choosing to self-medicate with recreational drugs."

Does the Stigma of Opioid Drug Addiction Threaten Your Life?

Coming to the realization you may be addicted to an opioid prescription medication can be frightening and overwhelming.'

After all, if you have a drug dependency, you have been trying very hard to hide it from family, friends and coworkers. Accepting and admitting this loss of control will inevitably lead to feelings of embarrassment, guilt and regret.

Avoid Benodiazepines when taking opioid pain medications, such as:
  • Alprazolam (Xanax, Paxal)
  • Diazepam (Valium, Pax)
  • Flurazepam (Dalmadorm)
  • Lorazepam (Temesra)
  • Prazepam (Centrax)
Are you familiar with this Deadly Cocktail?
Vicodin, Xanax, Soma

How about the Holy Trinity of death?
Percocet, Xanibar, Soma

Addiction is a Brain Disease

Clear Health provides a system to conquer this disease. Do you experience:
  • Compulsive seeking and self-administration of a drug, despite obvious harm to self or others?
  • Behavior characterized by intense cravings and loss of control?
  • Confusion about Gateway Drugs?
  • Frustration about opioid analygesic pain drugs?
Understading Dependency
Do you experience any of the following seven factors relative to your prescription drug use? Three or more suggests a dependency.
  • Tolerance
  • Withdrawal
  • Reqiure larger amounts and for longer periods than intended
  • Repeated unsuccessful attempts to quit
  • Spend much time to obtain, use or recover
  • Giving up or missing important social, occupational, recreational activities
  • Continued use of drug despite awareness of adverse consequences
Understading Abuse
Do you experience any of the following four factors relative to your prescription drug use? Any one factor suggests an abusive relationship to the drug.
  • Recurrent use resulting in failure to fulfill major role obligations at work, home or school
  • Recurrent use in physically hazardous situations
  • Recurrent substance related legal problems
  • Recurrent use despite persistent social or interpersonal problems caused or exacerbated by substance use

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Save Your Money!
Although many people pay more than a third extra for organic food due to their belief that these food have more nutritional value than food grown with pesticides and chemicals, research by Dr Susanne Bugel and colleagues from the Department of Human Nutrition, University of Copenhagen, shows there is no clear evidence to support this.

This new research, published in the latest issue of the Society of Chemical Industry's (SCI) Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, suggests that organic foods ARE NOT healthier than food grown with the use of pesticides and chemicals. Save your money. Buy locally where possible, but don't go overboard on expensive organic foods.
We Eat What We See
Professor Brian Wansink believes it is nearly impossible for us to ignore the clarion call of the candy jar, the beckoning of the buffet or the summons of the snack cupboard.

The Cornell Food and Brand Lab researcher says, "We believe we have all the free will in the world. We believe we overeat if the food is good or if we're really hungry. In reality, those are two of the last things that determine how much we eat. Visibility and convenience are what really influences our eating."

"Something that's very visible, every time we see it we have to make a decision. Do I want to eat that? Do I not want to eat that? Do I want that candy on my desk, or do I not want it? We can say no 27 times, but if it's visible, the 28th or 29th time, we start saying, 'Maybe.' By time 30, 31, we start saying, 'What the heck? I'm hungry,' " Wansink reports.

Will eating a calorie of fat make you fatter than eating a calorie of carbohydrate?
Studies show that a fat calorie causes the same weight gain as a carbohydrate calorie. Long-term studies where people randomly ate a high-fat/low-carb diet or low-fat/high-carb diet have shown that based on what you put into your mouth, the source of the calories is really not important.

On the other hand, people who eat more trans fat seem to gain more weight, even when the total calories are the same. And, trans fat is particularly harmful with regard to type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

In addition, high intake of refined starch and sugar is related to a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes, whereas high-fiber whole-grain carbohydrates are related to a lower risk.

You'll eat more if you're eating:
  • "family style" with the serving bowls on the table.
  • directly from the bag or carton.
  • on a bigger plate or from a bigger container.
  • in front of the television, in the car, with friends.
"When it comes down to it, we're efficient people. We want something that's convenient. And if it's fruit or vegetables that's a whole lot more convenient than that cake that's wrapped up in the freezer, guess what's for snack today? Fruits and vegetables."

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ClearHealth has been a leader in addiction research, nutrition and exercise physiology, specializing in women's health, for over 20 years. Scott Goold, director and a Community Addiction Recovery Specialist (CARS), originally began his work developing Clear Health programs for athletes.

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CARS Graduate June 2011
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Integrated Addictions Training Aug 2012
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