How Many Eye Colors Are There?

How many eye colors are there?

I have asked this question at every introduction seminar I have taught on Iridology.

The responding answers include:

“3! Green, Blue, Brown”


“Unlimited? Based on the Spectrum of Eye Hues”

I tell the audience, ‘you’re all right!’

Here’s why.

I have seen hundreds of people’s eyes up close, and there seems to be blue, grey, hazel, yellow, blue grey, turquoise, brown, and dark brown, and many other colors in-between.

Why then ask this question?

The reason is to identify how many true eye colors there exist.

You see, in Iridology, there is said to be only TWO true eye colors… Brown and Blue.

Every other color came about as a result of interracial mixing over thousands of years, and differences in the health.
For example, a blue eye can become green over the years, if there is yellow hues that become created from poor uric acid metabolism.
A brown eye could change in hue if there is red that comes up, which will often indicated changes in the pituitary gland.
There is much to explore in color patterns, and the designs of eyes, and Iridology is the study that uncovers what color patterns indicate.


The True Cost of Cheap Food

“Maybe we should stop asking why healthy food is expensive, and start asking why processed food is so cheap”

I find this to be particularly true when it comes to choosing “cleaner/fresher” cookies & chips, versus packaged ones. Often times the oils that are found to preserve the cookies that are under $4.00 are made up of what is known as hydrogenated oils. These are oils (let’s take canola oil as an example), that have been bleached, deodorized (removes the chlorophyll), refined (eliminates anti-oxidants vitamin E, etc..), and ends up as an empty TRANS-FAT RICH food. You know, the kind that helps promote cellulite, wrinkles, long-term difficulty in losing weight, high triglycerides, all that un-welcome kind of shiz. Beware of labels reading (0 trans fat), Canadian standards allow for up to 0.9 grams of trans fat to be present without having to say that any is present. Read the ingredients instead.

I Meet My Clients Where They Are At

Nutritionists, the scariest people since Frankenstein.

I’ve been in the industry of Holistic Health since 2008, and I have felt at times that it can be filled with a lot of frightening aspects such as…
-Labels that aren’t readily understood
-Diet principles that run against everything you ever believed
-Kombucha scoby’s that look like alien babies
-Adrenal fatigue
-Heavy metal issues

In truth, this industry of holistic health, and more specifically, nutrition, is not meant to be understood in a single book or diet regimen.

Nutritionists are well-meaning but sometimes unaware to the fact of the intimidation factor of getting into new patterns of eating.

I strive to keep aware of the unique challenges that my clients have, and work with the comfort level being presented. We are not all runners, and I have been told by several clients that a gift that I have to bring to people is grace and patience.
When there is a teacher or role that I am serving for clients, it is just as important that I remember to not create obstacles for clients by expectations that they do not buy into themselves. I take my clients word and work with them to create changes that makes sense.
Does this Nutritionist sound so scary? ;D

Bee City Hangouts

I had the coolest interaction with a woman this weekend about her Bee City Canada mission- she drives a bicycle that is in the shape of a mini bug- and it is Battery Operated!!!! Toronto is the first Bee City in Canada and part of their mission is to help raise the profile of pollinator protection. Bees, and other pollinator populations are facing declines around the world as a result of pesticides, spread of pests and a lack of enough diverse pollen and nectar rich flowers to feed on. This has a direct impact on wildlife population. Find out what can be done to preserve our food and keep the health of the planet strong.