Sickness is a result. It is the result of a particular organ, gland or body system being overwhelmed. Let’s take a look at the normal healthy body and its reaction to the outside world. Our body is a marvelous and ingeniously designed bio-vehicle. It is designed to pretty much take on all comers, meaning germs, […]
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We have a body that’s meant to be healthy. That’s the plan, that’s the design. But a funny thing happened on the way into this life, we lost the directions on how it works. Today, science moves forward into discoveries constantly. One of the most exciting is the development of the science of epigenetics. “Epi” […]
Spring is here and with it often come what people perceive to be as allergies. Runny noses, itchy eyes, and low-grade fever are just some of the symptoms people find themselves dealing with. But hope is not lost! You do NOT have to suffer. But before a resolution can be developed, it’s important to get to the root cause of the problem, rather than just fighting with the symptoms.
The declining health for most Americans can be readily observed simply by noticing the amount of commercials on TV that talk about cancer research, high blood pressure and cholesterol, depression, and on and on.
We have heard the alternative health doctors and professionals talk about the adverse side effects of vaccines and foods made up of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). And we’ve all heard the arguments about organic versus nonorganic food, the raw diet, the vegan diet, and every other diet.
Pain is actually a physical symptom telling the body something is wrong. It often manifests itself in the body as a response to: poorly treated past injuries; overexertion; common, everyday work-related activities; and inactivity. Stress, emotional life, or even spiritual issues can also result in physical pain.
Typically, traditional medicine treats the symptom of pain, but not its root cause. Responding to pain by taking over-the-counter or prescription medications serves to treat the symptom but does not address the cause of the pain.