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The Science, Philosophy, and Art of Natural Healing

We focus on two primary areas; brain function and the internal metabolic state of the body.  The brain is the master controller and regulator of the entire body.  By addressing brain function we go to the source of many problems.    Only when the brain is in the correct  internal environment can it function properly.  When this happens the entire body has a better chance of functioning as it should.

Conditions that respond to this approach include neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, ADD/ADHD, and dementias, neurotransmitter errors, hormonal problems, digestive disorders, bone and joint diseases, and more.

The body is like a house that is constantly under construction.  In order to build a house you need building materials such as nails, wood, plaster, and bricks.  The body is always renewing itself.  You get new red blood cells every 120 days and you get completely new internal organs and even skin every several years.  How does the body do this?  With a constant supply of proper and specific nutrients.  If the body's building blocks are depleted then it can't renew itself and this is part of the beginning of the disease process.  When we give the body what it needs it knows what do. 

We recognize the innate intelligence built into every cell.  We know the body can function properly when all nervous system interference and toxins are removed and the body is given what it needs to replenish itself.

Think of a simple cut.  Does your cut heal?   There has to be a precise order of biochemical reactions in order to form a clot which becomes a scab.  You don't know how this is done but your body does and it works every time!

Another crucial aspect of healing is the concept of removal of toxic substances and pathogenic organisms.  Heavy metals,  yeasts, parasites, bacteria, viruses, and chronic undigested food all contribute to an interruption of normal body function.  In a recent study it was found that 100% of the population is polluted with heavy metals like lead, cadmium, and mercury.

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