be in fixing your body's environment -- that is your diet, sleep habits, alcohol and drug use, and exposure to harmful chemicals both in your diet and surroundings. There are man good books discussing diet and detoxification. I will recommend two –“Clean” by Alejandro Junger MD and "Stop Alzheimer's Now" by Bruce Fife ND and there are many more good ones available.
you would already know the answer. I think that most rare disease needs a multi-pronged approach to provide success. There are a lot of good healing modalities available. I believe that for long lasting progress, your lifestyle will require improvement—it is unlikely that modalities performed by a practitioner will be the sole variable for providing health.
- Acupuncture (look in your yellow pages),
- NES Health (www.neshealth.com for a local provider),
- Asyra (try internet searches with your area and the word Asyra combined in the search),
- Jin Shin Acutouch or similar practices,
- Specialists in Detoxification, (if one is not in your area, look for books that describe methods)
- Naturopath (contact the ANMA www.anma.org),
- Homeopath (contact the National Center for Homeopathy.org)
grown in depleted soils or using genetically mocdified seeds or hybridized seeds with nutrition bred out and shipping hardiness bred in.
We have considerable anti –oxidant and detoxification burdens placed on
our bodies. Use of ‘whole food’ supplements can provide the enzymes needed to process the nutrients and so would be good to add to your routine. Consider a whole food multivitamin or the super-nutrient Bioage which is algae grown in a nutrient rich environment and proven in the farming community on farm animals to give outstanding support. Bioage was also used during the Chernobyl incident to help those with radiation sickness. Adding detoxification to your life is also important-see Dr. Sherry Roger’s book Detoxify or Die.
one of us. I needed to study the body and alternative healing in depth to get to where I needed to go. Most people would not need to become a Naturopath to find the healing they need. However, to find your healing, you are likely to be engaged in a learning journey. The odds of your healing go up the more you understand your relationship with the world around you and how your body works. The odds improve
significantly with your willingness to apply what you learn.
and Asyra I am now in better shape (based on blood tests) than I was 20 years ago. By treating my “rare disease” I think I have prevented contracting common diseases like diabetes and prevented viruses like the common cold and flu from gaining a foothold on many occasions
(and on the occasions that I do contract them, I get over the symptoms
quickly). While I can not say I am grateful for having my “rare disease”, it has helped me become more accomplished, sympathetic, and knowledgeable than I could ever have anticipated.