“Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease.”
Hippocrates 4th Century B.C.
When our health is out of balance, we can feel the effects. Symptoms such as fatigue, indigestion, constipation, difficulty losing weight, and recurring infections are our body’s way of sending us messages.
Chronic illness is rampant in our society yet modern science seems ill-prepared to address it. A prescription drug or over-the-counter medication used to control symptoms may do nothing to address the underlying problem and can often do more harm than good.
All too often, people have come to expect that living with discomfort and a steady deterioration of their health is normal. But much of the ill-health we experience is a result of lifestyle choices that can be changed. Understanding that you have options is the first step to overall wellness.
If you’ve tried everything your doctor has recommended and you’re still not feeling the results you desire, it may be time to broaden your approach.
The foundation of wellness is a healthy, holistic lifestyle: eating life-giving food, getting your body moving, dealing with stress appropriately, and avoiding toxic exposures and toxic thoughts. Every aspect of your life affects your health. The goal is to reach a natural balance by supporting and sustaining your body’s innate healing abilities.
The good news is that you may be able to heal yourself, but it takes commitment and hard work. There are no magic bullets or quick fixes when it comes to your health.
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Lynn M. Klein is a Certified Holistic Health Counselor. She is a graduate of New York University and the Institute For Integrative Nutrition. Lynn has also studied with Master Energy Healer Jacklyn Johnston and with internationally known Maori healers, Atarangi Muru and Manu Korewha. She is a writer and lecturer on alternative approaches to health. A former financial advisor to wealthy families, Lynn has also been a math teacher, a corporate trainer, and a caterer. Her grandmothers, one a restaurateur and the other an alternative health practitioner, helped shape her sensibilities about food and health.
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The Weston A. Price Foundation
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