GOOD HEALTH IS REAL WEALTH
March/April 2008 (Issue #3) Infoletter in pdf format, full color, 21 pages, 8.5"x11"
What Initially Causes Serious Illness? by Annabel Fisher, EFT-Adv.
Despite a doctor's thorough examination and questions, which lead to medication being prescribed, the question of why the person became ill in the first place is rarely considered. There may be events in her life; repressed emotions, or strong beliefs, which have contributed to her physical deterioration. Our bodies are incredibly resilient and robust, so what causes them to stop functioning at this dynamic level? Why do some people become seriously ill when stretched to the limit, while others continue functioning comfortably and effortlessly?
Osteoporosis And Chronic Diarrhea by Carolyn Dean M.D., N.D.
There is no question that you lose a lot of calories and nutrients when you suffer from colitis, Crohn's, or IBS-induced chronic diarrhea. As a result, you can lose weight, become fatigued, suffer frequent colds and flus, and can develop osteoporosis. Food in one end and out the other in a matter of hours leaves inadequate time for digestion and absorption. Dr. Dean solves this problem by giving you detailed instructions on what supplements you need, which form to take your supplements in, how to take them for maximum absorption, and other crucial guidelines for treating and preventing osteoporosis.
Gluten-Free: Should you be? by Debbie Sarfati H.H.C.
For the most part, the medical community still sees gluten sensitivity and Celiac Disease as one and the same. So, if your doctor tests you for Celiac Disease and the test results are negative, you might assume that gluten is not the culprit. Not necessarily!Many alternative health practitioners, as well as some progressive MD's, are starting to understand that there are varying degrees of sensitivity to gluten. For someone who is gluten sensitive (but not necessarily Celiac) removing gluten from the diet can still have a tremendous, positive impact on a variety of health issues.
Chronic Illness & The Family Dynamic by Jini Patel Thompson
There are many different factors that contribute to childhood chronic illness; ranging from environmental and nutritional factors, through to emotional and psychological factors. In my experience, if a child becomes ill and remains ill, it is rarely, if ever, just about the child. Obviously, the mother and father are responsible for their children's physical health. More complex, however, are the ways in which parents are responsible for the emotional and psychological factors which can result in chronic illness. As John Harrison, MD writes in his book Love Your Disease; It's Keeping You Healthy, "The interaction between members of a family will often initiate and maintain both health and disease." Jini Patel Thompson explores this volatile topic with clarity and compassion, examining the varied dynamics of the sick child, the wounded parent, and the adult with chronic illness. She also offers a pathway for shift and healing the family dynamic contributing to illness.
Lisa Marie's Coconut-Lime Chicken Soup by Lisa Marie Battacharya
Get the health benefits of chicken broth and coconut, whilst zinging your tastebuds with the fabulous Thai-flavor of this nourishing soup.
Great Answers To Common Questions by Michelle Hancock
Intrepid researcher Michelle Hancock answers these key questions:
Q: How can I find a local practitioner with experience with a specific health issue (e.g. digestive disorders, irritable bowel disease, cancer, heart disease, etc)?
Q: How can I get fair information on natural health products? Are there any independent companies that can provide fair, objective assessment of natural supplements?
Do You Have A Strong Enough Why? by Nicole Paull
Holistic healing is hard. That's a bare-bones fact. If you're dealing with a serious illness, holistic healing is not for the faint of heart. You need to be a strategist, a researcher, an analyst, a networker, a psychologist, an administrator and a financier and that's just the short list. So how do you make a success of it? What do you build on?
How To Get Excellent Medical Care by Tom Robinson M.A.
There are primarily two ways to get excellent medical care. They are: 1) create a partnership with your healthcare providers, or 2) become a savvy medical service customer. Tom Robinson tells you what's involved with each and then shows you exactly how to implement these strategies.
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