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We want to get you on the road to health - sometimes that means finding what deficiencies you have to fix before you can start to build health - but we are determined to help you find your path.
We believe in Functional Medicine. It is defined as: "affecting the operation, rather than the structure, of an organ" In other words, you can address a stomach ulcer by surgery, cutting out the damaged area - affecting the structure - or you can address the function of the stomach so the body is not creating ulcers.
Medicine is: "Medical practice or treatments that focus on optimal functioning of the body and its organs, usually involving systems of holistic or alternative medicine."
The focus of functional medicine is promoting health beyond just the absence of disease.
The focus is finding the cause of the problem and getting the body
to fix that. You might need to focus on building healthy
nerves when they are painful or addressing heavy metal toxicity
when it is raising blood pressure. There are many causes of
symptoms. Finding the actual cause and addressing it by
building health is functional medicine.
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The purpose of our site is giving you information on how you can use nutrition to survive the fast food lifestyle that we live in along with all the problems that comes along with that life style.
the past, a person's life expectancy was much lower than today. This was due to the fact that many people died at an early age due to infections, plagues and accidents. That changed as a lot of the deadly diseases were eradiated by improved
public hygiene with adequate supply of clean water and the safe
disposal of sewage. Added to that were an understanding of and
remedies for infections and
a lowered accident rate due to safety rules and
“Degenerative diseases – heart attacks, arteriosclerosis,
cancer, stroke, arthritis, hypertension, ulcers, and all the rest
– have replaced infectious diseases as the major enemies of life
and destroyers of its quality.”
Even if you were exposed to toxins, the body should be able handle it with a healthy immune system (which is hard to have with poor nutrition). Cellular malnutrition is a prominent cause of ill health. So, what do you need to do?
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We believe in is
building good health. When you build good
health, disease tends to fade away. The body needs
certain nutrients in order to function, repair itself and remain healthy. When you don't
get those nutrients in the food you eat, or when you build up toxins
which your body has to fight (toxins from processed food, drugs, or
the air you breathe), your body depletes itself of the nutrients
that it needs to be healthy. Even medical drugs have many side
effects due to the nutritional deficiencies that they
So, what do you need to
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to be used instead of standard recognized Medical protocol. It is intended to provide the body with recognized essential nutrients and other nutritional elements believed to benefit tissue building/repair and metabolic function. The information is intended to be used in conjunction with recognized Medical treatment and with the approval of a patient's medical doctor.
For any suspected/known illness or health concern, always consult your physician or health care provider.
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