This morning I had to get ready to go to one of my client's doctor's appointment, and the reason is because today was her last appointment with the diabetes doctor. She was sick with diabetes for years, she was taking medication and she was also taking insulin injections because of her Type 2 diabetes.
After working for a period of time with me and doing exactly what I told her to do, finally, with her doctor, we got her off insulin. So, this is a very difficult thing to make happen but when you are taking care of yourself, there is nothing more rewarding and there is no better investment than that one.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Same symptoms, same medication, same scenario...is your body being treated like a production line instead of being treated for Optimal Health?
Shortly after I moved to the US, I began working as a business director in a behavioral practice. I was astonished at the number of patients that were taking prescribed medication (100% of those in the practice). What was more disturbing was the fact that most patients were taking more than one prescribed medication, often 3 or 4 different medications. Most of this medication was given to counteract each other or side effects of the medication.
Coming from Europe, I had a hard time digesting this since my family had been using naturopathy, homeopathy or other alternative medicine for years. Working in a practice where patients and doctors didn’t see a way around prescribed medication was one of the reasons I decided to go back to my origins and move to a holistic approach for my clients.
Recently, several new...
We frequently hear the word “inflammation.” Do we really know what it means?
Often, we don’t.
We have an overall idea, but we can’t picture it inside our body because the type of inflammation we see it’s usually on our skin. Beyond that, we label it with another name or diagnosis.
Inflammation starts in an specific area of your body. It gets irritated, at first, due to external or internal agents causing swelling in that part, redness, irritability and in some cases mucus or bleeding, depending where the inflammation takes place.
Every imbalance, illness, or unusual sensation in our body belongs to an inflammatory response. Inflammation is the way our body is telling us, “I am getting sick, take care of me.”
We do not “listen” what our body has to say for different reasons, here are some: