Category: Alternative Health

Winter Blues and Broken Bones

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d3

How to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough of the Protective Power of Vitamin D3 By Kristin Grayce McGary, LAc., MAc., CFMP, CSTcert, CLP My family and I lived in a suburb of Chicago when I was a child. The weather was often overcast and gloomy. When it was sunny, my parents applied sunscreen. Unfortunately, when… Read more »

5G Technology And the World We Live In

5G danger
5G danger

By Rahasya Poe As you can easily imagine, knowing what to write about can be a daunting task because so many things are happening on our planet that have dire consequences. I will list a few topics that we’ve covered in the past and I also need to say this … I have officially reached… Read more »

Fasting

Michael Turk
Michael Turk

A Forgotten Approach to Chronic Disease   By Michael Turk   As modern society puts more demands on our physical and mental well-being, we often turn to food, alcohol, and drugs with numerous side effects to temporarily suppress the side effects and to numb the pain. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,… Read more »

STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION

Structural Integrity-book
Structural Integrity-book

and Energy Medicine   By Jean Louise Green   I’ve been a lifelong seeker and connector of dots and I am so grateful to have found structural integration. I rate it as one of my top three life experiences. Not only does it give me a comfortable body to live in, it has also provided… Read more »

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali-Chapter 4

Patanjali-yoga sutras
Patanjali-yoga sutras

By Tom Hess The fourth chapter of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is in some ways a culmination of the body of work that has come before and, more important, it is a description of how a realized being exists on the earth. Realized beings are those who have gone through the practice of yoga… Read more »

Fall and Winter Allergies-Dr-Patrick

Dr Patrick-Digestive Relief
Dr Patrick-Digestive Relief

Do You Have Fall and Winter Allergies?   By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS   Most people think of allergies as a spring thing but allergies are becoming increasingly more common for many people in the fall and winter. Some of the more common fall and winter allergens include pollen, mold, pet dander, dust, dust… Read more »

Amputation Avoided

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daisy-dog-cancer-naet

By Dr. Mark Light and Vickie Van Scyoc, RN We’d like you to meet Daisy. She’s the precious border collie, a therapy dog for her owner Shauna, who has PTSD. Daisy had a large growth between two of her paw pads. Her energy level was low and Shauna was worried. The vet biopsied the growth… Read more »

Make Yourself a New Past

painting the sky-leeAnn
painting the sky-leeAnn

By Leigh Ann Lipscomb, PhD on Resonance Repattering Meet two friends, Emma and Louise. Emma and Louise are good friends and both in their early 50s. They live on the same street in Chico, share similar diet and lifestyle habits, and know many of the same people. Emma is happy, in superb health, has a… Read more »

What’s in a FACE?

Julia Worrall
Julia Worrall

Foundations for Airway and Craniofacial Excellence By Julia Worrall, RN, Executive Director, FACE Do you ever look in the mirror and notice the asymmetries and flaws in your face? Of course you do—you’re only human—we all do it. But did you know that the imperfections in your face can relay underlying medical information with important… Read more »

Allowing Our Shadows

Shadow self
Shadow self

The Art of Allowing Our Shadows            By Aeray Lumm   In the last article, we talked about what shadows are and how they play a role in our lives. Primarily, we focused on why “fixing, changing, or repressing” our shadows doesn’t work to bring real change, and that the path to real change lies in… Read more »