The myth that you can just let your body deteriorate and then replace the “worn-out” parts is a costly, dangerous, and inefficient approach. Unfortunately, this myth is deeply entrenched in the American consciousness. It not only breeds disease, but is crippling the economy with “health care” costs that are spiraling out of control and increasingly will be paid from taxpayer dollars.
Health is not just the absence of disease; it is being the full expression of you, thriving and performing at your best in the challenges of daily living.
In terms of your quality of life, career, and success, what is the cost of “not being at your best” day after day?
For any chemical imbalance, the first question to ask is, “what chemical is my body not producing enough of or else not breaking down properly?” If you have any “non-emergency” symptom that you think may be related to a chemical imbalance, this is the place to start.
Using the complete pharmacy that exists within your own body is an efficient and cost-effective way to maintain your health. With the raw materials from a nutrient-rich diet along with a properly functioning body, your body can produce all the good chemicals you could want for a lifetime of health and well-being. Getting your own body to produce good chemicals that maintain your health also avoids the serious and costly side-effects and trade-offs that accompany pharmaceutical medications.
Because headaches can be caused by different malfunctions, it is critical that treatment effectively addresses the cause of the headaches.
When headache patients are treated through a traditional ‘symptom-based protocol”, in which headaches are the symptom, ten people suffering from headaches are likely to be given the same or similar medications to control the symptom.
Non-communicable Diseases, the greatest health care challenge of the 21st century, can best be solved by maintaining health, versus “treating” the disease. A new model, based on Healthy Aging, is the solution to what the World Health Organization calls the “Dominant Public Health Challenge of the 21st Century”, Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD’s).