A Holistic Approach To Health And Healing
Dr.Steve Hines Says to Take Food Seriously – Renew your mind and take food seriously. Realize the healing power of food, embrace it, and receive it. Most people don’t realize they have unnatural food associations until they try to go without them.
A recent study of Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis patients’ stools showed after DNA sequencing their stool compared to healthy controls showed a common short-coming. The Crohn’s and Ulcerative colitis stool samples were missing a whole species of important flora.
When your body becomes incapable of healing itself, dreadful maladies such as cancer, ALS, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and the like begin to take control. Better health is possible while still enjoying food when facing Chronic Illness. Dr.Steve Hines shares recipes that are healthy and delicious.
Historically any number of infectious bacteria have been known to induce RA symptoms. Mycoplasma, Lyme disease, Chlamydia, Pneumonii, Babesia and Beta Strep are just a few of the most common. Certain foods have also been known to induce RA symptoms.
Some other noteworthy digestive disorders include food intolerances, Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, ulcerative colitis and irritable bowel syndrome, all of which cause distress to your digestive system as well. Effective prevention of these digestive disorders requires you to be aware of them and learn how to avoid them.
Today, I am sharing with you some valuable information regarding chronic illnesses and how you can overcome them through nutrition. Some examples of chronic illness are respiratory problems, heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis and diabetes, among others.
Do you suffer from a Digestive Disorder due to Lyme Disease, Cancer or other Chronic illness? Learn about Digestive Disorders and regain greater vital energy, health, and well-being from Hope Wellness.
Dr. Steve Hines is a Naturopathic Doctor aiding in the underlying cause of Chronic Degenerative Disease. Symptoms help us figure out what really is causing Chronic Degenerative Disease.