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Unbelievable But Not, I’m Sorry To Say, Unexpected

In preparation for this website going live, I reached out to the Virginia Board of Medicine to make sure that the information on this website would not be construed as treatment, as I am not currently licensed to practice medicine. IT IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY. Having already gone down the road of asking the government […]

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The Seven Steps to Healing

First, let me say at the beginning of this article that doctors and medicines do not heal.  God heals.  Each of us has a spiritual purpose.  If it is our spiritual purpose to heal, we will.  If there is a lesson to be learned in being sick, we will remain so.  The doctor’s job is […]

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Articles on Rheumatoid Arthritis

In this post I will list articles you can refer to about Rheumatoid Arthritis.  If you understand the Seven Steps to Healing, you can join me in astonishment of how the medical experts are spinning their wheels trying to identify cause, when the cause is so simple and straight forward. Watch, as time progresses, and […]

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Bones and the Biome report from Medscape

The Link Between Our Microbiota and Rheumatologic Disease Bret S. Stetka, MD March 04, 2016 http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/859725?src=WNL_infoc_160306_MSCPEDIT&uac=15892DZ&impID=1011419&faf=1 Here is an article on Medscape about the microbial world in our body and the link with disease.  Many of us have known about this for years. But conventional medicine has pooh-poohed the idea, claiming this knowledge is not “evidence-based”. They […]

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Woman Charged in Infant Son’s Death–Failure of the System

Beth LeBlanc of the Times Herald wrote an article February 26, 2016 about a 34 y/o Michigan woman, Elizabeth Long. Ms. Long was charged in the death of her 16 m/o son from an overdose on Benadryl.  The story was primarily about Ms. Long’s use of pain medications, however. Ms. Long’s testimony was about her […]

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An Intro to Prolotherapy

“Prolo” in prolotherapy is short for proliferation, because the treatment causes the proliferation (growth, formation) of new ligament, tendon, or cartilage tissue in areas where it has become weak or damaged.  Ligaments are the structural “rubber bands” that hold bones to bones in joints. Ligaments can become weak or injured and may not heal back […]

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Brief History of Medicine in America

Five major types of medicine existed equally in America until about 100 years ago—Allopathy (the medicine of MDs today), Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Naturopathy, and Homeopathy.   Then in the late 1800’s, the politically organized medical doctors in the AMA worked to create laws in most states that suddenly ended the careers of the four more healthful […]

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Caffeine Addiction Part 1

Caffeine Addiction – Measuring Your Daily Caffeine Intake   Do you suffer from caffeine addiction? How do you know if caffeine is affecting your health and/or your moods and behavior? Stephen Cherniske, author of Caffeine Blues, developed a caffeine addiction quiz for his readers to help them evaluate their daily intake of caffeine and identify […]

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Omega 3’s

The Importance Of Omega-3’s The term “omega-3” comes from the chemical structure of a fatty acid. “Omega”, the last letter in the Greek alphabet, is used to refer to the end of the fatty acid. The “3” refers to the third bond from the end. At that bond, there is a double bond between the […]

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The Alkaline Diet

The Three Most Important Health Factors You Have Control Of: Diet, Diet, and Diet. I can’t stress enough the importance of an alkaline diet. The standard American diet (SAD) is extremely acidifying. Acids must be neutralized. This removes your minerals such as Calcium and Magnesium which leads to pain disorders. Acidification creates stress and silent […]

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Remove the Dysbiosis

Step 4 of the Seven Steps: Remove the Dysbiosis What is Dysbiosis?  Dysbiosis means “abnormal life”.  It refers to the bad bacteria, viruses and yeasts in the body.  The body should be colonized with beneficial bacteria as they help carry out necessary functions in the body, such as digestion. They also help protect the body from the […]

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