Weekly Health Tip

  • Roll Back the Clock!

    January 15, 2020

    From the moment we are born, we all have an expiration date.  We just don’t know when it is.  Most of my patients agree that it isn’t so important how long we live, but our quality of life while we are here.

    This year I’m dedicated to teaching others the things they can do at home to help their health.  Why?  Properly prescribed and properly taken prescription drugs are the third leading cause of death in the US.

    Do everything you can for yourself before running to medications!  You know that I treat sick people all of the time.  How do I stay well?  This year, I invite you to my house to see one of the ways I stay healthy.  I will have certain days and times that you are invited.  They will be different days and times so you can find one that works for you.  

    But I won’t hold you in suspense.  This is what I use.  I first started using it when I was diagnosed with macular degeneration.  I researched and found that Dr. Rowen had used this to stop macular degeneration’s progression.  To my surprise, not only did it help my eyes, but I haven’t been sick (except food poisoning) since I started.  And I noticed many of the aches and pains of older age, simply were not there anymore.  

    I don’t mean I never hurt.  I sprained my ankle.  In fact, I broke my ankle.  Yes, it hurt.  My experience was the aches and pains of getting up in the morning, that kind of thing, were gone.  My experience is that people with a lower immune system can really benefit.  

    Does that mean I think everyone needs it?  I think everyone needs to decide for themselves.  I’m giving you the opportunity to come to my house, see my set up, and experience a treatment if you choose.  

    Next week, I will have days and times that will work for me and how to make a reservation. 


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