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Why I Practice Like I Do

I remember watching some of the docu-series that have come out the last few years.  Whether they were talking about cancer or other diseases, they would talk about how you have to get rid of all of the virus in your body, all of the bacteria in your body, all of the fungus in your body as well as the heavy metals.  All of this is what we call the body’s burden.  And this is what I do when I work with people chemically, meaning I give them the supplements to kill those organisms and pull the heavy metals.  Doing this decreases your body’s burden.

When the body’s burden gets too much for the body to bear, it gets a disease.  It really is that simple.  

And of course, genetics are important, but genetics are responsible for 5% of all cancers. You can do something about decreasing your body’s total load!  Call or text and make an appointment!  

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Work from the Heart

Does it make your heart smile when someone really enjoys their job? Danny Combs started out as a country western musician and then became a father. After his son was diagnosed on the Autism spectrum, right here in our own city of Denver, Danny Combs opened a shop to teach trades to the Autistic community. It is called T.A.C.T. which stands for Teaching the Autism Community Trades. He teaches them how to repair cars. He says they are uniquely suited to do this kind of work. Scott, an autistic young man here in Denver, shared his own journey in a feature film called “Autism: One Man’s Journey.” He also filmed this episode of the Mike Rowe show. I’d love to give T.A.C.T. a shout out and if anyone has any old cars, they could use them. I hope you enjoy this segment of the Mike Rowe show. Having this kind of love for your job, which is his purpose, is so important to our overall component of health. My hat is off to this group!!

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Where’s Your Head?

Posture is very important.  There have been correlations between health and posture.  Good posture begets good health.  Posture is somewhat set in our nervous system and difficult to change by executive decision.  We have to work for good posture through exercise as well as intention.  

One of the biggest problems I see in our world today is having a head forward position.  Be a people watcher and you will see as people are standing or walking, their head protrudes forward.  Since our head weighs 10 to 15 pounds, you can see that from an engineer’s perspective, that puts a great deal of stress on the body.  

Why would you have a head forward position?  Think of your position while at the computer and while looking at your phone.  You are contracting your neck muscles on a consistent basis making them tight.  What to do?  Exercise and stretch your neck in the opposite direction.  The next time you are in to see me, remind me to go over some exercises for you!

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Happy New Year!

I love the beginning of a New Year.  It feels like we get to start over.  In what way do you need to start over this year?

I decided to take this year and go through my whole house.  I want to find a new home for all the things that are taking up space in my home and life that I most likely don’t need. This is partly because I have moved my office to my house.  But it is also because I am getting older.  I saw an article in AARP magazine a few years ago that was titled something like, “How to Make Your Kids Hate You.”  It was about leaving a mess for someone else to clean up.  Cleaning up is a constant process whether it be our house, our health, our finances or our emotional baggage.  

I know I won’t do it all at once because life requires constant adjustments.  But since we are staying home, it is a great time to set in motion something you have wanted to do but keep putting off.  What is that for you?