ABC + D approach to Natural Health

ABC + D approach to Natural Health

So back to Steven Horne’s ABC + D approach to Natural Health. A = Activate Identify buried emotions and unresolved trauma or abuse, release them and heal them Learn how to overcome stress Think positively Examples:  Flower essences, essential oils, affirmations and visualisations, faith and prayer B = Build Eat a healthy diet Avoid processed and refined foods Hydrate the body with water Use appropriate herbs and supplements Examples:  Multiple vitamin and mineral or superfood supplements (which work alongside, not instead of, a healthy diet), trace minerals, digestive enzymes, probiotics, fibre, essential fatty acids, antiodixants. C = Cleanse Keep eliminative channels working properly Do a general cleanse twice a year Minimize exposure to environmental toxins Use non-toxic household and personal care products Avoid drugs and minimize alcohol and caffeine consumption Examples:  Liver detoxification cleanse, oral chelation, foot baths, water or juice fasting. D = Direct Aid Use herbal remedies and/or specific foods and nutrients to balance the biological terrain Support weakened body systems with appropriate lifestyle changes, herbs, nutritional supplements and emotional healing work Treat physical trauma with appropriate first aid Use medical procedures (drugs and surgery) to stabilize life-threatening situations I’m not disputing the need for our fantastic medical system we have and the need for modern medicine, far from it, however, WE need to take responsibility for our health.  We need to look after ourselves and nuture ourselves from within.  We cannot go on leading stressful lifestyles, eating over-farmed and processed foods which lack vital nutrients, putting more and more chemicals into and onto our bodies and expect to live full, disease-free and pain-free lives. Most diseases...
The Importance of Water

The Importance of Water

How much water do you drink? Not enough people understand the importance of drinking water. Our body is made up of approximately 70% water because it is needed for our whole body to function.  It helps to hydrate our bones, tissues, organs, muscles and brain.  Its aids in our lymphatic, blood and excretory systems. Water lubricates our joints, tissues and skin.  Drinking 2 litres of water a day can negate the use of using chemical-laden moisteriser. It helps our digestive system, break down the food we eat and to pass through our body more easily.   Prevents constipation, helping soften our waste matter as it passes through our colon without getting stuck.  Toxins are eliminated easier as they are transported through our bodies quicker, helping our immune system fight disease more effectively.  Muscles and joints are lubricated and become more pliable and elasticated.  Blood and lungs become more oxygenated and blood is more fluid, reducing pressure on our arteries and heart. Water distributes essential nutrients to our cells, such as vitamins, glucose, minerals etc. As in a car radiator, it regulates our body temperature, keeping us cool when our temperature is rising, by helping us to sweat so that the evaporation of water from our skin cools the body sufficiently. As with a river which is thick with stagnant water, which doesn’t flow properly, our body is the same.  We need water to help our body flow smoothly.  Without water, we stagnate, our blood thickens, our muscles seize up, our joints get stuck, and our brain can’t function. Plants flourish when they are watered – so do we. What’s NOT to...
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