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Solutions

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Four Steps to Good Health

1. Drainage

  • Analysis of your medical history to check for toxicity, including metals and chemicals

2. Alignment

  • constitution (Miasm)
  • gut flora
  • osteopathy (posture)

3. Lifestyle

  • organ support
  • lymphatic system (drink plenty of water!)
  • potassium
  • nutrition (balance and acid base).

4. Maintenance

  • vitamins & minerals
  • probiotics
  • omega fatty-acids (such as: Four Pillars supplements)
  • soil depletion
  • walking, exercise
  • meditation
  • personal faith, belief system

Integrated Cancer Remedy Program

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Remedy the underlying tissue acidosis

  • Alkanine ash forming foods
  • Minimum of 1 litre of water per day
  • Buffered Vitamin C of 3000 mg per day, Trans Factor 4
  • Chelated calcium, magnesium

Check the total anti-oxidant function

  • Protective nutraceuticals
  • Essiac Tea, Green Tea,
  • Citrus pectin, aloe,
  • Cysteine, glutathione,
  • Curcumin, quercetin,
  • Ginko, Co-Q10,
  • Beta Carotine,
  • Coiolus and shitake mushroom extract
  • Ginseng, Inositol
  • Vitamin D

Do light to moderate exercise

  • Walking 15 to 20 minutes per day
  • Swimming, aquarobics
  • Yoga, Tai-Chi, Qigong
  • Meditation CDs
  • Lymphatic drainage

Coodinate with a multi-disciplinary team

  • Oncologist
  • General practioner
  • Osteopath
  • Naturopath
  • Intracellular Analysis, ADN Technology

It is vital to the optimal health of a surviving cancer patient to be knowledgeable of all allopathic and complementary disciplines.

Autism and Homeopathy

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Autism is a neurological disorder that expresses cognitive, communication and interaction difficulties.

The American Psychiatric Association has listed three groups of criteria to analyze autism. A person that is analyzed to have autism must have at least six items for the three areas, with at least two from the first area and one each from the other two.

Analysis - Three Groups of Criteria

1. Impairment in Social Interaction:

  • impairment in nonverbal behaviors related to social interaction, such as eye contact and facial expression
  • failure to develop peer relationships
  • lack or spontaneous sharing of enjoyment or interests, as evidenced by showing or pointing out objects.
  • lack of social or emotional reciprocity

2. Impairment in Communication:

  • delayed or nonexistent language development
  • impairment in conversation abilities if language is present
  • stereotypic, repetitive language or idiosyncratic language
  • lack of make-believe or social imitative play

3. Repetitive and Stereotyped Behavior, Interests and Activities

  • abnormally intense preoccupation with one or more interests
  • seemingly inflexible adherence to routines or rituals
  • stereotyped and repetitive mannerisms, such as hand or finger flapping or twisting, or whole-body movements
  • preoccupation with object parts

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