Nurturing Our Eating Instincts
Adapted from What Should I Eat? Book 1 – Finding Your Ideal Diet
In my book, What Should I Eat?, I advocate the inclusion of our instincts and intuition in making our food selections. as well as providing suggestions for nurturing our eating instincts. One such suggestion is to simply include raw and unprocessed fruits and vegetables in the diet – eaten one at time, when possible. Such unprocessed foods will more than likely promote easier access to our eating instincts because this is generally how Mother Nature provides food.
Your Protection is Within
During an outbreak of an infectious disease, including serious epidemics, some people get sick and some do not. Of those who do get symptoms, some get a little sick, some get very sick, and some die. Yet, they all share the same environment and are exposed to the same microbes. What is the difference?
A Cure for Fibromyalgia
A young woman came to my office exhibiting all the symptoms of fibromyalgia. My patient had first sought help from a medical doctor, but was basically told, “It’s all in your head,” which, apparently, is not an uncommon response. In other words, these individuals are often dismissed as neurotics or hypochondriacs. The truth is that fibromyalgia syndrome is very physical. We can clearly describe the physiological changes that occur in this condition. Simply put, fibromyalgia is yet another way that the body succumbs to stress.