By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC Gluten is everywhere, literally and figuratively. It’s in more foods then we know and in many of our conversations about food. You may have noticed that a lot of information about gluten is confusing. So here are a few important puzzle pieces to help you develop a clearer picture of… Read more »
By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC Most of us go about our lives and never think much about them. Yet they are impossible to avoid, exist in vast quantities in our environment, and can be difficult to identify. What are they? Toxins. Toxins Whether we know it or not, we are exposed daily to numerous toxins… Read more »
By Phyllis Humber For many the New Year is a time of rebirth, a time of letting go of the old and of embracing the future with renewed energy, a time of clarity and focus. Our health is one of the first things we take into consideration every January. We make determinations, set goals, and… Read more »
Health Coaching from the Inside Out is based on the premise that no external source of information â??out thereâ? is meaningful or helpful to us unless it resonates with our own deep, internal sense of knowing.
In early 1900s, Dr. John Kellogg, a skilled surgeon, initiated the use of colon irrigation. He used colon irrigation along with healthy high-fiber food to treat many gastrointestinal diseases, to minimize surgeries, and to promote healthy colons.
Like a building, human structure is subject to laws that state that masses must be balanced in order to be stable. Stackable segments of the body include the head, torso, pelvis, and so on.
Two competing theories about germs and disease have come down through history. The philosophy actually starts way back with Hippocrates and Galen and is really defined in the late 1800s by Louis Pasteur and Antoine BÃ©champ.
Going through transition requires letting go of an old life and making room for a new one. The process of changeâ??the death of a loved one, divorce, menopause, childbearing, illness, or a career changeâ??can be painful and frightening. However…
Through time, people have sought the fresh water of springs and wells as places of worship, sanctuary, and healing. The purifying and healing properties of water, especially mineral waters, are well documented. Even today…
My desire is to do more than simply survive life’s challenging times. I like to come up with strategies to keep myself feeling good. Joy, laughter, a sense of peace and connection all help to reduce stress and renew the spirit.