Your Health in Your Hands
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DisclaimerI hope this blog helps you find new ways to look at your health, though it is in no way a diagnosis tool or medical recommendation. Do not use it to make your own diagnosis without consulting an alternative/holistic or eastern medicine practitioner. Go in health...
Author Archives: kdgersch
The Dangers of Sunscreen Summer is upon us! The brutal heat. The thick humidity. Ahhhh…but we have the beach and the lake as our respite. And it’s the only time of year most of get that radiant golden glow … Continue reading
If you follow health-related articles and trends, you’ve undoubtedly heard about acid versus alkaline and the effects on illness, diseases, cancer, and overall health. It is a very confusing, controversial topic and extremely difficult to change through diet alone. Recently, … Continue reading
Dedicated to all of you who have lost a loved one. Unless you’ve been in that unfortunate situation, you cannot imagine the emotional ups-and-downs that challenge you and change you forever. Grief comes out of nowhere, like a freight train … Continue reading
The Volcanic Wonder Hello, Readers. I’ve missed you! I started writing this when we returned from our two week journey to England by way of Iceland (in May!). It was never on my bucket list to visit Iceland, but since … Continue reading
Omegas We read and hear a lot of information about “good” versus “bad” oils and fats, Omega-3s and Omega-6s, and the information can be confusing; even contradictory. These essential oils are so named because they are essential to life. Our … Continue reading
West Nile, Lyme, Zika With the new panic over the Zika virus, I thought it appropriate timing to share my knowledge (and experience) with Lyme Disease and West Nile, other organisms that can cause neurological and late-term illness, very similar to … Continue reading
Mystery Solved Dental related nerve pain and illness are more common than anyone realizes. In 2012, I was fortunate to have a doctor who witnessed many nerve-pain, dental-related cases before and asked the question that changed my life, “Have you ever … Continue reading