On these pages are where I keep my favorite items for promoting and maintaining good health. Some are obvious and ancient, others are obscure and modern. Yet they all somehow seem to elude most people; probably because they are considered ‘alternative.’ I hope to change that here.
The most obvious solution is nutrition, and it as at once the easiest and most difficult to obtain. The barriers to obtaining proper nutrition are numerous, but luckily, the Weston A. Price Foundation has given us the ‘holy grail’ of dietary guidance. Perhaps the resounding evidence of its efficacy is in its ability to heal cavities.
Secondly, I would suggest exercise – or simply movement as a cure to what ails you. Our bodies need movement in order to bring the full force of their systems into effect. Whatever else you might be doing, moving your body will aid its impact. I have no special comments on this topic, other than to acknowledge its importance. There is plenty of expert guidance readily available to everyone.
Another general ‘cure all’ home remedy that I turn to often is silver. Silver has been used for thousands of years, being documented in Greek and Roman history, and countless cultures since then. Nowadays we have convenient and cheep methods for making ‘colloidal’ silver, which can be administered in various ways at virtually no cost.
One more ‘alternative’ solution that I have used is ‘The Beck Protocol‘ which was developed by Dr. Bob Beck in the 1990s. Colloidal Silver happens to be one of its four parts. This has become my ultimate insurance policy against whatever may ail me.
Finally, there is a ‘trump’ card in this deck of solutions, and that would be the mind. Do not underestimate the potential power of the heart, soul, spirit, mind, or whatever you want to refer to these intangibles as. In fact, there are many studies that show just how tangible their effects can be. My discussion of reality can help you understand the how and why of it all.
There are countless other general and specific solutions to health problems, and I hope to increase awareness of them with this blog.