About six years ago, my body began to turn on me. At least that’s what it felt like. I turned to conventional modern medicine for answers and to be honest, I had some pretty great doctors who quickly discovered some significant health issues.
But … their answers were all the same … take prescription drugs to alleviate the symptoms. And so, in desperation to escape the pain and discomfort, I did.
But then, I began experiencing new symptoms related to the various medications I was taking. I soon realized that I had a choice to make … keep taking the medications, or actually make some lifestyle changes and seek out a more holistic approach to my health issues – one that would strive to cure, rather than just mask the symptoms.
And so, with the Lord as my guide, I set about on a new journey …
Today, I’m briefly sharing about this journey over at Day2Day Joys as part of my friend Rachel’s series on how holistic healthcare improves health and wellness.
You may already know [via my About page] how a real food diet (thanks be to God) enabled me to get off all of my prescription medications and find nearly complete relief from the pain and discomfort of my chronic autoimmune disorder.
But what I haven’t shared, is how I’ve discovered some alternate methods of achieving improved health. One of the most beneficial alternative medicine approaches I’ve personally experienced is Applied Kinesiology – the art and science of using muscle testing to uncover hidden health issues that once addressed, can dramatically change your health for the better!
Dr. Scott Vrzal is my kinesiologist here in Southern California. He’s a highly trained practitioner who has not only helped me, but my family (and many, many others) as well, to achieve better health through kinesiology and the many other healing methods he employs.
So join me at Day2Day Joys to learn more about the amazing diagnostic and healing art of Applied Kinesiology. My hope is that it will encourage you and empower you on your own journey to improved health and wellness!
Joyfully Serving Him, Kelly