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If Autism Is Treatable, Should It Be Treated?

For over a decade, attention has been drawn to the escalating incidence of autism and for good reason. A March 2014 Center for Disease Control (CDC) report suggests that within the last few years, the incidence of autism has jumped another 30 percent. This calculation suggests that autism is doubling in incidence every four to five years. Based on calculations ... Read More »

MTO Kombucha: Love and Health in Every Bottle

For those who haven’t jumped on the Kombucha bandwagon, or insist that the nutrient and probiotic-rich fermented tea either smells or tastes bad, there is ample evidence that they haven’t been drinking Ralph Crafts’ MTO (Made to Order) Kombucha. A quick tasting of the different blends leaves even the most skeptical drinker with a different perspective of the popular health ... Read More »

Treating Menopause Naturally

Plant based, bio-identical supplementation for hormone related transitions can be extremely beneficial for alleviation of debilitating symptoms, as well as the promotion of optimal health. Using these treatment modalities in a low dose and safe manner creates essentially no health risk of previously utilized high dose synthetic hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Perimenopause and menopause are natural life changes, with the ... Read More »

Craniosacral Therapy Treating Post Concussion Syndrome

Every year, 24,000 children below the age of five have mild to traumatic brain injuries (TBI), due to falling from shopping carts in the United States. 250,000 children in the United States get treatment for concussions from sports injuries yearly, according to ABC and NBC evening news reports in March 2014. An average of 53,000 people die yearly, in the ... Read More »

Spring Clean Your Beauty Products

The average American uses 12 (or more) skincare and beauty products per day. If you are using conventional, non-organic products, then this equals 12 potentially toxic loads applied directly to your body. Your skin is your bodies largest organ and absorbs toxins into your bloodstream. By entering through the skin, these toxins can be deposited and stored throughout your tissues, ... Read More »

The Cutting Edge in Health, Healing, Brain Wellness and Enlightenment with Chas Gant M.D., Ph.D.

  Dr. Chas Gant, an internationally known author, physician and local practitioner, grounds his healing work with the fundamental belief that his job, as a healer, is to prepare his patients for a greater journey to wellness and fullness of life. It is through his rare combination of training in biochemistry, his medical degree and specialties in family practice, psychiatry, ... Read More »

Rolfing Restores Alignment, Balance and Freedom of Movement

Rolfing Structural Integration has the potential to put your body aches to rest and give you the freedom of movement you thought wasn’t possible anymore. And contrary to popular belief, Rolfing  can be highly effective and pain-free. This hands-on form of bodywork manipulates the fascial wrapping of muscles and bone that is continuous from your head to your feet. The ... Read More »

Super Juice – the Benefits of Kombucha

  Although Kombucha may seem like it is the latest new thing that many foodies and nutrition experts have "discovered," this fermented tea has ancient roots in China and India. For more than 2,000 years, it has been used for its digestive properties, while providing a link from generation to generation in traditional families, who pass the essential ingredients (and ... Read More »

Reconnective Healing Offers Help for Range of Motion Issues

A new study by researchers at the University of Arizona has shown definitively that, people who have range of motion limitations in their arms and shoulders show a significantly greater level of healing and pain reduction, with a 10-minute, one-time session of Reconnective Healing, than when treated with physical therapy.    This study, coupled with a highly acclaimed segment with ... Read More »

From “Shoulding” to Being

Mothering today is complicated. Mothers are bombarded by parenting “shoulds” from all angles. There are, of course, the old school “shoulds” coming from colleagues, friends and family. But, with the growing mother market, never before has there been so much “stuff” out there for moms. And, along with this stuff, comes a lot of messaging. A lot of “shoulds”. Aside ... Read More »