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The Christian's Guide to Holistic Health

Real Health

Real health is far more than the absence of disease. It's vitality at all levels of being human. "The Christian's Guide to Holistic Health" is all about maximizing your health potential by cooperating with God's design for our body, mind, and spirit. God loves us enough that when He tells us to do something it's for our benefit. When He tells us to avoid something it's for our protection. With these truths in mind, The Bible becomes a plethora of useful information for our health and well-being.

Stop Struggling With Health Challenges 

Expecting to enjoy vibrant physical health and vitality by addressing the body in isolation is like a rowing team that has 2/3 of the team members rowing in the wrong direction!

Take care of all three parts to who you are.

Human beings are spirit; we have a mind; and we live in a body. In order to maximize our health potential, we must pay attention to the whole person. Using the naturopathic approach to health, we treat the person that has the illness not the illness that has the person.

Avoid Overwhelm

With a smart-phone in everyone's pocket, there's a lot of information available today, but who do you trust? 

Let me be your guide.

I've been researching health and wellness for the past 20 years. In addition, I've overcome my own health challenges that included chronic Lyme disease with debilitating fatigue, joint pain, and brain fog. I used the principles I've included in "The Christian's Guide to Holistic Health" to beat Lyme disease with no medical intervention whatsoever. Using The Bible as my guide, I've sifted through the abyss that is the health and wellness industry and distilled it down the the need-to-know information that will put you on the fast track to vibrant health and vitality.

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