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Had a thought.

Today I got into my car and drove. I drove only far enough to realize that my brain is intimately aware of a number of things all at once.

The responsive nature of our physicality is unparalleled by the very thing responsible for keeping me safe at that time. My health is dependant on the metal, the seatbelt, the technology that I know as “car”.

I realize that I am in the driver seat. If anything were to go awry, it would first start from some kind of breakdown in communication between my sensory awareness and the world around me, maybe the technology.  But assuming there is nothing wrong with the car, the responsiveness starts with the driver, the person or thing in control.

Secondly, that responsiveness is transferred to the car. I suddenly depend on appropriate tire pressure, calipers, brakes, suspension, steering wheels, alert signals, road signs, and pavement markings, even other drivers to keep me alive. My life hangs in the balance when I take the risk of getting into a moving vehicle.

Our brain TODAY is responsive to quick or labored health decisions. A solid, healthy, nutritious meal is full of the dietary information your body is expecting and you will feel the effect of eating well. A full days worth or less of physical and mental stress will create misery for the autoimmune patient’s systemic inflammatory mechanisms adding to the everpresent disease symptoms they would much rather be liberated from. Choices have consequences and that’s a rule of law in this universe.

Sometimes health is marketed in bottles and powders but conscience knows that ultimately we must make the right health decisions over a long period of time. Or else….

It’s not unwise to think of health as something you control. In fact, the odds of health being  properly managed by healthcare practitioners is looking more dismal as the years go by. If doctors continue to refuse the natural, conservative treatment options and instead proclaim a biased, self imposed position of simply “managed care”, generational decline will continue to show its ugly head.

But we can reverse the tide!

We have to “get physical”, standing up for genetic sustainability, believing in nature to correct itself and maintain balance after we treat dysfunction or disease naturally.

We naturally decline. We can naturally build ourselves back up again. That is the science of natural healthcare and it starts by believing that we have the power within us.

Dr. Rhett

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