Food as medicine!

My son, who is working out and very active this summer, called to tell me he cured his Athlete’s Foot in one week with some advice from his doctor. His doctor, who is a famous doctor in the Detroit area explained that his condition is caused from a yeast overgrowth in his body. Your body always has millions of yeast and other organisms living happily in and on, usually in harmony. When an imbalance occurs, we call it “disease”. A dis-ease does not call for harsh chemicals, rather for a gentle lifestyle shift.

In this case my son added iodine to his diet in large enough amounts to balance the body. Rather than use a supplement, which he has trouble digesting or tolerating at times, he used kelp wraps from Whole Foods to supplement his diet. In one week, all symptoms gone!

Many articles can be found on Life Extension Foundations website Life Extension Foundation

I am not affiliated with them, however I use their site and experts for my research. When you find the research that shows results to aid you in the dis-ease, research the Super Foods that provide you with the nutrients you are missing and add them to every meal for a 7-10 day period. You should see results within 48 hours.

There are times when you must see your physician so never try to delay going for a serious condition.

Enjoy your weekend!

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About Dianna Sabo

Dianna Sabo is an automotive and aerospace engineering/program manager who studies health science, nutrition, and organic living in her spare time. She enjoys learning natural paths to health and vitality. She lives in the greater Detroit area and enjoys photography, travel, music, and can often be seen at the local arboretums or out shooting photos around the world.
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2 Responses to Food as medicine!

  1. Rik says:

    Love your blog!

  2. Dianna Sabo says:

    THANK YOU! I hope you enjoy some of the articles I will be writing in the future, too!

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