Digestive Health Ann Arbor offers a comprehensive holistic approach to helping people facilitate the natural & instinctive healing process of the human body. We use the appropriate tools to help understand what is needed to restore your body to health.
The most important question about your health is: What is stopping your body from healing?
It is important to know that: 70% of immune system & 50% of your lymphatic system is in your gut.
You also need to know that there is a direct and immediate link between the health of your gut and most chronic health conditions.
These conditions can include (but not limited to) all auto immune illness such as MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, IBS, Asthma, Hypothyroidism, Migraines & Psoriasis.
Undetected food allergies and sensitivities are the number one cause of most problems arising from your digestive tract and yet 60% of people with food allergies do not have digestive problems. A complete approach to wellness will give your entire body what it needs to heal.
Most of us, in one way or another, have been impacted by the horrifying consequences of cancer. We all dream of a world without cancer. We all dream of the day when the cure to cancer will be found, in hopes that it will never again have the power to ruthlessly take the lives of our loved ones. But, what if I told you this world already exists? <p>
The Hunza people live in a world free of cancer. "How?" you may ask. But the right question is what. What is the key to “curing” the ruthless disease? Experts have found that the secret to their world is actually quite simple, their nutrition and lifestyle. <p>
Let’s begin with the question, who are the Hunzas? They are a small population of 30,000 who live in the Himalayas located at the ultimate northern point of India where the borders of India, China, Kashmir, and Afghanistan meet. <p>
An important aspect to note about the health of these people without cancer is that in addition to the absence of disease, they’re energetic, enthusiastic, and peaceful all at the same time. Moreover, unlike the average 70-year lifespan of a Westerner, the Hunzas’ average age is 120 years. Their exceptional longevity allows the Hunza to do things that Westerners can not after a certain age. For example, it’s typical for a 90-year-old Hunza man to become a father. <p>
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