The Legacy Continues

Kessinger, A. Jay
March 2012
Original Internist;Mar2012, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p5
The article discusses the importance of keeping a firm footing when it comes to personal health in order to ward off the ill effects of sickness and disease. It cites the need for professional natural health care physician all those they serve by diagnosing their level of health and then applying natural therapies that were shown to be appropriate for each malady/organ system weakness treated. It suggests that genetics can be altered on a smaller scale via the normalization of body chemistry.


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