Our mission at Natural Healing Centers is to encourage healing on all levels, being able to reach one’s highest potential within the sacred structure containing body, mind and spirit.
Physical Issues and the Emotional Connections
Holistic healing modalities incorporate the philosophy that all issues have a physical, emotional, and spiritual connection. If all levels are not addressed, the condition is likely to “come and go.” Once we address and allow healing to all components, we are ready to let go and release those things that may be causing us grief and pain. This allows the body to be in harmony and for us to move forward to our next chapter in life.
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Cooking with Oils
Remove the Bad Fats and Use the Good Fats
Did you know that your brain is 60% fat? Fats are essential for proper brain function, building healthy cell membranes, proper blood clotting, absorbing essential nutrients (like vitamins A, D, E, and K) and protecting vital organs.
The low- fat food myth tells us that low fat, processed foods are healthy for us. However, when they remove the normal fats from these foods they replace it with sugar, usually high fructose corn syrup, to give the food some flavor. This is detrimental to your health! More sugar and carbohydrates can lead to more calories and weight gain. When you see “non-fat” or “low fat” foods, think more sugar and the potential for weight gain.
Use the acronym BACON to determine good, healthy fats:
B: Butter or Ghee (clarified butter)
A: Avocado Oil or Avocados
C: Coconut Oil, Coconut Cream, Coconut Milk (unrefined, full fat, unsweetened, guar gum acceptable)
O: Olive Oil
N: Nut Oils (unrefined, expeller pressed)
*Grapeseed Oil is another good source. Look for unrefined.
When cooking with oils, it is very important to not to overheat as this can turn a good fat into a rancid fat!
Breathing properly benefits the body by increasing circulation, decreasing pain and inflammation, and calming anxiety.
Pituitary Type Diet
This diet is highly recommended for those who have hormonal imbalances, fertility concerns and thyroid symptoms.
Gallbladder Friendly diet
This diet is highly recommended for those who have had their gallbladder removed or for those who have worse digestive issues when they eat fried foods, fatty foods, spicy foods and dairy.
This diet is highly recommended for those who have toxic overload, low immune function, allergies, autoimmune conditions and symptoms that “come and go.”
Adrenal Type Diet
This diet is highly recommended for those with anxiety or those who have blood sugar handling concerns. This includes feeling “hangry,” or feeling weak, dizzy or shaky when a meal is skipped.