Filling in the Gaps
"You can trace every disease and every aliment to mineral deficiency”.
Linus Pauling, chemist, twice Nobel Prize winner
Did you Know?
Herbs have been used for centuries as plant therapy dating back to 13,000 – 25,000 BC.
According to the world health organization (WHO) herbs are still used by approximately 80% of the world’s population in some aspect as a source primary healthcare. And, in North America herbal usage has increased by nearly 70%.
“Scientific evidence continues to accrue, supporting the notion that herbs are valid medicines and can safely treat the human body”, Louise Tenney, Master Herbalist.
As late as 1960, some herbs were still listed in the Physician’s Desk Reference.
Herbs are considered food for the body and when used properly in their natural state can bring strength. The body systems are a team working together for the health of the whole body. The body is as strong as its weakest link. Prevention is the best way to help strengthen the weak systems and support the already strong ones.
CELLENDA helping nutrient absorption into the cell
ReKICK thyroid support and balance, naturally
CELLENDA & REKICK ~ Plant based nutrition bringing energy into the cells and nourishing the thyroid.
Thyroid health affects all aspects of well-being both genders, all ages. It is estimated that 200 million people in the world have some form of thyroid disease. In Canada, there is a staggering number of people affected. Of those, as many as half are undiagnosed causing thyroid health to be a huge problem. The hormones the thyroid secretes are essential to all growth and metabolism.
2017 THYROID FOUNDATION OF CANADA
Poor thyroid health can cause a multitude of symptoms and could be tied to many other diseases. The body does not make iodine so it is an essential part of your diet. If you do not have enough iodine in your body, you cannot make enough thyroid hormone. Thus, iodine deficiency can lead to enlargement of the thyroid, hypothyroidism, and to mental retardation in infants and children whose mothers were iodine deficient during pregnancy.
2017 AMERICAN THYROID ASSOCIATION