When it comes to maintaining good health, there are a number of theories about this. We are straddled with genetics, habits from childhood, myths and legends and input from the medical fraternity. There is so much information ti can seem daunting to navigate.

In addition to this in our modern world we are faced with all manner of things that can negatively affect our well being. Some of those include toxins and heavy metals in the environment, chemicals and additives in food, stress, and poor food choices.

In addition to this big business is obsessed with maximising profits at any cost and are takiong over as much fo the economy as they can. Pharmaceutical comanies, when they realised that people wanted more natural alternatives to medications, set up their own vitamin companies, while pushing legislators to limit the efficacy of natural supplements to render them useless.

Given all of this, the choices we make have a  major effect on our well being and quality of life.

Fortunately, the human body is very rsillient and to some extent will adapt to the environment, although eventually it takes its toll. The basis of all disease is inflamation, caused by your body being out of balance. Once the level of inflamation reaches a certain point, we get sickness and disease. I know this is simplistic, but it is a general rule of natural health.

Because of this, what we are discussing here are ways to reduce inflamation, which can lead to better health outcomes, regardless of any treatments you might need. Over time the strategies will extend your quality of life and reduce the effects of the many challenges to our health.