How I changed my lifestyle and reversed diabetes by learning the secretes food manufacturers do not want you to know.
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Rev. Dr. Brenda will reveal how after suffering from 5 chronic diseases (diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, acid reflux and obesity) for 10 years, she began a 9 week journey which changed the trajectory of her health. This journey taught her how to eat, helped her release 17 pounds and reduced the number of prescription drugs she took daily from 8 to 2. She also learned how important balanced pH levels are to our overall health. During her journey she discovered how changes in food production have rendered most of our food unsafe to eat and believes these changes are the major cause of the epidemic increase in food related diseases in our country.
Armed with knowledge and determination to be healthy Dr. Brenda changed her lifestyle, began to eat organic grown foods, started to exercise regularly, and in 9 short weeks she reversed diabetes. These amazing results inspired her to write the book, Make Food Your Medicine and Medicine Your Food to help others reclaim their health and life.
Dr. Brenda will share the numerous insights she gleaned during her 9 week journey & provide easy steps we can all take to begin to gain control of our health and our lives.
Our bodies are composed of trillion of cells. Cells are the brick and mortar from which all living tissues and organs are made. Every second million of new cells are born in the body program of self generation. It is said that this self generation program provides us a new body every seven years. If this is so, why do we suffer from so many life threatening diseases?
Healthy cells create healthy tissues. Healthy tissues create healthy organs, like the heart and lungs. Healthy organs create healthy systems like, the immune system. And, healthy systems make up a healthy body.
The health of the body depends on the health of its individual, single cells. Disease starts at the cellular level, not at the organ or system level. So, what constitutes a healthy cell? What we eat, drink, breathe and bathe in determines if our cells are nourished or contaminated by the slow poisoning of our bloodstream.