Our cars get fixed; our roofs get fixed; our lawns get fixed. But we never do. In fact, we are conditioned to think such an outcome is impossible. I “GET” we are aging, subject to toxins and various "wear and tear” stresses etc. – but the same can be said for our cars, roofs, and lawns.
The standard of health care in Canada and the US is that it is normal for most people to be on a regimen of products who’s very advertising states to the effect: XYZ pharmaceutical may reduce (NOT FIX) some symptom while causing/ exacerbating (seemingly) up to 20+ new/other problems - and (best of all): be sure and ask your doctor if it’s RIGHT (????) for you – because some of the problems have been fatal. (REALLY?)
Think there is any connection between such statements and our receiving a standard of “fixing” for "US", that represents far less quality than we demand for our cars, roofs, and lawns? Indeed, if most “pharmaceutical ad copy” was used by products related to cars, roofs, or lawns the subject products would be banned.
Additionally, do you think there is any connection between the preponderance of such messaging and the realities:
Yes Virginia there really is a way to FIX things! I'm living proof that it's possible:
FIXING doesn’t require the magic of Santa Claus! It does require access to the right combination of things:
As I scamper along (at 200 pounds) on my morning runs, smiling to myself - as folks my age, or often much younger, look on in wonder (they, of course, don't even know about the GBS), it astonishes me these cellular-health technologies are not available to everyone.
It's time that changed! So here it is! I’m out to improve health care in Canada and the US – by (initially) augmenting services available to athletes and others whose livelihoods (and legacies) depend on wellness and optimal performance. Phase 2 will be bridging to the mainstream population thus augmenting services available to all. Augment means exactly that: there will always be a proper place for pharmaceuticals, but it's time they stopped being "the only game in town". (After all, when our car won't start, our roofs leak, or our lawns need help - we don't just add oil!)
And I know how to do it! The foundation for augmenting wellness and optimal performance services is the same set of (incredibly) under-utilized cellular-health technologies that helped me. These tools have no side effects, adapt to each person, and work with “what there is to work with”; this means:
Based on what worked best for me and clients, I created Replenishing Care. http://www.replenishingtechnologiesinc.com/replenishing-care/
As suggested previously, among the 9 technologies that make up Replenishing Care, high-powered Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy is the “driving force” as it brings out the best in ALL other methods: http://www.replenishingtechnologiesinc.com/
What's reasonable to expect! Over the course of my own use of high-powered PEMF and other Replenishing Care component technologies I have had the privilege to use them with elite athletes from NFL, NHL, NBA, UFC, and the Olympics. The benefits have been widespread:
I have long-realized my illness happened FOR and not “to” me. It created a life path/purpose that’s about helping others become more well so they can, in turn, pursue their life purposes. Replenishing Care is the foundation for that goal: helping the body help heal itself – for wellness, prevention, and optimal performance.
If you have an interest in learning more I’d (obviously) welcome hearing from you. In any case, it’s my pleasure to meet you. Thank you!
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Replenishing Care does not diagnose, treat, nor cure any illness or medical condition. Our services promote fitness, wellness and improved athletic performance; results vary. Readers and users alike are advised to use the information, technologies, and methods presented under the supervision of their family doctor and/or other health professionals they rely upon.