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Welcome to Path to Health and Healing

Our mission is to empower you to be the master of your own health.  We are dedicated to bringing you holistic health information that helps put you back in the driver’s seat when it comes to making decisions about your own health.  Your health and healing is more than about symptoms and pills.  Instead, your health is dependent upon how your body responds to the interplay between some key root causes that contribute to physical, mental, and emotional imbalances.  Once you understand what these root causes are, you can then begin to make changes and set your own “Path to Health and Healing”. 

How Can You Begin Your Path to Health and Healing?

  • Identify the root causes that are contributing to your health imbalances.  This can include factors such as sleep quality, exposure to environmental toxins, exercise, diet, stress, gastrointestinal health, hormones, emotional and spiritual well-being. 
  • Explore the benefits of various forms of complementary and alternative therapies. 
  • Discover the benefits of Holistic and Functional Medicine.  Holistic and Functional Medicine medicine address the “root cause”.  This will be a positive influence on conventional medicine in the future. 
  • To help you get started, read “Seeds 4 Change:  A Path to Health and Healing”.

Ultimately, our goal is to provide you with functional medicine information that can help you get to the root causes of disease.  We aim to do this by increasing your awareness as to how you can have an impact on your own health transformation through blog articles, online courses, books, and various other resources that we feel you might find useful.

It is time to begin to plant the seed to transform your life, start your journey with me today. 

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        • That is a great question. There is some speculation that low vitamin D levels may be associated with high blood pressure. In fact there was a study done in 2012 by a group of Danish researches looking at this very question. In that study 92 out of 112 patients tested with high blood pressure were found to have a low vitamin D levels. Patients that were given vitamin D supplementation showed a modest, but significant drop in central systolic blood pressure of 6.8 mmHg and a 1.7 mmHg drop in diastolic blood pressure. Findings were less significant with ambulatory blood pressure readings. This was a very small study and I think further research is needed. However vitamin D does have significant research showing many other health benefits. Check out my blog on Sunday, March 10th to learn more.
          (European Society of Hypertension (2012, April 25). Vitamin D supplements can reduce blood pressure in patients with hypertension.ScienceDaily. Retrieved March 9, 2013, from¬/releases/2012/04/120425094310.htm

  1. Amy Koestner says:

    I’m looking forward to your book and your thoughts on issues like sinuses, allergies, and hormones! Good luck with your book launching!!

    • Thanks Amy! I do talk about the potential root causes of these along with other health problems in my book. I will also be posting relevant topics periodically on my blog as well.

  2. susan says:

    can you please sign me for the free course you mention seed for change. I do not know where to put in the info.

    Pass word pthfree

    • Thank you Vanda. I am passionate about increasing health awareness and curtail the epidemic of chronic and debilitating disease. Empowering people to understand what is affecting their health and what steps they can take to improve it can help them get started down the right path.

  3. Hi Laura Im not gonna comment on your products for personal reason but I gotta say Your website looks amazing the layout the colors everything looks good impressive keep at it 🙂

  4. Hi Laura,

    I love the look of your blog! Impressive! Keep up the good work.

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my MedicineWriter blog. I expect to develop it slowly, so I’m not that interested in keeping up with the “Challenge”. I have several other older sites to update, as well.

    I look forward to reading more of your posts!

    Best wishes,
    Laurie 🙂

    • Laurie, Thanks for checking out my blog. I appreciate the feedback and you following my posts. My goal is to provide people with helpful health information they can use or at least getting them thinking about those things that can impact healing and health. Good luck with your sites.

  5. tracey says:

    I have been dealing with IBS 12 years and it has brought on depression and I want to know how can
    Stop taking all these meds and treat this naturally

    • Tracey, IBS has many things at it’s root including small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, food sensitivities, yeast overgrowth are just some of the potential contributors. Believe it or not most of the serotonin your body makes is produced in the gut and your brain uses it. This is one of the main neurotransmitters that affect mood. When your gut begins to heal, you will absorb your amino acids and B vitamins better. These are what help make those neurotransmitters. For starters, I would strongly advise a one month trial of getting off gluten. This is a largely unrecognized problem that is one of the many contributors to IBS.

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