February 2010

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Memo to Congress: Explore Alternative Medicine Options
Regarding our January Holistic Healing article examining an emphasis on prevention versus treatment in terms of the nation’s current healthcare debate: Have any of our representatives looked into holistic medicine and thought that it just may be our saving grace? I will give the long and short answer—no. There are no lobbyists in Washington being paid to support holistic care like there are for the big drug companies. Instead of factoring in the millions of Americans who go to chiropractors, naturopathic doctors and those practitioners who believe that an ounce of real prevention will not only save lives, but cut healthcare cost in half, we will be ignored!

We need to become a progressive nation that seeks out solutions to our medical problems that are not always based on drugs, but on natural means such as chelation therapy, vitamin therapy and herbs.

Steve Sacco
Newark, New Jersey

 

A Comment from Our Blog
Regarding our November/December article on healthy pet food: After having two cats die of hyperthyroidism, I began to investigate and research why this would happen. I started to look at the ingredients of the dry kibble that I was feeding them at the time...it was predominantly grain-based. In fact, cats’ intestinal tracts are not suited for digesting predominantly grain foods. Since cats are carnivores, their foods should be protein-based, much like lions and tigers in the wild.

A good point, and a good reason why cats should eat high-quality food that’s tailored to their needs.

 

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