My personal lifelong commitment is to research commonsense, practical, efficient, affordable ways of staying well and make these tools available so you can take charge of your own body and your own health.
I try to convey this message on my radio show and in my writings and through our Customer Service at RnA ReSet. You do need reliable health information, you do need reliable tools and I encourage you to take that information and those tools and make them your own.
Gone are the days when doctors and drug companies put medicine in an ivory tower and presume they know more about your body than you do. The people that read my blogs know that medicine, and even alternative medicine, has become so specialized that they don’t see the whole picture – they just see specialized parts. I spoke about this recently in my blog Total Body Meltdown.
Because doctors don’t see the whole body, they don’t see that basic remineralization and gentle detox are the solutions – they think it’s to simplistic. So they complexify illness and keep searching deeper and deeper. They look at genetics, amino acids, neurotransmitters, hormones, intestinal flora – all individually and come up with lots of data that they then try to manipulate with ineffective solutions – mostly too many drugs or too many supplements.
I’m convinced that our bodies are brilliant and know what to do with their genes, amino acids, neurotransmitters, hormones and intestinal flora if they have access to well absorbed minerals (sea salted water, ReMag, ReMyte) and gentle detox (ReAline, RnA Drops, and a yeast-free diet).
So, my advice is to study my information and make your own decision whether to take my Total Body ReSet formulas and get in touch with questions only if you need to fine-tune your protocol. This approach puts you in charge of your own body and me as your helper – not the other way around.
Carolyn Dean MD ND
The Doctor of the Future®
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