When we get sick or experience aches and pains, it’s tempting to look for causes outside ourselves. Convenient culprits:

Bad luck. Like accidents or being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Germs. Blaming illness on germs overlooks one critical ingredient—being a hospitable host!

Genetics. The new fall guy is “bad genes.” Yet, research shows that gene expression is a reaction to our environment.

We live in a world of cause and effect. Every symptom has a cause. It’s tempting to look to outside causes, but many health problems are the result of our own choices, beliefs and habits. Sometimes the effects can take decades to appear.

Ill health is the result of your body’s inability to accommodate physical, chemical or emotional stress. Similarly, good health results when your body works the way it was designed to.