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51% of Americans Have Constant or Recurring Pain
People are oftentimes drugged for their pain, but repairing the body through specific nutrition is a healthier and more successful way to go.
About four in ten Americans say pain interferes with their work, sleep, mood, activities and enjoyment of life.
Stanford resource: http://abcnews.go.com/
Sarah kept going to her doctor and couldn't find relief. She tried everything he recommended and then she stumbled upon something different at the Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor. She was introduced to nutritional supplements and diet changes to relieve her pain rather than mask it.
They worked. Sarah's headaches are gone... stomach cramping and pain is non-existent, along with all her other symptoms, normally managed by prescription drugs.
"The diet changes and supplements have been a life saver for me. The longer I use them the better and stronger I feel. I really wish that everyone would understand the power of natural healing. It has been an amazing transformation for me and I am so thankful that I found Dr. Shannon!" Sarah Dovin
"Nutrition is the foundation of good health. You can improve the way your body and organs work and your lab results long term by eating quality food and whole food supplements that have what your body needs. The main cause of disease is not genetics, stress or personality. It comes from malnutrition. Food manufacturers use chemicals to make food look real, smell real and taste like real food with lots of chemicals but these are detrimental to health. The processed foods we eat are the cause of our current health problems. Eating wholesome, real food reverses the disease and damage caused by fake food products." says nutritional expert Dr. Darren Schmidt.
The application of this knowledge is not done at hospitals or urgent care centers. Nutrition based health improvement programs are only found at Wellness Centers.
The Nutritional Healing Center located in Ann Arbor, Michigan (www.thenutritionalhealingcenter.com)
To schedule an interview with our patients and doctors, contact:
Jessica Bonesteel, office manager