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The Hero and The Villain

If your personal journey of health and well-being was a story that lasted 100 healthy years or more, who would be the hero of the story? If you did not live these quality years and instead lived a deteriorating life to 60 or 70, who would be the villain? Understanding the hero and the villain will help you make choices that ensure that you and your loved ones live an active healthy life and express your full potential throughout your lifetime.

The Hero

The hero of this story is your Innate Intelligence. Your body has within it an innate intelligence that, from the moment of conception, strives to keep you functioning at your best. From the moment you were conceived, one cell grew into over eighty quadrillion cells without any direction from a doctor, drug, or research.

Your brain and spinal cord are the most important systems in your body and were placed in protective casings of bone for safety. The heart was placed in the center of your chest, a great location to distribute oxygen, nutrients, and waste products to their proper locations with efficiency. Your Innate Intelligence knew how tall you were going to be before you were born. It was equipped with the resources required to digest your food and adapt you to your environment. As long as your Innate Intelligence is free to express itself, then you have a great chance of expressing your full potential for eighty, ninety, a hundred years and beyond.

The Villain

The villain in this story is anything that interferes with the expression of your Innate Intelligence. Nerve interference, lifestyle interference, and environmental interference can reduce your body’s innate ability to communicate and regulate itself. It is very common during the birth process for a baby’s spine to be injured, especially in the upper neck, which can reduce nerve transmission over the spinal cord and nervous system. This type of nerve interference can result in immediate symptoms such as colic, constipation, diarrhea, and allergies, or it may lie dormant for decades until your body can no longer adapt.

Nerve interference can also occur during childhood through sports injuries, falls, and poor nutrition. Again, it can cause numerous symptoms, or lie dormant and asymptomatic for decades. Car accidents, falling down the stairs, weight gains or losses, and emotional stressors are just a few additional causes of nerve interference.

Lifestyle interference can also alter the expression of your body’s Innate Intelligence, affecting your health while also causing nerve interference, sickness, and disease. Lifestyle interference includes poor diet, poor posture, being overweight, eating excessive amounts of sugar and caffeine, taking drugs, and stress. Interference is the villain of this story, your story, because it robs your body and mind of your true innate capabilities.

Environmental interference is caused by toxicity from air, food, water, or chemicals, as well as accidents or natural disasters. With chemtrails blanketing the sky, GMO foods on our tables, and dangerous chemicals in our crops and water, environmental interference has never been more of a problem to our nervous system. Robert Zieve, MD, recently wrote in an article called Neurological Disorders: The Growing Epidemic of the 21st Century, that chronic neurological diseases are fast becoming the debilitating epidemic of our time. As Dr. Zieve points out, “We live in a toxic world. The great majority of chemicals we now take in daily were not on the planet 30 years ago. These toxins become neurotoxins, damaging the nervous system.”

Our chiropractic office will do everything we can to nurture your hero and eliminate this villain from your life, and keep it out for the rest of your life, so that you and your loved ones can enjoy the quality of life you deserve. By nurturing your Innate Intelligence and expressing your full potential, you can enjoy health for a lifetime.

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