Health reThink aims to shift from traditional medical care, and reThink how we can promote health, healing and relief from suffering, through the most natural means possible.
Have you ever paged through a house and home magazine, or flipped through Pinterest while admiring the beautiful images of stunning homes across the world? Have you ever wished you had the funds to fix up your home, or give it a complete facelift?
Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror, or stared at your list of daily medications, wishing you could "fix up" your body for good and start over? Have you had aches, pains, falls, procedures or other incidents that made you feel like your body is just not what it should be?
There certainly are diseases and health problems which prove difficult to treat or cure. But there are MANY, and I say again: MANY diseases and ailments, which can and will improve with certain changes in the way we live. Some changes may take hard work, while others are actually super simple. But if you, as most people do, wish you could be filled with energy, strength and health, then you are ready for a renovation project.
NEWSTART principles are based on the Biblical ideal God has set out for each person on earth, therefore, it is comprised of the basic principles of health that each person needs.
Who can benefit from NEWSTART
Absolutely everyone can benefit from NEWSTART! But in particular:
persons on chronic medications, especially for e.g. diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure), high cholesterol, gout, etc.
pregnant moms, breastfeeding moms and, well, all parents hoping to direct and teach their child a healthy way of living
individuals on a journey to break free from addiction, i.e. someone trying to quit smoking, alcohol, coffee or chocolate
any individual hoping to lose weight or needing help with maintaining a healthy body weight
auto-immune disease sufferers
acne, eczema and other skin disorders may improve when adopting NEWSTART guidelines
persons recovering from medical procedures such as surgery
children of all ages - yes, children should also be taught how to care for their bodies, and the principles remain largely the same for adults and children
elderly people hoping to maintain fitness, mobility, independence and comfort for as long as possible
anyone interested in shifting to a more plant-based diet needs guidelines that ensure a safe transition without nutritional deficiencies or excessive weight loss