Lessons From The East: The Benefits Of Natural Health Care

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Lessons From The East: The Benefits Of Natural Health Care

Welcome. I hope you are in the best of health as you read this blog. If not, perhaps there will be some ideas on these pages to help with your ailments. A decade ago, I was deemed healthy by my GP, but constantly suffered from various unidentified aches, pains and illnesses. It was after I started living in China that my general well-being improved. I started using a range of natural health care measures used by the locals. Massage, herbal medicines, specific exercises and a holistic eating plan saw me reach the peak of my fitness. Years later, I am still reaping the benefits of following a natural health care regimen which is preventative rather than reactive. I hope that my blog inspires you to explore at least some of the alternatives out there. Try natural and stay healthy!


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