With over 25 years of experience in treating patients from an alternative health perspective, Dr. Donna Schwontkowski offers insight into how to use natural methods of healing to significantly improve your health.
Her background includes being a retired chiropractor, a dietitian in charge of nursing home residents’ nutritional needs, a clinical nutritionist, and a Master Herbalist.
Those who have psoriasis on greater are 48% more likely to have high blood pressure. Here are some tips to help lower your blood pressure!
When you have psoriasis alternative therapies can be very tempting, but many won't help you at all.
Some foods are particularly good for skin health, and therefore psoriasis, due to their high nutrient content and detox abilities.
Your skin responds to diet. So why not feed your skin with the nutrients it needs? Discover some of the best vegetables for psoriasis skin conditions.
We know that the more fruits and vegetables you consume, the more beautiful your skin is. That's why smoothies for psoriasis are a great idea!
Your skin takes about six weeks to regenerate. So eating the right foods for psoriasis can make a big impact on your skin in a relatively short time period.
When you encounter an emotional situation, your body has a physical reaction to that stress. This can make psoriasis symptoms worsen. Massage can help.
Why not try an ancient method of healing – acupuncture – to test out the concept the doctors of traditional Chinese medicine have about illness?
If you are not familiar with alternative healing, this article will help clarify some of these methods for you.
Dr. John Christopher is well-known in the field of natural healing. A case history of Dr. Christopher shows the power of herbs to reduce psoriasis symptoms.