- Hiatal Hernia: Hidden Cause of Chronic Illness
- An Introduction to Constitutional Iridology
- How to Help People Stay Regular Without Laxatives
- Blood Type and Nutrition
- Herbs for the Glandular System
- An Energetic and Emotional Approach to Cancer
- Fat Facts
- Herbal Tooth Whitener
- Marrow in the Bones
- Seven Stress Solving Secrets
This incredible reference offers helpful strategies for solving health problems naturally and serves as a practial reference for herbalists or health professionals who are trying to help clients.
Steven Horne is professional member and recent past president of the American Herbalists Guild (AHG) and a professional member of the International Iridology Practitioner’s Association (IIPA). He has also served on the board of directors of both organizations.
An herbalist, natural health teacher, author, and consultant, his work has taken him all over the United States and Canada and to several foreign countries, including Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, England and Mainland China to share this wealth of knowledge. He has spoken at HerbFest, Whole Foods Expo, Clayton College’s annual conference, AHG’s annual symposium, and numerous conventions and conferences. He is a popular speaker and students find what he teaches is practical and easy to understand and apply.
Steven is the author of numerous books and course on natural healing, including: Coming Clean: Your Guide to Detoxification, Constitutional Iridology, The Endocrine Symphony, The Comprehensive Guide to Nature’s Sunshine Products and his latest release, The Heart’s Key to Health, Happiness and Success. His Certified Herbal Consultant course consists of eight correspondence courses designed to teach people how to help others improve their health with commercial herbal products and nutritional supplements. He is currently developing an Advanced Herbal Training program with Thomas Easley, another professional member of the AHG. Steven has also produced over 50 videos and DVDs on natural healing.
Steven has been a consultant and product formulator for several herb companies, including Nature’s Sunshine Products, Tri-Light, Limited Edition and Cedar Bear Naturals. Steven is the founder Tree of Light Publishing, an educational organization dedicated to helping people to heal themselves on all levels by incorporating physical, mental, and emotional modalities. Tree of Light offers professional courses, charts, books, videos and other educational materials on natural health care. Recently he started the School of Modern Herbal Medicine, which is dedicated to “excellence in herbal education.” He also offers personal health consultations through ABC Herbs in St. George, UT.
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Bone broth or stock is made by simmering meat, bones and vegetables for many hours. This process extracts minerals from the bones, amino acids like glutamine that are important for gut and brain health and gelatin, which helps with connective tissue. Bone broth is very good to help heal a damaged intestinal tract in SIBO and Leaky Gut Syndrome. It is also good for building greater immunity and resistance to disease. Because it extracts nutrients from bones and joints, it also supports the health of teeth, bones, joints and connective tissues, which can help people with arthritis, osteoporosis, tooth decay and other structural problems.
It's easier to improve your diet if you make healthier versions of your favorite treats. So, for all you fellow choco-holics out there, here's my recipe for a coconut oil and nut butter fudge. It's not low calorie, but it is very satisfying and doesn't have any refined sugars or unnatural ingredients.
One of the most important keys to maintaining good health is good nutrition. In fact, it’s quite possible that the majority of the disease we face are simply caused by poor nutrition. So, before we start trying to get well by taking herbs or nutritional supplements, we should look at resolving two primary problems. One of these is improving our nutrition, which is the subject of this article.
This article explores why modern medicine has failed to come up with reliable remedies for colds and flu. It presents the idea that if you don't ask the right questions you can't get the right answers. Those of us who are willing to "think outside the box" are often people who ask questions that other people are afraid to ask.