Functional Medicine: What Dr. Rosman Does
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition is the equivalent of having a whole community of medical detectives uncovering evidence helping to explain what it is about your diet, lifestyle, genetics, exposure to toxins, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, drug depletion of essential nutrients, emotional stressors, infections, dysfunction of your body’s physiology, excess or deficiency of brain chemicals, structural imbalances of your body, and more have contributed to your current health complaints and medical diagnoses of illnesses your physicians may have given you. Continue reading
Identify a stone or jewel or charm that you can hold easily in your palm, and hold it palm facing up. Curl your fingers around it gently, without any strain or tension. Let your hand rest easily on a part of your body or on any part of the furniture on which may be reclining. Please be sure that it rests comfortably. For just a moment or so, examine it with your eyes. What shape is it? What color is it or are there many hues and tones? Continue reading
Disclosure: This article was excerpted from the Biotics Bulletin published by BioticsResearch
Following the article is Dr. Rosman’s commentary
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We tend to think that drugs are safer than they really are, and we tend to think that they are more effective than they really are. Heath Ledger had problems with anxiety and sleeping, for which he took drugs and we know how that worked out. According to a report from MSNBC, based on NIH figures, between 2000 and 2004, the use of sleep
medications doubled among adults aged 20-44. Use in children even increased by 85%. Americans now spend around $5 bi l l ion each year on sleep medications. Continue reading
What does “normal” mean when you have your annual blood test or when you suspect something is wrong and you ask for tests to finally get some reasons for why you feel so sick?
Laboratory testing is a critical and often mysterious aspect of health care. An estimated 60 to 70 percent of the decisions related to diagnosis, treatment and hospital admission are based on samples of blood and urine, according to the College of American Pathologists website.