WHO estimates 50% of the global burden of disease is chronic illness.

In Canada, 51.6% of the population over the age of 20 having one or more chronic diseases. They are long lasting illnesses that often have a compounding and sustained effect on the social and economic levels of the individual and broader society. It costs $68 billion in direct healthcare costs and $122 billion in productivity losses. As outlined by Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, a more effective approach to combatting chronic disease would recognize the following: Chronic disease is ongoing, and warrants proactive, planned, integrated care within a system that patients can navigate. For the better part of the last four decades, many health agencies have advocated for a model focused on preventing and forestalling the onset of disease as the best solution to the growing crisis of chronic disease. Yet we have remained stuck in an acute care paradigm…until now.
  • Dave helps you fixing the root cause of the condition, not just alleviating the symptoms! Your "free" Doctor isn't trained in root cause analysis and is geared toward acute or immediate problems rather than significant disease prevention & reversals of conditions. Why did you manifest a condition in the first place? I tried describing my symptoms to GPs in my early 20s and they ran very, very limited tests. Turns out that at the minimum I had a hiatal hernia and deficiencies in things they don't even test or trained on!
    Don't just throw pills at it!
  • You manifested a condition because mainly of the way your individual genetics and biochemistry handles food, your work environment, social life and how your metabolism handles stress. You may have seen a whole lot of marketing about supplements and "natural health" but how do you know if it's for you and will it work for you as an individual?
  • Lots of people swear by chiropractors, massage therapists and others but how do they truly know conclusively if the treatments they are receiving are addressing the root issue? You may find this hard to believe but virtually all health problems stem from what goes into your mouth. As the ancient Chinese saying goes "disease enters through the mouth" rings true in a world full of heavily refined food, drink and extremely bad habits such as smoking combustible materials. Even if you think you are "eating well" how do you know if your body is absorbing what it needs?
  • I am aware many of you visiting sites like this are deeply skeptical when you hear words such as "natural," "wellness" and promoting the idea that pharmaceuticals are a road to nowhere. I used to be there but I knew there was a lot of validity to it, but I was waiting for someone "official" to tell me. Many "officials" have already spoken openly about this more than 70 years ago but the internet didn't exist back then.
  • How often do you obtain a blood test to find out what your body is lacking? Virtually all MDs do not receive training in cellular nutritional analysis. Did you ever wonder if your cellular "fuel tanks" are low that it could cause problems short and long term?
    "There is overwhelming evidence that vitamin deficiencies are associated with the chronic disease process and the overall condition of one's health. Inadequate intake or subtle deficiencies in several vitamins are risk factors for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and osteoporosis." -- JAMA June 19 2002, Vol. 287, No.23

Explore the nutrient connections

The term "nutrients" isn't something like a magic herbal cure. It's about getting into your body what it needs to function properly and that means many things. One of the biggest is preventing any dis-ease from happening in the first place by giving the body what it needs, but for many, treating a condition that wasn't prevented.

The Game Changer In Health

My goal is to empower you by providing trustworthy natural health information and advocating for your right to making informed health choices.