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What if your body could tell you why it was sick?

No guesswork, no referrals to specialists, no expensive and uncomfortable diagnostic tests—just the body’s own awareness instructing you what it needs in order to be restored to wellness.

The truth is, it can—the human body has an innate, or inborn, intelligence. It knows what’s wrong. All your body needs in order to share this valuable information is the means to communicate it.

Health and Wellness Solutions’ founder, Ed Mikrut, has devoted years to learning and understanding the language spoken by the body. Using highly sophisticated equipment and specialized training, he can discern what your body is eager to reveal.

To contact Ed, call 615 593-1855615 593-1855 or send an e-mail to info@stayingwellnow.com


1 Comment

  1. Ed Mikrut says:

    Artificial sweeteners actually trick your body and compromise metabolism keeping you from losing weight…

    Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses a report below, explaining that artificial sweeteners basically trick your body into thinking that it’s going to receive sugar, but when the sugar doesn’t arrive, your body signals that it needs more, which results in carb cravings. Most people give in to such signals and end up overeating on other foods and snacks.
    “This paper discusses these findings and considers the hypothesis that consuming sweet-tasting but noncaloric or reduced-calorie food and beverages interferes with learned responses that normally contribute to glucose and energy homeostasis.
    Because of this interference, frequent consumption of high-intensity sweeteners may have the counterintuitive effect of inducing metabolic derangements,” they wrote.

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