Vitamin D is the only vitamin our body can create and is the function of the kidney and liver. If you had been trying to fix Vitamin D deficiency with foods and food supplements you may have been confusing your self-healing system.
KOSA Acupuncture debunks the Vitamin D myths.
There are lots of different theories about diabetes, confusing and even biased by sponsoring corporations. Yet, the American Diabetes Association clearly tells they don’t have tools to prevent and cure diabetes.
Diabetes is another usual indication of the unhealthy liver and can be easily and successfully treated.
KOSA Acupuncture has debunked diabetes myths and describes what to avoid and what to do to help diabetes.
KOSA Acupuncture in Gaithersburg, MD debunks “HYPERTENSION MYTHS”.
Hypertension is not a disease but a part of self-healing mechanism.
Thus, you may not want to lower your blood pressure artificially because it might confuse your body and more importantly, your body may become vulnerable to other diseases.
KOSA Acupuncture in Gaithersburg, MD is pleased and proud to share Multiple Sclerosis Testimonials and related topics including treatment.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be treated easily and successfully.
Thanks to Bayer (Monsanto), our foods literally do not have minerals and irons any more.
Magnesium is one of very important minerals for us to survive.
Find out why magnesium deficiency occurs, what symptoms it causes and what you need to do.
KOSA Acupuncture in Gaithersburg, MD understands that magnesium is very essential for the liver to work properly.
KOSA Acupuncture is happy to share a patient’s testimonial about her amazing journey of healing hypothyroidism and overlapping conditions.
She is so healthy that she doesn’t need any drugs anymore not to mention all of her conditions have been eliminated.
Not only she saw the light at the end of the tunnel, but also she does not have to go back into the tunnel because she has been educated with the true.
You CAN lead a horse to water but you CAN’T make him drink.
Camels can go several days without drinking. Once water becomes available, they drink only to replenish what they lost.
Furthermore, during the winter, only camels’ food provides water.
Although people are told to drink roughly 64 to 80 ounces a day of water, most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods.
Simply, too much is too much.
KOSA Acupuncture recommends not to drink water unless you are thirsty.
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