Frequently Asked Questions

Holistic health is the idea that the body is made up of many different parts, which all work together to bring you the best possible health. Holistic health looks at your mind, body, and spirit—and how they affect one another. It also considers the environment around you and how it affects your overall well-being.

A holistic health coach is a professional who helps people achieve their health goals by looking at all the components of one’s life. This includes diet, exercise, mental health, relationships with others and self-care. Holistic health coaches help clients identify and overcome obstacles to achieving their goals by developing new habits that support their overall well-being.

Iridology is the study of the iris, a part of your eye. It’s used to look at the structures in your body and determine what imbalances are present and what they might be related to.

It’s a handy tool for helping to pinpoint issues that may be causing you pain or discomfort so that you can work toward healing them.

Sclerology is the study of sclera, the white part of your eye. Sclerology is an alternative medicine practice that uses a holistic approach to help patients with eye diseases, including glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts. Sclerology practitioners are trained to recognize the root cause of eye problems and determine whether they can be addressed through nutrition or other lifestyle changes.

Yes, it does! In fact, the health benefits of juice cleansing are so numerous that many people consider it to be one of the best ways to detoxify your body. Juice cleansing helps you lose weight, cleanse your skin, increase energy levels, improve digestion, and even reduce wrinkles. But it’s not a miracle cure for everything. 

Yes, eczema can be treated. While there is no cure for eczema, it can be managed with the right treatment plan. Many people find that their symptoms improve when they avoid triggers—such as heat and humidity, certain soaps or detergents, and certain foods. Using the right creams or ointments to keep their skin hydrated can also be helpful. Avoiding things that cause flare-ups is key.

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