Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

April 1, 2011 at 12:04 pm Leave a comment

 Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Robert Frost wrote the poem, Mending Wall, in 1914.  It is best known for the line, “Good fences make good neighbors,” which is taken from a 17th century colonial proverb.  Barriers play an important role in our lives.  Barriers, in the form of rules and regulations, place order in society and teach us how to be respectful of others.  Barriers can also function as a means of protection.  In biblical times, all of the major cities had protective walls around them.  They had guards, called watchmen, who stood on the walls and would sound the alarm if enemy forces were approaching.

Our bodies are equipped with barriers (small intestine, lungs, skin, and around the brain).  Perhaps the most important of these barriers is the small intestine.  It is the link between your outside world and your internal world.  Certain foods, such as gluten, certain bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms can destroy the barrier in the small intestine.  Even stress can have an adverse effect on it.

When the barriers are compromised, toxins are able to get into your body and create an internal environment that is ripe for inflammation.  Inflammation is the key element that leads to all of the major diseases, such as cardiovascular, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and rheumatoid arthritis, etc.

Don’t let the terrorists (toxins) get past your internal border control.   Our approach is to inform you of the ideal foods and nutritional supplements that will strengthen your internal barriers.  If you want to be healthy, build up your protective walls like Nehemiah did in the Bible.   You will be spared from many devastating diseases.   Border control is ultra important for a healthy life for you and your family.   Why not start today?  Contact our office and find out how!


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