As we say goodbye to another winter, many of us are breathing a sigh of relief. Others, however, are breathing nervously, wondering when their spring allergies will kick in and their “sneezin’ season” will begin.
“To help the whole person, you must see the whole person.” – Dr. King
Back in 1979, I founded one of the first integrative natural health clinics in this country. My team of practitioners and I developed innovations in homeopathic medicine and natural healing protocols that led to such success that our clinic became hugely successful. Our slogan was: ‘Specializing in difficult cases.’
In my book, The Healing Revolution: Eight Essentials to Awaken Abundant Life, Naturally, nutrition is one of the eight essentials.
It’s so essential, that long ago I dreamed of someday creating a complete, organic, raw, all-in-one powder that would be whole-food based for maximum nutrition bioavailability, would include prebiotics (the preferred food source for probiotics), probiotics, phytonutrients, antioxidants, and enzymes – all from food sources. I even trademarked a name for my dream product: Life Formula®.
Enzymes aren't just a mechanism to help us digest food; they are actually so much more.
When most people hear the word “enzymes,” they think of digestion. However, enzymes aren't just elements to help us digest food. Thousands of enzymes exist throughout the body, and they facilitate essential life functions, like moving, seeing, fighting infection and creating hormones.
A sparkling ball descends on a crowd of thousands in Times Square, and with it, a massive chorus counted down from ten. When “one” was finally exclaimed at the stroke of midnight, there was rejoicing.
In America, the New Year celebration comes with a flurry of resolutions. Whether it’s losing a few extra pounds, kicking a bad habit, or trying something new, creating resolutions is a tradition many look forward to. Resolutions offer hope and hope is empowering.
Submitted by Dr. Frank King on December 10th, 2014
Your kidneys are about the size of your fist and are located on the backside of your body near the waistline. Kidneys are two of your most crucial organs − you cannot live without at least one of them. Here’s why:
Submitted by Dr. Frank King on November 18th, 2014
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (November 13, 2014) – Dr. Frank King, a fourth-generation, American farmer-turned naturopath and chiropractor, is on a mission to help people reconnect to their genetic roots (and health) by eating wild foods this holiday season.
King, owner of the homeopathic manufacturing company, King Bio, grew up on a Midwestern farm, which he converted to organic in the early 1970s before it was trendy.
Once upon a time, on a cold autumn night, Mr. E finished last-minute Thanksgiving shopping. He was excited about seeing some family for the holiday, but felt kind of strange, like something or someone had been following him around. Was it a friend or stranger? He assured himself it was just his imagination.
Exhausted from the long line at the market − and now a dose of fear − Mr. E rushed home, locked his doors and snuggled into bed.