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Kimberly Lloyd, PhD, BCHHP

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February 10, 2017

Empirical science studies the material world. In fact, the purpose of science itself is for the study and understanding of the world we can see, hear, smell, touch, and taste. Science also studies the invisible aspects of our world that we cannot necessarily see or hear or feel, but that we can experience, such as gravity and entropy and the electromagnetic spectrum. The beauty of holism is that it strives to take into consideration a whole, to understand the entirety, to leave no aspect of the whole outside of orderly and logical consideration. Science has discovered countless facts about our world and our lives in relation to the world. When it comes to health and healing, the holistic approach leaves no aspect of man outside the whole. While much of the physical aspect of man can be studied empirically via scientific investigation, the mental and spiritual must take a different approach to understanding. There exists a philosophical system in place for the mental understanding and c...

February 4, 2017

It's a great question, really. Is vegetarianism, or even veganism, more healthful than eating a diet that includes animal flesh and products produced by animals? Or does it simply come down to a matter of one's philosophy, beliefs, or cultural background? I am going to answer that question based on the most recent research and analysis now available that has long studied diets and the effects of each diet on people groups from ages past to modern day.

Nearly every culture and its dietary practices have been studied, at least in part. Two doctors who did just that immediately come to mind; two men studying two polar opposite dietary practices, both with incredible findings. The first is Dr. Herbert Shelton who was a firm believer in plant based diets. He witnessed incredible results within his own practice where he prescribed plant foods for the healing of chronic and even terminal diseases. The second is Dr. Weston A. Price who was a firm believer in raw dairy, free-range eggs, grass-fe...

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