When amazing things come together with great ease, you know they were meant to be. And with awareness, you become overwhelmed with gratitude.
A year ago, I had the privilege of meeting Dr. Terry Wahls and to hear her incredible story. I knew we had to feature her in Desert Health®, and planned it for this issue. Little did I know that this timing would present the opportunity to bring her to the Desert for both a public and a clinicians’ presentation – at no cost to attendees. Over 1.6 million have viewed her Tedx Talk, and she has thousands of followers and hundreds of success stories for The Wahls Protocol.
If you know anyone with an autoimmune deficiency – or who treats those who do – please encourage them to attend this life-changing event.
I feel the same gratitude towards the growth of integrated health care here in the Valley, and with this issue, we are proud to welcome a new column by Jeralyn Brossfield, MD: The Paradigm Shift in Medicine Today. Her first editorial features her presentation to Eisenhower’s Trustees and Board of Directors on the necessity of incorporating wellness in the medical center’s business model.
One organization which knows the power of integrated health care is Desert AIDS Project, and to share the perspective of those affected, we welcome Steve Bolerjack in Living with HIV.
I also feel amazingly grateful for the large number of you who are making personal choices to improve your own health. Our past issue on Wheat Belly was so well-received, we brought on nutritionist Tiffany Dalton to provide you with tips and ideas in Gluten-Free with Tiffany.
In researching our lead feature on MS, I found Act for MS, the Desert’s only support organization for locals affected with this condition. I would be remiss not to mention this wonderful organization and its many inspiring members. The large number of serendipitous events that occurred between us introduced me to many of them, and makes the opportunity to bring Dr. Wahls to our Valley that much more special for me.
We hope you find many inspiring and informational words on our pages. Thank you so very much for reading Desert Health®. Please keep your calls and messages coming.
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With appreciation ~
Lauren Del Sarto Publisher
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