The Kitchen Sink or The One Thing You Must Do To Get Healthy

If you have a problem the only way to permanently solve that problem is to identify and remove the cause.  This concept is fundamental for the process of finally healing and ridding oneself from chronic disease. This is why conventional medical treatments only manage your disease and don't actually help you get better — they don’t actually address the cause.

We recorded this video last fall during our lunch stop while on safari at the beautiful and amazing Tarangire National Park, northern Tanzania. In it I weave a metaphor likening illness and disease to a wet floor. What's the first thing you would think about if you walk into your kitchen and there's water all over? Watch closely you might see a baboon lurking on the other side of the fence.



If you're serious about healing, reversing or preventing your disease, pain, or weight issues you must TURN THE WATER OFF!

Now it's your turn. What are three things you are doing or you NEED to do to turn the water off in your kitchen sink?

Let us know in the comments below.

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Nana Kwaku Opare, MD, MPH, CA
Dr. Nana Kwaku Opare, BS, MD, MPH, CA is an internationally recognized authority in Integrative and nutritional medicine. He combines; standard allopathic medicine, acupuncture/traditional Chinese medicine, nutritional medicine and osteopathic manual medicine. He is author of: The Rule Book and user Guide For Healthy Living, and Juice Fasting For Health Wellness and Weight Loss. Opare is a strong advocate for the vegan and raw vegan lifestyle. He calls his style of practice Afrikan Natural Hygiene.

2 Comments on “The Kitchen Sink or The One Thing You Must Do To Get Healthy

04/10/2016 at 2:50 am

What an excellent analogy concerning “health”, The Kitchen Sink.

04/10/2016 at 11:19 am

Thanks. It seems to make sense to people when I give this little speech.


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