When we look for answers and information, it is a process-- meaning it does require research. I personally do not believe their is one correct way, one magic bullet, one therapy or supplement that provides all the answers for everyone. We are each, unique individuals, with a unique make-up of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual qualities that create who we are.
I suggest you look deeply for your own truth, finding what resonates with you, then begin your work. Whether it is to simply find a relaxation method, discover inner peace, or seek a cure or a healing from a physical challenge...the journey when viewed as an adventure with many possibilities and opportunities for learning and discovery, makes for more successful travelling.
We each need to take responsibility for our own healing, be it whatever level needed, assemble our support team, then move forward in the process. Below are a few of my top 5 favorite websites that I feel provide a critical information for those who are on the holistic journey. I really have many top 5's but here is a start, we'll call it the Basic Level
The Natural News Network is a non-profit collection of public education websites covering topics that empower individuals to make positive changes in their health, environmental sensitivity, consumer choices and informed skepticism. This was my first website I favorited in the wellness area when I started to do my own research work.
2. Organic Consumer Association
Another of my earliest favorites. I remember contacting them back then when planning to organize an event at my small wellness center and was surprised that the size of their staff was bascially equal to mine--very tiny! OCA is an online and grassroots non-profit organization campaigning for health, justice, and sustainability. Great articles and campaigns...this is where I first learned about the Mighty Monsanto.
3. DORway to Discovery
This site is what I consider the premier Aspartame Education site. Agh, an ongoing project of mine-- to educate people about Aspartame, especially my friends and relatives who are brainwashed into thinking that this a healthy alternative to sugar.
4. Sweet Remedy
A site dedicated to those individuals who withstand the confusion, casualties and obstacles involved with taking control of their food and their health.
5. Price-Pottenger Foundation
It was established to provide the public and healing professions with historical and anthropological findings, and up-to-date, accurate scientific information on nutrition and health. The Foundation is known for its integrity and accuracy in making this information available to the public.
As I mentioned I have many top 5 favorites, but these will get your started.
My recommendation...do your homework...research...find your own answers...this is the way that works the best for all of us...we need to remember we are not carbon copies, mass produced from some assembly line.
If you need some more sites to visit, hop on over to my website Seeds for Change Wellness, the monthly newsletter on the home page provides a vast assortment of Articles, Websites, Videos, etc that will keep you busy researching for hours.
Have some recommendations not on the list that have been helpful to you? I would love to hear from you, so we can add them to the expanding library.
Oh yeah, Remember to make it an amazing day! .