Tissue healing is the key to better health

We often measure our health via parameters such as blood pressure and cholesterol level. But what about the stability of our blood vessels i.e. tissue strength and resilience of the cells and tissues?

Do you know that the primary causes of heart disease are blood vessel instability, tissue weakness and spasms as a result of nutrient deficiencies? This may explain why some people can die from a heart attack or stroke despite having normal blood pressure and cholesterol readings.

The first primary prevention is the lifestyle program I mentioned in my book From Leaf to Life i.e. the 7 Sacred Letters of Wellnesss.

Another most powerful way to build resilience in our tissues is the regular consumption of herbs that are known to promote tissue healing such as Emblica officinalis as in my product Phytolec (click on http://www.slnaturopath.com for details),yarrow and Gotu kola.

Start working on it and you will age gracefully.


About Sebastian Liew

Matthew Wood, the renowned American herbalist described Sebastian as ‘one of the most unique and talented practitioners of natural healing and herbalism.’ The New Paper (Singapore) called Sebastian Liew 'The Medicine Man'. Indeed, Sebastian is a qualified and registered Medical Herbalist (accredited by the National Herbalists Association of Australia), with a Master's degree in Herbal Medicine from the University of New England, Australia. He is the first medical herbalist in Singapore and is known to popularize phytotherapy (Western herbal medicine), European traditional medicine, and St Hildegard medicine (Germany) in Singapore and probably in Asia. Sebastian has 20 years clinical work experiences and treated numerous patients with different medical conditions from all age groups in his Singapore clinic. Sebastian authored the book, Leaf to Life: The Natural Approach to Slow Down Aging and Living a Healing Life, which set the fundamentals for healthy aging and the prevention or treatment for almost all diseases.
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