Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2011-06-28 09:36
will be offered by Boaz Brizman, M.T.O.M., L.Ac. via telephone conference
Due to many requests over time, we are finally offering the first of many series of classes detailing various aspects of Chinese medicine concepts and how they apply to our modern diet and lifestyle.
Each series of classes will be 4 Saturdays at 2:00 pm Pacific $60.00 for the series of 4 classes
Space per class will be limited. Please email sign up at email@example.com
Submitted by drbrizman on Fri, 2011-03-04 11:57
and treating chronic illness. Typically here at BOMAMED, we always convert patients from tap/filtered to Spring. Water all over the country and other countries has been found to be contaminated with medication and other toxins that may adversely effect us, and its chlorine content is very high, which, is one very big problem and perhaps contributing factor in creating chronic illness. More issues are pooping up everywhere when it comes to this heated subject.
Here is a three part interesting article:
Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2011-02-15 11:29
Dear NVIC Advocacy Team Members,
We are sending this NVIC Advocacy Team Alert to all our members to inform you of two bills in the state of Washington, HB1015 and SB5005, that not only threaten vaccine philosophical and religious exemptions for Washington residents but set a dangerous precedent for all Americans who value the ability to utilize a vaccine exemption for their children to delay or decline one or more state mandated vaccines.
Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2011-02-01 12:26
when it comes to this subject, I am far from an expert. But, I do like to pass on a good thing when I know about it. Thermography has been one good thing that I have passed on to a few patients asking for alternatives to mammography.
According to my understanding, it is able to detect cancer as it is beginning to occur, far before it becomes a cancer.
And, while this may be true-again, I am not an expert, my good friend has just been diagnosed with breast cancer and she has had mammography regularly and given a clean bill of health.
Submitted by drbrizman on Tue, 2011-02-01 09:30
is so complicated really. And, holistic dentistry is becoming more and more popular these days as an extension of people gravitating toward alternative healthcare for their general health.
Taking care of your teeth starts with eating a healthy diet, drinking healthy water (we at bomamed believe in bottled spring water) and, not eating sugar and alcohol and not drinking sodas and fruit juices and drinks of the like. These things all make a huge difference.
Submitted by drbrizman on Mon, 2011-01-31 09:54
With resistance to antibiotics growing due to the over use and misuse of antibiotic therapy, more and more people are turning to alternative forms of medicine to treat infections.
There have been many articles written by other researchers such as Dr. Mercola and others on this subject. And, I can add in that we, at BOMAMED have found alternative medicine to be very effective in treating stubborn infections as well.
Submitted by drbrizman on Thu, 2011-01-27 10:39
of ourselves, of our being, and of our health. The following article is not really about health, but, it is. Because, if we look at so many aspects of our being, we realize that those things effect our health.
This article is quite though provoking in that it brings up some thoughts about where we are, what we are doing, and where we are going. It is a great read! http://www.cnn.com/2011/LIVING/01/26/o.questions.change.your.life/index....
Submitted by drbrizman on Sat, 2011-01-22 09:12
I speak about the importance of water on both this site and the ICAMA.org site endlessly. There are countless issues across the board that relate to health as well as disease. Not being a water scientist, much of what I know I impart to others based on my experience and not on science. But, what I do try to do as often as possible, is pass on articles that others more knowledgable than I scientifically, publish on the internet or in some other media format.
Submitted by drbrizman on Sun, 2010-12-19 18:09
In trying to help our children avoid eating foods that contribute ot health and behavioral problems, it is wise to not only think of the obvious things such as excess sugar, sugar substitutes like splenda and other artificial sweeteners, but, also to remember food coloring. If the food is bright and "glowing" I always tell our children to not eat it! A cild should ask herself how a food became the color it is. And, if it does not look like it could get that color by using real food, then the rule is, say "no thank you".
Submitted by bbrizman on Sat, 2010-12-11 08:10