044 Whole Foods & Brain Function Denise Thunderhawk

whole foods, acupuncture, natural healing, chinese medicine

 Brain and body imbalances connect in surprising ways

Folowing 9-11 I suffered crippling PTSD. I had nausea, was vomiting, and the dizzy spells constantly knocked me off my feet. Nothing worked. My first visit with an informed doctor, he used only THREE needles because I couldn’t lie down for a complete treatment. Twenty-five minutes later, 90 percent of my symptoms were gone.
~ Denise Thunderhawk

Denise: Who  

Brief Bio: [1:09]  

“It took an enormous toll on me, and as a result of that 9-11 tragedy, I have PTSD.

I couldn’t leave my house for over a year; I didn’t sleep, except when I pulled into rest stops between my investigation cases. During that time, I used herb medicines to keep me on an even keel but I still wasn’t sleeping, and the palpitations were 24/7.

When I did sleep, the nightmares returned to haunt me. I also endured other physical pains as a result of the trauma. At one point, after several days of not sleeping, I thought I had a heart attack, the palpitations were so severe. I knew then I had to find someone to help me, someone who was more qualified. I knew for some reason that I needed to see a Chinese medicine doctor.

I found an excellent doctor nearby who helped me begin to heal my emotional wounds and physical pains.”

Denise: What      

Acupuncture [2:15]     

“After my mother passed, I built up the courage to go to medical school to study Oriental medicine, since it had helped me so much. 9/11 changed me in many ways – both good and bad – but it set me on a journey to the internal, spiritual world and taught me about healing old wounds, letting go. It taught me to see the world (and everything in it) in a whole new light. For that, I am grateful – which was one of the many lessons I learned along that bumpy road.”

Whole Foods: A Part of Any Solution

Diagnostic Patterns [10:22]

Symptom Patterns Then Modify Whole Foods Diet [21:60]

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Denise’s Book & Additional References:

  • Healing With Whole Foods – Global Amazon Link
  • Pitchford, Paul – Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition. Third Edition. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA. 2002.
  • Lu, Dr. Henry C., Ph.D. Chinese Natural Cures: Traditional Methods for Remedies and Preventions. Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers, Inc., New York, NY, 1994.
  • Hadady, Letha, L.Ac. Asian Healing Secrets: The Complete Guide to Asian Herbal Medicine. Crown Publishers, Inc., New York, NY, 1996.
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