Newsletter 15-october-2015 Going Back in Time to Move Health Forward
The anesthesiologist calls the doctor to the head of the table, “look at this mouth!” Dr. Taylor, as cardiovascular surgeon has seen the evidence of oral and dental disease over and over in patients undergoing heart and lung surgery, especially cancer patients.
“The question is, how is the mouth associated with in-stage disease and are we looking at a process where there is infection elsewhere in the body?” Dr. Leah’s observations and questions started her on a transitional journey which ended in the establishment of Millennium Health and Wellness, in St Petersburg, Fl.
The Health Formula: S+N-T=H
Here, patients looking for answers will find our Health Formula in full application. On staff at Millennium are people who understand the importance of regaining correct structure, along with others who apply nutritional approaches way beyond just “eating organic!” Toxicity prevention and elimination are stressed, all adding up to improving health.
How is it that so many people could end up on the operating table without finding earlier solutions? Dr. Taylor believes it is a matter of incorrect information streaming out to the public that limits choice.
“We deserve to have a choice on how we proceed with our lives. We deserve the information in a way we can digest and incorporate into our lives. We deserve to get the information that will keep us off the operating table!”
With all the advances made in Western medicine and the truly remarkable technical interventions, Dr. Taylor believes the next advances in health will come from turning back the clock, to start again with a view toward the self-correcting mechanisms of the body that are better served with less intervention and less ingestion of manufactured toxins, either medical or environmental.
There is evidence to support the “turn back the clock” idea.
Here are two photographs of remarkably healthy teeth from inhabitants of Pompeii , AD 79. Just five miles to the north east of the Bay of Naples stood Mt. Vesuvius. As unusual clouds formed overhead, inhabitants in this flourishing resort for the affluent of Rome, stood in the street to get a better view. On this August 24th morning many of the 20,000 inhabitants were engulfed with ash as Vesuvius erupted, preserving everything as it hardened.
Scientists appointed by the Archaeological Superintendence of Pompeii have used CAT scans to examine 30 Pompeii inhabitants. The group, headed by radiologist Giovanni Babino, released the above photos demonstrating the ancient Romans had perfect teeth and “no immediate discernible need for dentists!”
“The inhabitants of Pompeii ate a lot of fruit and vegetables but very little sugar,” said orthodontist Elisa Vanacore, who oversaw the examination of the teeth. “They ate better than we do and have really good teeth.”
We thank Dr. Taylor for taking the time to talk with us and share her observations.
You deserve health information in a way that you can digest and incorporate into your life!
Ray Behm, DDS