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Healthy Habits – Healing Eyes and Blood

Two Overlapping Experiences

One: The gradual loss of vision seems to be an inevitable part of aging. However, many people unnecessarily lose their sight because they are unaware that their vision can be slowed or reversed by proper care.

Two: Rouleau is a clumping of the red-blood cells is due to a warm autoantibody. These antibodies cause your red blood cells to stick together. Rouleau can cause shortness of breath, dizziness, rapid heart beat and difficulty concentrating and remembering.

Killing Two Birds With One Stone

After we moved to Fountain Green in 1992, as I was sitting in Sunday school class I noticed difficulty in reading my scriptures.  I thought, “I guess it is time to get glasses,” and so I did.  I even got an extra pair when we went on our mission to Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa, in 1997-99, because I knew if I lost a pair or broke them, it would be impossible to replace them there.

After we returned home, and I had gotten over my arrhythmia problem, I read Dr. Robert O. Young’s book, Sick and Tired, and learned a lot. It is like a college text; every fifth word or so is like five-syllables long.  I was fascinated with his microscopy technique of looking at live-blood and being able to determine a disease and its cure.

I tried to contact him, but learned that he had moved to California because he was healing people in Utah and not an MD. and Utah was getting after him. However, he had trained others, one being Marie Dahlen in Linden, UT.  She was willing to do a live blood analysis for me.
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