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  • SubGenre:Oral Health
  • Language:English
  • Pages:230
  • eBook ISBN:9781543925265

At the Root: My Journey to Health and Healing

Could your mouth be the root cause of your health problems?

by Kimberly Miles

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Kim had been an enthusiastic college student, creative, athletic and energetic. That changed in her junior year of college. After the removal of her four wisdom teeth, Kim began to suffer from unexplained health problems: recurring pneumonia, debilitating fatigue, brain fog, unexplained rashes and swollen lymph nodes that would not go away. Over the next thirty years her doctors would diagnose Kim with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Epstein-Barr virus and even lymphoma, but they did not really know. Kim shares her thirty-year journey to regain her health and vitality. Kim's belief in her body's ability to heal led her to work with a remarkable biological dentist. It was with the help of this controversial approach to dentistry that Kim's body could finally heal, restoring her to full health. Her revealing and intimate story portrays the little understood and overlooked importance that the mouth plays in over-all health and well-being. At The Root is Kim's story of the necessity to trust and believe in yourself. She reminds us of the importance of taking responsibility for our health as well as managing our own lives.

“In the health sciences, books abound in reciting sterile anatomy, physiology, molecules and elements to the exclusion of the human element — the reality of what illness does to people and their families. “At The Root” is the real life story of the devastation of dental cavitation and one woman’s heroic journey to discover and overcome this life-altering, iatrogenic disease which anyone can unwittingly suffer at the hands of well-intentioned Science that fails to understand the holistic impact of bones, nerves and teeth on overall health. Here is a shining example of why modern dentistry must evolve, and why Biological Dentistry is the ethical future of Dentistry. Could cavitation be a “foci of infection” that is mysteriously undermining your health? Find out in “At The Root.”  

 WellnessWiz Jack Tips [Ph.D., C.C.N.]

About the author
Kimberly Miles, M.A. received a B.A. with Honors from the University of Pennsylvania and a M.A. in Art History from George Washington University. While an M.A. candidate she was awarded a Smithsonian Institution Fellowship to pursue her research in American art and culture. When her health failed thirty years ago, she was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. Kim became passionate about natural health and healing as she set out to find the root cause of her symptoms. Her research led Kim to become a student of natural health, nutrition and mind-body techniques. She earned two certifications in nutritional education from Bauman College and certifications from various organizations for mind-body techniques. In 2001, she was nominated as a WETA public radio Hometown Hero in Washington DC. Her book, "At The Root: My Journey to health and healing," was chosen as the finalist in the category of Alternative Medicine in the 2017 Beverly Hills Book Awards. "At The Root" was also a finalist in the category of Alternative Medicine in the 2017 Best Book Awards. She is founder of Kimberly Miles Communications, LLC, which specializes in stress management, natural health and personal growth. She lives in Sedona, Arizona.

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