Any information included in this website, and/or any information that Caralishious might disseminate in whatsoever format, is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a suitably qualified health practitioner. Should you be experiencing a symptom of illness, or suspect that you might be in need of medical attention, I urge you to consult a doctor, registered dietician, or health oriented professional.
Home remedies, while usually safe, are generally untested and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care. Any symptom that persists or becomes worse should be attended to by a qualified, diet-oriented physician.
I believe that nature alone possesses healing powers. All that we can do is to co-operate with nature by living and eating wisely, and by using and applying appropriate treatments. If positive lifestyle changes (such as healthy eating and regular exercise alongside the practice of mindfulness, personal enrichment and relaxation) helps to detoxify the system, boost vitality, promote homeostasis, or balance the chemistry of the human system, it will obviously hasten and promote the recovery process, but all credit must be given to nature, and to the miraculous, self-healing, self-regenerating, self-rejuvenating powers of the body. It is in this light that this website is published and upon which the Caralishious philosophy is founded.
Any information supplied by Caralishious, either via this website, or via any other medium, is either drawn from my own conclusions or has been gleaned from academic peer reviewed journals and legitimate sources that I deem to be reliable. Nevertheless, I can make no guarantee as to the accuracy of this information. As such, I invite the reader to consider the material supplied from an individualistic standpoint and to draw his or her own conclusions.
I repeat, in case of illness, a suitably qualified doctor, registered dietician or health professional must be consulted.
Yours in Health Always,