July 16th, 2015Breast Cancer Information

by: David Christopher, M.H.

Early detection of breast cancer is good, but prevention is better. Accurate diagnosis is essential. However, I’m sorry to say that mammography is not an accurate diagnostic tool.  Medical professionals claim that mammography correctly identifies 78% of women who have breast cancer, but they seldom mention the 20 plus percent of false positive readings, which jumps to 50 plus percent after 10 years of screening.  Nor do they mention the 17 plus percent of false negative readings.  This simply means that around one fifth of women may be told they have breast cancer when they don’t or that they do not have breast cancer when they do.  Either scenario can result in trauma or death.

 which jumps to 50 plus percent after 10 years of screening.  Nor do they mention the 17 plus percent of false negative readings. This simply means that around one fifth of women may be told they have breast cancer when they don’t or that they do not have breast cancer when they do. Either scenario can result in trauma or death.

Safe diagnosis is also essential.  Pressing a woman’s breast between two metal plates and irradiating it 40 times more than a chest x-ray every year is not safe.  Most people would receive a chest X-Ray only once in a lifetime.

Cancer starts from damaged cells, and the radiation from mammograms causes cellular damage.  Many things we live with today cause cellular damage such as chemicals, cell phones, and pollution and organic causes like bacteria and viruses.

One example is the virus SV-40 which was hotly debated in the 1970’s as a cause of cancer.  Although scientists, employed or influenced by the pharmaceutical industry, dismissed this scenario, today autopsies on cancers frequently detect the presence of this SV-40 virus.  This virus was found in the vaccines that were being forced on children during the 1960’s.  The “S” stands for simian monkeys, on whose tissues the vaccines were grown.  The “V” stands for virus and the 40 indicates that it was the 40thcontaminant virus found in the vaccines.  Studies in the seventies showed that rats developed cancer after exposure to the SV-40 virus.  Subsequent experiments showed a prolific growth of the virus colonies after radiation exposure.  If this scenario is correct, wouldn’t radiation exposure from mammograms propagate this virus?  This virus damages cells and has been shown to cause cancer.

Our government was so concerned with this information that NIH predicted an epidemic of cancer.  With this dire prediction, President Nixon declared war on cancer and billions of dollars were earmarked for that war.  Although he predicted a future 10 year victory, we still have an epidemic which worsens every year.  Cancer is predicted to eclipse cardiovascular disease as the number one killer in the near future.There is only one winner in this cancer epidemic and that is the huge medical complex which pulls in trillions of dollars in private and government funds.  ObamaCare insures that everyone can participate in a broken system that pays out over $60,000 per person each month for cancer drugs that do not cure cancer but merely prolong life for as long as you take the drugs.

We want to prevent cancer and all society comparative studies show a link to proper diet and an absence of cancers.  For example, breast cancer is rare in Chinese women unless they adopt American eating habits.

You will avoid cancer if you eat live fresh produce and reject animal based foods and highly processed grains and sugars.
David Christopher is a Master Herbalist and the director of The School of Natural Healing. He also co-hosts the popular radio show “A Healthier You” and is a popular international teacher and lecturer.

July 16th, 2015Take it to Heart

by: Kelly Pomeroy, M.H.

Our bodies are amazing creations that operate most intricately. They are designed to grow, repair and adjust to circumstances. They are very resilient if given proper care. The late Dr. Christopher taught that our bodies have blueprints inside that know what is needed to repair damage or weakness. The bodyknows what it needs, but it relies upon us to provide it. By understanding what the body is telling us, we can know how to help it.


According to the Center for Disease Control, the leading cause of death (more than cancer) in the United States is cardiovascular disease. The health of our heart, veins and arteries is our lifeline.  We have all been taught in some degree that vegetables, fruits, water, fresh air, exercise, appropriate sleep and stress reduction are important for our health. Do we take to heart what that means and what that looks like? Perhaps it is time to reconsider our lifestyle and protect our lifeline.


High blood pressure is the body’s way to compensate for a deficiency of needed oxygen and nutrients by increasing blood volume. We can support the body in natural ways by increasing the oxygen and nutrients in our bloodstream through healthy habits.

The food we ingest is broken down by digestive enzymes which prepare it to pass through our intestinal tract. There it will be absorbed through the intestinal wall into our blood and lymph systems. If we want a healthy nutrient rich body, we must eat nutrient rich foods. Current research has given us evidence that eating a plant based diet, as opposed to an animal based diet, will ensure optimal health and nutrient uptake.

  • Foods to avoid: Highly refined or hydrogenated oils, heavy salt intake, dairy products, eggs, white sugar and white flour. Meats should be eaten infrequently.
  • Foods specific for the heart:
  • Thin and nourish the blood/support circulation: onions, garlic and cayenne.
  • Eat foods high in salicylates such as strawberries, raspberries, raisins, prunes, blueberries, oranges, grapes, ginger, turmeric, cabbage, cucumber, apple, spinach, oregano, curries and more.
  • Support heart rhythm: carrots, parsley, angelica, motherwort, valerian.
  • Support a healthy blood pressure: onions, garlic, cayenne, dandelion and pure water.
  • Nourish the heart: Hawthorne berries (Dr. Christopher’s Hawthorne syrup is excellent!) and antioxidant rich foods.

Emotional Health
A friend of mine, who currently has angina, was in a store parking lot and had a negative interaction with someone. That experience increased his heart rate. Later in the store, he had another encounter with this same individual. His heart raced. He was breathless and strained without physical exertion. Our thoughts stimulate hormones that affect our adrenal and circulatory system to adjust to circumstances. Because of his weakened heart, he was able to witness the direct correlation between emotional stress and heart health. What can be done to reduce this stress?

  • Recognize and change habits or lifestyles that have excessive physical and emotional demand.
  • Set aside some quiet time for yourself to relax your mind and body.
  • Refine our coping skills for stress by forgiving, accepting, and respecting ourselves and others; managing anger and becoming more responsible for our emotions and lives; healthy boundaries in our relationships and nourishing a relationship with our Maker.

Rest and Exercise

Both of the areas must be attended to for optimal heart and circulatory health.

  • Getting sufficient rest is important. We tend to go to bed late and wake up early. This robs us of the time our body needs to process, restore and refresh us. Go to bed early and wake up early.
  • Exercising the body supports the circulatory system by oxygenating the blood, eliminating waste and reducing excessive weight that adds work to the heart. Moderate exercise is also a great tool for managing stress which also supports a healthy heart and nervous system.

Feeding our bodies a nutrient rich diet and incorporating healthy emotional and physical habits will provide us the opportunity to live a longer, happier and healthier life with our loved ones. Take it to heart!
Kelly Pomeroy is a graduated Master Herbalist from The School of Natural Healing and mom of four great kids!

by: Riley Alexander, M.H.


Isn’t it ironic that we park on the driveway, drive on the parkway, and the phrases “fat chance” and “slim chance” mean the exact same thing? Most ironic of all however, is when asked who our primary health care provider is the most common response would likely be someone other than ourselves.

Why is that ironic? The very meaning of “primary health care provider” is who we depend on more than anyone else to provide us with health. Therefore, who is better suited to help us with our own health, than us individually? The truth is we are in a better position to help ourselves than anyone else no matter their credentials!

Taking responsibility for our bodies is sometimes difficult. The excuses I hear most often are: “I don’t have time, I don’t know how or I can’t afford it.” Yet after a positive change the saying goes from “I can’t afford it” to “I can’t afford not to!”  Life rarely ,if ever, makes it easy for us. Life is busy, stressful and fast paced. If we don’t MAKE time for our health, then we won’t have time for our health. It comes down to if we truly want better health and vitality or not, and if so, how bad do we want it? Will it be difficult? Likely. Will it take sacrifice? Likely. Will it be infinitely more worth it and become easier with time? Absolutely!

Many people also say, “I can’t treat myself,” not realizing that they already are! Better health, preventative medicine and the way we “treat ourselves” starts at the end of our fork. We “treat” ourselves everyday whether we realize it or not with our choices in food, liquid and the levels of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual exercise we do. Our health is up to us, and only we can do something about it. It begins with our own determination to treat ourselves better and the realization that we are worth it! I understand it may be difficult to begin and often times the hardest step we have to take towards a new goal or positive lifestyle change is the first one, but you can do it!

The fact that we can help ourselves and others is one of the things I love about natural healing! It doesn’t force our reliance upon others like traditional medicine. Rather, it enables us and empowers us to help ourselves! It’s safe, effective, reliable, less expensive and can be grown and harvested for free. It can help build our confidence and intuition so we can then help others! In the end is that not what life is about? Loving and helping others? Our health is not something to be held hostage by others.

Traditional medicine has its place and should be used when needed in times of emergency. However, why not start today with preventative “treatments”? Why not determine today to make a change to “treat yourself” and optimize your health? Health is like math, and even the most complicated problems can be simplified. The School of Natural Healing can teach you how to simplify. It has been a tremendous resource for myself and countless others. It teaches the student to take a step back and look at the source of the issue as a whole verses focusing on the symptoms and parts. Simplify with cleansing, nourishing, and healing and you’re already on your way!

To put a healthy spin on a well known quote: Give a man something from your garden and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to garden and you feed him for a lifetime.
Riley Alexander is a Master Herbalist graduate of The School of Natural Healing.

by: Mishelle Knuteson, M.H.

Digestive enzymes not only break down the food you eat, they also help eliminate excess fat. These enzymes are a catalyst for your metabolism and can help your body increase its rate of burn. A deficiency can cause the body to become unbalanced and slow down your metabolism. If you have problems with blood sugar, low grade inflammation in the digestive tract, leptin imbalance, acid reflux, gas, constipation and bloating along with constant stress, these may all be indicators that your digestive enzymes are in need of repair.
Why are digestive enzymes so important?


We all know that we eat food to sustain life yet our digestive system doesn’t absorb the food, it absorbs the nutrients. Food is broken down into amino acids from proteins, fatty acids and cholesterol from fats, and simple sugars from carbohydrates, as well as vitamins, minerals and other compounds. Digestive enzymes are mainly produced in the pancreas and small intestine, and this is what the system uses to break down the food into nutrients so our body can absorb them and release them into the bloodstream. Once in the bloodstream, the nutrients fuel our metabolism, energy levels and our life. If we don’t have properly functioning digestive enzymes, then we can have some of the symptoms listed above.

One of the key causes of deficiency in digestive enzymes is the long-term consumption of processed or poor quality foods. If the body continues to receive foods that are devoid of micronutrients it will respond by reducing its own production of enzymes and slow down the metabolism.

To repair the deficiency, repair your diet. Get a jump start by taking a digestive enzyme supplement. This will help those inactive enzymes become active again. A great brand is Dr. Udo’s, although I’m sure there are many other good brands available. It would be best to get one that contains multiple enzymes. Then fix your mindset - think quality foods, whole foods.

Dr. Christopher taught to eat foods in their original state, not processed foods. Plant food in its original state nourishes our bodies perfectly for optimal health. Fill your diet full of “clean foods” such as fruits, vegetables, sprouted grains, nuts and seeds. Soaking and sprouting your grains, nuts, seeds and legumes removes the enzyme inhibitors that naturally occur in them. A diet rich in healthy foods will restore normal digestive function. Another step would be to fix your gut bacteria with probiotics and fermented foods. Then finally, manage your stress levels. Simplify your life, stop cramming food down and then rushing off to the next thing.

By definition, metabolism is the chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life and vital energy or how quickly you burn calories or fat. Revitalize your metabolism and vital energy by paying attention to your digestion. You will be surprised how this will enhance your life.

Mishelle Knuteson is certified in Rapid Eye Technology (RET) an emotional release therapy, teaches classes in The Art of Feminine Presence and a Master Herbalist ~ graduate of The School of Natural Healing. Mishelle currently works as an Educative Master Herbalist (MH) for The School of Natural Healing and as Office Manager of Christopher Publications.


July 16th, 2015Red Raspberry Leaf

by: Jo Francks, M.H.

When my daughter was in a college nutrition class for women, the teacher told them that red raspberry leaf tea should not be used during pregnancy because it can cause a miscarriage. My daughter texted me during class and I responded, “It strengthens the reproductive organs so if pregnant, it creates a healthy pregnancy.” My daughter shared this with the teacher who was grateful but said it would forever be in the textbooks that raspberry leaves should not be used during pregnancy. This information most likely comes from a study conducted in 1954 where fractions were isolated from Rubus.sp. and applied in vitro to the uterine tissues of guinea pigs and frogs. The scientists discovered that one fraction acted as a spasmolytic whereas another caused uterine contractions. Herein lies the risk of isolating the parts of a whole. When used as a whole plant, neither action is exacerbated and the herb is deemed safe.


One of the many virtues of red raspberry leaves is that it feeds the reproductive organs and strengthens them so they work properly on their own. When these organs are strong and healthy, a woman can go through a healthy pregnancy without complications and a healthy baby is born. Women have used red raspberry leaves for painful periods, heavy periods, morning sickness during pregnancy, preventing miscarriage, easing labor and delivery and enriching breast milk.

Raspberry leaves offer a vast array of nutritional value including vitamin A, B complex, vitamins C and E, calcium, iron, phosphorous and manganese. The leaves are also astringent and are used for diarrhea and on the skin to tighten the tissue.

This is an herb with centuries of safe use behind it and all pregnant women should have it in their cupboards. 

Jo Francks is a Master Herbalist graduate of The School of Natural Healing. She is also a Holistic Iridologist and Quantum Touch Practitioner.

July 16th, 2015April Fools

by: David Christopher, M.H.

Giant pharmaceutical admits responsibility in Germanwings plane crash

Company to cover all expenses and withdraw 


drug from the market! They admit to a worldwide cover up: falsifying safety studies, bribing doctors to write prescriptions, spending millions of dollars settling cases out of court to suppress culpability while profiting billions of dollars from its’ sales.








Unfortunately, the preceding is an April fool’s joke. These drug companies will never admit nor take responsibility for the suicides and mass killings that occur constantly from their products. For more on this story click here.

The connections between SSRI drugs and mass shootings are numerous.  These specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors include Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox and the SDRI Wellbutrin.  You can read up on 5,000 case histories by clicking on http://www.ssristories.drugawareness.org

Dealing with depression is not easy. However, there are some natural procedures to consider. First of all, depression is a very inward emotion so the logical action is to turn outward and lose oneself in the service of others. There is always someone worse off than you.  Secondly, if one is chemically imbalanced one should balance out with whole foods and herbs. You cannot resolve a chemical imbalance with an imbalanced chemical. Eating a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain and legume sprouts, nuts and seeds is essential to balancing the body for good mental wellness. After that, taking Dr. Christopher’s MIND TRAC formula, RELAX-EZE formula and his VITALERBS formula will physically help in overcoming depression.

 David Christopher is a Master Herbalist and the director of The School of Natural Healing. He also co-hosts the popular radio show “A Healthier You” and is a popular international teacher and lecturer.

July 16th, 2015Olive Leaf

by: Tara Pierce, M.H.

provement with chronic intestinal inflammation, and have shown its antioxidants to be effective in treating some tumors and cancers such as liver, prostate, colon, skin and breast cancer. Another trial done in New Zealand found that olive leaf extract capsules significantly improved insulin sensitivity and pancreatic ?-cell responsiveness in middle-aged overweight men.

Olives are native to Asia Minor and Syria, but are cultivated in Mediterranean countries as well  as Chile, Peru and South Australia. Olive leaf was first used medicinally in Ancient Egypt and was used to mummify the pharaohs. In the early 1800’s, pulverized leaves were used in a drink to lower fevers. A few decades later, green olive leaves were used in a tea as a treatment for malaria. Today, numerous scientific studies have been conducted to investigate the beneficial properties of olive leaf extracts. The reported benefits range from promoting increased energy and healthy blood pressure, to supporting the cardiovascular system and the immune system.


A liquid extract made from fresh olive leaves were shown to have an antioxidant capacity almost double that of green tea extract and 400% more than vitamin C. Studies have shown improvement with chronic intestinal inflammation, and have shown its antioxidants to be effective in treating some tumors and cancers such as liver, prostate, colon, skin and breast cancer. Another trial done in New Zealand found that olive leaf extract capsules significantly improved insulin sensitivity and pancreatic ?-cell responsiveness in middle-aged overweight men.

Research has shown olive leaf to be a true anti-viral compound because it appears to selectively block an entire virus-specific system in the infected host. In other words, it has the ability to directly penetrate infected cells and stop viral replication. Supplemental olive leaf may be beneficial in the treatment of conditions caused by, or associated with, a virus, retrovirus, bacterium or protozoan. Among those treatable conditions are: influenza, the common cold, Candida infections, meningitis, Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), encephalitis, herpes I and II, human herpes virus 6 and 7, shingles (Herpes zoster), HIV/ARC/AIDS, chronic fatigue, hepatitis B, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, malaria, dengue and severe diarrhea. It can also help with dental, ear, urinary tract and surgical infections. Other reported benefits from using olive leaf are: improved psoriasis, normalization of heart beat irregularities, diminished cravings, less pain from hemorrhoids, toothaches and chronically achy joints.

If you live a stressful life, or are particularly susceptible to colds and viruses, you may benefit from a tonic dose of 1-2 cups of whole olive leaf tea (infusion) each day. If fighting a viral infection such as cold or flu, I would recommend 3 cups a day in combination with herbs such as elder, yarrow, echinacea, peppermint and/or raspberry leaf. For more serious infections as well as parasites, I would recommend taking 1/2 cup of whole olive leaf decoction, 3 times a day. Olive leaf is available in whole leaf, cut leaf, extract, powder and capsule form.


Tara Pierce is a Certified Master Herbalist Graduate from The School of Natural Healing.

July 16th, 2015Eat Your Own Greens

by: Tonya Judd, M.H.

Spring is here and with it comes an abundance of fresh spring greens. Although your local CSA or store may be able to supply you with an abundance of fresh greens why not consider growing your own? Growing your own is not only economical and empowering, but it also allows you the freedom to grow what you want, in the quantities you need, without the risk of chemicals and pesticides. Furthermore you’ll have them when you need them and for a very minimal cost! Aside from the aforementioned list, sprouts, micro-greens and grasses are inexpensive to grow, provide the most nutritious, nutrient dense, alkaline greens in the quickest amount of time.  Depending on the seed, grain or legume, you can have edible sprouts in 2-5 days.  If you so desire, you can let your sprouts get bigger and at that point you will have micro greens…just think mini salad greens bursting with nutrition, enzymes, life and light.


Most often when growing sprouts such as alfalfa, clover, broccoli, lentils, beans and grains it is not necessary to use soil.


Micro-greens and grasses such as wheat, rye and barley grass can be grown “hydroponically” - without soil. However, it is my opinion that when we take the soil out of growing these, we significantly reduce the vibration of the greens. We want our bodies to function and thrive at a high vibration, and in order to do that we need to be consuming foods that are of a higher vibration. There is a vibrational heart connection with the soil and the sun. When we combine the two by growing micro-greens and sprouts in soil and then allowing them to “green up” with the sun, it raises the vibration of the sprouts. To maintain optimum health and support the healing process, the mind and body need the life force energy that is present in foods that are filled with life and light. Filling your body with foods filled with light will feed your cells and raise your body’s vibration. 

Here are a few sprout statistics. Sprouts have more nutritional value than their fully grown counterparts. Broccoli sprouts contain 20-50 times more nutrition than a mature broccoli plant, so you get as much nutrition in 1 ounce of broccoli sprouts as you would if you ate 3 pounds of fully grown broccoli! Alfalfa sprouts contain 3.8% protein and sunflower sprouts contain 4.0% protein. Mineral content also increases during the germination process in sprouting. The potassium content of alfalfa sprouts is 870 mg, while Boston lettuce has 246 mg. Alfalfa has 210 mg of calcium and spinach has 2.6 mg. Sprouts are loaded with vitamins A, B, C, E, K, chlorophyll, iron, calcium and multiple minerals.


If you are looking for an inexpensive, organic and super fresh way to add chlorophyll, enzymes, minerals, vitamins and live food to your dinner plate, smoothie, juice or salad, sprouts might be something to consider.  Dr. Christopher often spoke of, “eating under your own fig tree”…sprouting definitely falls under this teaching!


Tonya Judd is a Master Herbalist graduate of the School of Natural Healing and an Emotional Release Practitioner.

July 16th, 2015Mushrooms and B-12

by: David Christopher, M.H.

Our health is dependent on the red blood cells in our bodies transporting essential nutrients to each of our trillions of cells. Without these nutrients our cells cannot function correctly. The red blood cells that transport these nutrients cannot be made without vitamin B-12. It is also a co-factor for the production of DNA.  In fact, the initial diagnosis of B-12 deficiency is made from observance of DNA irregularity (macrocytosis). Proper functioning of the brain and nervous system are dependent on the oxygen carried by the red blood cells, which again are dependent on vitamin B-12.

Medical and nutritionist sources say that if you are a vegan, without supplementation, you will develop a vitamin B-12 deficiency. This statement is possible, under certain conditions.  If fermented foods and mushrooms are not included in the vegan diet, a deficiency could occur.  Animals, humans, and plants can’t manufacture this important nutrient.  Plants cannot even store this essential vitamin. However, we as humans can store a two years supply of it. 


Vitamin B-12 is only produced by microorganisms like bacteria, yeast and fungi.  Mushrooms are a fungi and do contain this important vitamin. One cup of mushrooms only supplies 3% of the daily need of B-12. Alternatively, animal products generally supply 100% of one’s needs per serving. Other sources for obtaining this nutrient are fermented foods such as miso, tempeh and possibly sauerkraut and kimchi.  A good quality nutritional yeast is an excellent source of vitamin B-12 (check the label for vitamin content) and it can supply the daily need of B-12 in one rounded teaspoon.

The majority of individuals who eat the standard American diet obtain their vitamin B-12 from eating meat. Animals cannot make vitamin B-12.  Lions, tigers, bears and animals that are raised for human consumption do not eat fermented foods and mushrooms.  So where is the B-12 coming from?  Microorganisms residing in our intestines manufacture this essential vitamin.  The microorganism Propionibacterium shermanii consumes our mucosa and excretes vitamin B-12, which is immediately absorbed. This happens in the last segment of our small intestine known as the terminal ileum. Therefore, it is possible to survive without vitamin B-12 in our diets, as do all herbivore animals, if we maintain a healthy flora in our intestines.

Obtaining B-12 from our food supply is much more complicated. Protein rich foods high in B-12 require the protein to be separated from the vitamin by hydrochloric acid. Afterwards, the B-12 needs to unite with a substance called intrinsic factor, which is manufactured and excreted in the stomach, for uptake into our bodies.

Supplementation by manufactured B-12 doesn’t need intrinsic factor and can be absorbed in the mouth, if not attached to a protein.

Certain drugs like oral contraceptives decrease levels of B-12. Anti-biotic use entirely wipes out the microorganism that manufactures vitamin B-12.  Foreign proteins (as contained in vaccines) in the bloodstream create an auto immune disease (pernicious anemia) that destroys the body’s cells that manufacture intrinsic factor, which is needed to uptake B-12 from food.

It is possible to be a vegan and not be vitamin B-12 deficient, if you stay away from anti-biotic therapy and drugs that interfere with normal body functioning.  Improve your odds of good health by eating fermented foods, nutritional yeast and those delicious mushrooms.
David Christopher is a Master Herbalist and the director of The School of Natural Healing. He also co-hosts the popular radio show “A Healthier You” and is a popular international teacher and lecturer.

July 16th, 2015Health Freedom Rings!

by: Tatia Nelson, M.H.


On August 25, 2009, The Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah was packed with well over a thousand people, seated and standing. Why? They wanted to talk about healthcare. At the time, solutions for healthcare were some of the hottest topics in America and it remains a topic needing more solutions today.  I was there.  In fact, David Christopher sat not far behind me. Out of those who voiced their opinions, we had not heard anyone talk about their personal responsibility to maintain their own good health, as our forefathers knew how to do. I was quoted in the newspaper saying that I chose to take care of my health and that everyone else can also learn how to do this. There would be no healthcare crisis if we all returned to this way of thinking. I went home that night and began writing ways I could teach America how to reclaim their power of effective personal healthcare. I then began teaching classes formally.In June of 2014, I founded The School of Health Freedom to teach America how to be more self-reliant in their own healthcare on a whole new level.

The school offers many workshops. Our most exciting one is coming up on March 7, 2015 from 9am-6pm: Emergency Childbirth by Dianne Bjarnson. For more details, go to http://www.schoolofhealthfreedom.com/workshops/.  We will have raw food workshops and first aid certification available. There will also be many others on healthy living, alternative medical skills and self-reliant subjects.

Each student of the School of Health Freedom is encouraged to continue their education at the School of Natural Healing with an option to advance to complete a Master Herbalist degree in order to be more fully self-reliant in their family healthcare. The School of Health Freedom includes the first School of Natural Healing course, The Family Herbalist, to get you started when you enroll and pay off tuition.

We now have our own building at the Kimber Academy located at 177 E 30N in American Fork, UT!  We welcome everyone to come to our Grand Opening Celebration, April 7th, 2015 from 7pm-9pm. There will be “grand discounts” on School of Health Freedom tuition, School of Natural Healing education, and Kimber Academy enrollment! We will also roll out our on-line course option at that time. Anyone who brings a friend can be entered in the drawing to win a grand prize.

It is time to rediscover health freedom!  It is time to know what our forefathers knew that empowered them with vibrant health and little need for medical intervention. It is time to let Health Freedom Ring!

Tatia Nelson is the School of Health Freedom Founder and Director. She is also a Master Herbalist, Irdidologist and has a B.S. Pscyhology from BYU. She can be contacted at School of Health Freedom:177 E 30 N American Fork, UT. 801-709-1013 or schoolofhealthfreedom.comand kimberacademyamericanfork.com.

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