Sharyn Wynters – Biography
Sharyn Wynters – Naturopath, Nutritionalist, Holistic Healer, Author
In my practice, I focus on nutrition and education. I spend time deciphering the fears that other doctors have put into people’s heads. An important part of healing is learning to listen to your inner voice. Healing is an adventure! A person’s illness is the beginning of their journey into the discovery of what it is for them to become healthier. Illness is our body trying to teach us how to be well.
We face a major health problem in today's modern world — stress! Colitis, ulcers, digestive disorders, hypoglycemia, and nervous breakdowns are just some of the stress-related afflictions that result from our contemporary lifestyle in America. Everything is so fast-paced, with instant information available at our fingertips. This variety of stresses put an unusual amount of strain on our bodies, causing poor digestion, muscle tension, and many other related problems. It's understandable that there is frustration, and feeling like we’re losing control. As these types of problems continue to rise, they interfere with the body’s normal functions — and the result? We get sick.
All systems must work together harmoniously for a healthy body. This doesn't happen unless the digestive system, nervous system, and all mental and emotional systems are working with each other. If any one of these systems is functioning poorly, it can cause strain on the other systems.
It's important to think of the body as a whole and observe the interaction of all body systems in order to maintain health. For the last 50 years, orthodox medicine has treated diseases with an allopathic approach. For headaches, there are about 47 varieties of aspirin. If we get an infection, it's time for antibiotics. For cancer, try radiation, chemotherapy, or even surgery. This is the way modern medicine treats disease — by attacking the system. The natural health practitioner, on the other hand, treats health as a state of constant renewal and the philosophy of regeneration.
90% of the diseases that affect people are degenerative diseases resulting from the body’s life-sustaining processes of regeneration not being able to overcome modern-day influences like pesticides, depleted soils, chemical agriculture, processed foods, dirty air, contaminated water, convenience foods, and stress. There is no virus, “bug”, or outside invader for modern medicine to conquer with drugs. The root problem is within the body and the answer lies in restoring the processes of good health. We must take responsibility for our own lives and our own bodies! Whether a minor headache or a cancerous tumor, it is up to each of us to find the imbalances indicated and restore our body to overall good health. The only one that can cure us is ourselves.
The Pure Cure: A Complete Guide to Freeing Your Life From Dangerous Toxins
Sharon Wynters is the author of The Pure Cure. This work takes readers to a new level of awareness surrounding the dangers of toxins that exist inside of everyday products and services that we take for granted. This book takes a comprehensive look at every room in your home, pointing out problematic toxins, and outlining a plan for eliminating them.