Environment in Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Holistic Health.

Holistic Health in Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Complementary Medicine for Holistic Health

Complelmentary Medicine Holistic Health Terms Defined Environment

Environment Complementary and Alternative medicine terms defined. Holistic health theories defined.

Environment One definition of health is a state of equilibrium between humans and the physical, biological and social environment. Our environment, from the air we breathe to the soil that grows our food ot the food we eat directly affects our health, energy, and ability to breath. There is increasing evidence of interaction among large-scale environmental, development, and demographic changes. What we eat is directly related to our environment. Man’s pollution of air, water, and soil takes a tremendous toll on the health of all earthly creatures.

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