Author: The Hernia Coach

Water Kefir: A Good Source of Probiotics

How to Brew Water Kefir (a quick tutorial) nourishedkitchen.com Water kefir, a fermented beverage teeming with beneficial bacteria, is remarkably simple to prepare  and often more palatable than other probiotic tonics like kombucha and beet kvass.   Similar in flavor to a dry, slightly fizzy lemonade, water kefir is pleasant and even small children can enjoy it.   When my son was littler… Read more →

Hernia Mesh: What you should know

HERNIA MESH LAWSUIT Personal injury lawsuits filed against Ethicon and Atrium allege their hernia surgical mesh caused severe complications affecting the intestines, bowels, and abdomen. (Updated Feb. 20, 2018) Hernia mesh is used to support damaged tissue after hernia surgery and help quicken the recovery. But some patients that undergo hernia repair surgery suffer severe complications, which they believe were… Read more →

Castor Oil Pack Protocol

Edgar Cayce on Castor Oil ELAINE HRUSKA Edgar Cayce Health Care The Edgar Cayce Health Care readings inform us that Castor Oil Packs may to be used to improve assimilation, elimination and circulation; especially of the lymphatic system. Cayce also mentioned physiological effects on the body such as: Stimulation to the Liver, dissolve and remove Lesions & Adhesions, relieve Pain, reduce incoordination… Read more →

LUNATION CYCLE ASTROLOGY: A Powerful Tool on the Healing Journey

Coach’s Note: Because the development of hernias (all types) have such a large emotional component, we are posting the following article from our general health coaching website—The Health Coach. Every hernia sufferer is highly encouraged to consider this powerful tool in the conduct of their holistic hernia remediation program. Who among us has not identified the very real emotional causes… Read more →

Lower Belly Exercises While Sitting Down

by Anton Reid AZCentral.com Your lower belly, also called your lower abdominal, is comprised of muscles that assist in protecting delicate organs, while providing propulsion and stability. These muscles are attached to your pelvis and help keep your upper and lower body stable while stationary or moving. Your lower belly is sensitive to contractions and can be strengthened through simple… Read more →