Health is YOUR responsibility


Some people call me a healer. I don’t think of myself that way. I partner with the Great Healer. As a Christian naturopath, my worldview holds that Jesus is the healer. I just provide directions/instructions on how the body works. I have tools to lead us to answers, but in the end, the body was created to heal itself.

Because I am a Christian, I often hear clients say that they have received a ‘word’ that God was going to heal them. I applaud them for their positive approach. I too believe that God wants to heal. What saddens me is that these people will stop using their prescriptions or their holistic protocols, and just wait on divine intervention. While I believe that divine intervention is a possibility, it happens rarely. This is why it is called a miracle. Miracles are not ordinary everyday happenings, but sickness and disease are. Again, not wanting to discount the Divine. Desperately desiring to see the miraculous in both my own life and the lives of my friends. Sadly, the reality is that miracles happen all too seldom.

I remember a discussion years ago with a wise woman. I was telling her of a mutual friend who was believing for divine intervention with reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy for breast cancer. My friend, who was a pastor told me that if the woman did not have enough faith for healing, she certainly did not have enough faith for divine reconstruction. While that may sound harsh, think about it. If we are a people of faith, and we ARE, we should have enough faith to live in divine health. When that health is compromised, then we may need to add some ‘works’ with our faith.

Don’t get me wrong. I believe in divine health and I know that God still heals. However, I also know that the divine design of the body is to heal itself. In the Garden of Eden, man was to get up work, eat wholesome food, rest, rejuvenate, and fight another day. This is the divine plan. We do not live in the Garden of Eden, and most of our food is not organic. We live with constant pressure from toxic environmental factors, and we multi-task, or at least try to much of our waking hours. In this environment, the body will break down unless we on purpose arrest these factors.

Disease is the body’s response to these external and internal toxic loads not being arrested. Many times the body can recover if we give it what it needs. A healthy dose of prayer is always needed. However, we must also make lifestyle changes to help our physical bodies recover. Lifestyle changes can and should encompass rest and diet. These changes should also incorporate Rx if warranted and holistic supplements to bring the body back to a viable state.

A properly working immune system requires maintenance, just as any other piece of equipment does. When we fail to maintain our immune systems, then we have to rebuild them. While God can give us a ‘holy zap’ and set things in order, I have rarely seen this. What I have seen is blood test results which show values moving into normal ranges after appropriate protocols are followed. I have seen people who had incurable diseases move toward health, much to their physicians’ surprise. Once the body has deteriorated to the point of disease diagnosis, we must do something. Some people go the allopathic route. Some follow holistic therapies. To do nothing but wait is rarely successful. Be pro-active. Be responsible.

Make health a priority in this New Year.

Happy New Year,

Dr. Polly

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About Polly Heil-Mealey, ND, P.Sc., HHP, M.Ed., C.C.I.

Dr. Polly Heil-Mealey is the Past-President of the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA), as well as an IIPA Certified Iridologist with a Master’s Degree in Education, and a Naturopathic degree. She has been involved in education and Biblical health care since 1994. Dr. Polly has been active in both television and radio, presenting community service programs covering various topics. An international traveler, she gives seminars on alternative health practices, incorporating iridology and Biblical nutritional counseling. Dr. Polly now uses her expert ability to communicate vital and useful information to help her clients build or restore their health. One of Dr. Polly’s greatest passions is to see her clients restore their health through natural therapies. Every success story confirms the need for education in holistic practices. Dr. Polly brings a high level of dedication and commitment to her clientele. She has touched the lives of many with her concern and selfless devotion. The verse “My people perish for lack of knowledge,” is a scripture that touches every level of society. As clients learn and understand holistic protocols, they are able to improve their health drastically by incorporating diet and lifestyle changes. Dr. Polly is married to Stephen Hale, and together they have eight children. Both are very active in their church and serve on various boards in their community. Dr. Polly is also the director of Women’s Ministries of her church. Dr. Polly and Stephen reside in Humble, Texas.
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