The Natural Evolution of Holistic Health
Christopher Lee Rudy
January – February 2020 • Vol 3, No 108
Over the last 40 years, I’ve developed four holistic health centers, with a lot of experience in discovering what works best to prevent and manage diseases in the ‘whole body’—spiritual, mental, emotional and physical. I’m mostly just writing from experience now.
Four years ago, I published an article in this magazine on Global TeLeCare,2 introducing development of a free, on-line service for the analysis, prevention, and management of all disease. This is a self-care model, as well as a physician-care model, for the future of highly personalized holistic health care.
Wisdom of the crowd—from the data cloud of evidence-based results—is the expert in this model, which corresponds to each individual metabolic type, as defined by their blood type. Imagine the blessing of a free search service that shows what modalities work best for any health condition, based on an ever-expanding, worldwide database of results.