By understanding how the immune system works and how conventional vaccines have impacted long-term health, parents can be empowered to make wise decisions about how to keep their children healthy.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
According to authors Cilla Whatcott and Kate Birch, there is an issue in modern medicine.
Due to increased public awareness and caution regarding the adverse effects of modern vaccination on children, they are offering a safe, non-toxic solution, called Homeoprophylaxis, to keep children healthy while educating and developing the immune system.
With “The Solution”, Birch and Whatcott hope to educate the public about how the immune system works, the role of infectious disease and how homeoprophylaxis helps prevent it.
“As homeopathic practitioners and global citizens, we are concerned about the alarming incidence of immune system disturbances and developmental delays affecting so many children as a result of the current-day vaccination programs,” says Birch. “We are committed to expanding the use of and access to homeoprophylaxis internationally for the prevention of infectious contagious disease.”
Through the book, Birch and Whatcott hope to educate families by presenting a solution to families who are navigating the complicated question of how to best protect their children’s health. The book serves as a vehicle for dialogue between family members and health care practitioners.
“By understanding how the immune system works and how conventional vaccines have impacted long-term health, parents can be empowered to make wise decisions about how to keep their children healthy,” says Whatcott. “Ultimately, through ‘The Solution’, we would like to change the current paradigm about vaccines and disease from fighting bacteria and viruses to learning to coexist with them in a safe way.
“The Solution – Homeoprophylaxis: The Vaccine Alternative
A Parent’s Guide to Educating Your Child’s Immune System”
By Kate Birch & Cilla Whatcott
Available at http://www.amazon.com
About the authors
A board certified classical homeopath registered with the North American Society of Homeopaths, Kate Birch has been in private practice since 1994. She lectures locally and internationally on the use of homeopathy for infectious disease prevention and treatment. Living in Minneapolis, she has two adult children.
Cilla Whatcott is a board certified classical homeopath. Trained at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, she also holds a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University. She has a private homeopathic practice and teaches classes on Homeopathy at Normandale Community College. Along with her husband, Neal, she has navigated the vaccine question as parent to three adopted children and one biological child.