Better Bio-Communication for a Youthful Outcome




Cynthia Hawkins, CIWC, PTA, SFI

Cynthia Hawkins, CIWC, PTA, SFI, a registered natural health practitioner specializing in natural and herbal medicine, uses a combination of biological analysis of internal organs, checking for food stressors, detoxification and other natural treatments to promote immune, gastrointestinal, mental and emotional wellness. Her business, Hawk Eye Health, helps people both look and feel young by keeping an eye on their health.

       Safe bio-communication testing and identification of every cell in the body through biological coherence fosters information relating to health. Once the symptoms are recognizable, the healing process can begin. Clients are then able to maintain peace of mind, making lifestyle changes to support the maintenance of the body’s internal organs and systems.

       Working from the inside-out can bring glowing skin, vitality and pure energy to look and feel younger. This procedure is also suitable for those that prefer naturopathic remedies based on their personal biological make-up to maintain youthfulness and better health.

 

For more information or to make appointments, call 708-728-5286.

 

 

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