The Bonfire Program

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Dr. Stephen Franson of Bonfire Health (www.bonfirehealth.com) presents a new and unique solution to solving our nation's chronic disease burdent - The Bonfire Program

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  • Most aware of subluxations when they cause pain Only about 10% of body nerves are pain-sensing What if controlling nerve impulses were reduced to only 80% of normal? What if distorted nerve impulses caused organs to always race at full throttle? Subluxations that interfere with Dr. You are more serious than headaches Could partial, long-standing nerve interference be a factor in cancer?
  • Most aware of subluxations when they cause pain Only about 10% of body nerves are pain-sensing What if controlling nerve impulses were reduced to only 80% of normal? What if distorted nerve impulses caused organs to always race at full throttle? Subluxations that interfere with Dr. You are more serious than headaches Could partial, long-standing nerve interference be a factor in cancer?
  • The Bonfire Program

    1. 1. IGNITE YOUR HEALTH
    2. 2. 2 Questions1. Are you as healthy as you want to be?2. What do you need to start doing to get there?
    3. 3. What is health?• What is sickness?
    4. 4. Look Good Feel GreatFunction Better“Look good naked.”
    5. 5. THREE APPROACHES TO HEALTH CARE1. The TREATMENT of disease2. The PREVENTION of disease3. The PROMOTION of health
    6. 6. Wellness Paradigm• Objective?• Lens / Perspective• Allopathic paradigm• Reductionistic• Debt and Sickness
    7. 7. “Sickness is not the OPPOSITE of Health…”
    8. 8. “Sickness is the ABSENCE of Health.”
    9. 9. Health is our default. • Express Health • Interference • Toxicity and Deficiency
    10. 10. The Health Equation genetics lifestyle environment TIME
    11. 11. “The new science ofEpigeneticsreveals how the choicesthat you makecan change your genes– and those ofyour kids.”
    12. 12. “You don’t GET sick, You DO sick.”
    13. 13. Paradigm shapes Beliefs Beliefs organize BehaviorsBehaviors predict Outcomes
    14. 14. Quality of Life Trajectory
    15. 15. Quality of Life Trajectory
    16. 16. Quality of Life Trajectory
    17. 17. Quality of Life Trajectory
    18. 18. Quality of Life Trajectory Optimism
    19. 19. “The Current Model is Failing…”• OBESITY• HEART DISEASE• STROKES• CANCER• ALLERGIES• ASTHMA• ADD / ADHD• AUTISM• INFERTILITY• MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS• DIABETES• DEPRESSION• AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS• ARTHRITIS
    20. 20. Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 1990, 1998, 2006 (*BMI ≥30, or about 30 lbs. overweight for 5’4” person) 1990 1998 2006No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30%
    21. 21. “The Current Model is Failing…”• OBESITY• HEART DISEASE• STROKES• CANCER• ALLERGIES• ASTHMA• ADD / ADHD• AUTISM• INFERTILITY• MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS• DIABETES• DEPRESSION• AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS• ARTHRITIS
    22. 22. IGNITE YOUR HEALTH The Brutal Facts:“The United States is experiencing an unsustainabledisease burden – 130 million people today suffer fromchronic illnesses. We spend over $2 trillion a year – about16 percent of our gross domestic product – on healthcare. The vast majority of our health care dollars are spenttreating chronic disease.” Dr. Richard H. Carmona, MD 17th Surgeon General of the United States Almanac of Chronic Disease, 2008 Edition
    23. 23. What People are Currently Doing is NOT WORKING.
    24. 24. The present obesity epidemic is both troubling andinformative: Because adiposity is largely caused bypoor diet (excess calories) and inadequatephysical activity, emphases on more downstreamrisk factors such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, anddiabetes address neither the root causes ofobesity nor its full cardiovascular consequences.” Mozaffarian D, Wilson PWF, Kannel WB. Beyond Established and Novel Risk Factors. Circulation 2008; 117:3031-3038
    25. 25. DIABETES“The prevalence of overweight U.S. adults hasincreased dramatically during the past 30 years, withtype 2 diabetes representing what is perhaps the mostserious obesity-related consequence.“Nearly 90% of individuals with type 2 diabetes areoverweight.” Boucher JL, et al. Current Trends in Weight Management: What Advice Do We Give Patients? Clinical Diabetes 2008; 26(3):115-120.
    26. 26. CANCER“An abundance of evidence suggests that lifestylefactors, including exposure to chemical carcinogens,physical inactivity, and diet play major roles in thedevelopment of common cancers.“The current human diet contains a variety of mutagensand carcinogens that lead to the initiation of cancerand other chronic diseases.” Roberts CK, Barnard RJ Effects of exercise and diet on chronic disease. J Appl Physiol 200598:3-30
    27. 27. OBESITYDown Stream Conditions • Heart Disease • Diabetes • Cancer
    28. 28. Fat = Sick
    29. 29. Lifestyle To Live Food Water Air Nerve [Essentials]
    30. 30. Lifestyle To Thrive [Choices] Eat Move Think To Live Food Water Air Nerve [Essentials]
    31. 31. Compounding Wellness
    32. 32. Essential Elements• Nutrients• Lifestyle Choices• Strategies, BP and VB smoothies
    33. 33. Lifestyle Fulfillment Purpose To Thrive [Choices] Eat Move Think To Live Food Water Air Nerve [Essentials]
    34. 34. IGNITE YOUR HEALTH
    35. 35. IGNITE YOUR HEALTH

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