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Dr. Dan Young

Dr. Dan Young has been directly associated with the Wellness Industry since 1983, with experience primarily in Nutritional and Detoxification Protocols. In 2000 he began specific Naturopathic studies and has since become Board Certified with the ANMA (American Naturopathic Medical Association). 

He completed a 2 year internship with the Country Doctor Wellness Center in Cheyenne, WY, where he is currently in resident practice. 

In addition to his current clinical practice at the Country Doctor, Dr. Young teaches Wellness Education at the public and corporate level in Cheyenne. These classes consist of free monthly classes at the clinic, as well as courses in Natural Medicine at L.C.C.C. in Cheyenne and the University of Wyoming in Laramie. 

Dan Young's Philosophy of Wellness

Have you ever met someone that always seems to feel good, look good, have lots of energy and never ill. They are for the most part up beat, happy and full of life. Ever find that you ask yourself, “Why,” Why is it that this person is experiencing good health on, what seems to be, an all time basis and you are not?

There are several reasons for this, genetics, diet, exercise, etc. However there is one thing that all people I know who are like the person we described have in common. They believe in and apply certain principles to their daily lives. Its called “Wellness Philosophy” and it has a major impact on how we feel and how well we avoid illness.

We have all heard for decades the importance of cleansing the body, transporting the waste products and giving the body the proper nutrition and certainly under each of these areas we could list dozens and dozens of procedures to achieve good health. So, if we know all this, why are we not achieving and maintaining good health? I feel the answer lies in the following explanation.
 


Jim Rohn

One of my earliest mentors in business and a super successful individual by the name of Jim Rohn gave me this simple formula years ago which shed light on the difference between success and failure and I wish to pass it on to you. 

Success is “a few simple disciplines practiced every day.” 

Failure is “a few errors in judgment repeated every day.” 

May sound simple, even treatsie, but take a close look at how knowing this can help you amend your philosophy on wellness. We don’t experience poor health overnight. It takes decades of doing the wrong things day in and day out to place us at ailments door. Because there is no catastrophe at the end of the first day, we unfortunately think that it doesn’t matter which is why we continue to make the same errors over and over.

Lets put it another way. We have all heard the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” If that is true you might say, “Wow, that sounds like it would be easy to do, an apple a day to keep the doctor away, sure I could do that because it would be easy. 

Now here is were we get tripped up. Not only is an apple a day easy to do, it is easy not to do, and because there were no major problems over the short term when I didn’t eat the apple, why should I amend my philosophy on wellness?

Mr. Rohn also told me to look for the half dozen things that make the majority of the difference in my life. Usually just a half dozen, simple disciplines practiced everyday make 80% or more of the difference in our good health.

Ask yourself these 3 simple questions:
 
What do I do on a daily basis that helps my body cleanse itself, i.e. diet, exercise, supplementation, rest, etc.?
What do I do on a daily basis that will assist my body to get rid of toxins and waste products? 
What do I do on a daily basis that nourishes and helps the body rebuild itself?

By answering these simple questions honestly and using the experience of others as a guide, you can determine what disciplines you need to amend for your good health. Remember that it is not difficult to achieve good health, however, it does take daily disciplines.

The following closing remark was taken from the Royal Rife Society:


“This is a universal law of nature:
Any kind of weakness or disability is an invisible
signal to every predator, from wolves to parasites,
to move in and take advantage of the prey.”
 

Dr. Samuel Young, M.H., N. M. D.

Dr. Samuel Young became an advocate of natural health and wellness in 1983. During the winter of 1979 while living in Montana he was exposed to severe negative temperatures and as a result both of his ears were frozen. The damage to the ears prompted skin cancer. His local doctor recommended surgery.

Long story short he allowed them to perform surgery on one ear. After that mangling procedure he decided there had to be a better way to heal cancer.

Prior to this he watched as his father-in-law who had Parkinson disease submit to surgery to stop the shaking in his right hand. After they cut the nerves to his hand, the shaking stopped, but then he no longer had the use of his hand. He also watched his wife’s mother who fell and broke her knee, die from gangrene while in the hospital.

A result of all these health related occurrences in his life and the loved ones close to him he decided there had to be a better way for us to take care of our health. So back to school he went at age forty-one. He secured his doctorates in Naturopathic Medicine and Herbal Medicine.

Dr. Young is a licensed, board certified Naturopathic Medical Doctor and Medical Herbalist actively involved in the COUNTRY DOCTOR Wellness Center located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He has taught and lectured at numerous collages across the country. He is currently an active member in good standing with the American Naturopathic Medical Association, American Herbalist Guild, Colorado Naturopathic Medical Association, American Alternative Medical Association, Federal Intermediary Council of Alternative Medicine and board certified in several other natural healing modalities.

Dr. Young was taught and believes that with natural herbal medicines there are no incurable diseases. Currently Dr. Young and his wife Joy are traveling the country on a mission to educate people and make his clinically proven formulas much more available through a local health food store near you.

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