HPV is a virus, and anyone is susceptible. If we take early action, it is reversible. Let’s cut through some of the myths and misinformation so you can start a treatment protocol – before it develops into cancer.
Abnormal Pap & HPV
Abnormal pap smears are often caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) and require further testing to get at the root cause – which can be stress, digestive issues, birth control, and other triggers. Together, we can work together to lower your susceptibility to – and even reverse – HPV.
It’s great that people are finally seeing a connection between food and how it affects our health. Certain foods are common allergens that can cause inflammation and/or leaky gut, and leave us susceptible to HPV and other viruses. Dr. Doni Wilson covers the specific foods to avoid if you have HPV.
It’s not enough to kill the HPV virus. To truly address it and prevent it from coming back, we need to find out what makes each individual specifically susceptible to HPV. It’s about getting to the root of your health issues, finding exactly which health assessments are essential for your body and what it needs, and then building a step-by-step individualized protocol to help your body heal.
A positive pap smear result can be scary and overwhelming, especially with the known links between HPV and cancer. Dr. Doni explains the alternative ways to address HPV before it can become a bigger problem, with natural approaches and her customized protocol to reverse HPV.
According to the CDC, HPV (Human Papillomavirus) affects 79 million people in the U.S. There are a lot of misconceptions about the HPV virus – so let’s take a deeper look at the 5 most common causes of HPV so that you can better protect yourself.
The best way to address HPV and dysplasia is with a comprehensive approach that addresses the issues triggering the susceptibility in the first place – such as stress, leaky gut, and/or food sensitivities – and then use well-researched nutrients and herbs to help your body fight off the virus and make healthy new cells.