The Importance of Newsletters

Sending weekly newsletters via e-mail is just one of the many services I provide. These newsletters help to educate and inform you of the many aspects of your health over and above what we are able to cover in your normal office visits. I hope that you find them beneficial. I want to share with you one of my most rewarding encounters, which explains why I continue to send newsletters.

For those of you that don’t know this yet, I do a lot of DIY (Do-It-Yourself) projects. I even built my own home at the age of 17 and continue to do DIY projects in my spare time. So this explains why I was in a local home improvement store one afternoon when I was approached by a patient whom I had not seen in a while and was surprised to hear, “Dr. Taylor, I want to thank you for saving my life.” So, I listened while thinking, “How is this possible?”

“When I came to see you years ago, your treatments helped so much, and I have not had any problems with my back since, but,” she continued, “a while ago, I started experiencing severe problems (too long to list here) and even after seeing various medical doctors, they were unable to find a solution. To say the least, I was at the end of my rope and was ready to give up on ever feeling well again when I received one of your newsletters regarding the hazards and side-effects of artificial sweeteners, such as, aspartame. Low and behold as I read in disbelief, your newsletter listed every single symptom I had. But after reading your newsletter, I decided to eliminate all aspartame products and in as little as two weeks, my symptoms disappeared! Dr. Taylor, I really believe I was about to die and thanks to your caring enough to send me your newsletters, I now have my health back! So, thank you, Dr. Taylor for saving my life!”

This was wonderful news and I hope her words will inspire you to take a few minutes to read the newsletter each week; they just might have the news you need to hear. And, remember to forward them to all your family and friends. You never know the next life that may be saved because you did!

In health and wellbeing,
Dr. C. Gary Taylor