Mary Duafala

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Mary Duafala

Mary Duafala

MS, BCPP, Certified NES Practitioner

Mary Duafala, MS, BCPP, Certified NES Practitioner 

Mary Duafala, an integrative and holistic healthcare advocate, is executive director of the Abbeyrose Foundation and owner of AlphaMED Bioenergetics, LLC. She has published and conducted research on a variety of topics, including oncology and pain management. 

Mary has pharmacy and business degrees, is a medical writer, board-certified polarity practitioner, a bioenergetic health practitioner, certified NES Practitioner, and holds certificates of certification in a variety of holistic modalities. As founder and executive director of the non-profit Abbeyrose Foundation, she guides the foundation in providing educational activities and in supporting and conducting research on holistic and integrative wellness practices as they relate to people and their pets. As a bioenergetic health practitioner, Mary works with people and animals to help them achieve their highest potential. Mary provides the following bioenergetic services for people and their pets: NES Health Body Scans; miHealth Sessions; NES Health infoceuticals; Polarity Therapy; Reiki Sessions. 

For more information on strategies for keeping you and your pets healthy and happy, visit the Abbeyrose Foundation at www.abbeyrosefoundation.org. 

Mary Duafala – 614-940-4848
alphamedbioenergetics@yahoo.com
www.facebook.com/abbeyrosefoundation
@abbeyroseARF 

Articles by Mary Duafala

A Super Food You Can Make at Home for You and Your Pet Bone Broth

Bone broth is an inexpensive source of minerals (e.g., calcium, silicon, sulphur, magnesium, phosphorus, trace minerals) in an easily absorbable form along with other nutrients you and your dog will love. Often, a sick dog will drink bone broth when he will not eat anything else. But a healthy, vital, ...
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Country of Origin of Processed Food by Mary Duafala

Despite a US Address on the Label, The Country of Origin for Some Ingredients in Your and Your Pet’s Food is Probably China. Do you eat NutriGrain bars? Sara Lee bread? Do you feed your dog or cat dry or canned food? While the label shows an address in the ...
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Exploring Wellness Face-to-Face: A Real Life Dr. Dolittle

Exploring Wellness Face-to-Face: A Real Life Dr. Dolittleby Mary DuafalaThere is a lot of skepticism about interspecies communication. But, what if I told you animal communication is real? Misty Skeen is a real life Dr. Dolittle! Listen to her interview to learn more about how she connects with her animal ...
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Looking at Disease a New Way

The next time you or your dog get sick, go beyond treating the symptoms (e.g., diarrhea, hot spot, high blood pressure, cancer, Parkinson’s disease) and consider the cause. Instead of classifying an illness as one disease or another that affects one part of the body or another, consider the possibility ...
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Natural Treatments for Cough and Whooping Cough

Natural Treatments for Cough and Whooping Cough by Mary Duafala This post focuses on the human side of the human-pet partnership. In 2015, nearly 33,000 cases of whooping cough (pertussis) were reported in the US (https://www.cdc.gov/pertussis/surv-reporting/cases-by-year.html). Whether or not you choose to vaccinate, you may still be confronted with caring ...
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Pet Health Inventory List

  Pet Health Inventory List By Mary Duafala It’s important to routinely evaluate your pet’s health and to go to your veterinarian appointment prepared to address any changes since your last visit. A health inventory list is the perfect way to summarize your pet’s health status. Performing a health inventory ...
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The Bottom Line on Anal Glands

The Bottom Line on Anal Glandsby Mary DuafalaMany dogs suffer from problems with their anal glands, which excrete a ‘fluid’ having a noxious, fishy odor. Some pets will unexpectedly empty the gland (often at very inopportune times or places), scoot around in an attempt to express the gland, or develop ...
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