Wild Lily Holistic Health

Disease is solely and purely corrective; it is neither vindictive nor cruel, but it is the means adopted by our own souls to point out to us our faults, to prevent our making greater errors, to hinder us from doing more harm, and to bring us back to the path of Truth and Light from which we should never have strayed.

Dr. Edward Bach (1886-1936), founder of the Bach Flower Essences

Western medicine considers the patient as a passive entity to be made compliant.
James Greenblatt, MD, Integrative Medicine for Binge Eating, with Virginia Ross-Taylor, PhD (2019)


The victim is undeserving of succor.
Peggy Claude-Pierre, The Secret Language of Eating Disorders (1997).


Conversely, faith, hope, love and thanksgiving are remedies, counterweights, to the victim complex in which we sometimes are at risk of becoming entangled.

Jaques Philippe, The Way of Trust and Love: A Retreat Guided by St. Therese of Lisieux.

And blest be Beauty, that enchants
The frail, the solitary lance.

Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950)

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Our Clinic

Our clinic is open six days a week with office times in both morning, afternoon, and evening to suit your busy schedule. Please see below for our specialities.

We offer holistic health at a price you can afford. Experience quality expertise geared to you and your family, including fitness recommendations, skilled home and diet plans, recipes, shopping tours and more. No matter what your symptoms or condition, we treat the various interrelated social, mental, physical, and spiritual causes. If you need practical disease management, or are elderly or disabled, you have come to the right place.

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Eating Disorders

Practitioner Emily Isaacson has worked in two eating disorder centres, both in Canada and the US. She suffered from a  severe eating disorder as a teenager for 5 years and was cured after becoming an out-patient at the famous Montreux Clinic in Victoria. Her journey to transcend this tendency became an quest for knowledge, and after working at the clinic herself and learning from their theory and high success rate, she continued on to study nutrition in university.

After becoming a nutritionist at Bastyr University of Natural Medicine, Isaacson was hired to work at The Centre: A Place of Hope in Edmonds, Washington. She there learned to facilitate the healing of her clients, and taught a seminar on how to cure this difficult condition, even when it presents as bulimia. Isaacson had learned that at the root of all eating disorders, there is a base of anorexic thinking reflecting in self-denial. This thinking virtually pervades our culture and affects both men and women, particularly teenagers. 

Isaacson started her own practice in 2005 and has taught for over 17 years on overcoming this thinking by learning to eat according to her metabolism optimizing food plan (scheduled grazing), learning about basic nutrition, and exchanging the negative structure of anorexia for a constructive one. She has spoken at high schools, school board conferences, and led support groups for eating disorders.

Recovery from an eating disorder in our program involves coming to weekly out-patient sessions, and being willing to eat with another individual to keep you accountable, and if necessary, help you prepare the food. Isaacson is able to determine your level of compliance, and whether you need a family member of friend to be your helper. She starts the patient off gradually until their bodies begin to receive nourishment, using high quality protein supplements. She is gentle and careful not to upset the delicate balance between life and death even when her clients are just surviving. Practitioner Emily Isaacson can get you back on the path to courage in eating and success in reaching your goals in life. She is an excellent example of how to eat what you want and be naturally thin. 

Come in and learn more about Isaacson's high metabolism program to help you eat what you want without being overweight . . .you too can eat 3,000 calories a day . . . The New Metabolism Concept.