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Offal, Not Awful

This post is not for the faint of heart (or sight). Any seasoned chef will say that we eat first with our eyes, but I am here to ask for open mindedness while I tackle the offal section of The Paleo Approach Cookbook. 393 more words


Arthritis Ashley Joins Sanguine Biosciences

I have joined forces with Sanguine Biosciences in order to help patients to further autoimmune and rheumatoid arthritis research, simply by donating blood. I am happy to lend the Arthritis Ashley name and fan base to this company with a worthy mission. 138 more words

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My Journey Last Year

This short video is how, in less than one year, a Lupus SLE flare took me for a ride. From feeling good and healthy to the brink of death. 28 more words


Paleo Lifestyle -- Sunshine and Movement

Daily doses of sunshine and movement are part of the paleo approach to healing autoimmune conditions. And having a lovely trail looping around our property and two faithful canine companions to lead and accompany me make this one more part of the paleo approach that brings me joy in addition to promoting healing from my autoimmune conditions. 68 more words

A Child's Battle for a Normal Life

November 24, 2014

The past 10 days have been the best for Tessa since early last August! The introduction of Remicade (infliximab) to her largely experimental course of treatment, together with the other efforts to reverse the course of her symptoms, has resulted in two extremely positive outcomes: Her wounds are healing, with the smaller ones caused by IV insertions healing completely, her two major ones growing significantly smaller with new skin forming around the edges and in islands within the wound field. 317 more words