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Spring into Summer - My Cleanse Journey Part 1

We all tend to roll into the new year with this hope and anticipation of fresh change.  It’s an extraordinary time where people purge their life of all that isn’t serving them.   654 more words


Was It Ever Lyme?

I started this blog to chronicle my journey to healing from Chronic Lyme Disease, and then it turned into something totally different. Although I have learned so much about health, Lyme disease and other chronic ailments during this time, I forget that a lot of it hasn’t been communicated with all of you. 2,103 more words

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Foundations of Healing: Fats

Since we were little, we’ve all been taught that if you’re sick, you should eat fresh fruits and vegetables, and drink lots of clear liquids to feel better. 1,281 more words

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Sabertooth Tigers and Starbucks: Cortisol Cometh'

I am moving. It’s kind of a complex, last-minute situation and I’ve moved twice in 12 months already, so suffice it to say I am stressed out. 1,130 more words


Book Review: Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome

Do you suffer from chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, hypoglycemia, or recurrent respiratory infections? If so, you might be interested in learning more about adrenal fatigue, a condition in which the adrenals become overworked and chronic illness results. 639 more words

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Foundations of Healing: Blood Sugar

For most of us when we hear blood sugar, we think diabetes. We might think of a family member or friend that was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, who regularly watches their carb intake and might even give themselves insulin shots. 1,797 more words

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Food and Mood: The Digestion Connection

Food and mood are in a relationship, and for most of us It’s Complicated when it really shouldn’t be. Food and its proper digestion are critical to the achievement and maintenance of optimal mental wellness of which mood is a part. 910 more words