Monthly Archives: October 2011

Vaccines

October 30, 2011 – 1:23 pm

Wow!  I just watched a chilling, and at times heart breaking, documentary peering into the world of safety in vaccinating our youth.  I’ve added the link below so you can view it to. Vaccines have become a hot topic – they’ve been linked to the exponential growth of autism and neurodegenerative diseases – and many people […]


My Top 10 List of Healthy To-Do’s

October 23, 2011 – 5:55 pm

The following are my top non-negotiables when it comes to health.  In order to age well, maintain a healthy body, mind and spirit, check out the following pointers and see which areas of your life may need some restructuring:   Be proactive – don’t wait until you’re diagnosed with a disease to take action.  Realize […]


Blood Sugar Balance

October 18, 2011 – 10:16 pm

In a previous blog I discussed symptoms of hypoglycemia and irregular blood sugar, and now I’m going to get straight to the goods and give you my best tips for reversing dysglycemia. Just to recap: symptoms of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) are craving sweets or feeling sleepy after meals, needing caffeine for energy, eating in […]


Raw Milk Battle

October 16, 2011 – 8:53 pm

The following is an immediate call-to-action from Alice Jongerden of www.homeontherangefarms.com: “As you may know Michael Schmidt was convicted for “distributing raw milk” in a recent court decision in Ontario.  He has also been served with an application of contempt of court, to be heard on November 2, 2011.  If he is found in contempt, he […]


Anemia

October 16, 2011 – 6:00 pm

You’ve been dragging for weeks and the fatigue you feel hangs over you like a dark shadow, masking your true energetic nature.  When walking up stairs you’re shocked at how your muscle strength has seemingly dwindled overnight, and you find yourself panting like an over-heated dog.   Your heart beats heavy in your chest during the […]


Cold & Flu Season

October 12, 2011 – 12:14 pm

Cold and flu season is (unfortunately!) just around the corner if it hasn’t already launched itself at you in full force.  The immune system is a powerful player in our body – keeping it in tip-top shape takes a bit of work.  Many people aren’t aware, but the functionality of our immune cells are very […]