Current Medication not working right…Let’s try adding more!


Current Medication not working right…Let’s try adding more!  WHAT?????? So I was sitting in the waiting room at my doctors office today with my husband to be seen. I noticed some pamphlets on the wall…now normally I read these and think OK maybe I can learn something from this information. We generally treat ourselves homeopathically, so we have not been [...]

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Prescription for a dog

Back in May 2013, it was announced that in a unique, interdisciplinary collaboration, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s Working Dog Center, The School of Arts and Science’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, Penn Medicine’s Division of Gynecologic Oncology and the Monell Chemical Senses Center have joined together to study ovarian cancer detection by dogs and e-sensors. Since more than 20,000 Americans are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each [...]

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Saying Goodbye to the GAPS Diet


This is not going to be a blog on bashing the GAPS diet. In fact, I am so thankful for my GAPS journey and all that I have learned. I wouldn’t be able to write this blog if it wasn’t for the GAPS diet. On March 17, 2011 we started a healing protocol for Kennedy called the Specific Carbohydrate Diet [...]

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Part II: Saying Goodbye to the GAPS Diet

My daughter has Dravet syndrome and is 5 ½ years old. She is not on any meds and has never been on meds for longer than 3 weeks. In fact, she has only taken AED’s for about 39 days, not consecutively, for her whole life. We attribute this to how far advanced she is for her age. She has not [...]

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Stanford says organic food isn’t good

    In an article published last month, Stanford research team published a report that said ”The published literature lacks strong evidence that organic foods are significantly more nutritious than conventional foods. Consumption of organic foods may reduce exposure to pesticide residues and antibiotic-resistant bacteria.” As far as the second sentence goes, yea, no kidding. But really, no evidence? As it [...]

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What GMO’s Did To Our Dog


I have a dog whose name is Max. He is almost 12 years old. Out of everything that has gone on in our lives the past couple years, unfortunately, he has gone under the radar. Meaning I have literally changed every single aspect of what we eat, drink, smell, put on our clothes, skin, etc. But haven’t had a chance [...]

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GMO Rice or go hungry?

                According to WHO, 127 millions of pre-school children worldwide suffer from vitamin A deficiency, causing some 500,000 cases of irreversible blindness every year. This deficiency is also responsible for 600,000 deaths among children under the age of 5. There is a new type of rice developed by Professor Ingo Potrykus at the [...]

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Honey Please!


  Honey at my fingertips anytime I want…YES PLEASE! We love this sticky sweet golden goodness from the bees.  I have dreamed of the day when I moved my family to that quaint little farm with the cows, pigs and acres of vegetables growing in the wind. Our family of 6 working the fields from sunup to sundown. Reaping what [...]

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