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Category Archives: health and wellness

Juicing to Improve My Health Days 1-3

This time I decided to try a different approach towards getting back on track with health improvement and weight loss. Juicing. Joe Cross. The Juice Guy. He’s helped thousands of people to improve their diet by showing them how to make fresh juices from vegetables and fruits, and to increase the amount of plant based …

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Juicing To Improve My Health

Anne and Rusty

Okay, so I know juicing helps with health improvement. In 1995 when I was first time diagnosed with Breast Cancer I made the decision to add fresh juices to my intake – vegetable juices with an occasional apple but no other fruits – also sometimes with a bit of fresh ginger, fresh garlic and fresh …

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Health Issues – Chronic Urticaria – Thank you, Joe Cross!

Okay, here we go again! Grinning! 🙂 Once again, out of my misery, begins another chapter of healing and increasing wellness. To summarize: I’ve been unwell, even sick a LOT in my life since age 5 when I first contracted pneumonia and was allergic to the penicillin the doctor put me on. Also I trace …

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Gratitude For Recovery from Autoimmune Illnesses

Anne and Rusty

Elephant Journal has done it again! I love EJ for articles on health, relationships, spiritual growth and more!      http://www.elephantjournal.com/ In this article Dr. Hyman from Cleveland lists many of the autoimmune illnesses people in the western world struggle with today, as well as 9 Steps to deal with which to deal with these …

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“SEAGULLS” are Sooooo Pretty! or “Ewwwww”!

GULL in Flight from U-Tube I’d love to have a dollar for every time a person, visitor or local, has said this to me about gulls! I never agree BUT I always get to tell my story – the same story I’m about to tell you. Did you watch the above U-Tube video? Did you …

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Artificial Flavorings New Clue for My Food Addiction

Today I watched the Dr. Oz show and was thrilled to receive a new clue to my lifelong food addiction problem/challenge. Always I’ve known sugar was addicting. In mid-1980s I learned sugar, white flour and volume were definite culprits and learned how to manage my food addiction with a weighed and measured food plan while …

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