What if all we have been told and believed isn't true? Debunking Myths, Healthy Recipes and Each Cell Has a Sex. WHAT! What are some things you believe about heart health? Do you think the biggest sign of a heart attack is chest pain? Do you think an aspirin a day will keep the doctor… Continue reading Debunking Myths, Healthy Recipes and Each Cell Has a Sex. WHAT!
It is hard to believe we are already in June! We have hit the halfway point in 2019. The month of June we are going to be focusing on heart health! So often we focus on our body. We look in the mirror and see how we look and we forget about all of the… Continue reading How Healthy Is Your Heart?
Common Fillers in Medications and Supplements My allergy/sensitivity to medications is extensive. When I go in for any appointment, the review of my meds takes longer than the appointment itself. Since being diagnosed with Hashimoto Thyroiditis, I have been doing a lot of research because of things I have read. The more I learn the… Continue reading Medication Can Use Gluten and Dairy For Fillers and They Don’t Have to Tell The Consumers!
Transparency is not easy to do, especially when it comes to healthy and weight. Who wants to put it out there for the world to see how much you weight, put photos up and invite them into what you hope to do and the struggles to accomplish them. I say the struggles because it has… Continue reading Transparency in 2019
Well all over Facebook you can find people posting videos with recipes. One that I had saved but kept on popping up all over was the three ingredient strawberry jam. It looked amazing as an end product. It looked pretty easy to make. It didn’t look like it would take a long time; well that… Continue reading Three Ingredient Strawberry Jam
Since this was not what I had planned when starting this journey I didn't update at the end of week one. So I am doing that now. I have a brain and body that don't always work together. I think about where I was when I ended my working out on a regular basis. I… Continue reading My St. Jude’s Marathon Journey – Week One Update
Well let me just tell you a little bit about who I am. I am a 42 year old (almost 43) wife and mom (that is Jack and I celebrating birthdays with a cupcake fight). I have a few really good friends, a lot of friends and a lot of acquaintances. I have numerous autoimmune… Continue reading My Road To The St. Jude’s Marathon
I am around. I am thinking. I am cleaning. I am making it through the first week of school. When the summer comes, I have a schedule and we did really good about sticking to it. I did indulge in the kiddos more than I had planned to (that sounds bad) but it was perfect.… Continue reading I Have Been Quiet
Back in July I talked about how we decided to get a Tower Garden. Here is where we put her together, put some seedlings in, grew some seedlings and added those and how it has grown over the past three weeks! Putting Tower Garden Together Tower Garden Seedlings Tower Garden Week One Update Tower Garden… Continue reading Watch Our Tower Garden Grow!
I have talked a lot about the fact I have autoimmune issues. Yes technically they are diseases, I prefer to call them issues. I have been following a blog: Her Unusual Journey and she has been dealing with and dealt things very similar to me. Here is the thing I know there are others out… Continue reading Signs You Could Be Missing That Help You and Doctors Detect Autoimmune Disease