Who Asked Me? – Episode 6

After my sudden cardiac arrest, I spent six days in the hospital, had all kinds of tests and sent home with a handful of prescription drugs. I wasn’t in very good shape, to say the least….but I was alive. I had hope. Once I returned home my husband insisted that I not refer to “my” […]

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Bust a Gut – Episode 3

Last time I shared with you my brokenness and my MTHFR diagnosis. Today I share more of the story, so glad you’re back. Thanks for inviting me to be a part of your day. Get comfortable and let’s get started. My Story There’s more to my story about MTHFR. I had another run in with […]

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Brokenness – Episode 2

Thanks for joining me on my podcast, glad you’re back. Today’s podcast is difficult for me to share, it reveals my brokenness. In order to heal, I first had to learn where I was weak. I had to learn where to find my strength, and what to do about my weaknesses. Today I share some […]

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Allergic?

Today if you ask anyone if they have an allergy, the answer will probably be yes. Others may refer to their discomfort as a “sensitivity”. We all have our threshold of tolerance to substances around us. But what, how and why does our food make us sick? I hope to share some insights on what […]

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Why B6 is Important

Especially if you don’t have enough, like I do. Most people don’t get enough of the right nutrition eating the Standard American Diet (SAD) and B6 is one of those very important and often overlooked vitamins. What happens when you don’t get enough? Well, that is what I set out to learn. Just over a […]

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Wonder Bread Isn’t So Wonderful After All

Wonder Bread was all the rage in the 1950’s. It’s not so wonderful after all. The rise in sensitivities to wheat have risen to create a gluten free market for consumers who avoid wheat products.  Although wheat crops aren’t genetically modified, they are sprayed with RoundUp to dry or dessicate the crops a few days before […]

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