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Psychological impact of masking our humanity

We’ve been warned to “mask up” to prevent the spread of C*vid. We’ve been chastised at stores for not wearing masks and for potentially putting other people at risk. We’ve been told over and over again since the beginning of 2020 that masks are essential for stopping the spread of C*vid, the novel c*ronavirus. But, […]

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This particular v*ccine argument doesn’t make any sense.

As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, I’m not subjecting my body to the medical injection that is being pushed around the world. First and foremost, I’ve already contracted the virus and survived the symptoms using natural medicines I had in my home. I covered the easy remedies I used here: There’s no cure for C*ovid, […]

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Do antibiotics lead to Candida overgrowth?

I often hear from clients that tell me they have tried everything to rid themselves of candida overgrowth. They complain that they have been trying for years without finding relief and they struggle with: Digestive distress Skin rashes Oral thrush Chronic yeast infections Urinary tract infections Sinus infections Skin and nail fungus Joint pain It […]

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Is metal detox necessary?

I think for many people, one simple step can help resolve chronic exposure to metals by helping your body function better and it involves some delicious ingredients in your kitchen!

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Are people consciously blackmailing our health?

I’ve read some very interesting comments on my articles that I’ve been sharing about the C*ronavirus pandemic. I’m personally not getting in line any time soon (or probably ever) to get one of the experimental injections that are being thrust upon the world’s citizens right now at this challenging time in human history. I had […]

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Can humans be programmed?

I recently received a thought-provoking question from a woman that said, “I’m curious to know why you would bother not wearing a mask in CVS knowing it would likely draw other peoples’ ire? I’m trying to understand as it seems like the harder road to take?” Jennifer That’s a GREAT question! Yes, I guess it […]

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Sesame Crusted Tuna with Sweet and Spicy Ginger Sauce

As a teenager, I remember fixing myself an easy tuna sandwich using mayonnaise and two slices of bread. As an adult, I still love eating tuna, but with a twist! Like this recipe for Sesame Crusted Tuna with Sweet and Spicy Ginger Sauce. Enjoy!

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I’m not compliant with the v*ccine nonsense, here’s why…

In December 2020 I wrote an article about the division of the population over politics, but more importantly, over the state of our health. In that article, I said, “I’m not a psychic, but I’m going to predict that it’s just a matter of time before this vaccine becomes mandatory for ALL people to be […]

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A new virus is brewing amongst humans!

My husband and I had a play date to visit some friends that we haven’t seen since their baby girl, Iris*, was born. On the morning of our date, I went to the local discount store/pharmacy to pick up a “new baby” card for the parents. The store did NOT have a “face mask required” […]

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What happened to Heart Disease?

With everyone everywhere in the world focused on Cov*d-19, most people have forgotten about Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), that includes heart attacks and strokes. According to the American Heart Association, CVD is the leading global cause of death, and accounted for approximately 18.6 million deaths in 2019.[1] I know that in 2020 and now 2021, coronavirus […]

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What our pets teach us during crises

I’ve got a rescue pup. Her name is Rumi – we call her Roo. She seems content enjoying her existence on planet earth. Here are some things Roo has taught us.

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Is fear dominating our conversation?

I was driving to a family holiday party (yes, we gathered with family in larger than accepted numbers), and from the back seat, my nephew exclaimed, “Oh no! The virus mutated and now it’s even more contagious!” He was reading a headline from a news story that was posted on someone’s Facebook feed. I read […]

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Top 7 most eaten recipes!

Every year my team pulls the most clicked on, shared, and eaten recipes from my website. Check out which were the most popular this past year and try them out for yourself!

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Top 5 hottest articles of 2020!

This year, like every year, some select articles on my website got extra attention and plenty of shares. Take a look at the most read articles of 2020!

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To mask or not to mask? Here are your responses.

Recently, I wrote an article about wearing masks in public.  The responses were passionate on both sides of the equation. First and foremost, I want to thank everyone for sharing your thoughts with me on my website, and on all of the social platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn). I believe it’s important to hear each […]

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We are a nation divided for many reasons

During the 2020 Presidential Election, it became clear that America is a nation divided. Unfortunately, we are divided about much more than just politics. We are divided about health and wellness, too. But, this is not new. We have been divided about health and wellness for 100 years (and longer)! Early in the 1900’s the […]

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