Wednesday, October 26, 2011


Will we ever find a cure for cancer? When a person is told they have Stage IV of this disease and medical professionals express they can offer palliative care (some treatments or drugs to make you more comfortable as you are waiting to die) most people accept the inevitable.
Here are some considerations as we look for cures for incurable diseases:
1. Get your body as healthy as you can. Do a simple internal cleansing program under the guidance of a competent trained qualified practitioner. Your colon holds a lot of toxic waste and if your diet hasn't been the best, this path will bring great results and reduce cravings for what might have precipitated part of the problem you are facing.
2. Invest in a good juicer (I prefer the Champion) and then get the book Fresh Juices by Dr. Walker wherein it provides recipes for every ailment or disease that I have ever heard about and most of which are considered incurable.
3. Put your juicing recipes together with organically grown foods and drink at least 1 quart a day 4 or 5 days a week. Most changes need 90 days to see permanent results and including a healthy more vegetarian diet of fresh steamed vegetables, grains and fresh fruit.
4. Begin to listen to your own body. If something doesn't feel right. It most likely isn't. Most drugs and treatments have more side effects than the initial problem. That is a sure sign the direction is wrong. Even vitamins can be wrong if you can't digest them. If you burp them up after taking enough water and still get an after taste, your body is telling you it doesn't need it. Out with the old in with the new in all regards. Positive re-enforcement of positive people and a spiritual path. Friends! Books! Music!

When will we find cures for cancer or any other incurable disease? When Doctors listen to their patients, work together, provide services of  holistic consultants, nutritionist, herbalists and other alternative health care practitioners. Last but not least, are more open to compliments to medical care.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Thyroid Diagnosis

Does anyone ever ask their physicians or practitioners what I believe is an important question in every diagnosis and that is "Why do I have this condition?" 
I guess lots of people take the medication and just keep going.  Having always been a "why" person myself, I have delved a bit deeper into these anomolies and here's my thoughts and observations after having successfully helped people get well the natural well for over 25+ years. 
Computers send out lots of radiation and can cause imbalances in the thyroid whether ultimately diagnosed with hyper or hypo conditions.
A friend who worked in a large room of computers taking airline reservations confirmed my suspicions when she told me that many of the females she worked with suffered not only thyroid problems, but miscarriages and/or inability to conceive. You see a thyroid imbalance will also affect your reproductive system in case the physician didn't mention.
The following are some tips and guidance that have been helpful to overcome this problem especially if your medication ultimately doesn't seem to be working or perhaps never did and/or created side effects that was a strong indicator of the wrong diagnosis:
1. Diodes made specifically for your computer. It's a small round doughnut shaped magnet that you place on the top of the computer case. Search the internet and sure to find.
2. Kelp which is natural iodine and very helpful for low thyroid and can also improve nails and hair.
3. Thyroid Activator for low thyroid or Thyroid Support for hypo produced by Nature's Sunshine which I carry and happy to provide.
4. Improvements can be noted for those whose hair stops falling out, feeling of anxiety subsides for those with hyper condition and heart stops racing which can all by symptoms of thyroid and certainly doesn't need an antidepressant but simply the correct diagnosis and proper direction.
Your comments, posts and comments are always welcome.

Thursday, October 13, 2011


The worst case I ever worked with had a middle aged over weight woman come to me with the following complaints.
(1) Pain in her feet, legs, back, neck and shoulders so severe and steady that she had to sleep sitting up in a chair when she could get sleep.
(2) She was constipated, bloated and absolutely miserable. She couldn't wear shoes her size, but sneakers that were larger and cut on the sides to be able to even walk short distances and then with the use of a walker.
Medical treatment was a drug called Metholtrexate (sic). That's it!
I found working with her through the aid of iridology, hair analysis and applied kinesiology she was lacking calcium/magnesium and vitamin D for starters along with having a weak liver possibly from the medication.
Her diet was awful. Instructions to eat fresh fruits and vegetables and start reading labels on any other foods. We worked on getting her colon working again along with digestion which all improved her so much that in three (3) weeks when she came back, she didn't need the walker. Slept in her own bed alongside her husband again and got a new pair of comfortable walking shoes that fit.
What was her Doctor's reaction to her progress? "You better cut down on the calcium. You don't need that much and you better bring me any information from the herbalist (me) before you take anything".
So sad to be so out of touch with our own bodies that someone can convince you that what is working is not!. I hope she continued as we ultimately lost touch. Guess it's an ego thing. What do you think?

Monday, October 10, 2011

Recommended Reading

There is so much support to gain knowledge and Stay Empowered over life, health, finances, relationships and on and on it goes. As I am expanding my blogging site and anxious to make it interesting and informative for all with an open mind, I wanted to list a few of my favorite reads. Whether you uses your Nook, Kindle, I-Pods or amazing psychic intuition, here are my humble suggestions for consideration:
(1) Why People Don't Heal and How they Can by Caroline Myss
(2) Good Buy To Guilt by Gerald G. Jampolsky
(3) Wisdom of the Ages by Wayne Dyer
(4) Feelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol Truman
(5) Eat Right for Your Type by D. Adamo
(6) Love is Letting Go of Fear by Gerald G. Jampolsky
(7) Buddha by Deepak Chopra

This was such a popular topic, it now has it's very own special page. Add your selections and I will keep them updated. 

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Is Getting Sick Really Getting Well?

Isn't it interesting that with all our scientific advances there is no "cure" for the common cold? You used to hear a lot about monies being raised to study this problem that hits millions every time the seasons change, but I haven't heard any discoveries yet have you? Here's what I know for sure. When we experience the symptoms of a cold or flu whatever you want to call it, what happens? We get stuffy or runny nose...chills sometimes, fever, headache and sometimes achy all over. How long does it last? 3 to 5 days. That condition in natural health is considered a natural healing  with mother nature interceding to help us get rid  of physical, mental and even emotional overload and stress. Yet traditional care is usually to do everything possible to stop the process. Shove it back. Stop the process. Antibiotics  and it takes the same 3 to 5 days. What can you do? Ease it along with rest, homemade chicken soup, time released vitamin C every 3 or 4 hours, a good glass of prune juice or a couple of cascara sagrada at bedtime to detoxify your colon.  Healthy diet and a brand new you emerges. Amazing if we just learn to listen to our bodies and back off when we are doing too much and not taking care to eat healthy and stay positive. What do you think? Had any experiences you want to share?

Friday, October 7, 2011

Making the right decision

To take a trip or not? Go to the movies with a friend? Invest time and money in a night out? Time to change diet and health direction? Where to begin and how do you get your answers? Here are a few ideas. When it is the right decision for your highest and best results all the doors open to make it happen. Too simple? Could be especially if we are use to struggle. Maybe we need to raise the bar for ourselves and know that all the doors and opportunities will open if we are focused on what we want and stop setting up road blocks. How many times have you heard people say something like "I would like to go on a trip but I can't afford it". Just maybe if we change our thinking and are open to possibilities a better choice of words and our attitude could be "I would love to take a trip and if it is the right thing for me to do, it can work out." Maybe we just don't thing we deserve trips, better pay, happiness and/or even good health.  What do you think and how do you arrive at your best answers. How's it working for you?

Thankfulness- Gratefulness

Oprah brought about so much awareness and lots of good direction through her many years hosting her television show and one of my favorites is her Thankful Journal.  How often to take time to start out our day being thankful for what we are about to receive and ending with the same gratefulness. Even if a challenging day we can always learn from every opportunity and recognize the good in all things. What do you think?