I’ve been sharing what my journey through menopause and more. Several months ago I started having some issues that I finally attributed to menopause. Body aches and pains became quite an issue along with all of the fun hormone changes involved with menopause. I was in an auto accident 18 years ago that is once [...]
Today is the final day the huge 53 product digital bundle will be available for $39.97. This bundle sale has ended! This entire bundle is focused on Health and Wellness. Categories include:
Relieve Common Diseases and Conditions Plant Remedies: Herbs, Oils, & Trees Natural Living and Healthy Lifestyle General Tools for Better Nutrition [...]
February on the Prairie
Last month I shared how January went for me as far as health and wellness. In a nutshell, it was a rough month. And so was December, November, October, and August before that. In fact I haven’t felt truly ‘well’ for over a year. I hate to sound whiny but [...]
The Extreme Health Library Sale that I’ve been telling you about is now available!
53 digital products for only $39.97!
This bundle sale has ended! Products are available at contributors website.
This digital bundle not only includes many fabulous eBooks but also white papers, MP3 and [...]
Something that has been on my mind a lot lately is health care. You may know that when we changed our diet in early 2009 from a diet of mainly processed foods to a diet of mainly traditional food we discovered changes in our health.
My husband and I both had a diagnosis of Irritable [...]
Master Tonic, Rhodiola and Wild Yam Tinctures Before Straining
We have had a very mild winter. We do have snow on the ground today but for the most part this winter as been super mild. Which is good in some ways (comfort) and not so good in other ways (we need snow to help [...]
1 in 31 people have an autoimmune disease. 75% of those affected are women(1). Annesse Brockley was one of those women.
In 1992 Annesse’s health and life changed dramatically. She went from full of energy to exhausted. Soon new symptoms began to appear. Eventually Annesse was given a diagnosis of Lupus. In the years that [...]
Almost four years ago, I heard about something called traditional foods and a book called Nourishing Traditions. It took several months to locate a copy of this book (that was before I spent much time on the internet) and once I did get one, I spent several weeks being completely overwhelmed. The concepts in Nourishing [...]
My own journey to good health has been fairly smooth, for the most part. A few years ago I thought my health was fine. Sure, I took a few different medications. One for stomach issues (Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS), one for when the first one for stomach issues didn’t do it’s job, another for [...]
So we lasted a total of 6 days on GAPS Intro. We knew from the beginning that it was possible we wouldn’t be able to do the entire Intro process so our back up plan was to do Intro as best we could and then go into full GAPS. Last night we determined it was [...]
I wanted to have a record of how GAPS Introduction progressed for us. I think it would be helpful for me to have something to look back on and also for others considering doing GAPS Intro. But I don’t want to have GAPS posts completely take over the blog. I’ve decided to keep a running [...]