Simple Solution to Eliminate Gallbladder Attacks

Simple Solution to Eliminate Gallbladder Attacks

Staying away from substances that cause allergic reactions, could prevent gallbaldder attacks quotes James C. Breneman, M.D. Dr. Breneman discovered in the 1960's that 69 individuals suffering from recurrent attacks of gallbladder pain went on an elimination diet to determine their food allergies. Once they removed the offending foods 69 out of 69 patients never had a recurrence of attacks again. Symptoms returned for all 69 when they ate the foods they were allegric to once more. I would be glad to help anyone determine their food allergies or you can get assistance by contacting the American Academy of Environmental Medicine at 216-684-5500. Gallbladder removal costs around $30,000. If all 500,000 peple in the U.S. who have gallbladder surgery in a given year were to opt for the allergy elimination route, the national health bill would decline by about $12 billion! Source: Jonathan V. Wright's Nutrition and Healting, October...
Safe Mama Sunscreen Criteria

Safe Mama Sunscreen Criteria

What we put on our skin is just as important as what we eat.  Please check out this link and upgrade your sunscreen to a something that is good for your whole body!...
Foundation Farm Journal Entry Week of August 1

Foundation Farm Journal Entry Week of August 1

Yikes where has the time gone.  July has been HOT HOT HOT everywhere including the farm.  I have chosen to stay home from the garden because of the heat.  I was so bummed but I had to listen to my body and it was telling me to stay home.  Rick continues to endure the heat better than me.  It has been a challenge for everyone in the garden for sure including the plants.  The harvest has slowed except for the cucumbers, zucchini, sun gold tomatoes and basil.  They love the heat and keep on growing despite the high temperatures.  Additionally, all kinds of insects have arrived due to the stress of the heat on the garden.  This has given us the opportunity to practice methods to non chemically deal with the infestation.  Some of the methods include hand picking and squashing (yuck), spraying with BT, keeping the paths mowed short, and letting the insects eat and replanting where appropriate. Be sure and visit your Farmers Market and support locally grown food.  The Farmers really need to know you are supporting them during this heat wave by showing up to buy their...
Foundation Farm Journal Entry Week of June 8

Foundation Farm Journal Entry Week of June 8

It's been really hot at the farm.  We are starting out earlier 6:00 a.m. so that we are not working in the heat of the day.  We are harvesting beautiful kale and chard.  I love these two vegetables. I've been enjoying kale in my morning smoothies!  It gives me great energy to start out my day.  Here is a picture of Kayla and I washing and packing kale for the farmers...
Foundation Farm Journal Entry Week of May 23, 2011

Foundation Farm Journal Entry Week of May 23, 2011

I have embarked on a new chapter in my journey.  This week I moved to Eureka Springs Arkansas to join my husband Rick as he apprentices on an organic vegetable farm, Foundation Farm.  We will spend the season with 6 other apprentices on the farm learning about organic vegetable farming. This week we helped to harvest 50 pints of organic strawberries.  You've never really tasted the full goodness of a strawberry until you eat a freshly picked organic berry.  Delicious. We also picked Bok Choi and Chinese Cabbage.  Eating these tasty greens freshly picked from the field is an eater's delight.   Check back here for frequent updates on my adventures at the Foundation...