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Beat Food Intolerances: Act Like Your Grandparents


How to effectively rid yourself and family of food intolerances.


Bad Turkey!

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Thanksgiving evokes happy memories of turkey, stuffing, cranberries and pie. But I recall an incident with turkey a few years ago that had me quite alarmed. Fortunately, homeopathy, as usual, saved the day.

I foolishly left some leftover turkey out on the counter for two days. (Not something I normally do! But I wanted to separate it from the daily trash, and I simply hadn’t gotten to it.)

And, to my horror, my husband, Perry, ate it.

“Yum!” he said after he finished the bowl.

“You ate that?!!” I didn’t want to alarm him, but I was certain this wasn’t good.

Not surprisingly, within half a day or so, he came down with a severe case of food poisoning. (more…)

Good Gut, Bad Gut: FAQ – Homeopathyworks

“Read the Science. Raise Your Hand. Ask Your Questions. Learn the Facts.”

Many of you have asked very good questions so I know you are learning the facts.

1) I can’t see my insides … how do I know if my gut is good or bad? (more…)

A Tale of Guts & Glory (And as Usual, a Good Remedy, Too)

Activist AwardI’ve just returned from the hugely successful Weston A. Price Foundation Annual Convention in Atlanta, meeting new friends, connecting with old, eating gourmet nutrient-dense foods, listening to wonderful talks from top experts in their fields, and of course, the highlight for me: teaching a six-hour course on How to Raise a Drug-Free Family. If you have never been to one of these conferences, I urge you to try to attend next year.

Somewhere around 1200 people attended the keynote presentation given by  Andrew Wakefield, MD, the British gastroenterologist and vaccine expert who established the connection between vaccines, gut dysfunction and autism. One of the most noteworthy statements he made in relation to vaccine damage was, “We are here on this earth because of mothers’ instincts. We need to pay attention to what mothers observe.” (more…)

Don’t Accept Less in Your Quest for Genuine Health


2013-10-29 13.55.56My husband and I recently contracted to have some work done to the outside of our house. Winter is just around the corner, and several places on the roof needed repair.

The contractor came that first day, sun shining, full crew and eager to start, but they did not finish. After that first day, they never returned, despite the fact that the job was incomplete. We paid them a large portion of the agreement at the end of that first day and haven’t seen them since. Paying without completion of work was probably the problem, but that’s the subject of another story.

As I write this, it’s day 18 (but who’s counting?) after the project began, and the last little bit that will complete the roof repair remains elusively incomplete. I am beginning to accept that the work may never get done. I’m already past the stage of being angry with the contractor. I’ve begun to creep into the “oh-well-I-guess-I-have-to-learn-to-live-with-it-as-it-is” stage.


Good Gut, Bad Gut: Most Common Questions

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Good Gut, Bad Gut: FAQ

“Read the Science. Raise Your Hand. Ask Your Questions. Learn the Facts”

Many of you have asked very good questions, so I know you are learning the facts.



1) I can’t see my insides … how do I know if my gut is good or bad?

 he relationship between digestion and overall health is much more far-reaching than simply experiencing frank gastrointestinal symptoms. Various mental and physical ailments, such as ADD and autoimmune diseases, have been observed to have their origins in poor digestive health. The way you might know if an illness is related to the gut is if there are chronic problems that began after a gastrointestinal event, even years previous. Also,  if foods seem to be bothersome, even if the symptoms present in remote areas such as on the skin, the respiratory tract or neurologically, it can potentially mean the gut is disturbed and is worth investigation. (more…)

Morning Sickness Ruining Your Pregnancy? Choose One of These Homeopathic Remedies

toilet2Forget the mornings … sometimes this awful sensation can last all day! However, not with homeopathy. Unlike many modern medical methods, homeopathy has no side effects or detriments to the baby. In fact, one of the best times to use homeopathy is during pregnancy.

Choose a Remedy

Choose one of the remedies below that most closely fits the symptoms at hand, and for most moms, if the remedy is taken twice daily for 1-10 days, there’s often a nice shift. That’s how we know it’s time to stop using the remedy. If the symptoms return, then it’s time to resume its use.


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I designed it especially to provide a framework to guide you through your remedy choices. It is perfect for busy mothers and others who love curing their families themselves.

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