I started reading “The Gerson Therapy” again. This time in desperation. After a five day long headache something had to change. Too tired to attack a diet change head but with enough energy to ease into it, I began by making the simple Hippocrates soup (certain vegetables cooked and blended together) recommended for daily consumption. … More The Gerson Therapy – a book about getting well.
I think I stumbled onto something to help with the pain in may lower jaw from the Trigeminal Neuralgia. I was watching a series on youtube about herbal medicine yesterday, and one of the episodes was on energy and sleep. They suggested Valerian for sleep. Take a little and add a little as you attempt … More Valerian Root: Pain Relief and Sleep Aid?
Guess what I have. How did you know? Maybe the title gave it away! Trigeminal Neuralgia is a big fancy word for nerve pain on the side of your face. This pain can include teeth, sinuses, ear, jaw, eye, and head. The main nerve feeding one side of your face, running through your temple area, … More Trigeminal Neuralgia and Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia
My daughter Melissa has introduced me to the Keto diet philosophy, so I am listening to the book she recommended, “Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It” by Gary Taubes on Audible. Taubes presents exhaustive research and sites study after study to back up his claims. I find this to be very helpful … More The Book “Why We Get Fat” by Gary Taubes, and Weight Loss
When I was a newbie at Tracker School (see trackerschool.com) I wanted to go to the Scout class, which had the prerequisites of the week long Standard class, the week long Advanced Standard class, and the week long Advanced Tracking and Awareness class. The scout class is also a week long class where during the … More Fear and Weight Loss
I have successfully used many different diets, but I never want to use the same one twice because
I have successfully used many different diets, but I never want to use the same one twice because it’s boring to repeat something I’ve already explored. Instead I will try something new. I am beginning to think that is why there are so many fad diets; people want to try something new rather than the … More The “Explorer” and Weight Loss
Fatigue is one of the biggest triggers to eating food that is not on my diet. When I am tired I eat to try to bring my energy level up. This usually does not work and I end up taking a nap after I’ve eaten. Why not just take the nap and skip the calories? … More Sleep, Your Schedule, and Weight Loss
Yesterday, I told my daughter I lost more weight when we were competing. We had a chart online we could update and we would earn “stars” (points) when we accomplished certain things during each day. For example, exercising for 30 minutes got a star, each of us eating within our personal calorie goal got a … More Competition and Weight Loss