In this post, we discuss the work of Dr. Kendal Stewart about common neurological symptoms which are actually related to deficiencies of diet, such as sensory overload, tremors, brain fog, mood swings and more. These deficiencies have many causes, but only one treatment, which we discuss in detail.
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Good Health Starts with Clean Food. It doesn't matter what symptoms you're trying to fight, what autoimmune disorder you have, or what specific food triggers you may possess; what you put into your body matters. You may be trying to aid your IBS, improve your migraines, decrease your aches and pains or brain fog. It … Continue reading Dietary Changes to Improve Every Spoonie’s Health
The FaceBlaster, which is the smallest Blaster available from Ashley Black designed specifically for use on the face, hands and feet, is finally available! It's the first time it's been available without pre-order since I began blasting. Right now, it comes packaged with oils, lotion and cleanser for $99, here. There are tutorials and instructions, here. I … Continue reading FaceBlaster now available!
For the last three days I’ve been trying to scratch the hide right off my bones. It’s not an itch I can ignore. It’s deep, somehow under the skin and so intense I could no sooner ignore it than I could ignore an alarm clock blaring Sweet Home Alabama in my ear at 5 am … Continue reading Allodynia or Allergies?