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A Source of Information You Can Access

If you don’t already know about this source of information, you can access it at the addresses given just before the reference section.   Of course, I wish they had our strategy for monitoring overload and deficiency states but maybe some day. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Sept 12, 2018 Seven Arguments for…

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Concomitant Allergies

  What are they?   If you are okay with 2 different substances, exposed separately but then have a reaction when exposed to both together, that is a concomitant allergy.   My favourite story is about a horse with asthma. Can you just imagine the inhaler mask and puffer?   Anyway, everything had been tried…

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GROWING OUT OF SILENCE: WELCOME, EMILY!

    Back in 1996, despite feminism, careers, and independent spirits, we were pretty quiet about what we were dong.   We had been given pronouncements, by our medical practitioners, that there was nothing to be done for us.   We refused to accept that and started in on a 20-year exploration of what might…

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Heartburn, Surprising Cause!

  Heartburn may have some surprising causes. My dentist recommended that I stop using baking soda and start using toothpaste. So I did. Back in April I had a stomach upset of some kind and my heartburn got worse after that. Betaine HCl smelled a little good so I started using that which helped a…

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The New Yorker’s article about new pain research

Healthpursuitsgroup Published by Diane Dawber · 2 mins · I found this interesting in that the researchers distinguished chronic pain from ‘alarm’ pain using MRI imaging. However, they are still not considering biochemistry since the MR imaging technology has not been coordinated with nutrients. When someone latches on to the idea that nutrients could affect…

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ANOTHER AMAZING HP MEMBER: MARY GRACE AMANN

    Mary Grace is one of the retired nurses in our original nurse/teacher group studying ways to better health. When we first met, Mary Grace had been in a hospital bed at home, on multiple inhalers for breathing problems and was making progress using nutrients from Shaklee.   For 20 years, Health Pursuits met…

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NEW EDITION OF ‘Nutritional Medicine’ by Dr. Alan Gaby

  ‘Nutritional Medicine’ is a 40 year labour by Dr. Alan Gaby to collect and collate reputable information (e.g. published, peer-reviewed articles) about nutrients and medical conditions. Since the first edition was published in 2011, we have used it to help interpret the Nutrient Scent Test results and to include information in the NST which…

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WHEN SUNSHINE DOESN’T HELP DEPRESSION

  The famous line about “April is the cruellest month’ definitely applies to depression. When the weather lifts and spring has sprung, we should feel good. However, when depression is involved, that may not be the case.   Vitamin D levels are at their lowest along about April and May because of lack of sunshine…

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BELATED MOTHERING DAY

Spring is well named. It happened with its usual 0 to 100 kph acceleration leaving gardeners in the dust so to speak. I’ve been busy in the actual garden and also in tending our Health Pursuits patch.   Mothering implies taking care of something. We apply it to children but also other people, pets, plants,…

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