stress and pedalogate!
Sep30

stress and pedalogate!

My lack of speed in getting a post out allows me to refer to stress and pedalogate and roll a couple of subjects together that I think are related. One of them has a more English sensibility to it and the other is global in its appeal. Both, I feel are worth thinking about a bit more thoughtfully as human beings. The first is Pedalogate! The British media had a field day when the newspapers were full of stories that highlighted some...

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Investigate!
Jul06

Investigate!

Blue skies are here again! As an antidote to the functional infographic of pathologies further down the page here’s some blue sky to gaze at 🙂 although there does seem to be quite a lot of it about looking out of the window at the moment. Apologies for sparse posts recently. I promised a post about stress reduction strategies in my last post and that’s still to come as I talked about the bad effects of stressors on the...

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cracking the wellness code?
Apr29

cracking the wellness code?

This post like many of the others on this site will look at alternative ways of avoiding or possibly lessening lingering unwellness. This applies whether you have a chronic condition or not: After we’ve tried adjusting what, when and how much we eat as well as what, when and how much we move (or be still) we can start to try and address other energy sapping intestinal hitchhikers. These are approaches I’m trying at the...

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Circulation Cracked?
Apr10

Circulation Cracked?

what does this image have to do with improved bloodflow? Nothing, except mackerel is also good for the brain. So, what if any benefits have I noticed after beginning to address circulation and bloodflow issues in me in 2012? Has improved bloodflow below my head made any sort of difference at all? I believe it has and will list the three things I’m sure have improved and touch on a couple of other points at the end. HEAT...

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Eggs are good!
Apr09

Eggs are good!

An image of a poached egg on gluten free toast with lots of freshly cracked black pepper, sea salt and coconut oil in place of butter. I’ve used this image as it represents the various changes I’ve made to my diet over the years but perhaps even more since investing in a medical procedure in 2012? I’m not healed… yet but I firmly believe a positive, open mind that attempts to stay aware of what’s going on...

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Herbs for MS
Mar22

Herbs for MS

The Herbalist, Karen Merryweather has another fascinating post (first one for ChronicAlternatives can be found here). The title of this page really does give away the subject! In this post are listed some herbs for MS that may improve symptoms or prognosis. Baldwins (no affiliate links, just a company Karen’s used) are a good site to find various extracts and tinctures of medicinal herbs. The medicinal use of Evening primrose...

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