Chronic Autoimmune Conditions, Inflammation, and Diet

Hey y’all, Did you know that many of the chronic, “incurable” health conditions today are due to inflammation? It’s true! Most of the time, chronic conditions like eczema, rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s, high cholesterol, seasonal allergies, and more are often linked to inflammation in the body. These conditions can be made better through diet. I haveContinue reading “Chronic Autoimmune Conditions, Inflammation, and Diet”

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Multiple Income Streams

Hi there! I’ve taken some time to think. I’ve been trying to create multiple income streams for years, and not much has worked. However, a few things have worked ok-ish. Of the successes, I’ve sold some crochet patterns on Etsy, I’ve done real estate tax lien investing, and I’ve made a few dollars from gamingContinue reading “Multiple Income Streams”

Inflammation and Chronic Disease

Hey y’all, I really want to shine a spotlight on the connection between chronic disease and inflammation. There are always people that don’t fit into broad categories, but for most, chronic diseases like eczema, arthritis, fibromialgia, etc. are caused by inflammation in the body, and inflammation is hard-core linked to diet. For 20 years, IContinue reading “Inflammation and Chronic Disease”

There’s Gluten in Soy Sauce

Hey y’all, When you’re learning to eat gluten free, food becomes a mine field. When you try to avoid flour, you think of bread and cake and crackers. That’s not the dangerous food, though. That stuff is obviously not good for you. However, there are A LOT of foods that contain invisible gluten, and soyContinue reading “There’s Gluten in Soy Sauce”

“Incurable” Illnesses and Gluten

Hey y’all, I’m trying to begin a series with tips for avoiding gluten. But why would you even want to? Avoiding gluten is hard. You may be like me, too, and gluten doesn’t upset your stomach. You may have even had an allergy test saying that you have no allergies. So seriously, why? Well, doContinue reading ““Incurable” Illnesses and Gluten”