My blog is changing. Since my first post as livingfoods4me, I have earned 4 certificates in herbalism and holistic nutrition, become a certified chef and am working on a degree in holistic nutrition! My Journey Into Natural Health has literally changed my life and I will now be blogging as an “expert” on food and health. Yayyyy!!!
I would like all of you to join me. This blog (Journey) will be deleted and all of my new posts will be on PainlessNutrition. There will be recipes, information on good foods and bad, Weight loss help, help with immune disorders, digestive disorders, heart disease, energy issues, etc. There is even a very simple clinical trial that you may join for free.
Please join me in my new endeavor. I have enjoyed all of your posts and hope to do so for a very long time!
Avoid Instant Noodles
It is more important than ever to know what you’re eating! Check for your favorite snacks on this convenient chart. It will open your eyes!
actually a bee with a flower petal nest: I have a legitimate question for people with MCS or who are just very...
I have a legitimate question for people with MCS or who are just very sensitive to perfumes and scents for whatever reason. I want to be as sensitive to everyone’s needs as possible so I’m curious…
Is it perfumes and chemical scents that bother you or is it any scent at all? Or does it differ…
I wish everyone was as sensitive as this lovely blogger. Cigarette smoke and its residue, perfumes, potpourri, many essential oils, dryer sheet residue and laundry detergent fragrances, shampoos, hand soaps, face creams, hand lotions—OMGosh they all make me sick for days. I basically have to stay home and avoid people. Then again, here is one who actually cares enough to ask and act. This gives me hope.
The photographer Thilde Jensen examines people with chemical sensitivity.
We did a ton of stuff like this in our house and the baking soda/vinegar worked so much better than conventional cleaners. In different combinations it can do a better job for specific goals (like for cleaning the shower drains). Sprinkling baking soda then following up with vinegar is my new go to cleaning method (but only use it on hardy, liquid-resistant surfaces).