Greener Path to Health

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Processed foods such as jams and sauces need to be stored for gradual use. Each time you need to use, new processing will take time and effort. So you should store them in glass jars for canning, which will help the cooking process more convenient as well as help preserve the nutrients of the dish. This article will guide you how to prepare jars for canning in the best way to ensure they can be ready to serve whenever you need it. And of course you can find criteria for choosing safe airtight containers in general, safe jar in specific in here. Prepare the jars Make sure the jar you are preparing to store food must be clean and sterile. It is bacteria that cause the rancid food to spoil, so a completely clean jar is the first requirement for long-lasting food to remain original. The method is simple: wash […]

Got friends over who moan groan about Soup Night? All that has got to stop, particularly since it’s such an efficient meal choice. Consider these procedures to making your soup night a win! Stout Potato Soup with Bacon and Tarragon A few people experience serious difficulties thinking about soup as a meal. They frequently botch it as a side dish rather than a primary course. Or then again they shrug off the possibility of broth and vegetable. Unfortunately, my kids make up this category of people. Tips for Making Soup Night a win! I’ve been trying out new methods to make soup night somewhat less demanding to swallow, for kids and grown-ups alike: Offer a choice. It doesn’t matter if you get ready two different decisions of soup or assortment of toppings to pick from; make a few choices accessible. This helps brighten up soup night as well as letting […]

Two years ago today, on our first day of summer vacation, I noticed that there was something terribly wrong with my son. I tried to ignore it and hope that it would go away but over the next few weeks things just continued to get worse until he was completely debilitated. He had horrible contamination OCD, anxiety, he couldn’t eat or drink, he couldn’t find a safe place to sleep, he wouldn’t let anyone touch him, he was angry, depressed, and couldn’t get along with anyone. He was unable to leave the house and he spent his entire summer on the couch. We tried abx and they brought him to about 75% but that wasn’t good enough. We were loosing our son and we were desperate to try anything. Through facebook I found a Pandas support group. It was so nice knowing that we were not alone and that others […]

June 2014 Congratulations to Charise Davis Cole who just had a confirmed autism recovery from her neurologist! She attributes recovery to: Camel milk, GAPS Diet, Homeopathy and Young Living Essential Oils. Oils she used: Frankincense, Vetiver, Cedarwood and Peace & Calming. Well, that day that we all dream about arrived today in our household. I took my son to his half year review with the neurologist and the neurologist said that he sees no signs of autism in Christopher. He said he will keep Christopher’s diagnosis through December of this year (when we do our next 6 month evaluation) and then if at that time we don’t think he needs services any longer, he will remove his diagnosis. I still do seem some small deficits in our son that are off, but he definitely looks more typical than non typical. Oh, and as a funny side note…Christopher was talking to […]

Have you ever heard the term “brain allergies”? I hadn’t, and I am sure most of you haven’t either. This was the diagnosis given to me by a world-renowned D.A.N. doctor here in Portland, Oregon. He had been treating my 3-year-old son for autism over the last 10 months with no success. He said “I have only two other clients with this same disorder and in all of the thousands of patients I have ever treated; only 1% has this condition.” “Your son is not autistic” he continued. “He has brain allergies”. OK. Let me back track a little here and tell you about my son Tristan. This is something I rarely talk about, because even in the autistic community, it seems a little mind blowing. Tristan cried for the entire first 6 months of his life. He rarely slept and when I tried to lay him next to me […]

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