In the FIRST episode, the Queen and I discuss the Candida-free Lifestyle (removing sugar, gluten, and alcohol) and the early effects of the COVID-19 vaccination. Oh yeah, I make sure to remind y’all why I dumped prescription drugs and Western Healthcare.
What it is and Why I’m doing it
5-Star Book Review: Healing Multiple Sclerosis (Ann Boroch, 2007)
Above is the entire blog post on the book that SOLIDIFIED my belief that wellness is possible. I will not equate wellness or healing to walking again. Noooo sir. I’m NOT gonna do it, set myself up with crazy high expectations and all that jazz. When I really, honestly think about it, I wasn’t doing that much with my legs besides walking and driving anyway. If I could “fix” anything, it would be the bladder issues (BMs and peeing), neurosis in feet (or shoulders) and NOT getting worse. I can live in this state, with this struggle but I don’t want anything worse. The book ties Multiple Sclerosis to the fungus, candida. In laymen’s terms, some people are like… “allergic” to the fungus and over time, it develops into all kinds of chronic illnesses, MS, fibromyalgia, etc. There’s even a test that you take in the book and I was on the end where candida may be a problem. *nodding head* Ok, I don’t know FOR SURE if candida is the source of my Multiple Sclerosis, Ulcerative Colitis, etc. BUT I’ll be DAMNED if I don’t at least TRY to find out. *makes muscle* So, the goal is for the next month or so, maybe 6months, is to eat the Candida-free Lifestyle. I am removing sugar, gluten and alcohol to go match my Pescatarian Diet. (Pescatarians don’t eat land animals, only fish and seafood. *winks*) My Queen is operating as Da Chef of Wellness and finally agreed to join me on the journey of sharing all this. Each night (as much I can and remember) I will update any and all who are interested over IG (IG = @allthingsonelove). The Queen and I will give a team podcast that highlights some of the good, bad, and the WTF. The FIRST episode is at the bottom of the post!
List of Vitamins and Supplements I’m taking for the Candida-free Lifestyle
160z lemon/lime water – May decrease stress, enhance immune function, help prevent anemia, reduce your risk of kidney stones.
Genius Mushrooms –
- Could Protect Against Dementia. …
- Helps Relieve Mild Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety. …
- May Speed Recovery from Nervous System Injuries. …
- Protects Against Ulcers in the Digestive Tract. …
B-12 – Nutrient that helps keep the body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent a type of anemia called megaloblastic anemia that makes people tired and weak
Turmeric & Ginger – Many cultures claim turmeric works to improve brain function and reduce inflammation. Ginger is traditionally known to aid in digestion and relieve nausea. Turmeric and ginger are also used in traditional anti-inflammatory tonics.
Pau D’Arco – Herbal supplement claimed to be anti-cancer and antimicrobial, especially anti-candida. Other uses include diabetes, ulcers, stomach inflammation (gastritis), liver ailments, asthma, bronchitis, joint pain, hernias, boils, and wounds.
Renew Life IntestiNew – Intestinal lining support formula to promote a healthy intestinal lining and support digestive health. It strengthens and supports your protective intestinal lining and cells and fortifying the bowel and digestion.
16oz of GREEN vegetable juice – Celery juice is thought to improve the function of the digestive tract. It works as a natural laxative, and it can also help relax nerves that are sometimes damaged due to unhealthy lifestyle and food choices. Because celery is high in calcium, silicon, and Vitamin K, drinking celery juice may also strengthen bones.
Vitamin E – Key for strong immunity, healthy skin and eyes. In recent years, vitamin E supplements have become popular as antioxidants. These are substances that protect cells from damage.
Magnesium – Involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions in your body. It may boost exercise performance. Magnesium fights depression. It has benefits against type 2 diabetes. Magnesium can lower blood pressure. It has anti-inflammatory benefits. Magnesium can help prevent migraines.
Vitamin D3 – Offers many health benefits, strengthen bones and muscles, boost immunity, increase mood, aid in weight loss, improve heart function, supporting immune, brain, and nervous system
Trans-Resveratrol – Decreases inflammation, lessens inflammation.
9am – now, EAT SOMETHING
Digestive Enzymes – Supports healthy digestion, optimizes the breakdown of fats, carbohydrates, and protein. Promotes optimal nutrient absorption, reduces gas, bloating, indigestion, and constipation following meals. Help your body process difficult-to-digest foods and supports colon health.
Ultimate Omega 3 – Performs a number of jobs, especially building cell membranes throughout the body and the brain. Evidence they can have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects as well, which means they might promote healthier brain cells and less deterioration of the brain.
Vitamin C – Necessary for the growth, development, and repair of all body tissues. It’s involved in many body functions, including formation of collagen, absorption of iron, the proper functioning of the immune system, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage, bones, and teeth.
Kalawalla – Protects against all types of psoriasis, regulates immune system, protects brain cells, cleanses blood, protects skin cells.
Sea Elements (Sea moss, bladderwrack, kelp, etc.) – Elements in the seawater activate the body’s healing mechanisms and support healing for diseases, asthma, bronchitis, arthritis and localized aches and pains. Also rich in magnesium, seawater helps release stress, relax your muscles, promote deep sleep and spiritually cleanse your aura.
Magnesium – *see above*
Now, let’s get to the FIRST podcast presented by allthingsonelove!
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