Monday, July 24, 2017

What would you do if you found out you are being poisoned?

What do you think it feels like to find out you have been conned or worse yet -poisoned?  Listed below are the first eight weeks in my series, World's Biggest Con Job. In this series, you will find answers to many of your questions about the vitamins you may be taking. If you don't have any questions, then it is time to ask some

Vitamins are supplements we take to make us feel better, look better and have a better sense of well being.  What most people do not realize is that they may be hurting themselves more than helping.  BUT, there are supplements available that are pure, unadulterated, unaltered and with LIVE enzymes to give you the most benefit.

In each one of the following articles, I explain what you need to look for when purchasing your supplements and not buy them because of the brand name or price. One of the largest vitamin companies on this planet (with a name that most people trust) is actually one of the worst.  They use the cheapest DEAD, synthetic ingredients possible to make the biggest buck.  They made a net profit of $48 BILLION last year.  That's NET!  Laughing all the way to the bank while the people taking their products are being lied to and even worse, getting sicker.  That article is in Week Eight below.

I am a registered symptomatologist and a certified health coach who has been steering people to optimum health for 35 years. I have cured myself of a wide variety of physical limitations ranging from chronic fatigue, rheumatoid arthritis, and uterine cancer. It doesn’t matter what you have to overcome specifically. It’s important to boost your immune system in order to heal current disease and prevent future disease.  A proactive attitude today will pay huge dividends tomorrow. 

healthy cells

Before taking a look at the following articles to get your questions answered, I want to share an article by Mike Adams from his article in The Health Ranger, July 30, 2013.  He clearly shows us what we are ingesting into our bodies.  He makes a valid point in that we are the only species on this planet that regularly poisons itself.  Scary but true.  

That's the purpose of sharing my articles with you.  I am available for consultation and help in any way I can give it -- to get you on the road to health, instead of......the opposite.

Here is his article - and don't forget to check out the ones I listed below.  Ask me ANY questions you may have.

"There are over five thousand species of mammals on planet Earth, but only one of them is insane. It also turns out there is only one species of mammal that intentionally poisons itself (and its children) by injecting toxic, neuro-damaging chemicals into most members of the species. That species is, of course, homo sapiens.

If you look around the planet, you see tens of thousands of species of mammals, birds, reptiles and even insects. Five things all these have in common is:

1) None of them eat processed foods. They innately eat raw, unprocessed, uncooked foods from nature.

2) None of them take prescription medications.

3) None of them inject their offspring with toxic vaccines laced with hidden chemicals.

4) None of them practice mechanized chemical agriculture / mono-culture.

Yet humans, the most insane species on the planet, routinely engage in all four of these things, poisoning their own bodies, minds and children with heavy metals, pesticides, mercury, vaccine adjuvants, mind-altering medications, chemical solvents, and GMOs.

masking symptoms

Humans are poisoning themselves to death

Consider these shocking truths of modern society:

• Our food is intentionally laced with chemical poisons to make it look red (sodium nitrite), or taste savory (MSG), or last longer on the shelves (chemical preservatives).

• Our medicines are laced with fluorine molecules to make them highly reactive to brain cells (SSRIs).

• Our vaccines our formulated with trace levels of brain-damaging methyl mercury and chemical adjuvants to provoke an "inflammatory" response in the immune system which also happens to cause autism, seizures and brain damage.

• Our lawns are sprayed with synthetic poisons that cause Alzheimer's and depression.

• Our water supply is used as a toxic waste dump to dispose of fluoride compound chemicals that would otherwise have to be handled as toxic waste.

• Food intended for human consumption is intentionally stripped of most minerals, vitamins and nutrients to promote the maximum disease, while food intended for ranch animal consumption is fortified with minerals, vitamins and nutrients to promote maximum health. (If you don't realize your food is stripped of nutrition, ask yourself why your sugar and bread are both white when the plants they come from are green and brown...)

• The media teaches the public that nutrition is useless but that prescription medications are "essential nutrients" required for healthy living.

• There is lead in cosmetics, cadmium in rice, arsenic in seaweed, mercury in vaccines and aluminum in almost everything. The human race is being heavily poisoned with heavy metals.

These toxins cause brain damage

The cumulative effect of metals poisoning, fluoride poisoning, pesticide poisoning, vaccine poisoning and food additive poisoning is biochemical brain damage.

We are living in a society where 90% or more of the population is literally brain damaged beyond repair. This is why irrationality has gone wild everywhere you look. It's why people keep buying the same poisons that have already poisoned them while turning to medications to mask the symptoms of that poisoning, thereby poisoning themselves even further with the medications.

It's why the No. 1 treatment for cancer is a chemical cocktail ("chemotherapy") which causes, as its top side effect, more cancer." 

I agree because I see this on a daily basis.  People come into my office hoping to get help as they realize they are on a downward slope.  They feel sick, look sick and often told by the professionals that there is nothing more they can do.  



Recapping the first seven posts of this series 

Week One:  Are your vitamins synthetic, natural altered or natural unaltered?  Does it matter?Click here.

Week Two:  Does your brand produce vitamins with the life factor intact?  Or are they over processed and of little value?  Click here

Week Three:  Does the company produce any products on the Dirty Dozen list?  Click here.

Week Four:  The nitty-gritty on how your nutrients get into your bloodstream, where they can work for you.  Click here.

Week Five:  What is the difference between Kosher and Certified Organic and why should you care?   Click here.

Week Six:  Do you have any clue as to what ACTUALLY is in the OTC vitamins you are taking?    Click here

Week Seven:  Is your hand sanitizer killing you?  Click here

Week Eight:  What Chance Do You Have of Surviving? Do you know what is actually IN your food?  What you can do to ensure your health.   Click here

Photos courtesy of, the breakaway.wordpress,

Friday, July 21, 2017

When You Stand on a Soapbox - What are You Shouting?

If I am going to stand on a soapbox and scream..... nine times out of ten it would be about animal abuse.  If I had the time and the means I would drive around town and look for dogs that have been left in hot cars so that I could rescue them. 

Last week I wanted to take my pups to the park for a nice cool walk in the shade but the cement en route to the park was too hot for their little paws.  They were ready for their walk, giving me those puppy dog eyes and jumping around in circles so I decided to drive them to the park.  I had already backed out of the garage when I realized I forgot their water.  When I got back to the car my little mini-dachshund, Star had LOCKED me out.  In her excitement, she had jumped on the door locks.  

The car was in the sun and I knew how fast it would be deadly hot inside.  Then I remembered that my husband had a spare key in his desk.  It WAS NOT there.  I called him in panic while he was at work, but his car was in the shop and he had no way to bring the key to me.  

I was freaking.  I called my friend who would drive to my husband's store, get the key from him and bring it to me.  But that would take at least 20 minutes and I envisioned my dogs would not survive that long. 

I prayed.  I cried.  My hubby called and said "Start talking to Star and get her excited. She might pop the door back open."  It W O R K E D.  It only took a minute and she was happy to open the door for me.  I will NEVER, EVER do that again.  

Star and Gunner

Star and Gunner are rescues.  They were show dogs who were mistreated terribly.  Gunner, the male, washes Star's face every day.  After all, they were married for a few years and had babies together.  When we rescued them, they came as a pair and they are adorable together. Gunner was hurt by their owners because he would protect Star from their abuse.  So sad.  But they are two of the sweetest rescues we have ever had.

This past week, Gunner has been lethargic and sad.  He is too young to leave us yet as he is only 11 years old. Even though he seems to be improving a bit every day, it is difficult to know what will happen.  Star would be devasted if he left her.

Does everything happen for a reason?

Hubby tried to start his car last week and realized there was a fuel pump problem.  We had it towed to the garage where it was confirmed we needed a new pump.  After waiting almost a week for the parts, it was finally ready for pick up.  Hubby gets in, turns the key and.......nothing. This was AFTER he paid $750 for the repair.  

The mechanic asks the shop boy to get the jumper cables and the kid put them on BACKWARDS.  Blew up the car.  Hubby walks back into the office, throws the keys on the desk and said: "Fix it!"

Bad mechanics

It hadn't started because either they put in a faulty pump or they never cleaned the fuel lines  - but that was their problem, not ours.

After another week, the shop called to say they had ordered many new parts and that this was entirely their fault.  I was surprised as we had expected a fight.  

Another two weeks go by.  Finally, they called to say it was ready for pick up.  Hubby drives the car home and realizes that the entire dashboard had been changed along with many internal parts.  The car never ran better.  We were actually going to get rid of it, but now it is like brand new! 

                                  What would you have done?

Grocery theft

I was loading my groceries from the cart into my car in the Costco parking lot.  It was taking some time as there were a lot of them.  I noticed, out of the corner of my eye, a man was loading MY groceries into HIS car.  He was bigger than me and I had no idea what might happen when I approached him.

"HI,"  I said as I walked towards his car.  "I bet you did the same thing I do all the time without realizing you had the wrong cart."  I lied.

""  He stammered.

"Yes, YES!" I said as I walked to the side of his car and pointed to my groceries.  

"Oh...I don't know how those got in my car."  Come on -- did he honestly expect me to believe that?

This post was my monthly Fly on the Wall post where a community of bloggers shares what went on in their homes the past month.  It is always fun to connect in this way.  Maybe you would like to join in on the fun and join us.  

Here are this month's stories:

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Do You Know How to Sell Yourself or Are You Your Own Worst Enemy?

Common sense
When someone says, "I can't sell anything" or "I can sell ice to the Eskimos" where do you fit between these two extremes? Were you born a salesperson or did you become one? Selling is based on common sense.

Some people believe that you must have a certain type of personality in order to sell something. Some people don't like to 'feel' as if they are being sold something. Sometimes we have the mindset that we will NOT buy and yet walk away with a purchase. Why? Were we intimidated into buying? Did the salesperson make us realize that we had a definite 'need' to make that particular purchase?

Every single day we either buy or sell something and, at times, without even realizing it. We buy and sell thoughts, ideas, objects, lies, or truths.    

own worst enemy
The expression that someone is their own worst enemy often stems from them believing lies about themselves.  A negative experience or an abusive relationship can have long-term effects on our state of mind. When you buy the thought, you buy the lie. If we hear something about ourselves for a long enough period of time, we tend to believe it -- or 'buy the lie.'  That thought can be one that we have told ourselves or one that someone has drilled into us. When our self-esteem is low, we have a tendency to tell ourselves things like - "You have no value."  "No one will ever love you or want you."  "You aren't qualified."  "You will never be successful."

If we are products of our environment, we need to take inventory as to where these thoughts are coming from.  Are we in a relationship where we are made to feel that way about ourselves?  Or are we possibly jealous of others' successes that we believe we will fail if we try?

giving up

In the face of failure, some people throw their hands up in the air because they feel helpless to change the situation -- so they don't even try.

don't care about you

I am a public speaker and learned a long time ago that people do not care how much you know until they know how much you care. People will gravitate toward you when you can empathize with them; when you show them that you understand their situation.
Years ago while making a presentation for the products I was selling, a man said to me "I am not sold on your product but I am willing to give it a try because I trust you."  Fortunately, after his purchase, he was extremely satisfied and thanked me.  When you believe in what you are selling, people will trust what you say about it.

There is a lot of information available on how to sell your merchandise. You can take a course, read a book, do research online. What I want to address here is how to guarantee you don't sell.  In other words, here is a humorous look at how NOT make a sale. 

Whether you are selling a car or a bottle of vitamins, certain things you do will help guarantee you do not make the sale. It has been said that trying to sell yourself is not as important as selling your product. Hogwash! Selling is ALL about selling yourself. Here is how to guarantee you DON'T sell. Think about it!

Starting with the 10th way not to sell.......


10If your prospect asks you a question to which you do not have the answer, make it up. Hopefully, they will never find out. No matter what they ask you, say “I don't know.” Appear uninformed. Don't offer to find the answer to their questions.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Are You Sitting on the Fence?

Decision time

Are you a black and white kind of person? All or nothing?  Or are you easily influenced and possibly can have your mind changed regarding your 'convictions?'

In many ways, I am black and white - all or nothing.  However, I have learned that being this way may not allow for change and one could become quite close-minded.  Take food for example. I love or hate.  Rarely is there a middle ground.  I enjoy cooking and will try new recipes but they must pass the love or hate test and I will not make them again if they fall into the 'like' category.   

I have strong principles regarding my ethics, morals and the way I treat people.  I work diligently at not judging others at face value but choose to look beneath the surface and find out why they may do or say things I do not necessarily agree with.  

All or Nothing

Friday, June 23, 2017

When You Are All Dressed Up, POOP happens - Murphy's Law

Celebration of LifeThere must be a Murphy's Law that says: "When you are dressed to the nines, that is when mishaps/mini disasters/poop happens."

My daughter, her two children, my husband and I had attended the Celebration of Life service for a dear friend of ours.  It was exceptionally hot outside and we were anxious to get home. My husband was in the rear seat of Rochelle's SUV facing our one-year-old granddaughter in her car seat.  Hubby was entertaining Brie and she was giggling and having a great time with Papa.  

"Why did you give her chocolate?"  Hubby shouted from the rear.

"What chocolate?  I didn't give her any chocolate.  William, did you give your sister some chocolate?

"MOM, it isn't chocolate.  It's POO!"

Brie had been cleaning out her diaper and handing the poo to Papa.  She thought it was a great game.  Papa.....not so much.  It was too late.  He had already taken some 'chocolate' from his granddaughter.

We were on a busy highway with narrow shoulders not allowing much room to clean the baby and the car.  Remember we are all dressed up, it is hot outside and all we had were some baby wipes.  No water.  No BAG to make the deposits.

Rochelle stripped the clothes off of Brie, put them on the side of the highway to which I protested for a moment.  "Mom, do you want to hold them in your lap the rest of the way home?"

Placing Brie on the driver's seat, it was my job to clean her using wipes.  It was in her hair, under her nails, everywhere.  It was Rochelle's job to clean the entire car seat, the window, the door and the floor......all with one box of baby wipes.  And we could only open the car door half way.

The moment that will be etched into my mind forever was the look on Papa's face when he realized, "This ain't chocolate!"

Daily workout with Mommy


One of my regular blonde moments

Some days are definitely worse than others, right?  Some days, no matter how hard you try or how fast you go, you seem to be going backward.  One of those days, I had several parcels to pick up from UPS and I was in a hurry. I signed and paid for each parcel and bee-lined to the car.  Thirty minutes later, it hit me.  I left my parcels at UPS. I certainly made the UPS employees' day.  They know me well so the teasing will not cease for my next few stops there. 

ANOTHER such moment

I couldn't find the TV remote and was ready to blame my husband when......I remembered hearing a banging sound in the washing machine that morning.  Yup!  It was the cleanest remote ever but didn't work anymore.  Yes, I dried it with the hairdryer.  Yes, I changed the batteries.  We live in a small town where there are no stores to purchase a new one.  It will take two weeks for one to be mailed to us.  Don't think I'll do that again.

Hope everyone had a wonderful Father's Day

Trying to catch my breath

I am a list maker.  If I didn't have a daily list I wouldn't know what to do.  It might mean that I had finished everything I needed to do.  But I can't remember that ever happening and my daily lists seem to be getting longer, instead of shorter.

I am writing for more magazines than ever, getting several requests to do interviews daily, and presented with numerous other opportunities that are too good to turn down.  Add this to an already busy schedule.....and, well, you know!  Thank goodness I am organized.  How do people do it when they are not?