For twelve years I followed my doctors pain management plan only to end up in a wheelchair and in horrific pain. Fed up, I created my own pain management plan and have been improving ever since.
Disinfect Your Diet Now, before you roll your eyes and think “oh great
You might have heard the funny saying… “My goal was to lose 10 pounds
Self-care may look different from one person to the next, but we should have the same end goal of improving our physical and/or mental health. Ways to do this are ….
Join me and my fitness buddies for our latest health challenge! Starting Monday, August 6, 2018 our challenge is to
In my quest to lose the weight I have gained from years of inactivity due to chronic pain from fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, and endometriosis, I have obviously had to make dietary changes. Choosing beverages that are calorie free and beneficial to my health is one of them.
One thing I have to remind myself of daily is that I didn’t get where I am overnight. But with one baby step at a time I am getting closer to my goals! Find out how I am doing it and how you can too!
Having a chronic illness changes everything, including how we vacation. Find out how my vacation experiences have changed throughout my chronic life and get tips on improving yours!
This week our guest Diva Cristy shares Seven Strategies to Not Overindulge During Holidays
To this day I am still discovering which foods increase or decrease my inflammation level or whether my body is able to digest certain foods easily or not. While prepping and committing to eating a cleaner diet can be tiring and sometimes overwhelming, especially when experiencing a flare, the reward is why I continue to do it as often as possible.
My daughter has several severe allergies. One of those is to red dye. That is ALL red dye. She can not eat, drink, use soap, shampoo, or make-up that contains any amount of any numbered red dye. All it took was one bad reaction for her to realize that nothing would be worth experiencing that again. It doesn’t bother her that she can’t use products or digest foods/drinks with red dye. Instead she relates these products to pain. Her attitude carries over to the foods that cause mild reactions. Staying away from foods that I am allergic to is not as easy. Sure the ones that I have severe reactions to I view as evil, but its the mild reactions that have left the door of temptation open. That is until recently. For years I have been eliminating foods that I am highly allergic to. Three months ago I decided to go a step further by eliminating all foods/drinks that