Garlic: The Superhero of Vegetables

Disclaimer: I’m not providing any health advice, just sharing my experiences as well as a couple quotes from a chemist who studied garlic. First of all, did you know garlic is a vegetable? I didn’t. Secondly, did you know it dates back over 5,000 years and its curative properties have been widely studied, and proven? …

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Covid Long-Haulers and MECFS, what’s the latest?

Hello, thank you for stopping in today! Let's see, well since last Tuesday my biggest news is that last Saturday I experienced the worst case of vertigo to date, and I'm still trying to balance things out. Vertigo is what happens when I over do it, or I try a supplement that my body doesn't …

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Some of the BEST, and WORST, advice I’ve received since becoming chronically ill.

This is a quick list, the actual list would surely bore you into clicking away. 😉 Let’s get the ‘bad news’ out of the way first. Worst advice Keep exercising. Terrible advice for an MECFS patient. It likely led to the worsening of my condition. MECFS patients are repeatedly told by doctors, who aren’t knowledgeable …

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Blogging Gloves

Do you ever find yourself pondering your next blog post, or to-do list, during sleepless nights? It's a good way to pass the time, but I have to admit, unless I write those middle-of-the-night thoughts down, they are often lost to the daylight. Last week’s post, which had been written and rewritten, mentally, was going …

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ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) Awareness Week 4

Welcome! Did you know that May 12th was MECFS International Awareness Day? With that in mind, during the month of May, I’m joining in on Instagram with other chronically ill people on the below pictured spoonie challenges, posting once daily as able, to spread awareness on a variety of MECFS topics. In order to try …

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