Tag Archives: Health

Elimination Diets Suck.

It’s been over a year since I gave up gluten. It’s been over 6 months since I discovered the magical supplement that lets me eat gluten without problem (CoQ10, can never say enough about it, seriously helped my fibro as … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Matt Stone’s “Diet Recovery 2”

It’s a bit weird reading this book as someone who hasn’t gotten obsessive about diets. Not the way many people have. I agree with a lot of his philosophy, I like finding a book whose main message is “Your body … Continue reading

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Trust Your Body- Unless It Lies

Trusting your body is actually a pretty good idea. Within reason. My body and I have a complicated relationship and a messy history. For a long time, food was a problem for me. I had no idea what was going … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Paleo

I didn’t intend this to be a series, but it may be. I’ve looked into too many diets and tend to have strong opinions.¬†My biggest thought on Paleo is this: Humans did not stop evolving¬†from paleolithic man. I have a … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Calorie Counting

We are complicated goddamn creatures. That’s my thought on most diets, actually: “one size will NEVER fit all”. Calorie counting sounds simple and reliable in theory. Burn more than you eat, your body will have to start burning fat. Instead, … Continue reading

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I don’t know if I had pre-eclampsia

I found an article about pre-eclampsia that listed the symptoms and risks and realized that I hit way too many symptoms. Some of the symptoms showed up pretty early into the third trimester. They didn’t test the urine, I didn’t … Continue reading

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Baking Soda and Hair: Approach With Caution

I mentioned before that I stopped using shampoo. The “normal” way of doing this is to start instead using baking soda and vinegar on your hair (note: some people advise raw apple cider vinegar, which apparently has added benefits, just … Continue reading

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