My son was born in less than 5 hours. He was big. While in labour his shoulder got stuck and the medical staff had to pull him out. A week later he started crying. It was non-stop. He had very bad reflux and the doctor prescribed my newborn anti-reflux medication for a two year old. … Continue reading The Osteopathic Physician
Someone recently said to me, you are writing this blog, but you're not a doctor, are you? I told her that I am not a doctor nor a medical specialist. I am a orthomolecular nutritionist. In the late 1800's and early 1900's medical schools taught a lot of different things. There were homeopathic schools, osteopathic … Continue reading Doctor or Nutritionist?
Andrew W. Saul, also known as “The Mega Vitamin Man”, is one of the people who changed my life. He has over 40 years of experience in natural health education. wrote many books of which I (have almost) read all. He started the world famous, free-access educational website, www.DoctorYourself.com, which is peer reviewed and the largest non-commercial … Continue reading A Timeline of Vitamin Medicine
If you’ve decided to start your own journey towards a happier and healthier life, you might feel a little lost in the beginning. That is completely normal, because where do you start? It is not just a diet we’re talking about here, this is a change of lifestyle. The most difficult things to change in … Continue reading Lifestyle or Habits?
We humans used to be part of nature. Nature offered us everything we needed to live off. We depended on it and it was all we had. Over thousands of years our bodies adapted and evolved to find the perfect balance within the environment that we lived in. Over the last few decades this environment … Continue reading Start your own healthy life
Three years ago my husband and I moved with our two kids and a our lovely cat (r.i.p) to the south of Spain for his job. Having been an independent interior designer for 10 years I decided to quit and become what we often jokingly refer to as a ‘Marbella Housewife’. The first year was … Continue reading A little background story
It all began in January 2014 just after my son was born. When he was only two months old I was tired, and not just a little tired but exhaused so I went to see my doctor. He ran some blood tests and the results were shocking. It seemed I had got Hasimoto’s. Hasimoto’s is … Continue reading How my journey began