Extreme Diet and Autoimmune Disease

This video below is particularly interesting, considering the juvenile rheumatoid arthritis in my family. This lady had 37 affected joints, an ankle replacement in her teen years, and more. She found a way to help herself and get off the myriad of drugs. Take a look!

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I’ve noticed this year that depression and panic attacks get rough after eating a high ratio of gluten. It’s a known trigger for hypothyroidism, as well. Currently, I am eleven days gluten free, and, in a week or two, I will make another attempt at adding it back again. GRADUALLY this time!

The food sensitivity and autoimmune disease explosion these days is uncanny. Multiple industries seem designed to keep the mass populace sterile, sick, dependent, and ignorant about it all.

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Dear Mama, Wondering how to Keep your Kids Healthy

Dear Mama,

You ask how I keep my kids healthy?

Well,

we use Thieves essential oil/spray for immunity boost when we go out in public. It can be rubbed on their feet before we leave the house, sprayed on grocery carts, and spritzed on everyone’s hands as we buckle back into the car. Young Living produces Thieves; DōTerra makes the equivalent, OnGaurd. Especially when attending crowded gatherings, we utilize “Crowd Spray.” I spray it on car seats or blankets, and on the back of each child’s head and neck.

With the dry winter weather, I use a little saline in the babies’ noses before bed. Then I diffuse Eucalyptus Radiata oil so they don’t get congested overnight. Better sleep for the win!

I share a little of my Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C with the kids every day. This is an easily absorbed form of vitamin C that is excellent for preventing and fighting illness. Often I have taken seven packets during a cold, and the cold resolved in three days. This used to take seven to ten days for me to get over! Now that I am taking it daily, I have even fewer sniffles. I let my 3yo have half a packet; she licks it up as if it’s honey. For the 1yos, I just dip my pinky in the vitamin C and swab it around their mouths. Sometimes they love it, sometimes they think it’s gross.

Then, everyone gets a dose of Zarbee’s vitamins daily. Someday I hope to find a decent raw vitamin for them, instead. Garden if Life was my go-to raw vitamin/probiotic, but they sold out to Nestlē, a company that utilizes HEK-293 to test their flavors. I don’t knowingly purchase anything from Nestlē if possible. So if anyone knows of another good, raw vitamin for children, please drop a comment.

If any of my kids starts coughing or getting runny noses, I give them a dribble of colloidal silver two or three times a day, for just a couple days. The only side effect of colloidal silver is turning skin blue if you use it daily for too long. This only seems to effect some people. Colloidal silver is also good for eye irritations and infections, ear infections, flu, cuts, burns (I’ve seen it help severe burns), fungus – Anything antibiotics can do, colloidal silver does better, only it can work on viruses, and it won’t destroy healthy gut flora. My mother-in-law makes colloidal silver for the whole family. Pharmacies usually have it, too, as does Amazon.

If they’re plain sick, lemon, lavender, and peppermint blended and rubbed on their clothes and blankets give children relief. Peppermint can get too hot if it’s applied directly on little ones’ skin undiluted. Lemon on anyone’s skin can burn if exposed to direct sunlight too soon, so apply under clothes. For me, it’s easier just to rub these on the fabrics kids use. Add Thieves to the blend and you have a dry cough suppressant.

These products seem pricey at first, but it saves us so much time and misery. We may come down with something once a year, but it’s usually mild. Even though all three of my children were born prematurely, and are supposed to be more susceptible to illnesses and conditions, I haven’t had to take anyone to the doctor yet. That’s three and a half years and no sick visits or prescriptions for colds or fevers. No bills or insurance haggles! Our family thinks spending on vitamins, oils, and a colloidal silver generator are worth avoiding the stress of the clinic and the pharmacy where possible.

Finally, we have our vaccine policy based on religious convictions, research, and personal experiences. That’s a lengthy subject for another day. Suffice it to say that our vaccine policy has great bearing on the frequency of illnesses in our household.

I hope these ideas can help your family as well. Sick ain’t fun!

Take care, Mama!

This post is intended to share experiences and answer questions, and cannot be construed as professional advice.