Friday, October 28, 2011
It all started at the beginning on last August...my 15 year old doesn't feel so well. Little achiness, fatigue, sore throat, diarrhea. What the what? Why is she coming down with the flu at the beginning of August?
The nausea and general misery associated with morning sickness is without a doubt one of the most challenging parts of pregnancy. But while many have been led to believe that this is just one of those unavoidable factors that go hand-in-hand with being pregnant, the reality is that there are quite a few things within [...]
Ah, orange juice. So pure. So natural. So refreshing. Or so I thought until I found out the industry’s dirty little secret.
Well, now I know why I was drinking it so incessantly.
* There’s a reason why your orange juice always tastes consistent i.e. the taste never changes.
* There’s a reason why Tropicana doesn’t taste like Simply Orange.
* Besides pasteurization, there’s another reason why the shelf life is really long.
It wasn’t until the mid 1800′s that solitary sleeping (ie baby in a crib) even became an option with the invention of cribs, multi room houses and baby bottles.
As people began imitating the elite and crib use became more popular, doctors began recommending against co sleeping and fabricate reasons to justify their bias.
In some, preexisting symptoms are exacerbated; in others, new symptoms appear. Symptoms can last anywhere from several days to two weeks, usually starting on the third day of balancing yeast. Typical die off symptoms are vomiting, diarrhea, greasy hair, stomach upset, gas, burping, and vertigo, fatigue, brain fog, low grade fever, headache, sore throat, body itch, muscle and/or joint soreness or pain, feeling as if coming down with a flu .