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Yes, She Can

Posted in amazing recoveries, solutions, victory, video with tags , , , on April 23, 2008 by Qritiq



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Posted in amazing recoveries, diet food, solutions with tags , , , on March 28, 2008 by Qritiq

detoxbox.jpg Below is Dr. Mark Hyman’s “detox” diet  (very condensed).  It’s for people who may have food allergies (causing fatigue, low resistance, etc.) and I think it’s supposed to be good for other conditions like pre-diabetes as well.  The point of the diet is to stop eating common allergens for six weeks, then add them back into your diet one at a time to see if you can pinpoint any that are causing you a problem. 

Avoid: foods with refined sugar and flour, trans fats, hormones and pesticides, as well as gluten (wheat, oatmeal, spelt), dairy, eggs, corn and yeast.
Eat: fresh vegetables and fruit, whole grains and beans, nuts and seeds and lean animal proteins, (Organics have higher levels of nutrients), vegetable broth, flax seeds, fiber, magnesium citrate, vitamin C, protein shake (made with berries, flax, borage oil and rice protein powder), multivitamin, omega-3 fish oil capsule, calcium/magnesium/vitamin D3 combo and a probiotic.

Draw a hot bath and sprinkle in Epsom salt, baking soda and lavender oil to help lower stress hormone levels. Soak for 20 minutes before bed.

Walk 30 minutes a day or do some simple relaxation exercises.

Take time each day to reflect on what works and what doesn’t in your life. Notice how changing your diet and lifestyle for just one week makes you feel. Now write it down and connect the dots between your diet, your behavior and how you feel.  

I think Hyman is on to something; we eat way more processed foods than we realize and it seems like so many people have fatigue or odd illnesses.  And even kids are developing diabetes in crazy numbers.  As a teacher, I see what the kids eat in the morning (when they even bother to eat breakfast) and it’s not good. 

 ultrametabolism      ultraprevention


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I love to say I told you so

Posted in amazing recoveries with tags on January 9, 2008 by Qritiq

 Among the New Hampshire voters who thought having “the right experience” was the most important thing about a presidential candidate, 71 percent voted for Clinton and 5 percent voted for Obama.  So spin it any way you want, but it’s really just that simple.


How Qritiq Lost 20 Pounds in 3 Months

Posted in amazing recoveries on August 19, 2007 by Qritiq


Step 1.  Gain 30 pounds.

Step 2.  Wait.

file under “The Fucking French”

Posted in amazing recoveries with tags , , , on August 13, 2007 by Qritiq

she accepted Laura Bush’s personal invite then blew it off.  Very poor form.  From Reuters:  

French First Lady Skips Bush Lunch Date

PARIS (Aug. 13) — Capricious, mercurial or just unlucky? The failure of France’s first lady to show up to lunch with President Bush  has once again raised questions about Cecilia Sarkozy’s character.

President Nicolas Sarkozy unexpectedly arrived alone for the informal gathering at a Bush family compound in Maine on Saturday, near the luxury lakeside residence where the French leader and his wife are spending their holidays.

Dimitar Dilkoff, AFP / Getty Images

France’s first lady Cecilia Sarkozy, here in July, was expected to visit the Bush family compound in Maine with her husband on Saturday.

Sarkozy said his wife was suffering from a severe sore throat and could not make the journey, but the fact Cecilia was spotted shopping with friends on both Friday and Sunday raised eyebrows back home.

“Cecilia has set a new record for making a swift recovery,” a news reader said dryly on France Inter radio on Monday.


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