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I've just read Christy's story and was nearly brought to tears on several occasions. Particularly the part about having ear pain in response in bass frequencies (no one could understand that one!) I'm compelled to share what I've been through in…Continue
"My life changed after the birth of my oldest son in November of 04′. Born with many issues, one of our struggles became something called MSPI (milk…Continue
My Fibromyalgia Storyby Brandi HadingerAll of my family’s special occasions are celebrated with food. I am sure that is true for many people, but those people don't live with my daily pain...The leg pain started when I was about 8 years old and was…Continue
I have to credit Dr. Oz for helping me turn the corner to better health. He is the FIRST medical doctor that was able to help me. He simply said, "Food is medicine".Now that I look back on my childhood (with brains full of new information),…Continue
I hope I'm posting this in the right area. I want to get my story out there in the hopes that someone will have a suggestion. So here goes. I'm 31 years old. I have thought and thought and thought of what could have possibly caused my issues. I…Continue
This health story was just submitted to me by one of our members who prefers to remain anonymous. I greatly respect her desire to do so and am extraordinarily grateful that she took the time to write this up and share it with us all, as I'm sure it…Continue
January 2009 my life CHANGED!! It was brought to my attention that much of what I had been eating was NOT healthy for me! Before January, I was eating food that I had thought was healthy for me. I was making what I thought were “better” choices.…Continue