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No More Endometriosis, Period Pain & Now 17 Kg Lighter: How ‘Being Savvy’ Changed My Life!

Saturday Success Story: Angela shares the impact that ‘Being Savvy’ made in overcoming issues such as learning disabilities, immune dysfunction & IBS.

“Dealing with my own health problems and that of my daughters, I just thought I had to ‘suck it up’ and get on with life!

However overcoming major health problems really can be as easy as the ‘Savvy 1-2-3’. Stick with it and you’ll see the benefits!”

For Angela and her family, it was just the way ‘normal life’ was . . .

  • Painful Periods and Endometriosis ~ with drugs and a hysterectomy being the only suggestions offered!
  • Angela’s daughter with a learning disability ~ and not expected to be able to read or write!
  • Another daughter with an immune dysfunction so that she was constantly sick ~ and no treatment available apart from constant antibiotics!

 . . . and there was no improvement on the horizon.

Angela thought she just had to ‘suck it up, and get on with life’!

But that ALL CHANGED! Now the health of Angela and her family has been transformed.

Here’s a glimpse of Angela’s story . . .

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Nutrition and Multiple Sclerosis

What Is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a nervous system disease that affects one’s brain and spinal cord. Multiple sclerosis is said to be a progressive disorder of the nervous system. Multiple sclerosis can affect an individual in so many ways. It damages the myelin sheath, the material that surrounds and protects the nerves.

It can slow down your thinking, it can blur your vision, it can make you feel just a little bit dizzy, lightheaded, usually associated with bladder problems, and it can be a painful disease. You can have numbness and tingling and burning, and yet look beautifully healthy. It is important for people with MS to follow a healthy, well-balanced diet, to supplement well and to reduce ALL exposures to toxins.

The 2012 WHO report summary “Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals” has verified that exposure to EDC’s during early development causes a variety of immune distinctions, including many autoimmune diseases. “The mechanisms by which EDC exposure during development can alter the development of specific issues, leading to increased susceptibility to diseases in later ion life, are just beginning to be understood. It is clear that hormones play an important role in cell differentiation, the process that leads to the development of tissues (nerves) and organs.” [page 12 of the report]  Read More