Saturday, February 04, 2017

Paleo Diet - One Month

I weighed myself this morning  (with night clothes on) and the scale said 165.7 lbs!  That's 15 lbs down!!! Woohoo!  I definitely recommend the paleo diet to most anyone!  I can't wait to see what the end of the 2nd month looks like!!! 😁

Side note:  Since starting this "diet"/way of life... I've been sick twice!  The first, was a bad cold... and right now, I've been sick since this past Saturday  (a week ago)... seems more like an allergy since my eyes seem to be more involved... but, maybe just another cold.  Coughing fits that make me vomit sometimes.  No fever for either illness.  Mostly coughing and nose blowing... keeping me up at night 😬

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Anti-vaccine Doctors and Links

C & P to have...

Research yourself, don't trust the CDC.

Here are the package inserts that the manufacturers give you but the doctors make sure you never see it.

Here's the ingredients in vaccines from the horses mouth :

Here's a book that you can read to start the education on why they are detrimental to your children's health as well as your own: "Dissolving illusions by Dr. Suzanne Humphries MD 

The list of trusted resources/documentaries/doctors:

1. Dr. Nancy Banks -
2. Dr. Russell Blaylock -
3. Dr. Shiv Chopra -
4. Dr. Sherri Tenpenny -
5. Dr. Suzanne Humphries -
6. Dr. Larry Palevsky -
7. Dr. Toni Bark -
8. Dr. Andrew Wakefield -
9. Dr. Meryl Nass -
10. Dr. Raymond Obomsawin -
11. Dr. Ghislaine Lanctot -
12. Dr. Robert Rowen -
13. Dr. David Ayoub -
14. Dr. Boyd Haley PhD -
15. Dr. Rashid Buttar -
16. Dr. Roby Mitchell -
17. Dr. Ken Stoller -
18. Dr. Mayer Eisenstein -
19. Dr. Frank Engley, PhD -
20. Dr. David Davis -
21. Dr Tetyana Obukhanych -
22. Dr. Harold E Buttram -
23. Dr. Kelly Brogan -
24. Dr. RC Tent -
25. Dr. Rebecca Carley -
26. Dr. Andrew Moulden -
27. Dr. Jack Wolfson -
28. Dr. Michael Elice -
29. Dr. Terry Wahls -
30. Dr. Stephanie Seneff -
31. Dr. Paul Thomas -
32. Many doctors talking at once -
33. Dr. Richard Moskowitz -
34. Dr. Jane Orient -
35. Dr. Richard Deth -
36. Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic -
37. Dr Chris Shaw -
38. Dr. Susan McCreadie -
39. Dr. Mary Ann Block -
40. Dr. David Brownstein -
41. Dr. Jayne Donegan -
42. Dr. Troy Ross -
43. Dr. Philip Incao -
44. Dr. Joseph Mercola -
45. Dr. Jeff Bradstreet -
46. Dr. Robert Mendelson -
47. Dr. Garth Nicolson -
48. Dr. Marc Girard -
49. Dr. Charles Richet -
50. Dr. Zac Bush -

1. Vaccination - The Silent Epidemic -
2. The Greater Good -
3. Shots In The Dark -
4. Vaccination The Hidden Truth -
5. Vaccine Nation -
6. Vaccination - The Truth About Vaccines -
7. Lethal Injection -
8. Bought -
9. Deadly Immunity -
10. Autism - Made in the USA -
11. Beyond Treason -
12. Trace Amounts -

The Mercola/Wakefield interview:

Vaccine inserts:

VAERS reporting: Vaers is a vaccine injury program the government put in place for people harmed from vaccines after they shielded vaccine manufacturers from liability in 1986

Compensation table:

NVIC reporting:

Watch "CDC Gerberding Crime #2 Against Humanity" on YouTube

Published on Apr 2, 2008Julie Gerberding, the head of the CDC, went on CNN's House Call with Dr. Sanjay Gupta to discuss the Hannah Poling case and admitted that vaccines trigger autism in a subset of the population with mitochondrial disorders.

It is time for Dr. Gerberding to answer some hard questions before congress.

Call for congressional hearings into the Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund autism cases, so we can find out what the government knows about the relationship between vaccines and autism.

Addendum: Gerberding/CDC/HHS has given several names to the phenomenon of Vaccine Induced Autism. Gerberding calls it the "symptoms of autism" in this interview, "autism like syndrome" during a previous CDC press conference and HHS refers to it as "vaccine induced encepalopathy" on their website for the Vaccine Injury Compensation fund.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Paleo Diet - Almost 3 Weeks

Ok, I'm so happy with this "diet"... more of a change of eating... life change...

I am not 10 lbs under than what I started!  I began 2017 at 180lbs!  In less than 3 weeks, I'm 170lbs!  Just cutting out carbs and beans!  I'm so thrilled!  Ecstatic!  I can see my future positively now!

Jeremy is also still doing it; mostly... lol  But, he's down 9-10lbs too!  So, he's happy about that.  I think he'd more better progress if he'd quit alcohol again. :-/ I really hate that he's drinking again.  He becomes irate, irrational, loud, belligerent... hate it!

Spaghett squash is the bomb!  Cauliflower is so versatile! Ghee is good but expensive.  Coconut flour is clumpy if you try to use it to thicken sauces.  Coconut milk is absolutely delicious!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Paleo - Finished Week One

So, yesterday marked a week on the paleo diet.  My weight is 172 lbs this morning!  That's amazing!  I haven't seen that number in quite some time!!!  I did a little research and found that it is typical to lose 5-10 lbs that first week, but not to get discouraged if that rate doesn't continue because, what happens is that you're losing water weight.  Carbs retain water.  However, just because you may not experience such dramatic weight loss week after week, you should experience a general decline over a long time.  And, I'm fine with that!!!  Actually, I'm setting my sights on losing at least 10 lbs a month (yes, I can actually see that happening for the first time in my life! ((well, to be fair, it's only been the last 8 years I've been having weight issues; so, not all of my life... but, you know what I mean)))  I plan on doing some exercises too; so, hopefully, that will hasten the weight loss :D  Jeremy weighs 194.7 lbs last night; he was happy! :D  He isn't sticking to the diet as strictly as I am.  Looking up more info on the paleo diet, I found that there's a group that practice primal paleo; which, included dairy. That's what Jeremy is doing.  He could do without the dairy because of his sensitivities to it... but, one step at a time! :D

I've been using the site, PaleoLeap, for reference... lots of recipes too!

I'm so happy with this diet!  No pills... just clean eating!

Thursday, January 05, 2017

Paleo Diet

We (Jeremy and I) just finished day 2 of the paleo diet.  It really shouldn't be to hard to stick with.  It's mostly getting rid of glutens.  Kind of like the Atkin's Diet, but, you can eat a good variety of vegetables and fruits.

Yesterday and today, I ate 2 eggs with bell pepper, onion, seasoned with Tony's Chachere; today, I added tomato to them :)

For dinner last night, Jeremy put pork chops in a casserole dish; covered them with hot sauce, onions, bell peppers, broccoli, and seasoning.  Cooked until meat was done.  Really very tasty!

Tonight, I put chicken thighs in the Ninja slow cooker.  Added onions, bell peppers, chopped tomatos, a little Sriracha sauce, and chopped carrots.  Also pretty tasty; the kids liked it! :D

Jeremy stopped at the store on the way home from work and picked up some groceries.  He bought more coconut oil, almond milk, coconut milk (in cans - tastes so yummy), and spaghetti squash, etc...

I have to say that I'm soooo happy that Jeremy is doing this with me!  Makes it easier to continue and avoid the "no-no" list of food!  We both need to drop some weight!  He hovers between 195-200 lbs and I've been hovering around 175-180 lbs!  UGH!!!  We have to change something!!!

My online friend (whom I've met in real life twice), Sasha, has lost 60 lbs in a relatively short time and has kept it off with this paleo diet!  Since I've met her in real life, I know how she looked... so, I know she's isn't lying (not her nature anyways! lol). Her progress has been amazing!!!  She started this year at 99 lbs!  Of course, she is a little shorter than I am, but, still!  She looks great!  I'd be happy to lose 40 lbs!  More than 40 would be awesome though! 

Monday, November 21, 2016


With Thanksgiving around the corner, it has me thinking... What I'm thankful for?  I'm thankful for the 2017 to begin... because 2015-2016 has probably been the worse time in my life! :(

Where to begin?

Summer of 2015.  My uncle, who I hadn't seen in a few years because he lived and worked in Africa, comes home to the states because he's experiencing extreme pain.  Goes to the hospital.  Finds out he's dying of cancer.. all over his body.  He passes away not long after coming back... I never had the chance to see him.  So, we go to his funeral in Mississippi.  My sister comes down with her kids.  Her oldest, Arielle, comes down with her then husband, Dustin, and their son, Elijah.  That was a highlight, since we didn't get to see him very often.  They stay at my sister, Angele's house, in Thibodaux, along with us.

School begins in August 2015.  Wyatt restarts 3rd grade :-/  Yay for common core... highlight: we went to the Cracklin Festival in Port Barre for the first time.  Kids had a great time.

Thanksgiving 2015:  Jeremy made another Thanksgiving Dinner and we had family over.  Had a good time!  Friday; we, the adults, are drinking and having fun.  At some point, Jeremy decides he needs to go get more alcohol.  He doesn't come to a complete stop at stop sign on his motorcycle.  And the only other vehicle on the road is a cop!  Jeremy has a brain fart and decides to outrun the cop.  He speeds for a few miles and then comes to his rational state of mind and pulls over.  They bring him to jail :(  This incident eats up a lot of our money :(  And Jeremy had only started drinking again shortly before this... he had quit for like 5 years :-/

Christmas break:  Last day before Christmas break, Ursula's best friend and off/on boyfriend for a few years, Jean Todd Duos (14 yrs old), dies instantly in a 4-wheeler accident :(  We go to his wake and funeral.  He's buried on Ursula's 13th birthday :(

New Years:  Highlight.  We go to Angele's house and Aimee and her kids are able to be there as well!  We had a great time but miss not having Arielle and Elijah there :(  We make quite a few YouTube videos... of the kids doing contests and singing.

Mardi Gras 2016:  We, once again, go to Angele's.  There's a parade that passes on both ends of the street she lives down!  Great position!  We're preparing to have a great time that week!  My kids have that Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday off; and I think we left Friday, after the kids got home from school.  Aimee came down, alone.  Arielle and Dustin are going through a divorce.  No one knows if/when she's coming or what.  There was talk about her friend, Christine/Tina coming along for the ride if she decided to make the trip.  Early Sunday morning, February 7th, we get a devastating call from Arielle.  She's been in an accident and Elijah is dead :( We make 2 trips back and forth to Georgia in a week.  He's buried on Calista's 17th birthday :(

Jeremy's work:  Not sure when it began (but, its before summer break), but the company he works for I.P.S. (a Turner company) has 3 waves of lay-offs.  He makes it through them and remains a pipe-fitter.  However, everyone who's left, can only make 40 hrs/week :-/  This move leaves our bank account bleeding.  It's only since the last few weeks that he's made some overtime and our bank account is on the mend.

To top off this wonderful year; I've put on a ridiculous amount of weight :( :( :(  So, we're the poorest we've ever been and I'm the heaviest I've been excluding pregnancies...

So, HOPEFULLY, 2017 will bring about POSITIVE changes/vibes!!!  PLEASE!!!

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

iHeart App Woke Me

Sometimes, I listen to talk radio via iHeart radio in bed.  I set the sleep timer.  I don't use iHeart radio to wake me up though; I use my phone's clock alarm for that (so I can wake up the kids for school).  However, on two different occasions, iHeart radio has come on AFTER going off from the sleep timer!  The other day, I think it was Monday, it came on at 4:30 am.  Last night, it came on at 1:14 am.  WTH?  What does that mean?  Maybe a dearly departed trying to let me know they're still around?  I'll post again if it happens again...