Good Health Is Real Wealth Issue #15 - PDF Format

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How To Make & Use Diluted Wild Oregano Oil
By Jini Patel Thompson

If you’re like me and you have kids, then you may find yourself having to frequently make up batches of diluted wild oregano oil – for one reason or another. So, to start with, let’s get really clear about what I mean when I say, “diluted” wild oregano oil. All commercial wild oregano oil (like Joy Of The Mountains or NAHS brand) are already diluted in a carrier oil like olive oil. This is because you....

Our Son’s Healing Journey
By Renay and Patrick

I have a 9-year-old son with severe ulcerative colitis. Not only was he diagnosed with the UC two years ago, but he also has a rare kidney disease called Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus, which he was born with. After being in the hospital bleeding for two weeks, we were told by our GI doctor and Nephrologist that if we cannot stop this bleeding colon, we will have to remove Glen’s colon and his kidneys. He would need a kidney transplant, because his kidneys could not handle the fluid loss without a colon. He would either need to have a permanent IV...

Embracing Possibility With Love
By Nicole Paull

Four years ago at about this time, I was just finishing up a six-week course on the IBD Remission Diet. I took some big leaps forward in my health over those six weeks, but while hopeful, I still had a long way to go and there’s no gainsaying it: I was nervous. There was no way to know what the future held. So let me leap forward to the present day and give you a picture....

Food-Based Probiotics: Lacto-Fermented Mayonnaise
By Jini Patel Thompson

I did a lot of experimenting to determine which oils provide the best-tasting mayonnaise, whilst providing excellent nutrition – I think this recipe is my fifth variation and I’m finally happy with it! My never-ending thanks to Nourishing Traditions cookbook for providing the lacto-fermentation method whereby the mayonnaise keeps for 3-4 months, rather than a couple of weeks, and results in yet another source of beneficial, food-based probiotics....

Guilt-Free Chocolate Eclairs
By Anita Patel

It’s hard to enjoy a really decadent dessert when you’re avoiding sugar. However, I kept experimenting until I invented this one – that uses only stevia and a bit of honey. When you bake with only stevia, the aftertaste is not very nice and kids may refuse to eat more than a few bites. However, using only a small amount of honey masks the stevia taste and then all you can taste is…sweetness!...

Food-Based Probiotics: Yogurt & Yogurt Cheese
By Jini Patel Thompson

Yogurt was an accident waiting to happen.

The majority of food historians believe that in between developing pottery skills, surviving predators and cultivating the first farm communities, the Neolithic peoples of Central Asia discovered fermented milk products.

Since there was no refrigeration, fermented milk products were part of nearly every culture. Depending on the climate, type of bacteria in the air and how long the milk had been fermenting, results could be highly beneficial or highly toxic....

One Suggestion To Live A Fuller Life
By Tom Robinson, M.A.

One thing all of us who live with chronic illnesses like Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome really want is to get well. We want to be healthy again like we used to be, and we hope that we will find the treatments that make our symptoms disappear.

This may sound harsh, but I’m going to suggest that you give up hope that you will ever get well. Now, I don’t want you to give up that hope forever, but for the moment, assume that none of your symptoms will ever improve....

Conspiracy Theory: Population Control and Microwave Radiation
By Magda Havas, PhD

I’ve never paid much attention to conspiracy theories, but then I began to think about it and started asking myself “what if” questions.

What if some elite group believes that we were doing irreversible damage to the planet and that earth can not support a growing human population. Indeed this is what many people think so this “what if” doesn’t have to be restricted to the thinking of “some elite group”....

Soaked Flax Seed Water
By Silvio Najt, MD

Wherever flax seed becomes a regular food item among the people, there will be better health.

-Mahatma Gandhi

Flax seed is one-third oil, the remainder consists of fiber, protein and mucilage. Flax oil, when extracted with care, is one of the greatest sources of essential fatty acids. The protein in...

Natural Teeth Whitening
By Jini Patel Thompson

I hope you have watched my video on healing my family’s tooth decay using Nanoparticle Minerals by now. Of course, decay is rather a top priority when it comes to your teeth, but once that’s handled, other concerns emerge - like the color of your teeth....

A Journey of Healing from Crohn’s Disease Using Emotional Freedom Techniques
By Patsy Anthony-Green

I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease in 1984 at the age of 27. For many years I believed that there was no cure for this illness, so I attempted to manage my disease by denying it and my symptoms by ignoring them. After several years, scar tissue built up and my intestines became blocked. Doctors believed that my only option at this time was surgery since I could no longer eat and no longer had the energy to work.

Keep Organic Nutrients Potent

Proper storage helps keep produce at its peak. Here are some tips:

    Store vegetables unwashed until eating; many have a protective coating that keeps them fresh
    Slow dehydration. Use your refrigerator crisper. Plastic bags can also help....

The Courage to Set Boundaries
By Annabel Fisher

A common theme has presented itself during my work with clients recently: how much we compromise our needs, and desires, when we are in relationships. By this I mean relationships we have with friends and colleagues, as much as the relationship we have with our partner.

As I worked with client after client, I noticed a familiar argument. It’s really difficult setting boundaries with those we love. At the outset, this...