Exercise. I do feel better when I am doing it regularly, but every time I stop for an exacerbation, it takes so
I keep thinking I can "cheat" sometimes with my food sensitivities, like you sometimes do when you are following a diet to
In an effort to find alternatives to what I can't eat, OH has been scrambling me duck eggs. It was originally conceived after
On my way to acupuncture yesterday I stopped and had my food sensitivities rechecked. I am so happy to report that some
I have not been able to go back and get my food sensitivities checked again. I still am not driving myself and
I am still maintaining dietary restrictions from my food sensitivities. This has been really hard on OH, who cooks a lot of
People have asked about my work situation recently. So here's my story: I was hired by my current company in January 2003.
Christmas has passed with not too much drama. It was nice, low-key and relaxing. I still have gifts to wrap and give
I haven't mentioned it in awhile but I am still following my own, unique "diet," avoiding those foods to which I tested
"Defining my heart attack as an incident left me dependent on good health, which I once again assumed as my right. I
It turns out that there are no 100 percent reliable tests for food sensitivities at this time. But continuing to pursue the
My first potentially offending food is wheat (and gluten). I am eliminating it for a few weeks to see if I notice "any results." Since the goal
I was diagnosed in 1991. Shortly after that I bought and committed to follow The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book by Roy Swank.
In the interest of full disclosure of what it's like to be a person living with this disease, I have to confess my biggest shame:
Even as California has had record-breaking heat and some out of control brush fires, where I live has been overcast and socked