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Ashley and Hazel: an inspiring story

I have a lifelong fascination with stories of people who are in the darkest hour of their lives and find a way out. I’m endlessly inspired, awed, and humbled when people prove who they are, in their extremities, and I’m privileged to be witness to it. Ashley came to my class in Sandy, Utah last […]

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Tried-and-True Alternatives to Antibiotics

Print this blog entry and keep it handy! Part of being empowered to leave behind reliance on drugs and surgeries, is having an arsenal of alternative solutions that do no harm. Key among them–if I may run this into the ground already!–is making your body a strong organism against threats. You do that with raw, […]

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DENVER was the #1 request for where the next GSG tour should be

On facebook and this blog, we got hundreds of responses to the question, “Where should I go next?” Denver was the top-requested metro area. I’ll be right at home since I’m a Rocky Mountains girl.   We were just waiting for it to be not-so-dang-cold there! So we’re doing it, BIG THANKS to GSG reader […]

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my comments about preventive antibiotics, part 3 of 3

I guess I don’t value the “written protocols and standards of care” much–easy for me to say as I’m not a practitioner–but I have watched with dismay as we’ve become more and more prevention-drug oriented, and I’m doubtful about whether there’s any benefit to the public health. Sure, we take an AB before a procedure […]

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I am coming to ARIZONA to teach free classes, can’t wait!

I’m teaching July 7 in Tucson, Arizona, sign up HERE! And July 8 in Mesa, sign up HERE. Sedona  HERE, and West Phoenix  HERE, on Saturday, July 9. I love Arizona and can’t wait to meet some GSG readers there….if you have an amazing story, like James and Ashley (see my YouTube vids of them […]

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My comments about preventive antibiotics, part 2 of 3

The problem I have with this issue Dr. L brought up is that many docs would currently rather nuke everybody with AB because they are so fearful of liability and a very rare complication. They’d rather blanket us all in drugs as a preventative, rather than trust the immune system and deal with that rare […]

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My comments about preventive antibiotics, part 1 of 3

Disclaimer: I’m really conservative and avoid antibiotics, but I don’t tell people not to do what their doc says. I have strong opinions about antibiotics (AB’s) because of my experiences over a lifetime. I’ll tell you the nutshell version: I used to get strep as a kid, several times a year. I believe that so […]

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