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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Addison's disease

What is the cause?

According to Wiki.   The main cause is Autoimmune Adrenalitis.  An immune reaction causes the breakdown of your adrenal cortex which creates certain steroid hormones in your body.  This breakdown, inhibits the production of glucocorticoids and mineralcorticoids.

Has it ever been cured?

There is one testimonial online that I've read to claim to have been cured.  The person I read about was on treatment and was following a diet and exercise routine.  They tested as regularly as they could and when it was claimed the disease was gone they stopped treatment and continued to be tested.  Their spirits remained up while having and treating the disease.  A positive attitude of course helps in treatment.  Your psychological state effects your physical or biological state as well so literally "heads up!".   However the question occurs; is it possible for the disease to relapse if it goes away completely?

A woman wrote:   If you drive...please stay on your meds.  You could faint at the wheel and kill anyone of us.  (This is just as important to me too)

There is not enough evidence to guarantee the disease can be cured however there are stories that inspire hope.  (Don't trade your steroid hormones for grassy milkshakes but keep trying)

If you are interested in the diet from the story below:

Hi Miriamb,
My diet is mainly whole foods, although I am not completely restirctive. I try to follow a few guidelines: 1) staying alkaline, 2) keeping my gut healthy, 3) avoiding inflammatory foods (sugar, dairy, gluten, nightshade veggies...), and 3) getting *lots* of dark leafy green veggies, typically in the form of green smoothies. There are lots of references out there, but here are some of my favorites: "The Acid/Alkaline Food Guide", "The Body Ecology Diet", by Donna Gates, and "Green Smoothie Revolution", by Victoria Boutenko (this one has over 200 recipes!). I hope this is helpful - good health to you! ~Michelle
I Have Addison's disease

As of now, the disease is known and proven to be manageable through lifetime treatment.  Treatments include medical, dietary and exercise.  A healthy lifestyle for you guys and gals.

Quick Note:  There are also testimonials of Vitiligo being cured with just Ginkgo Biloba and Copper.  You can get that at the store.

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Police in Belle Isle Florida. What!!!

I filmed this on my phone while walking to the store one night.  You have to watch the whole video.  Lol!  Enjoy!

UFO or Rocket

Hey Guys,

I personally video tapped this on the way to work.  I swear.  I don't know what this is but You Tube has put it in the UFO section.  Thank you to You Tube.  Now I would like your opinions.  Thanks!

Again I swear, I was walking down the street and honestly the distance was not far away and I still couldn't tell what I was seeing.  That's what's SO Freaky! LOL.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Best Video on Earth!

Hey Guys!  Just Watch.  EnJoy!  Lol!                            If you watch, please leave comments.

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Addicting Games / Play 4 Free / Play Now

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Top Addicting Games!!!
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Muscle Structure: 4 Day Swell (Day 1) - The Stairs

Video 4  ::  The Stairs

Brussel Sprout Recipe: Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Brussel Sprouts are a vegetable that has a lot of fulfilling power when understood and cooked right. Also known as the "mini cabbage", They create a market in America of approximately $27 million. In season during winter, and sweeter after a frost this vegetable presents a superior flavor to a soup on a cold day. Add some rice and you might have a formula for a nap.

Brussel Sprouts are a great source for Vitamin B, Vitamin K and Vitamin C. Being into fitness I like to know what foods hold what type of nutrition. Also, how to prepare and cook them as well. Knowing how to cook your food properly helps you to achieve the most out of what your eating. Before I get into the recipe or the "Meat and Potatoes" as we say, I will go over these vitamins and their benefits real quick.

Vitamin B = vitamins that play important roles in cell metabolism.
Vitamin C= vitamin C is essential to a healthy diet as well as being a highly effective antioxidant. 
Vitamin K = fat-soluble vitamins the human body needs for complete synthesis of certain proteins 
that are required for blood coagulation, and also certain proteins that the body uses to manipulate binding of calcium in bone and other tissues.

Now that we know how much power these "mini cabbages" hold, let's get on with our Brussel Sprout recipe or should I say brussel sprout recipes.  The two recipes will be Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Brown Sugar Brussel Sprouts.

I found the first Recipe online and belongs to Dani Spies of Clean & Delicious.  The website features some of the most interesting dishes including:  gluten free dishes like her Moms Stuffed Peppers and her 7 Minuet Stove Top Apple Crisp.  Also there are some high-protein recipes like her One Pan Roasted Shrimp & Green Beans and her Clean Eating Turkey & Green Bean Tacos.  So for today brussel sprout recipe I want to thank Dani Spies.

Roasted Brussel Sprouts:

You will need the following ingredients to make Dani's Roasted Brussel Sprouts:

1 lb. Brussel Sprouts
1 Tsp. of Olive Oil
1 Glass Bowl
1/2 of Kosher Salt
1/2 Tsp. Fresh Black Pepper
1/2 Tsp. Garlic Powder
1 Rimmed Baking sheet

For the cooking instructions watch the following video where she prepares them herself.  Enjoy!

The next brussel sprout recipe is going to be

    Brown Sugar Brussel Sprouts:
You will need the following Ingredients to make your gourmet "Brown Sugar Brussel Sprouts"

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 pound Brussels sprouts, halved
1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 teaspoon red pepper flakes
2 teaspoons salt
4 garlic cloves, crushed and chopped
1/2 lemon, juice
    Cooking Instructions:
First you want to steam your Brussels Sprouts for about 10 to 15 minutes over boiling water until they are tender. Then heat your oil and garlic over medium-high heat until fragrant (being careful not to burn them). Next you want to add your Brussels Sprouts, lemon juice, pepper flakes and then your salt, stirring until they begin to brown. This will take about 5 minutes. Last add your balsamic vinegar and brown sugar then stir for a minute and remove from heat. When finished you can serve immediately.

This dish is a must during the winter months and gives the house a warm feel with its fragrant. Remember not to over-cook so you can enjoy the health benefits as well. Enjoy!

I want to thank Wikipedia for providing their Nutritional Information as well as Dani Spies of Clean & Delicious for her amazing Roasted Brussel Sprouts and thefreshmarket.com for their extremely delicous Brown Sugar Brussel Sprouts. It was great. Also if you are interested in more ways to build a happy and healthier lifestyle then continue to visit. Thanks again!