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Success Story – Boy With Nuerological Damage Experiences Amazing Recovery

Published: July 8, 2013

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!This is an amazing story about a boy I know from church.  His mom believes that he has a variety of developmental delays, neurological and physical symptoms, resulting from vaccine damage when he was a baby.  He is now 11 […]

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Dan Doctor In Seattle

Published: July 3, 2013

When I was first suspicious that my son had autism, I wanted to find a so-called “DAN Doctor” in Seattle right away. “Dan Doctor” is actually a bit of a misnomer, the acronym “DAN” stands for “Defeat Autism Now” but the group has subsequently had to change their name to the Autism Research Institute because […]

Vitamins and Supplements

Typical Supplments For Autism

Published: June 12, 2013

When your child is diagnosed with autism, if you pursue biomedical intervention, you will begin down a path of taking all sorts of supplements, many of them expensive. We were not taking any of these before we started seeing doctors, although some of them are common, good-for-ya things that your autistic and non-autistic child alike […]

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Methyl B-12 Injections For Your Autistic Child

Published: June 12, 2013

When we first found out our son was on the Autism Spectrum, one of the first biomedical interventions we wanted to try was Methyl B-12 shots. According to Dr. Neubrander, a well-known autism pediatric physician in New Jersey who pioneered the use of MB12 shots in the autism population, this is one of the first […]

How To Grow Alpine Strawberries From Seed

Growing Alpine Strawberry Plants From Seed

Published: May 9, 2013

If you’ve been disappointed one too many times by the allure of bright-red shiny strawberries from the grocery store that fail to deliver when it comes to taste, growing your own alpine strawberry plants from home is on solution you may want to consider. Alpine strawberries are tiny, aromatic, and flavorful.  Grown and sold in […]

GAPS chicken broth

Making Chicken Broth – A GAPS Diet and Paleo Diet Staple

Published: May 8, 2013

If your family is following the GAPS Diet, you may have learned that chicken broth is a staple on this diet.  Its properties to “heal and seal” the gut are renowned and everyone knows that Grandma’s chicken soup was good for ‘ya.  (This was before Campbell’s stepped in and changed the recipe!)  Even Primal/Paleo folks […]

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How To Start A Worm Bin – Vermicomposting Delight!

Published: May 8, 2013

If you’ve thought about composting your kitchen scraps, a worm bin is a great way to do it.  An odorless worm composting system is a great addition to your urban farm.  When properly maintained, a worm bin should not smell bad or attract noxious bugs.  Some people even maintain a worm bin inside their home. […]

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Electromagnetic Radiation (EMF) and Autism – A Hidden Connection?

Published: March 24, 2013

I first became aware of the dangers of EMF when I was researching autism issues. I’d heard things about EMF’s disturbing autistic children’s sleep on my GAPS yahoo group, and some people having good results with moving kids beds away from electrical outlets, or off the wall that had the refrigerator or TV on the other side of It (e.g if the bedroom was adjacent to the kitchen). I thought it was all “interesting” but we didn’t have that type of set up (all bedrooms upstairs in our house) and B. didn’t really have sleep issues, so I didn’t think much of it… at first. Then I read an article that changed all that.

Home Orchard Society's Progagation Fair - Look At All The Tables of Scion Wood They Are Giving Away For Free!

A Report From The Front Lines Of The Home Orchard Society’s Propagation Fair

Published: March 20, 2013

Last weekend I went to the Home Orchard Society’s propagation fair outside Portland, Oregon.  It was a packed event, attracting several hundred people and featuring FREE (my favorite) scion wood for grapes, cherries, plums, asian plums, peaches, cherries and hundreds of varieties of pears, and over 500 types of apples – many unique, unusual or […]

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Seattle Edible Landscape Design – Results!

Published: March 20, 2013

I couldn’t wait for the day I got back my Edible Landscaping Plan, from Michael, our designer! One of the things I have been most excited about, in terms of getting our new house built, is the opportunity to have my own yard.  Here in the townhouse in Lynnwood, I have a postage-stamp backyard with […]