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Health and Healing: What Does Malnutrition Have to do With a Hospital Stay?

If you don’t pay attention to nourishing yourself with real food and quality supplements when you are relatively healthy and at home, it’s no surprise that if you should end up in the hospital for any length of time, chances … Continue reading

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Health and Healing: The Truth I Learned About Hospital Charges

This past February, I had not been in a hospital since I gave birth to my daughter 24 years ago. And my plan was to keep it that way, but if you’ve been following my posts or have picked up … Continue reading

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Healthy Living: Are You Willing to Do Something Different?

While I’ve never been very overweight, there have been several times in my life when I’ve needed to lose a few pounds. After each of my pregnancies and when I was in my early 40’s and began gaining weight even … Continue reading

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Nutritional Abuse

Awhile back I did a post in my No-Nonsense Nutrition Report about a girl who ate only ramen noodles and was extremely unhealthy as a result.  In fact her doctors said that the 18 year old had the health of … Continue reading

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Things Are Not Always What They Seem

As some of you are aware, on a recent visit home, my extremely healthy and health-conscious 26 year old son, Christopher, was rushed into emergency surgery for a perforated ulcer. Arriving at that diagnosis took two excruciating days and three … Continue reading

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