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Take a break

I have taken a bit of a break and my immediate concern is that I have not been keeping up with my writing and spreading “the love”. I then, chose to reflect a bit and realized that we shouldn’t feel bad when life chooses another path and we have to let go of something else for awhile.
Do you feel like this sometimes?
I have spent the last bit of time, not spending it writing, but being with my family a bit more and not so concerned about “keeping up”. It has been very good for my person and my relationships.
There seems to be so much going on with my wife and kids that the blog had to be a lower priority.
As I first said, I feel bad, but I am trying to release that urge.
I love being able to share the lessons that we learn as we go along. So I hope that you understand and can also apply this to the lives that you are living.
I am sharing an article that I read yesterday. I love all these suggestions. They are very familiar to me and I have tried to share with my family on a regular basis.

Be healthy.

What I Learned in my 40’s

Letter to My Children: Health

I love you and that is the answer for so many decisions that we make.

I know that it doesn’t explain everything and I guess that is why I hope to explain it, in more detail, here.

Challenge is inevitable, as God gives each and every one of us things to guide and push us to be “more”. You have each been challenged early on, even though you may not really understand as it is just ‘your’ life. You know nothing different, because it has been that way for most of your life.

I believe that we are destined to help many families that also face challenges and that is why we were led down this path.

OK! Yes. I know. I will move on.

As a family I know that you both have different challenges, but we try to treat you the same.

Our goal is to give you tools that may not be popular or trendy, but real! We have experienced disease and chronic illness personally and professionally. We have had to learn a lot of the information that has kept you healthy and happy from non-traditional resources, but we have learned to trust our instincts.

Trust your instincts! Trust your gut!

As in any family, when one person is experiencing difficulty, we all are affected. We try to work together to solve the issues and come out stronger on the other side.  Sometimes you may have felt that you were having to deal with issues that weren’t necessarily yours. We know that, but realized that we can only do so much at one time. Everything happens for a reason and at the time that it is meant to.

Health-wise, we had no idea that starting a gluten-free diet would lead our family to a whole food lifestyle. When we first found out, we tried, like so many other families to do the minimum necessary to keep our children safe. Looking back, I can see how we were just like most other families that experience similar, we resisted the information to begin. We didn’t want to make those BIG sacrifices if we didn’t need to. It really was such a blow to our way of life. We were challenged by this and it made us stronger.

I am so grateful for the lessons that we learned! Through this we learned many things and have adjusted our diet to meet our needs, now and for life.

I know that it is hard to see family and friends eating what used to be common and is advertised as “normal” food. Every birthday party, play-date, school function or field-trip is hard for us, but I know it is difficult for you to see the other “convenient” options. Sometimes I wish that it was easy again, but I remind myself that our food is just that. FOOD. Not a party. Not convenient. Not to comfort someone else. It is a challenge for us all and I know that you wish to eat pizza and hamburgers. I also wish it was that easy again!

We have learned so much about health and disease that we want you to learn and have a healthy life. I don’t want you to eat, just to eat and have no idea what health is about, when you get older. I want you to understand that health is everything! If you are sick then life pretty much sucks, so why not do what you can to be healthy??

As you grown into beautiful adults and learn to care for yourselves, you may hear “how expensive” organic food(healthiest option)can be. I wish for you to understand that it is like putting good gasoline into a precious sports car. All systems work together to make that ‘car’ go. If you put junky, cheap ‘gasoline’ in, you will have a poor running ‘car’. If you consider it and investment(because health is your largest and most valuable asset)then you can expect exceptional performance!

I hope these lessons; which we learned the hard way, can make their way to you with a lot less challenge and discord, than how they came to us. I am blessed to have you in my life and know that together we will change the world, in a very positive way! God bless you.

Dad

 

Leaky Gut Syndrome In Plain English – And How To Fix It, by Jordan Reasoner

Three years ago the doctor gave our daughter a diagnosis of celiac disease and we thought our world was upside-down. Well, after all of the testing and appointments, he sent us home with a plan to not eat gluten. That meant to look at the labels and make sure that she wasn’t getting any wheat, barley or rye in our foods.

At that time we had a typical diet of pizzas, mac and cheese and all the “normal” boxed goodness meals. We are hard working parents, doing our best to raise our beautiful children and provide nutritious meals that our tasty and healthy.

With the celiac diagnosis, came the charge to find the same type of products, just gf, so that we could continue on our similar path. This message was echoed by other families that we talked to, with the same diagnosis. “Try to eat normal diet, just take out gluten”

Fast forward 2 years and our daughter is still not gaining weight and still not feeling good. Tummy pain started about 1 year into eating gf foods.

She was getting worse! Losing weight. After a lot of our own research and sleepless nights, we found SCD and what was possibly the closest symptoms to our daughter’s. At this point there wasn’t much that could get worse.

Thank you to http://www.breakingtheviciouscycle.info/, Jordan and Steve for going through this before and finding a solution. You have shared your stories of successes and failures.

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by JORDAN REASONER

Leaky Gut can be so confusing, but it’s becoming more and more of an epidemic.  Many of the causes and cures of Leaky Gut are widely debated, but Doctors are becoming more aware of the condition and ways to treat it.

This article is meant to shine some light on how to treat Leaky Gut Syndrome and why the SCD Diet is such a critical component to it.   

Leaky Gut Explained:

The term Leaky Gut Syndrome is used to describe the condition of “Hyperpermeable Intestines”.  A fancy medical term that means the intestinal lining has became more porous, with more holes developing that are larger in size and the screening out process is no longer functioning properly.  The fallout results in larger, undigested food molecules and other “bad stuff” (yeast, toxins, and all other forms of waste) that your body normally doesn’t allow through, to flow freely into your bloodstream.

So now that we have the general essentially meaningless definition out of the way let’s find out what is really going on…

The intestinal lining is the first mechanism of defense for our immune system.  The outer layers of intestinal cells (epithelial) are connected by structures called tight junctions.  At the tips of these cells are the microvilli, which absorb properly digested nutrients and transport them through the epithelial cell and into the bloodstream.  During normal digestion process the tight junctions stay closed, forcing all molecules to effectively be screened and only pass into the blood stream through the mucosa cells (think of them like bouncers at the front of a classy bar).  For reasons we will discuss later these tight junctions can become “open” or permeable allowing un-screened molecules to flow directly into the bloodstream (think of it like a fish net with very small holes).

Graphic From: www.leakygutcure.com

So Then What Happens?

The first reaction your body has to these “foreign” bodies in your blood is to fight like hell.  Initially, your Liver is called into action to work overtime and try to screen out all the particles that your intestinal lining was supposed to be taking care of.  In most cases, the liver has no chance of keeping up with the constant flow of waste into your blood and all the toxins, undigested food molecules, yeast, and other pathogens start to accumulate in your body.

Now the sleeping giant wakes up (your immune system) and it is not happy.  It goes into full battle mode to fight the evil intruders and get them out of the body ASAP.  More often than not, the body cannot keep up with the task at hand and the majority of these foreign bodies absorb into tissues throughout the body… causing them to inflame.

Inflammation is also an immune response and causes even more stress on your system.  Now that your body is focused on fighting the large war, the little battles are starting to be ignored, like filtering out the blood, calming inflamed areas of the body, fighting bacteria, regulating the gut, etc.  This process flow can lead to your body fighting itself and an array of autoimmune diseases such as Chronic Fatigue, MS, IBS, Ulcerative Colitis, and Fibromyalgia.

Now your body will begin to produce antibody soldiers designed to fight against these foreign objects (which can be things such as the Casein protein from the milk you’re drinking, or other proteins in nuts, grains, or eggs).  Even chemicals normally found in foods such as Phenols and Glycerin can now trigger immune responses when they enter the body.  For instance, I immediately react to diary of any kind.  I get instant brain fog, a headache, sore throat, and horrible sinus drainage.  A similar reaction happens when I eat foods high in phenols such as tomato juice.  I am confident that it is all part of a reaction as a result of years with leaky gut from my Celiac Disease.

If you are having any food sensitivities to more than a dozen foods, you likely have leaky gut.  Any undigested foods that are absorbed into the blood stream are now considered enemies of the state, and your immune system will develop reactions to many of them, leading to food intolerances.  When you have a Leaky Gut condition, the damaged microvilli along the intestinal lining cannot manufacture the digestive enzymes they need to break down the food for proper digestion.  The resulting condition allows food molecules to flow into the bloodstream that have not been completely broken down into the nutrients your body needs. 

Bottom Line: The foods that you’re eating are not the root of the problem; it’s the leaky gut letting the food molecules into your bloodstream.  Of course, the caveat is severe food allergies such as gluten to a Celiac or deadly peanut allergies.

How Do I Know If I Have Leaky Gut Syndrome?

Symptoms of Leaky Gut can vary from person to person depending on the level of damage and the tissues being affected.  Multiple Food Sensitivities can be a sign that your immune system is developing antibodies to everything you’re eating.  Nutritional deficiencies are a sign of lacking vitamins and minerals from the improper breakdown of food in your intestines.  Chronic diarrhea and constipation are signs of inflammation of the intestinal walls from Leaky Gut.  Skin rashes are your body’s way of trying to dump the toxins through the skin perforations.  A poor immune system will result from your body trying to wage war on itself and ignoring all the virus and bacteria we encounter on a daily basis, allowing you to get sick more often.  Headaches, brain fog, memory loss, and excessive fatigue are a result of the inflammation of tissue and toxin build up.  Yeast overgrowth (Candida) will cause cravings for sugar and carbs, gas, bloating, and anxiety.  All of these things add up to a host of symptoms with a myriad of explanations… all leading back to one thing: the constant river of foreign objects being allowed to enter your bloodstream.

What Causes Leaky Gut?

The cause of Leaky Gut is widely debated in the medical community.  However, there is some level of consensus that the following are the basic contributors:

–  Diet: Consuming high amounts of refined sugars, processed foods, preservatives, refined flours, and flavorings introduces massive amounts of chemicals into the body that is seen as toxic.  If your body has a hard time keeping up the toxins start to build up and cause inflammation (like we talked about earlier).

–  Chronic Stress: Chronic stress almost always results in a suppressed immune system.  A weakened immune system cannot handle doing it’s normal job and gets overrun with pathogens very quickly.  This increases overall gut inflammation leading to increased permeability of the intestinal lining.

–  Inflammation: Any type of inflammation in the gut can lead to leaky gut.  This can be brought on by low stomach acid (which passes undigested food into the small intestine irritating everything it passes by), yeast overgrowth (Candida), bacteria overgrowth, infection, parasites and excessive environmental toxins.

–  Medications: Any medication prescriptions or even over-the-counter pain relievers with Aspirin or Acetaminophen irritate the intestinal lining and decrease the mucosal levels (a membrane produces mucus on the intestinal lining as a natural protective measure).  This can start or help to continue the inflammation cycle (more bacteria, yeast, and digestion issues) and promotes an increase in permeability.

–  Yeast: Yeast is found in normal gut flora but as soon as it begins to get out of hand it mutates into a multi-celled fungus (usually Candida) that grows tentacles to grab onto the intestinal lining and stay put, consequently making its own holes in the lining.

–  Lack of Zinc: Zinc is a critical piece of maintaining a strong intestinal lining.  A deficiency of the vitamin can lead to the mucosal lining losing strength and becoming more permeable.  There are studies that show that supplementing with Zinc when it is deficient can dramatically improve intestinal lining integrity.

How To Fix Leaky Gut Syndrome…

The medical community is also still rather divided about the methods used to alleviate leaky gut.  Treating Leaky Gut is a multi-faceted approach that requires many different pieces of the puzzle to fall into place.  If each one is utilized, the holes in the sinking ship will plug up and allow the body to return to a more normal state.  Here are a few of the most agreed upon avenues and also where the SCD Diet comes into play:

– Diet Restrictions: Eliminating sugars, starches, grains, and any other irritating foods alleviates the inflammation and starves out the yeast overgrowth (this is where the SCD diet takes over the healing process).  Reducing both of these allows the intestinal tract to slowly return to its normal permeability, stopping the flow of foreign objects into the blood, which will stop food intolerance symptoms and eventually help stop the vicious cycle just as the book described it.  I would argue that the Specific Carbohydrate Diet is the foundation of curing leaky gut, but it does need some help from the next three pieces.

Here’s a free guide to get started on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet: “How To Start The SCD Diet In 24-Hours

  Nutritional Supplementing: The conditions that lead to leaky gut can also cause mal-absorption and improper digestion, both of which are going to leave you with nutritional deficiencies.  First and foremost: supplementing with a good multi-vitamin, large amounts of vitamin D, and Zinc will help the intestinal lining return to normal (assuming the irritants from the diet are removed by following the SCD diet).  Essential fish oils have also been shown to really help improve the condition of the intestinal mucosal lining (omega-3’s greatly reduce inflammation among a host of other benefits).

  Probiotics: Now that the Candida is being knocked down by your adherence to the SCD diet, mixing in a solid foundation of probiotics, and more specifically, the friendly bacteria Lactobacillus Acidophilus is a must.  The diet gets rid of the bad bacteria and you need a constant feed of the good bacteria to replace it.  Friendly bacteria stop the inhabitance of bad bacteria and yeast, heal the gut lining, help nutrients get absorbed, and keep the vicious cycle in check.  Studies suggest that keeping a ratio of 85% good to bad bacteria in the gut will stop the cycle from starting back up.  A good non-dairy SCD legal lactobacillus acidophilus will be very beneficial.

  Digestive Enzymes: Digestive enzymes are critical to properly breaking down the foods we eat.  They are found naturally in the raw form of foods to help break them down, unfortunately, in the beginning stages of the SCD diet we have to cook all of our fruits and veggies, rendering them useless for enzymes.  The have multi-faceted skills to help alleviate leaky gut.  First, plant based enzymes will break down food into very small particles before it leaves the stomach, preventing large undigested molecules from irritating the intestinal lining and increasing nutritional uptake.  They also work through your intestines acting as garbage collectors by removing toxins, bacteria, and damaged cells of the mucosal lining.  The whole process gives the gut a clean slate of healthy cells to rebuild with.  While the leaky gut permeability remains, they do the same garbage collecting in the bloodstream if they are passed through the intestinal lining.  The bromelain and papain enzymes are shown to reduce inflammation in the gut lining and throughout other tissues in the body, allowing the immune system and the liver some reprieve.    Any SCD legal, plant based enzyme will make a world of difference here.           

In good health,

– Jordan

Leaky Gut Syndrome in Plain English – and How to Fix It

Grain and Bean Free Chili. Big Hit

When I started to make chili without beans, I went through a phase of discovery and over the course of a number of months and numerous batches, I came up with a winner. If your children are like mine, I have not made this spicy, at all. Adjust it to fit your family.20140330-194923.jpg

I use the best ingredients these days. Grass fed beef, organic vegetables, etc.

chili ingredients

I start by dicing a large onion, 3-4 garlic cloves, 3 celery stalks and 3-4 carrots. Soften these in olive oil on medium heat until vegetables are soft. It smells so good at this point!

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Add about 1 lb of beef or sometimes, I use a combination of pork and beef. Cook meat until it is all browned, drain off any excess fat.

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Add in 1-2 jars or cans of tomato sauce. Cook on low heat for 2-3 hours. This makes enough for 1 meal for 4 and plenty for leftovers for lunches. Sometimes I will make spaghetti squash as well and put the chili on top. Kids love it!

Finished chili

Best chocolate chip cookie recipe. Who needs gluten, grains or dairy!

You won’t believe these have no bad things in them! When you went paleo or gluten free, you never would have believed this was possible. I know that I’m building them up…but they really are that good!

I got the recipe from Danielle Walker(because she rocks!!)and she says something similar. I made a dozen and the family(mostly my wife) has eaten them all. Gotta make more I guess.
Note: I replaced the egg with a chia seed egg substitute, because my eldest daughter refuses to eat anything with eggs.

Real-Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies
AUTHOR: Danielle Walker – AgainstAllGrain.com
SERVES: 1 dozen
Ingredients:

¼ cup palm shortening or grassfed butter
¼ cup coconut palm sugar
2 tablespoons honey
1 large egg, room temperature
2 teaspoons vanilla
1½ cups blanched almond flour
2 tablespoons coconut flour
½ teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon sea salt
¼ cup dark chocolate pieces (just chop up a dark chocolate bar)
¼ cup enjoy life chocolate chips
Instructions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
In a food processor, cream the palm shortening, coconut sugar, honey, egg, and vanilla for about 15 seconds until smooth and fluffy.
Add the almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda and sea salt and mix again until combined, about 30 seconds. Scrape down the sides of the bowl if needed in order to incorporate all of the flour. Pulse once or twice more.
Stir in the chocolate chips by hand.
Place golf-ball sized balls of dough on a cookie sheet lined with parchment or a SilPat. Using another sheet of parchment on top of the dough, flatten them slightly with the palm or your hand or a spatula. The cookies don’t spread much so create the size and thickness you want prior to baking them.
Bake for 9-12 minutes, until slightly golden around the edges.

 

They burn quickly, so don’t let them stay in too long.

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Gf, grain free, dairy free pizza :)

It has been so long since we have pizza and when I found this recipe, I was so excited to try it. Well the majority of this recipe calls for cauliflower. I was skeptical at first but it really worked out good. This recipe will make 2 small pizzas, so if you want more than enough for 2 kids than double the recipe.

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After steaming the cauliflower, put it in the food processor to chop up into fine mixture. Place mixture onto a clean cloth or cheesecloth to squeeze out all the water. This creates a paste like substance.

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Spreading the “dough” into the crusts is a little hard, because it is sticky. I found it best to work from the centre and work my way out. 20140328-002402.jpg

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I used an herb and spice, tomato paste, but I might suggest that you use something a little more tasty. The crust was quite flexible and “normal” like. It is a lot of work, but if you have gluten and dairy restrictions, highly worth the time! My kids were so happy to have pizza again:)

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5 Things You Should Know Before Going Gluten Free

When I read this article for the first time, I thought about my daughter who was diagnosed when she was 7. She has been so brave and so mature through all of what she(and the family)have gone through. She continues to amaze me and my wife. She is an inspiration to many of us, who might occasionally say “oh I can’t do possibly do that!”
 
“You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.” Walt Disney

Our children will be so much better equipped, to deal with our food challenges that we face today. Gluten and grains will be better understood and it will be normal for people with celiac disease to dine out in safe environments and join in, in social gatherings like there is nothing special about them. 
 
The children growing up, like my children, don’t know any different. As the number of people with the diagnosis continues to climb, the level of understanding and acceptance will continue to grow as well. We will find better solutions for our health crisis here in North America and it will come in the fashion of small farms, people looking for local growers and more homemade simple meals.
 
I hope that by sharing our thoughts, challenges, triumphs and successes, that we can help clear a path for our children to make our world just a bit better.

Article courtesy: Taylor, Gluten Away

Everyone takes on going gluten-free in their own way. Some people research it first and take it on like a pro. Others get overwhelmed and don’t really know what to do. I’ve gained a lot of experience over the last 4 years, learned a lot of things, and also gotten a lot advice from people as well. Even though I’m 16 years old, I can definitely say I’m a pro by now. Even though I’m very experienced, there’s a lot of things I wish I knew when I first went went gluten-free 4 years ago. That’s why I put together this list of 5 things that everyone should know before they go gluten-free. I hope this is helpful to you no matter how experienced you are!

1. You NEED vitamins – Everyone who goes gluten-free thinks that they can just remove gluten and feel better. Although going gluten-free helps with celiac disease, a gluten intolerance, or just your overall health, it can also create a lot of issues. You are removing grains and a lot of food groups from your diet which means a lot of vitamins are being removed as well. Make sure you get the proper vitamins to replace what you are missing or you will get deficient in many vitamins and begin to feel sick. Click here for the most common vitamin deficiencies while being gluten-free!

2. Hidden gluten – It’s easy to know what gluten is in. Bread, pasta, cookies, cake and so on. But a lot of people don’t think about the hidden gluten which can be hard to find. Things like soy sauce and many other products make it very hard for people to know what to avoid. Also it’s important to look at whether a product is made in a facility containing wheat because this can cause cross contamination as well. Check out this Top Products With Hidden Gluten List!

3. You may need to remove more than gluten – Some people assume gluten is all they need to remove to feel better. This may be true for some but it isn’t true 100% of the time. Many people with celiac disease also have lactose intolerance since the 2 are connected. It’s important to get tested by a nutritionist to see if you are allergic to any other foods and if anything else should be removed from your diet. If you still continue to feel bad then it may be more than gluten that you have to avoid.

4. Social situations will be harder – I’ll say it right now because it’s true. Going gluten-free does make social situations harder. Most people only think about the diet aspect of going gluten-free but not the social aspect as well. Food is involved in almost any social get together which means it can be a lot harder to have options eating out. Let the people know you can’t have gluten or bring your own food! Either way going gluten-free is a life style change and this is one unfortunate side to it.

5. You can still enjoy food, being gluten-free – I’ve seen people say this a lot. They assume that going gluten-free means they can never enjoy food again which isn’t true at all. In fact, I think going gluten-free allows you to enjoy food more! Luckily there are gluten-free alternatives to pretty much anything now which is awesome. But there are actually so many naturally gluten-free options to enjoy besides those gluten-free alternatives. You can still enjoy food as long as you are open minded and realize there are still so many options for you to enjoy.

 

http://www.gfreefoodie.com/5-things-you-should-know-before-going-gluten-free-taylor-teenager-on-a-gluten-free-mission/

Food is everything, but should it be?

Why does every event or celebration have to be based around food?

Our family has food restrictions and besides not being able to eat at restaurants, many if not all social events have a food component to them. “Fit in or don’t go”, is how it feels many times. For our family we are learning that this is going to be commonplace one day, but for now it is difficult for us.

We went GF 3 years ago and then realized that things weren’t resolving with that diet alone. We have learned that going GF is many times just the starting point and there can be many more issues that can follow that diagnosis.

Dining out used to be such a big and common event for us, since we worked in restaurants for many years. We loved dining out and trying different restaurants. We didn’t expect that we would never be able to take our kids to a restaurant for a birthday or other celebration ever again.

When our daughter started the new school we carefully and cautiously explained to her new teacher how concerned and careful we are with specific foods and it may be best if no food is even offered to our daughter. Wouldn’t you know that the very first day was an indication of how the whole year would be. Cookies and juice were given to all the other children on that first day at Gr 4. How would you feel, being at a new school and this is the first day?

The teacher was very kind and gave rewards to children for good behaviour and guess what they got? Food! We thought it was odd that there was such a focus on food since one of her children was peanut allergic. You could assume that she may have changed her focal point to something other than that??http://www.glutenfreesociety.org/gluten-free-society-blog/staying-gluten-free-for-school-lunches/?inf_contact_key=1d0118f443d2844a3a8cecd6cbcd0d778a65185aabac6d0ec67d808b01233e56

Every birthday party, wedding, halloween, family gathering has a large component of food around it. I really see why we north americans have issues around food when you see it from this perspective.

We have a fabulous children’s hospital, but we can’t have safe food for our children from there because most restaurants or staff dont understand cross contamination and the ramifications of eating something that may have small traces of gluten.Dr. Osborne

We hope that we can be the change that we want to see in the world. I guess that means meeting with the school and expressing how important this is to the health of our family. They understand peanut allergy, but since this is not emergent(call 911)then it seems not as important.

We are supposed to be going with our family for a dinner at a restaurant tonight, so that is why I was thinking about it now. Great! We have to go to dinner and eat chinese, while our other daughter sits and wishes she could have it! This is so hard to do! I will bring some food for her and tell her to just enjoy what I have prepared, but deep down I wish that she could eat all this unhealthy food along with us!!! Argh! It would make life so much easier, but we have to make a change. We have to change the world for the betterment of all of us.

I should open a safe restaurant for all families…

Hello world!

I am eager to share our experiences from our family thus far! I hope to help many families to shorten their own learning curve. We are, by no means, experts, but we know our family better than anyone else. That goes for any doctor or medical practitioner. We have learned that you need to search for yourself and not to take an unfavorable answer at face value.
I am looking forward to sharing this journey with you!
Peace be with you.

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