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Why is it so difficult to spread the word?

July 16, 2010

I have been trying to Volunteer! Trying to teach, enlighten, inspire, and console. Why is everything doom and despair? 

If you’re on meds, TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF. EAT Good Foods! Use coconut oil!!!  Quit Smoking, Quit regular alcohol consumption.  Do you want to be healthy?  YES YES YES!!!  Well, are you eating whole wheat bread?  Are you eating fresh vegetables and fruits?  Are you reading food labels????

IMPORTANT!  Food you microwave has no food value to heal the body. It’s dead food.  Empty, cancer causing, calories. White flour makes great home made glue and paste.  GLUE AND PASTE.   Sure, pastry is wonderful, as a treat. Donuts are not a food group.  The more color the better. Cherries, Broccoli, carrots…..parsley in salads!   Kale is a miracle food.

So much sadness and despair, fear in the diagnosis.  I was too. Then I started reading…everything.  I made my own choices.  NO MEDS  (yet).  No one cares to hear about that, I become invisible.  I am not invisible!  I am here and I am screaming to you….you will be ok!  TRY TO EAT GOOD FOODS.  Even if you take meds,  EAT to LIVE….eat to heal.  NO pop. NO cigs. NO pesticides. No chemicals.  Become aware of your environment and take a stand.  Try to use natural cleaners  (vinegar and salt) and natural bug repellents, (eucalyptus and camphor/clove and cinnamon)  It’s not a death sentence.When you calm down & get ready….arm yourself with a book about the immune system and kick the virus’  tushy!     Love you, with you, and want you to not be afraid.

AND LET GO OF STRESS!   It’s killing all of us.

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  1. bee2art permalink
    July 19, 2010 1:17 pm

    And exercise as well. Exercise helps with stress. In spite of all that effort: exercise, organic eating, limited alcohol, HIV prevails… I was able to stay off meds for six years because of my healthy lifestyle but didn’t reach my goal of being a long term non-progressor. Still my good habits and positive attitude have helped in being 100% adherent with the meds. We must stay hopeful and choose to be happy!

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