I’m well aware that this post is probably going to make me pretty unpopular – especially among my tattoo-loving group of friends, but if I’m able to get just a few people to re-think getting inked, I’m doing my job.
Once upon a time I was desperate to get a tattoo. All of my friends started getting them when we were in high school and I thought it was tantrum-worthy unfair that my parents wouldn’t let me join them. I felt so inadequate with my bare lower back. Turns out my folks were right.Read More
No, I’m not crazy. I’ve haven’t gone and contracted pica (the name of the disease given to people who eat dirt). Eating clay is actually a very clever, amazing health-promoting thing to do.
As I wrote here, I am on a mission to eliminate toxic heavy metals from my body. Thanks to the chemotherapy I had four years ago, my body is still weighed down by them. However, even without chemo poison, many of us are heavy metal contaminated. This is thanks to pollutants in the air, at the hairdresser, at the petrol station, in our seafood, in our water, in our cosmetics, in tattoos – and pretty much everything else we consume. So, this is just one of the reasons why I have taken to eating a spoonful of dirt each morning.Read More
As many of you know, I had a super high dose of chemotherapy drugs pumped through my left arm just after my first cancer diagnosis. The radical poisoning didn’t work, hence why I was led to take control of my health via all natural means. What the chemo did do, however, is leave my body with high amounts of heavy metals – which are incredibly difficult to eliminate, and make healing a very slow process. Four years since my conventional “treatment”, I am still dealing with the ramifications and I’m now introducing several detoxification tactics to chelate the toxins from my tissues. One of these tactics is taking the superfood chlorella.Read More
The short answer to the question posed in today’s headline is “yes”. Most protein powders are rubbish for your body, particularly the ones you see lined up and being promoted at your local gym. They are often pushed onto fitness junkies and touted as a “necessary companion to your workout”, but in reality these synthetic… Read MoreRead More