Thank you Judi!!!
I am grateful for your words of encouragement. I am dealing with this mourning thing and it is taking its toll on me both physically and mentally. I have been trying to keep busy to ward off depression only to almost run out of steam. So I took today off because all week I had people saying I wasn’t looking well and looked really tired out and should see a doctor. I knew that I had to take a day off. So today I slept until 6 PM only because I had to wake up at that time. I realized that depression being a hazard is one thing but burn out is more dangerous to me espesially because of the fact I have GBS. So I have to find a way to do something my life to make it less demanding upon myself right now especially since I am grieving.
I will keep praying for all of you thanks everyone for your prayers and thoughts for me as well.
Thank you, Judi
Thank you for clearing that up. I did not want to mention it but am glad that you did. I can take Echinacea when I feel a cold coming on, but am allergic to Astragalus if I take it for a few weeks.
Miami Girl…I think Peter D’Adamo’s father was the doctor. I know many people who have improved their health by eating the right foods for their blood type. You have simplified it too much, but I won’t waste time on this post going into it. It has made a major difference in my life. Good science is seeing patterns. JUst because their tests do not see a relationship does not mean it does not exist. I can usually pick out people with my blood type just by asking them how they feel after eating certain foods. I prefer to stay open-minded about this subject. Let’s just wait and see. Doctors laughed at Echinacea years ago. Now it is accepted.