The $40 Human Oil Change (Liver Flush)

The $40 Human Oil Change (Liver Flush)

A Story of Psoriasis, and How to Keep Your Plumbing Humming with a Liver/Gallbladder Flush Everyone accepts that our cars need an oil change every once in a while. Even if you extend the suggested mileage on the sticker they kindly place on your windshield to “remind” you when to visit them next, you will find yourself at a Jiffy Lube type establishment at least twice a year. While I can change a tire, check the oil and tire pressures, changing the oil is not my life’s calling this time around. So I happily plunk down the $39.99 (which usually includes a coupon) to keep our car’s plumbing humming. What is the Human Equivalent of an Oil Change? The Amazing Liver/Gall Bladder Flush. If these words could be animated in power point fashion, they would dance around the page, sparkle and shine and have trumpets playing to mark the importance of their entrance. I’ve spent a few thousands of hours researching things that pertain to human health. Note I am not a doctor or clinician and none of the following information should be used as or in the place of medical advice. I am a holistic nutritionist, epidemiologist, and avid life researcher, so naturally I’ve guinea pigged myself, my family and friends to a variety of experiments to observe the wonderful myriad of facets that contribute to this thing called “Health”. Holistically speaking it encompasses our spiritual, mental, emotional and physical well being. But I’ll tell you something you probably already know. It is a little bit difficult to quiet the mind for a meditation (or really to focus...
Book Quote #2 (Story Doesn’t Matter)

Book Quote #2 (Story Doesn’t Matter)

(Image Translation: your current location is here and here – 2 different points, alluding to the non-locality of electrons… which we happen to be made up of) Preview from Chapter 3 (Applications of cRaZy Science) I never liked physics, nor was I particularly good at it. My high school teacher was a sweet retired gentleman, whose descriptions of friction and gravity drawled on in ways that made a little string of sticky-white saliva perpetually danced between his upper and lower lip, intriguing me more than Newton’s laws. My year of college physics was only marginally more interesting because my boyfriend, now husband, attempted to help me study and then console me after grueling weekly quizzes. (Thank you Fenix, and UCSD physics department.) Given my lack of interest and skill in this subject it may seem downright absurd that my nightstand is often dominated by books on cRazY scientific topics, like quantum mechanics, holograms, time travel and relativity… Pre-order Book now...