ITS NOT YOUR GENETIC CODE, IT’S YOUR ZIP CODE by Cathy D. Slaght
Good nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices (which include no FIGHTING) can halt the symptoms of just about any imbalance, including Candida/yeast.
And, there’s no reason to STRESS over Candida. It’s everywhere- air, water, land- and present in all people from the first few months of life. It usually lives harmoniously with us.
BUT- when the immune system is weak, certain things - antibiotics, hormone imbalance, too much stress, diabetes, eating too much sugar, and highly processed foods- turn it into an invader.
You might say it becomes a Narcissist.
Anyway, checking to see what direction the group wanted to take on this today- you’ll see this in the screen cast- it wasn’t candida specifically- or the immune system- we wanted stress management for the BRAIN.
Makes sense. Candida has its own consciousness and impacts OURS.
THAT'S the stress we want to balance out.
Meanwhile, yesterday I took a major step towards beating Candida.
Bought a farm. Paid cash, too.
Okay- it’s a small hydroponic garden, only $139.00. Comes with everything necessary, including grow lights. Takes up about one square foot of space in the house.
100% money back guarantee if I don’t end up with a year-round supply of organic produce.
(The claim is that even a 5- year- old can do this, but they don’t know my gardening history.)
The CEO, Jonathan Partlow, believes that a lot of little changes- such as this small indoor garden- could make all the difference in the world.
As things stand now, he says, 175 million people will suffer from malnutrition if we simply eat what we’re currently eating. Those in cities are at most risk.
In other words, it’s our ZIP codes, not genetic codes, that are putting us at risk. But, in even a small apartment there's plenty of room for this garden.
Part of the purchase seems to be a referral link, as encouragement to spread the word- here's mine-
Today’s scan, etheric, not physical-
Cathy D. Slaght
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