The content in this blog is based on my experiences and the guidance I have received from my Care Team determined by my individual and evolving needs. Before beginning, trying, or experimenting with anything mentioned in this blog, you
MUST CONSULT A PHYSICIAN!!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Eat your Colors: Funny


Yesterday I went to the doctor 
For my yearly physical.
My blood pressure was high.
My cholesterol was high.
I'd gained some weight,
and I didn't feel so hot.

My doctor said eating right
doesn't have to be complicated and
it would solve my physical problems.

He said:
Just think in colors.
Fill your plate with bright  colors.
Try some greens, oranges, reds,
maybe something yellow, etc.
and eat an entire bowl of
bright colors.


And Sure Enough,
I Felt Better Immediately !!
I never knew eating right could be so easy !!
Now stay healthy, eat all of your colors!

Have a nice day!


Thursday, May 10, 2012

National Lupus Day 2012



I get asked all the time, "What is Lupus?"  So in honor of World Lupus Day, I went straight to the source!


What is Lupus?


Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs inside the body). Chronic means that the signs and symptoms tend to last longer than six weeks and often for many years. In lupus, something goes wrong with your immune system, which is the part of the body that fights off viruses, bacteria, and germs (“foreign invaders,” like the flu). Normally our immune system produces proteins called antibodies that protect the body from these invaders. Autoimmune means your immune system cannot tell the difference between these foreign invaders and your body’s healthy tissues (“auto” means “self”) and creates autoantibodies that attack and destroy healthy tissue. These autoantibodies cause inflammation, pain, and damage in various parts of the body.


Lupus is also a disease of flares (the symptoms worsen and you feel ill) and remissions (the symptoms improve and you feel better). Lupus can range from mild to life-threatening and should always be treated by a doctor. With good medical care, most people with lupus can lead a full life.


Find out ways to raise awareness, by checking out the Lupus Foundation of America.

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