My family takes EpiCor. That includes me, my wife and two daughters. My daughters are in college, and they came home in mid December for the holidays.
Everything was fine until about 6 days before Christmas, or right after my kids got home. My wife instantly got hammered with bronchial crud, fever, chills, cough, the [...]
Once again, the news media are cranking up stories about springtime and seasonal allergies. See the ABC news clip below. We’ll all hear the same advice we’ve been hearing for the last 50 years…allergy shots, wash pollen out of your clothes and hair, stay indoors with A/C, uses antihistamines if needed, yada, yada, yada.
I’m doing something [...]
A naturopathic physician writes in his blog about his experience taking EpiCor. Seems like his experience kind of parallels mine. Check it out for yourself. I’m trying to find more about who he is and where he practices.
On the same immune balance note: Here’s a video that explains, in a simplified but informative way, [...]
Well, my annual sojourn into the valley of the winter crud started yesterday. And, if all goes as it has in the past couple of years, it should pretty well be over by tonight. As I’ve written in the past, my winter crud experience has changed significantly since I began a daily EpiCor regimen.
UPDATE 2:20 PM CST (about 17 hours later). Well, seems there’s improvement. Chest is better, nose is clearing, head is not as dizzy (no comment from my friends, please). Somehow I knew and was hoping that this summer crud onset would just be a fleeting thing that’s on the way out within a day or [...]
The immune balance supplement EpiCor, which, yes, supports this blog, has now been taken by my twin daughters for at least a full year. My girls are seniors in high school, and have been taking EpiCor daily (or as close to daily as they can, when they remember). I am reporting today that we have seen noticeable changes in [...]
A couple nights ago, I woke up at 2:00 a.m. with my eyes sealed shut. Sealed shut with gunk. I can’t remember when that had happened to me, if ever. It had come several days after returning from a trip to Florida, on a bus, with high school marching band students. (see earlier post). So [...]
I attended two presentations in the past two days on “cloud computing.” I was slightly out of place; a nutrition and health communicator wedged into a swarm of IT geeks and computer engineering professors and researchers. But I wanted to learn because my blogging, my health social network building and other communications applications are all [...]
About 10 years ago I bought my wife a couple of small trees for Mother’s day that she planted in a couple of raised gardens in our back yard. They looked so nice at the garden center where I bought them. Their leaves were tropical-looking, kind of like palm leaves. I thought a palm-like plant [...]
…and emerged victorious (knock on wood…that hasn’t been disinfected by anti-bacterial wipes). If I were gonna get hammered by the winter crud, it would have been now. Two people in my office have been hacking and wheezing for the past 3 weeks. And on top of that, I was at a Tweet Up gathering in [...]