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Why I do what I do! — 10 Comments

  1. You have chosen a great way to spend your very active “retirement” time. Keep up the good work. You are making a difference. Thanks for all you do.

  2. Looking forward to seeing your posts and becoming familiar with your sharing! I am saving to take the Nutritional Therapy Program also! Can’t wait to hear your responses! Best of wishes!

  3. I feel like you. My journey started only 4 short months ago, but my life has changed 100% for the better.
    I had 2 boys in 18 months and was a total emotional mess. When my youngest was around 18 months old, I realized my first born – Weston – was not quite right. My younger, Eli, was functioning at the same, if not higher level. Weston would always cover his ears with the softest of sounds, or not ever want to be cuddled, would only take freezing cold showers, constipated all the time (didn’t have natural BM until 7 months), irritated all the time, whining all the time, never wanted to wear clothes, screamed every night during sleep, was a mess every morning (took like 30 minutes to get in OK mood), played by himself in all social settings, would only let Mom hold him – nobody else.
    Anyway, all of those behaviors are gone – thanks to eliminating GMOs. Even his speech has improved! (I think from lack of inflamed nerve endings in his tongue.) Everyone who knows Weston is in disbelief and so happy for us for the complete turn-around in only 4 months.
    I see these preschoolers with corndogs and lunchables and I just want to shake the mother and say, “what the hell are you thinking?” All too often, these are the children who are sick from school, have broken bones, or are constantly getting into trouble.
    Now that I know what I know about our food, I want everyone to benefit from this discovery/realization. I wish someone would have told me before Weston had to endure that year of misery. Now, the house is a happier place filled with love and laughter, and NO GMOs!

    • I am so glad you found a way to help your children by eliminating GMOs. You do help others by sharing your story here and you can also post about GMOs on Facebook and forward information that will help others learn about health and real food. Thanks so much for sharing your story. It’s amazing how much and how quickly eating a healthy diet can help.

  4. This is so interesting! I love hearing about how people woke up to real food. It’s not always easy to come around to real food practices in our society filled with fake processed junk that people have been deceived in to thinking is real. It really does take an open mind. Thanks for sharing your story!

  5. Excellent writing and well though out! I suffered from extremely poor vision, a very small mouth, malformed pelvic bones, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, and Infamatory Breast desease before “cleaning” up my diet. I still have joint and bone issues, weight and metabolism problems, but changing my diet has greatly improved the Polycycstic Ovarian Syndrome. So much so that after 12 years of infertility treatments, I had two babies within 18 months!! It was the coconut diet that led me on the path of clean eating and changed my health for the better. I really appreciate your work, Carolyn! Please share the jems you learn, and I wish you success with your studies! I feel honored to know you and consider you a friend!

  6. What a beautiful story, Carolyn! I love that you’re looking for a great way to share your new-found knowledge with others. I’ll be interested to hear how you like that program. I know of a few people who are planning to attend. I toy with the idea myself, but still figuring out where my focus will be! 😉

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