Treating The Second Brain

Annies Books (plain) Websize (4)

Digestion and The Second Brain!

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Parasites – The Issues and the Cures

An increasing number of people have contacted me in relation to ‘Parasite infestations’ and so its timely to give some information that will save the day or at least enlighten you on what Parasites are about and how you can deal with them.

parasites ohhh ohhh

I have been carrying out Iridology sessions – consultations for 20 something years.  This has given me a front row seat to seeing Parasites in the body, through the eyes.  I can tell if you have them, and I can teach you how to find them and get rid of your uninvited house guests.  There is a lot of detail in the iris of the eyes, and one sure fire sign is what we Iridologists call – Radii Solaris… Bike spokes.  When they are dark lines that are thick that protrude from the pupil into the ‘colour portion of the eye’, that’s the sign that parasites are certainly living in you.  There are a few other tell tail signs, but that will do for now.  The physical symptoms are something else.

The wide ranging symptoms include itching (ears, nose, anus), gas and bloating, loss of appetite, eating more than normal but still feeling hungry, blurry vision, muscular pain, lethargy, diarrhoea, constipation, indigestion, rashes, hives, allergies, mental confusion and so on. Read the rest of this entry

House keeping! Part one:

Your first house is your own body, and you have an opportunity to clean it up every day, but do you know how to do this?

Stop right now, before you read on, go and get yourself a glass of water.  Then come back and continue reading…Okay, you are back!  So house keeping starts with making sure that you have the right tools.  Just like when you are cleaning the house you live and sleep in, you need some brooms, a mop, a cleaning solution, and in our case that is a natural solution – check out  and you will see the Cleaning kits that Darryl has available. Read the rest of this entry

Natural Solutions for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Nasty inflammation in the bowel

Crohn's Disease

It is estimated that Crohn’s disease affects approximately 28,000 Aussies annually and is usually diagnosed between the ages of 15 to 30 (ACCA, 2007).  The disease commonly affects the end of the small intestine, but can affect any part of the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus.  Symptoms may include pain, diarrhoea, rectal bleeding, fatigue, weight loss, constipation, fever, perennial fissures and loss of appetite.  Generally it’s a pretty crappy situation.  Failure to thrive is common in children with Crohn’s disease.

It’s crucial to get an accurate  diagnosis asap, because the symptoms of Crohn’s disease mimic many other disorders.  Despite much research, the causes of Crohn’s disease are largely unknown, but I suspect a lot of the problem has to do with stress, white flour ingredients (so in other words poor diet) and other poor lifestyle habits like smoking, medications, infections, intestinal permeability and appendectomy. Read the rest of this entry

Waffle Bread

Gluten Free Alternatives to bread!

Well they said it wouldn’t happen, but it has!  Waffle bread is on a come back.. People everywhere are asking for decent ‘waffle bread’ recipes… I’m really excited about this, because I have some!  Yep, I’ve got a few crackers that can be whipped up in no time, provided you have some basic ingredients available.  For starters, some cooked brown or white rice, so gluten free Self Raising flour or plain flour, some herbs and spices, some chopped vegetables, or grated vegetables.  Seasoning like herbal salts, curry powder, Cayenne pepper, chia seeds, sesame seeds and ground almond.  Oh the list goes on, however at the end of the day the best combination is the simplest one.  Less is more!

Waffle bread is so simple, and so practical to include in your weekly menu.  I wrote ‘What A Lot Of Waffle’ because I wanted to find a home for a compilation of Gluten free waffle bread recipes that I had collected.  I told myself that I would have the book together in no time, but it took longer than I expected.  Life gets in the way sometimes.  Hey the book is available now, and what a wonderful gift it would make for someone for Christmas or any time for that matter. Read the rest of this entry

Love Your Liver!

You have to love your liver, it works so hard for you.  Our livers are amazing.  Gosh without them we could not digest food, absorb nutrients or dispose of toxic substances from our bodies.  So protecting it does much to contribute to our overall health and wellbeing.
As the liver is the major organ for processing nutrients, metabolites, pollutants and excess hormones, it is essentially a ‘waste disposal’ unit for our bodies, all aspects of our health rely on the proper functioning of our liver.
The liver cleans the body’s blood supply of toxic substances by chemically processing them so they can be excreted from our systems.  It is also responsible for carbohydrate and protein metabolism as well as the blood lipo porteins (LDL and HDL) which regulate cholesterol, plus clotting factors and other substances crucial to proper blood functions.   Do you want to know how to love it?   Read the rest of this entry

Going Bananas!

Recently a friend emailed me and asked me for some recipes using bananas, as she had an abundance of them. I referred her to my book ‘MUFFIN MANIA’, as I have some good recipes in this book.  But, this request also prompted me to share some the recipes and benefits of the humble banana with all my new friends on my blog!

The banana is not only one of the oldest fruits known to mankind, Read the rest of this entry