NATURAL HEALTH TECHNIQUES NEWSLETTER
June, 2006 Volume 2 No. 6
(Please note that full names are never used in this newsletter or on my website without the full consent of the sender or client. Some cases also encompass groupings of cases with similar symptoms and suggestions for healing in an attempt to educate the general public.)
In This Issue:
- Health In the News: Nitrites in Drinking Water, Vitamin D and Congestive Heart Failure, Padgett’s Breast Cancer
- What’s New on the Website? A Woman for James, How to Keep Cats off Counters, How to Use White Oak Bark Powder, 8 New Ezine Articles posted
- Ask Dr. Moffat: High Red Cell Counts-What Causes That?
- Product of the Month: Coming Next Month—Eat Your Eggs!
- Media Reviews: Straight from the Horses Mouth by Amelia Kincaid
- Tips and Tricks for a Healthier Life: Using Muscle-Testing to Prioritize
- Healthy Recipes: Grilled Chicken Fajitas
- Client Testimonials: First Appt. and Emotional Clearing, Clearer skin and rosacea going away, Chronic Diarrhea and Acid Reflux Resolving, Best Dog Spay I’ve Ever Seen, Dogs now demanding raw veggies
- Inspiration & Perspective: A Perspective on Stress Management
- What’s New at Our House? The Chicken Coop is done!
- Local Events: Fun at MaryJane Butter’s Farm, Jim Johnson Reiki I and II Class
Health In the News:
Pregnant Women, Infants Must Avoid Endicott Water. Bottled Water Only Safe Choice In City by Staff Reporter for the Moscow-Pullman Daily News 6/10-11/06.
Summary: Pregnant women and families with infants should avoid drinking the city tap water in Endicott until further notice because the nitrate levels are in excess of Federal EPA standards (which is 10ppm.) Nitrate poisoning symptoms can develop within days of drinking affected water. Nitrates affect the red blood cells by disrupting oxygen availability which leads to blue baby syndrome. Boiling water will not reduce the nitrate level. This is one of those things that needs to be filtered out with a good whole-house water system or reverse osmosis filter (which does not include water filters like Brita).
Where do we get the nitrates? Through applying fecal material or ammonia fertilizers to the fields, and from run off from feedlots and septic tanks. When the plant can’t take up the amount applied, the excess runs off and enters our water system. One study found that 9% of all wells in the United States had detectable nitrates in the water. Nitrates are high in all farm areas, especially in the spring to early summer and then again in the fall.
To read more about water facts, go to my handout under the Basics of Health: /BasicsofHealth/water_basics1.htm
Vitamin D Supplementation Helps Those with Congestive Heart Failure
A recent study shows that vitamin D supplementation can help those people suffering from congestive heart failure (CHF). Ninety three individuals with CHF took part in the study. The subjects who were given vitamin D showed a much greater anti-inflammatory response than those subjects who were given a placebo. This shows great promise as CHF patients typically have a high concentration of pro-inflammatory cytokines in their bloodstream. More research in this area will help to confirm these findings. For details, go to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 83, No. 4, 754-759, April, 2006.
I received an email about a nipple problem. This woman has passed over, but her email campaign continues. Padgett’s Disease is a rare form of breast cancer on the outside of the breast on the nipple and aureole. It first appears as a rash, which later becomes a lesion with a crusty outer edge.
She said, “My nipple never seemed any different to me, but the rash bothered me, so I went to the doctor for that. Sometimes, it itched and was sore, but other than that it didn’t bother me. It was just ugly and a nuisance, and could not be cleared up with all the creams prescribed by my doctor and dermatologist for the dermatitis on my eyes just prior to this outbreak. They seemed a little concerned but did not warn me it could be cancerous.”
Now, I suspect not many women out there know a lesion or rash on the nipple or aureole can be breast cancer. It can start out as a single red pimple on the aureole. One of the biggest problems with Padgett’s disease of the nipple is that the symptoms appear to be harmless. It is frequently thought to be a skin inflammation or infection, leading to unfortunate delays in detection and care. What are symptoms of Padgett’s cancer?
- A persistent redness, oozing, and crusting of usually just one nipple causing it to itch and burn.
- A sore on your nipple that will not heal.
How is it diagnosed? Your doctor should do a physical exam and should suggest having a mammogram of both breasts. Do this immediately. Also request a biopsy to check the cells out. Your doctor will discuss the options if the biopsy comes back showing cancer, but may or may not include alternative treatments. To read more about the core causes of cancer and some alternative treatments, go to my Cancer Handout at: /SpecificDiseases/cancer1.htm
What’s New on the Website:
I promised a friend at work that I’d help him manifest his dream girl. After interviewing, compiling, editing, clarifying and building a webpage for him on my site, I registered him for three dating services. He hasn’t yet had any feedback from the sites, so please put some positive energy toward the manifestation of his dreams. You can read about finding The Perfect Woman for James’ at: /CoachingCorner/AWomanForJames.htm
I posted the step-by-step instructions on how to use the White Oak Bark Powder for gingivitis in the Techniques section of the site: /SpecificDiseases/gingivitis_periodontitis_pyorrhea.htm
And under the Vet Stuff Section, I wrote up my favorite behavior technique for keeping cats off the counter: /Veterinary_Stuff/keeping_cats_off_counter.htm
I posted eight more new articles on www.ezinearticles.com. Here are the summaries of those articles:
Gingivitis, Periodontitis, Receding Gums: A Gum Surgeon’s Worst $2.65 Nightmare
As I tell my clients about White Oak Bark powder, “You know those TV commercials advertising Copenhagen chew? Just a little between the teeth and gums.” Here’s a cheap, easy, fast and effective treatment for gingivitis, periodontitis and receding gums that works for even the toughest case. What have you got to lose?Grilled Chicken Fajitas- Cyrus O’Leary Style
I love Chicken Fajitas. I order them everywhere I go that has them. Cyrus O’Leary’s in Spokane, WA have the best ones I’ve ever tasted, so over the years I’ve asked, “What’s in these?” and I’ve taken the bits and pieces of information and after many tries have recreated them in my kitchen. I think I’ve finally got this one down. Here it is… Cat Facts
Did you know that cats are either right or left-handed, can run up to 31 miles per hour, that they like their food at room temperature (the temperature of freshly-killed prey), that they have a territory of 150 acres, that they only spend 30% of their time awake, and that each square inch of their coat contains 150,000 hairs? You do now. Here are more facts on cats. Muscle-Testing and Applied Kinesiology: Uses and Tips on How to Use it
Over the years I have answered numerous questions about muscle testing, how it is used, how to make it more accurate, how people misuse it, and what things to pay attention to. This is the culmination of all those questions including categories such as how to get the most accurate answer, how to use muscle testing in the areas of healing, animals, gardening, organizing, gift choices, dieting, allergy testing and in the area of spirituality.Sinus, Tooth and Eye Problem Self-Help
The most effective technique that I know of for sinus, tooth and eye problems is the hot/cold soak. This one is an easy, effective, cheap treatment that you can do at home. It helps for allergies, bacterial, fungal or viral infections, abscesses, ear infections and anything else associated with the head where many prescription drugs fail to penetrate quickly.Total Body Detoxification Tips and Tricks You Can Do At Home
Disease happens through poor eating habits, overwork, stuffing your emotions, eating too many cooked foods, too much sugar, salt, caffeine, drugs, vaccines, tension, depression, lack of proper rest, lack of exercise, environmental contamination of the air/water/food and the retention of metabolic wastes (constipation). The only effective way to “cure” disease is to eliminate the causes. The body should be cleansed in this order: Bowels, liver, kidneys, blood and lymph. Natural Hay Fever and Allergy Treatments: Nettles
Tired of taking over-the-counter treatments and medications for your allergies? Ready to try the natural route? Here’s one suggestion for hay fever symptoms.
Alternative Allergy and Hay Fever Treatments: Allergy Nosodes
“Can I get another bottle of this? I’m out, it works great, and allergy season is here.” My clients ask, as they hold up the tell-tale little brown bottle with its yellow label. I’m talking about allergy nosodes-one of the secret weapons for allergy season in high-quality naturopathic practices. [June 19, 2006 12:45:24 pm]
Ask Dr. Moffat:
From Ken: Dr. Moffat…my wife was told by our family physician that her red blood cell count was too high. Can you tell us in laymen’s terms what this condition might mean?
Answer: It could mean a lot of things. Did he/she say what the individual cells looked like? Are they all the same size, different sizes, or are some smaller than normal? The spleen may not be recycling the cells properly, the kidneys may be making too much angiotensin, (a hormone that stimulates production of the cells,) her body may be needing more oxygen or not getting enough oxygen due to some kind of disease, or maybe you live at a high altitude and her body sensed that it needed more cells because the body was not getting enough oxygen (more cells/more oxygen availability). Then again, maybe she has some kind of copper storage disease (a condition called hemochromocytosis.) That seems to be common these days and I know some people (who are not open to holistic balancing of any kind) that need to go into the doctor once a week to have some of their blood sucked out so they won’t be at high risk for developing clots.
Those are the things that come up, but without a phone consultation to ask more questions, it would be difficult to clarify the exact cause and suggest a treatment. One product that I’ve seen work well for these cases over the years is Pine Bark derived Pychnogenol. Often, the underlying cause of too many cells is a lack of antioxidants, but we would have to determine WHY the body is needing more antioxidants.
The body always responds to a stimulus. There is always a reason for the response. My job is to figure out the core cause and suggest lifestyle changes to turn these cases around.
Media Review: Straight From the Horse’s Mouth by Amelia Kincaid
This month’s book review is a fun one. I really liked the book, and loved all the lists of questions to ask your pets and the exercises in the book set up to enhance your intuition, so I decided to do one of the exercises and talk to my own cat, Dagney. When I asked the first question, though, she said to me, “I don’t have to do your bidding.”
Your bidding? What kind of verbiage is that!? Well, Miss Queen of Sheba—I’ll just find some other cat to talk to then. So, I did the next best thing and used a cat in my practice that seemed to always have things to say to me. I relaxed on our bed, took a few cleansing breaths and had my list of questions ready. I put forth the energy toward open communication and I asked Sherman if he’d like to be interviewed today. Here’s how the interview went: (My questions in italics, his answers in quotes.)
Sherman, which food is your favorite food? “I like canned cat food, especially tuna –and at room temperature.
What is your favorite toy? “I like the red angled rubber ball that’s hollow in the center.” (I later shared this interview with Sherman’s owner. She said he has loved hollow caged balls in the past, but she hadn’t seen that toy for quite some time.)
What do you think about all the birds around your house? “Must get them,” He said. “but the neighbor chases me away. I don’t like him.”
Why are you not using your litter box? “It could use more cleaning. I don’t like standing in chunks. It’s in a good place though. I’m marking over a cleaning agent and my back hurts so it’s hard to get into and out of the box.” Thanks, Sherman. That will be helpful for your mom when she brings you in next time. Now, what do you like to use to sharpen your claws on? “I like to sharpen my claws on upright things. I especially like the feel of Berber carpet.”
Do you really understand what I’m saying to you? “Of course!” (At this point I really didn’t believe that I had made actual contact and that the answers I was hearing in my head were real, but I figured I’d get through Amelia’s list of questions to see where it would take me. At least I could say I did the exercise.)
Do you like catnip? “I can take it or leave it.” He said.
Do you like climbing trees? “I don’t like to because it’s too hard to get down.” (He is a bit portly—about 4 pounds overweight. Maybe I’m influencing the answers?)
What do you love? “Humans. I LOVE humans. . . and sunshine. I like being out at night in the moon. It feels like skinny dipping naked in human feelings.”
Would you like a companion? “I like little dogs, but I don’t want a Daschund. I’d like something around 10-15 pounds. Something with longer hair.”
Do you like having sounds in the house when mom is at work? “Television noise sometimes annoys me. Mom has the TV too loud at times. I’m liking peace and quiet best, especially when I’m sitting in front of a window.”
Do you like cars? “I’m afraid of cars. Cars are non-thinking animals.”
How does it make you feel when your mom is upset, anxious or angry? (A common occurrence with this owner.) “Oh, I don’t like that—at all. I try to clam her down, but there is no helping her. She has to wear out of it to forget being anxious. Her talking comforts me. No one sounds like her. I love her.”
What about when she’s late coming home from work? “She always tries to make excuses for being late. I don’t buy them.”
What is the meaning of life Sherman? “Interaction and relationship.”
Where do you go when you leave your body? “High up in the trees so I can look down.” (Cat’s leave their bodies I’m thinking? What kind of a question is this?)
What do you dream about? Driving a red truck, catching goldfish in a fish bowl. . .the usual stuff.”
What do roses smell like? How about Pine trees? Your yard? “Heavenly. You know, people should take more time out to get in touch with their environment. You don’t really know what you’re missing until you really tune in.”
Where do you like to be petted most? “I like my chest scratched. It tickles. That’s why I try to use my back feet. I like all the other places, too, like the chin, my ears, and tail base. My back hurts a little bit around the bottom of the ribcage. My litter box is too high to jump into and it tweaks it right now. I’ll get over it in a week or two. I don’t like being patted on my back. I love sleeping with mom. I love feeling her breath on my face. I watch her sleep.” (He’s really getting into this interview now! Geez!)
What’s your favorite thing to do? “I like chasing my toys. I especially like the ones dangled on a string.”
What kind of music do you like? “Jazz.”
Do you want to hear more of it, like when your mom is at work? “No.”
Do you visit the human neighbors? “Oh yes. One woman feeds me soft tidbits. I like her. I make my rounds in the neighborhood and have lots of cat friends—even a dog or two. One little gray dog in particular I like.” (This was later verified by Sherman’s mom.)
How big is your territory? “Several blocks, but I don’t visit the whole territory every day.”
Do you have a curfew? “Oh yes. Around 10 p.m.” (This was also verified.)
Do you have a mate? “I wish…”
Can you see spirits on the other side? “Yes. I especially see people. A woman hangs out with us a lot. She knows mom and is related to her. She helps her with her cooking.” (Apparently this was “mom’s” grandmother who lived in Iran and always loved cats. They cooked outside in communal areas and she was always seen sitting and petting the cats and giving them some of her own food.)
Are there any health problems we need to attend to? “You’ll find them with your exam. I need some raw fish occasionally, some calcium, iron, zinc, and something to repair my nervous system.” (I found the places in his back that were subluxated and we put them back in. He also tested on one supplement which had all the minerals he said he needed!)
Do you have a thyroid problem? (Another vet had diagnosed this the previous month.) “No.”
Thanks for talking with me today, Sherman. I knew I could count on you. (Head nod.)
And that was the end of my first exercise in talking to animals using Amelia’s lists contained in her book. Amelia also gives workshops. I’d like to take one some day, but right now we’ve got to catch up after spending all our extra funds building our chicken coop this last month. . .
Tricks and Tips for a Healthier Life:
Tricks on handling stress: When I feel rushed and on overwhelm, I write down all the things I need to accomplish on a list—every little and big thing I can think of.
I then ask my Guides to help me prioritize.
I muscle test down the list asking, “What is the best use of my time? What will serve the highest good for humanity? What is best in alignment with my own soul purpose?
Then I start numbering 1 through however many items there are. You will come up with a blank every now and then. It is during these times when I realize that I have missed something on the list, so I leave a blank space for that and move on, continuing to prioritize.
The next thing I have learned over time is that I will continue to be on overwhelm until I ask, “Now, how much time am I to spend on these things TODAY? And, how many things should I focus on today.” Then I’m off and running and can concentrate more because I know the Universe has things under control even though I don’t.
Healthy Recipe: Grilled Chicken Fajitas-Cyrus O’Leary Style
From the Kitchen of Dr. Denice Moffat
I love Chicken Fajitas. I order them everywhere I go that has them. Cyrus O’Leary’s in Spokane, WA have the best ones I’ve ever tasted, so over the years I’ve asked, “What’s in these?” and I’ve taken the bits and pieces of information and after many tries have recreated them in my kitchen. I think I’ve finally got this one down. Here it is…
- 4 cups Onion —I use Bermuda or Walla Walla Sweet onions
- 4 Green Peppers—Omit this ingredient for those who have fibromyalgia
- 1 Boneless, skinless Chicken Breast cut in thin slices cross-grain to the muscle fibers
- 3/4 cup Nellie and Joe’s Key West Lime Juice (it’s sulfite-free)
- 1 Tbls. Wrights Concentrated All Natural Hickory Liquid Smoke Seasoning
- 1 1/2 cups Christian Brothers Dry Sherry
- 2 Tea. Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
Mix all together and put into a Zip-Lock Baggie to marinade overnight. Flip the bag over occasionally.
Condiments: (Prepare in advance)
- 2 cups Lettuce, shredded (Iceberg lettuce has NO nutritional value.)
- 1 1/2 cups Colby/Jack Cheese, shredded
- 2 cups Tomato, chopped into ¼ inch chunks
- 4 Tbls. Shallots or Green Onions, chopped
- 1 Fresh Lime cut into slices to drizzle over the top of each fajita
- ¾ cup. Sour Cream
- ¾ cup. Guacamole (see recipe for Guacamole under Bean Burgers)
- Your favorite Salsa
- 8-12 Flour or Corn Tortillas, 8 inch
- 1 Tbls. Olive Oil (for the Grill)
Heat grill to 400 degrees. I use an electric pancake griddle. Once heated, spread about 1 Tbls. Olive Oil onto it and let it heat. Drain the fluid from the Chicken/Onion/Green Pepper mixture and set aside. Grill until the Onions are caramelized (brown), about 12 minutes, then add a bit more of the marinade liquid and cook a couple minutes longer. Scoop into a large bowl and serve with hot tortillas and cold condiments. Makes about two fajitas per person. Serves 4-5.
We use the left-over fajita filling to top our salads.
And if you really want to get fancy, you can purchase a cast-iron fajita platter and serve them sizzling hot! I just love that sound…
From Sandra: I wanted to let you know I thought that was one of the coolest appointments I’ve ever had and I would like to do it again. . .I realize I have stuffed my emotions so deep for so many years that I have a lot that needs cleared. . .I think the body work I do starts to bring it out but then I’m not sure how to process it so I have a tendency to stuff it back in. . .anyhoo, I really enjoyed talking to you and I think what you do is awesome!!!
To Sandra from me: Thanks! I will say that the process has totally shifted my own life. Can’t say enough good things about it and I’m always in awe of what comes through and the perfection of it. Make your “hit list” and we can do more clearing when you feel ready. That may go in spurts. It does for me. I have a special folder of all those yucky things from the past that I seem to replay in my mind. When I feel strong or motivated I take the folder and bang through as many items as I feel I can.
From Barb: Hi Denice, nice to hear from you. I am doing well. In fact, my husband and I both have seen a noticeable change in the skin on my face, arms, and legs. My legs had been so dry they were peeling all the time and lotion only helped for a small while. My arms were always very red and rough from my wrists to my elbows. My face had rosacea, and all are smooth and so much improved without using lotion! We did start taking flax oil and a fish oil capsule every day about 2 weeks ago along with our other supplements. I did go to the doc and he said I was VERY low in potassium (he took the blood test 3 months ago and never offered any advice). So I am taking a potassium supplement for the next 2 months. My blood pressure has been good and my heart rate has been between 86 and 97 the last 4 days – much better than 103 to 116. It is still a challenge to get in all the veggies and fruit everyday, but am doing very good at it, I think. We have been walking 30 – 40 minutes at least 5 days a week. Thanks you again so much for your help. Also believe giving up NutraSweet (especially diet soda) has been a plus. I just drink a couple cups of coffee daily (sometimes 3) and water. Sometimes juice too. I highly recommend anyone with screwed up emotions, as well as physical challenges, contact you or someone like you. Hope you are not sorry you asked!! Probably didn’t expect an essay. Have a great weekend. Barb
From Milt and Bev: (Chronic explosive diarrhea case) We are doing fine here. Milton seems to be making progress. No signs of the diarrhea and only minor heartburn a couple of times. He said he walked all the way to the upper barn the day before yesterday without stopping and usually it takes a couple of stops for the blood flow to catch up. Our biggest challenge now is to learn our foods and the changes at the grocery store but we are working on it. Milt said he was done this morning with the veg. carbo. (little white pills) and he is keeping track of the rest. He is all out to letting you make him feel better and is telling others about it. Will keep in touch. Bev.
From April: Did I mention both dogs now demand broccoli and carrots?
And the final Testimony. . .I LOVE doing cat and dog spays and neuters. It’s the only part of my regular veterinary practice that I truly missed. I believe that’s why I manifested a job on Thursdays down at the Lewis-Clark Animal Shelter only doing spays and neuters. Here’s a testimony from an owner whose dog I spayed. This is the first testimony like this I’ve ever received in writing over the last 17 years. Since I believe everyone should be doing what they love, I’m including it in the client testimonies as proof that you can manifest what you intend if you concentrate and focus on it.
From Aaron, Rina, Sara (our other boxer) and Lilly. “We would like to express our gratitude for doing such an excellent job with Lilly on May 18. She barely had any pain and the incision is completely healed now. It looks wonderful and hardly noticeable. I must say this is the best spay I have ever seen. When I took my other boxer in to be spayed at another clinic a few years ago, the incision did not look nearly this good. Although, she of course cannot speak, she seemed to enjoy her time with your staff and when she came home she had no side effects…besides a little nausea but that passed quickly. Thank you.”
Inspiration/Perspectives: A Perspective on Stress Management
From Carol: A lecturer, when explaining stress management to an audience, raised a glass of water and asked, “How heavy is this glass of water?” Answers called out ranged from 20g to 500g. The lecturer replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t matter. It depends on how long you try to hold it. If I hold it for a minute, that’s not a problem. If I hold it for an hour, I’ll have an ache in my right arm. If I hold it for a day, you’ll have to call an ambulance. In each case, it’s the same weight, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes.”
He continued, “And that’s the way it is with stress management. If we carry our burdens all the time, sooner or later, as the burden becomes increasingly heavy, we won’t be able to carry on. As with the glass of water, you have to put it down for a while and rest before holding it again. When we’re refreshed, we can carry on with the burden.”
“So, before you return home tonight, put the burden of work down. Don’t carry it home. You can pick it up tomorrow. Whatever burdens you’re carrying now, let them down for a moment if you can.” “Relax; pick them up later after you’ve rested. Life is short. Enjoy it!”
And then he shared some ways of dealing with the burdens of life:
Always read stuff that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.
If you can’t be kind, at least have the decency to be vague.
It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning
Nobody cares if you can’t dance well. Just get up and dance.
The second mouse gets the cheese.
When everything’s coming your way, you’re in the wrong lane.
You may be only one person in the world, but you may also be the world to one person.
Some mistakes are too much fun to only make once.
We could learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are pretty and some are dull. Some have weird names, and all are different colors, but they all have to live in the same box.
“A truly happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery on a detour.’
What’s New at Our House?
It’s been a particularly wet May and June here in Moscow, Idaho. In between rain showers though, we’ve managed to build our chicken coop. We purchased six Certified Organic laying hens (the maximum allowed within the City limits of Moscow—3/person) from a friend who is liquidating some of her stock. I’ll be putting up pictures of the yard and our chicken coop next month after I figure out how to use the digital camera that I’ve now had for eight years.
We’ve had “The Girls” for a week now, and are getting about 2-6 eggs/day. Every time I look out the window from my workroom I get to see an eye blast of beauty. It’s fabulous. I just can’t believe how lucky I am, and so grateful for having a place as wonderful as this is.
Michael and I volunteered our time at the annual Walk ‘n Wag down in Lewiston on June 10th. I’ve never seen so many Daschunds in one place before in my life. They were all there for the Daschund races. I made an Indian grass-dancer costume for my God puppy, Chester complete with a headdress. He proudly wore it the entire walk. We then manned the children’s area booths and watched about 100 balloons being blown up, a thousand lizards flying through the air and several hundred milk bottles and ducks being blasted out of their space with soft balls. What a hoot. I was hoarse for two days. All the kids were polite and they waited their turns so respectfully. I’ve never seen that happen before. Usually there is an occasional fight. Not even the dogs fought. . .and there were a lot of dogs there besides Daschunds.
On June 17th I volunteered at the vaccine clinic at Pets Are People, Too. The funds went toward neutering cats in the local smaller towns that are not supported by veterinarians. Vaccination clinics are always fun.
Open House at MaryJane’s Farm. Saturday and Sunday the first weekend in July. Read more on that here: www.MaryJanesFarm.com
From Jim Johnson: Thanks for adding me to your healers list. I appreciate that. My Reiki schedule is Reiki I July 22 at The Orchard Studio, 10am to 5pm and Reiki II July 23 from 10am to 5pm. Cost is $90 if paid in advance and $100 at the door from 9am to 6pm. Contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Dr. Denice Moffat is a practicing naturopath, medical intuitive, and veterinarian working on the family unit (which includes humans and animals) through her phone consultation practice established in 1993. She has a content-rich website at www.NaturalHealthTechniques.com and this free newsletter.
That’s it for this month! Be healthy! Denice
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