APRIL GOAL

My goal for APRIL is to take 100 consecutive steps without touching anything WITH SHOES ON.

Today I worked on balance, coordination, making my leg muscles stronger, breathing…all things that can not be patented.

GOAL for April is 100 steps with shoes on.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

 

129 Steps!

I admit, I was in my stocking feet, I was not wearing shoes.   I read passages from the book, You The Healer, by J. Silva and R.B. Stone, and the book is so inspirational.

I will begin to walk with my shoes on.  Tomorrow, I go “Water Walking”.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

Improving Balance in 2 Ways

  1.  Today I did some simple exercises on land to help improve my balance and my leg muscle strength.  This helps to improve balance in one way.
  2. Another way that I am helping to improve “balance”  (financial as well as social) is to follow the medically unprofitable ways of Dr. Swank and Dr. Wahls, and to follow their diets .   I am also doing the really unprofitable thing that Bob Cafaro did,  I am working to cure the disease.  A cure is not profitable.  How can we make a cure profitable?

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

Progress

Each day I tell my children as they leave for school to “improve 3 things.”

What did I improve today?

  1.  I typed in “exercise to improve balance for MS patients” and found many videos.  (I found one video referring to Gluten as “poison”).
  2. I learned that movement and drinking warm, unsweetened, un caffeinated tea helps with regularity.
  3. On you tube and in my exercise class, I learned simple exercises, that I can do at home or at the office, when I have just a minute.  These exercises will help balance and leg strength.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

I Can Do This “I Can Walk”…

I have been thinking about what my son told me yesterday, about how my success depends on my effort each day, and you know, he is right.  I am past the hardest part, I have overcome the sugar addiction.  If I want to splurge, I will eat a spoonful of peanut butter, or almond butter, because almond butter has less saturated fat.

I go “water walking” tomorrow.

Tonight, I will practice my yoga and my deep breathing.  Today, I drank my 95oz of water and kept my diet.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

Good Day Today

I went to a family holiday dinner.

I drank 95oz of water today, I followed my diet, and two things…

  1.  A relative told me, as I walked across the dining room, “you are doing better!”
  2. I heard an excellent quote….”your success does not depend on how strong you are, it does not depend on how smart you are, it depends on your effort each day.”
This quote was told to me by my 11 yr. old son.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

Over 100 Steps!

Today I had two walking sessions, both in my stocking feet.  In the first, I took over 80 steps without touching anything and the 2nd was more than 100 continuous steps!  I was very tired at the end of session two and I had to use my wheeled walker to walk after all the exercise.  Next time, I will wear my shoes to prep (balance and leg muscle) for walking outside.

I also drank 95 oz of water and practiced breathing deeply.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

I Carried a Heavy Basket

  1.  I drank my 95oz of water today.
  2. I carried a heavy basket of clean laundry across the living room.  (About 10 or 12 steps)
  3. I stopped what I was doing at work every 30 minutes to stand, walk a little and to breathe deeply.

Just because it is not profitable does not mean it will not assist my healing.

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays!  I get the holidays confused.  I can not remember if Easter is the holiday where the kids wear costumes and run around and look for the candy that the  Rabbit has hid (to feed the sugar addiction), the kids wear costumes and ask for sugar (trick or treat!) or if the entire family gives thanks and tops the meal off with some cake or pie (sugar).  Remember, according to Pure, White and Deadly, sugar feeds cancer and per what Bob Cafaro did and what I am doing now, sugar prevents healing.

Happy Holidays!

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.

Achievement

Today, I did not feel good so I did NOT go “water walking”. I did achieve two things, however. 1. I increased my water intake to 95oz per day. (1 weigh about 190lbs.)
2. I put on shoes, that I wear outside, and began walking back and forth across the living room. My balance was off, but I think that wearing shoes is good practice for eventually walking outside.

“You do not lose until you give up.”

I am not a medical professional.

Please note, this blog is not medical advice, recommendation or the replacement for personal consultation from a licensed physician. This website is informational only.