B.C. plus 9 by Liz Saunders

You will recall that 9 days ago, at 6:20 a.m. (in accordance with Witchy Woman’s instructions) I took my dose of B.C.  I was hoping to report back on changes or experiences but there’s been little to report. I had no idea what to expect – which is probably a good thing because I haven’tContinue reading “B.C. plus 9 by Liz Saunders”

B.C plus 3 by Liz Saunders

Wow, I did not sleep well Friday night.    Sometimes my Restless Leg Syndrome actually affects my back – don’t ask me how – and I end up with back twitchies.  Not sure if I was over tired or this has anything to do with B.C.  In any event, I slept on a golf ball forContinue reading “B.C plus 3 by Liz Saunders”

B.C. plus 2

Nothing much seems to be happening so far, other than I finally caught the cold that’s been chasing me all week. Not sure if no obvious change is a good thing or a bad thing, but it’s a thing. My left thumb might not be as painful as it has been – or is itContinue reading “B.C. plus 2”

Day 1 after B.C. by Liz Saunders

The journey starts here.  It’s day 1. I watched the sky lighten this morning, just before dawn, looking for what I thought might be the right moment …and at 6:20 a.m., I decided…this is it. After a very late night last night (what the heck did I think I was doing when I volunteered to be onContinue reading “Day 1 after B.C. by Liz Saunders”

Naturopath or Witchy Woman? by Liz Saunders

My journey continues with the CCNM but now I’m not sure whether I’m dealing with the Witchy Woman that the Eagles sang about all those years ago or not.  She definitely has black hair and today makes me wonder. But let me digress.  I mentioned in a previous post that I wasn’t sure why IContinue reading “Naturopath or Witchy Woman? by Liz Saunders”

Going the Naturopath Route when conventional medicine doesn’t seem to help

Many years ago, a nutritionist, Louisa,  said to me “I can help you with your arthritis”.  Sure enough, she changed my diet (for life) and I went from incapable of walking to the corner store, to running the Toronto Marathon – supplement, anti-inflammatory and pain killer free – the change taking less than eight months. Continue reading “Going the Naturopath Route when conventional medicine doesn’t seem to help”