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Jessica Knap 15 Jul 2020 04:06 AM

Lucy Teear

Lucy Teear 15 Jul 2020 12:58 PM

Hey Jessica, I'm one of the HTS coaches. I had this for a while many years ago and found it frustrating and also painful! Here's a few tips: Oil pull every morning (great for oral hygiene and exercises the mouth). Massage the jaw area using an essential oil a few times a day, I would use: Young Livings Wintergreen (dilute in an oil). And exercise it. Big Loves Xxx 

 

kelsea carter 13 Jul 2020 01:06 AM

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Hayley Weatherburn

Hayley Weatherburn 13 Jul 2020 11:45 AM

Hi Kelsea! Congratulations on doing 12 days already! That is no easy feet! It can be a plethora of ups and downs!

I have done a few extended fasts - 10, 20, 30 and even a 40 day juice fasts.. and the one I did last was a 21 day Water fast.

Really, you just have to listen to your own body and see how you are feeling. One thing that it did affect was my period always skipped when I was fasting. Something quite natural as the body is so focused on healing and cleaning it up that it doesnt waste energy. It also "thinks" you are in a famine which isn't an ideal time to get pregnant for your health. My period has always gone back to normal after I finished fasting.

Well done with what you have done and just stay in tune with your body...Good Luck!

Colleen Binks

Colleen Binks 13 Jul 2020 01:19 PM

Well done Kelsea,

this is an amazing achievement. I have only heard Tyler say that he does not recommend more than 28 days on a water fast for women. Other coaches please correct me if I am wrong. Water fasting is really intense on the body and as a women’s menstrual cycle is 28 days it is not recommended to go over that time on water only. With juices it’s a lot gentler on the body.

Thanks

Coach Colleen

kelsea carter 13 Jul 2020 03:41 PM

Wow, Thank you both so much!

Hayley <3 I appreciate it!  I have had no idea what my life will look like from hour to hour... lol ... I've pretty much decided this is my hobby for the month + to just enjoy it.  It's been so rewarding to watch all the tiny things and big things shift in my life.   Thank you for that note... I thought it might have to do with that.  Good to know!  I don't mind it going away for a little while.  I will aim to stay in tune with my body!  xo!

 

Colleen!  I apreciate that note, as I was realizing that after I sent this message.  I am not there yet, so that's good then.  I will keep learning as I go and listen to my body.  Thank you so much! xo!

Jessica Knap 11 Jul 2020 04:47 PM

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Hayley Weatherburn

Hayley Weatherburn 13 Jul 2020 12:05 PM

Hi Jessica, I eat lots of lentils, chickpeas and beans which I believe have a good level of iron in them... I am not a scientist but I have good energy on them... hope that helps

Colleen Binks

Colleen Binks 13 Jul 2020 01:06 PM

Hi Jessica,

so green leafy vegetables is a great source of iron. You absorb all nutrients from your small intestine however most people have layers of mucous in the intestine from eating meat, dairy and sugar. This mucous layer prevents absorption. A colon cleanse or raw food diet will help to break down this mucous. Also, you need Vit C to absorb iron so you may need to look at that. Overall, the easiest source is HTS greens as it is easy to absorb and has all your daily nutrient needs.

Thanks

Coach Colleen

Nadja Punia

Nadja Punia 15 Jul 2020 11:47 AM

What Hayley and Colleen are saying and also look into Organic Black Strap Molassess and taking 1 or 2 spoonfuls a day should boost your iron levels x

Nishita Thamman 11 Jul 2020 10:57 AM

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Hayley Weatherburn

Hayley Weatherburn 13 Jul 2020 12:08 PM

Hi Nishita, just wanted to reach out and say that must be tough for her. I believe there are definitely ways to minimise it so that it doesn't rear its ugly face! One of our coaches could definitely help out if you want to contact them for a free 15 minute chat.. here is the link: https://www.healthyself.co/book-your-wellness-consultation/

Ophelie Braga

Ophelie Braga 13 Jul 2020 01:21 PM

Hi Nishita, a lot of my clients have skin issues including Eczema. It is very likely to be relatd with kidney weakness which she will need to nurture. It can often be linked to backd up intestines. I would love to have a 15 min free wellness consultation with her https://bit.ly/HTSBOOKME

Colleen Binks

Colleen Binks 13 Jul 2020 01:22 PM

Hi Nishita

yes Eczema can be caused by congestion in a number of areas. To identify which area's need the most attention it would be best to see a coach

Thanks

Coach Colleen

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Heal Thy Self Team 10 Jul 2020 11:22 AM

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Colleen Binks

Colleen Binks 13 Jul 2020 01:33 PM

Hi

that must be very frightening for you and your family. Heal thy self-have had success with different cancer's. The diet change is definitely a great start. Working with a naturopath is great however sometimes the body cannot absorb vital nutrients as the small intestine is not working correctly. I recommend you see a coach here is my link https://www.healthyself.co/colleenkerr/  However all the HTS coaches are amazing. Book a free 15 minute wellness assessment with any of us and then you will have a better idea about how we work.

my heart is with you x

Coach Colleen

Nadja Punia

Nadja Punia 15 Jul 2020 11:51 AM

This must be so tough for you. I can't even imagine what you are currently going through. Definitely make sure to build a sound support network around you and trust your intuition. Working with a HTS Coach will certainly help you get some clarity around certain issues. Wishing you, your son and your family all the very best xx

Nadja Punia

Nadja Punia 15 Jul 2020 11:58 AM

And look up this amazing story of Drew Woodland https://cancercompassalternateroute.com/testimonials/stage-4-neuroblastoma-of-a-child-healed-with-natural-therapies/ who healed from Stage 4 Neuroblastoma through diet and supplementaion. Instead of supplements I personally would replace every meal with high quality nutrition and would only reach out to wholefood supplements that don't come with synthetic fillers etc. Keep the faith x

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Heal Thy Self Team 09 Jul 2020 10:11 AM

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Heal Thy Self Team

Heal Thy Self Team 09 Jul 2020 10:11 AM

Comfrey poultice on the break, unless it's plastered, then make a tea with fresh comfrey, but only for 2 weeks. Comrfrey's old-fashioned name is Knitbone..

Heal Thy Self Team

Heal Thy Self Team 09 Jul 2020 10:11 AM

Make a tea of comfrey. Pulverise (with a meat tenderiser) a couple of leaves and then steep in hot water for 15 mins, add some honey (to make it palatable) and drink 3 times day. But only for the first 2 weeks.

Also eat as much celery as he likes...have it with nut butters and some of Chef Cynthia's Pro-B:
https://healthyselfstore.com/products/my-pro-b?_pos=1...

Tamara Ihnen

Tamara Ihnen 14 Jul 2020 05:50 AM

As mentioned above Celery!
Juiced or raw, however he likes it. 
Sending love & light for a speedy recovery x

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