Health knowledge made personal

jeanneg99

Prospect, Virginia
I'm a freelance writer, editor and marketing consultant focusing on health and wellness.  I write and editor for numerous websites on alternative health, diets, and more.  My blog explores the contradictory and sometimes crazy world of big pharma, big food, and such "duh"... Full Bio
› Share page:

Posts

Sort by: Most recent | Name
Making Healthy Choices a Sickness by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine So did you know that if you're a raw food diet follower....if you don't eat sugar, wheat or preservatives....you have a mental disorder? It's true. It's got to be tru ... Read on »
Taco Bell Sued Over Meat That's Just 35 Percent Beef - FoxNews.com by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I was just about to log off for the holiday weekend when I spotted this gem of a news story - and gagged: Taco Bell Sued Over Meat That's Just 35 Percent Beef - FoxNews ... Read on »
Chicago school bans homemade lunches, the latest in national food fight - Yahoo! News by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine File this under "What the ???" Apparently school bureaucrats now believe they can FEED your kid better than you can. That's right. Remember the fuss a while ago becaus ... Read on »
Victoria Inness-Brown's Aspartame Experiment by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I came across Victoria Inness-Brown's research a while ago when I was researching the effects of aspartame. I believe I found her site through Dr. Janet Starr Hull, another ... Read on »
Weird Food Additives by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine Oh my gosh. My friend and colleague, Marye Audet, has researched all those weird additives on the food labels. You know, the ones you can't pronounce. Turns out there's ... Read on »
North Carolina SB 31 bill seeks to turn healers into felons; but the health freedom backlash has... by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine Dem's fightin' words! Read this very strong argument from Mike Adams, founder of Natural News, who seems absolutely foaming-at-the-mouth angry at the constant push to ... Read on »
Genius at Kaiser Permanente by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I'm no fan of big insurance companies, but this article in the New York Times today had me applaud Kaiser Permanente.  Click here to read the whole thing:  Kaiser Permanente ... Read on »
Why Can My Mechanic Give Me an Estimate But Not the Laboratory? by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine Here's a riddle for you.  Why is it that everywhere else in life BUT health care, you can get a complete estimate of services before you agree to the service - but with heal ... Read on »
FDA Now Looking at Link Between Food Dyes and Hyperactivity in Children by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine When will we learn? - see the article below. FDA examines link between food dyes, hyperactivity - Yahoo! News The more highly processed a food, the more junk is thro ... Read on »
Healthy Living - 10 Things Learned by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I have enjoyed Meghan Telpner's blog and her book, The Healthy Cookie Unbaked, which chronicles how she healed herself from all sorts of sickness. Meghan was diagnosed with ... Read on »
Is the Hidden Unfermented Soy in Your Foods Contributing to Illness? by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine This is another terrific article from Dr. Joseph Mercola, M.D. Soy is touted as a health food, but the soy found in many processed foods is a far, far cry from soy original ... Read on »
Motivation Through Goal Setting by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I may be in the minority, but I'm the type of person who is very motivated by goals.  I need a big, scary, seemingly unattainable goal to get myself motivated. Put me in fro ... Read on »
Monkeys Fattened Up to Study Human Obesity - NYTimes.com by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine This study makes me shake my head. First, I feel sorry - really sorry - for the monkeys. Mostly because monkeys are social animals and keeping them in individual cages thei ... Read on »
Herbs for Medical Use - LoveToKnow Herbs by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I wanted to share my latest article on Herbs with you. This is a slideshow with tons of pictures of herbs for medicinal use. You can learn more about the very basic herbs ... Read on »
What Is It with Buffets? by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine So what is it with buffets and feeling full? Even if I don't pig out, I still feel very stuffed after enjoying food from fellowship hour.  Each year, our church hosts a ... Read on »
Joint Formula | Joint Support Supplements by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine This is an excellent post and video from Dr. Joseph Mercola, M.D., in which he give you several practical, simple ways to improve joint health. Unfortunately even though I ... Read on »
Strokes are rising fast among young, middle-aged by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine This article today on Yahoo reports that strokes are on the rise not among the elderly, the population we traditionally think of when we think of strokes, but among people a ... Read on »
Starting with a Clean Slate by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine Once again, I find myself pushing the mental restart button and focusing anew on my 50 raw diet.  What happens?  I don't fall off the wagon with a thump.  I stray, gently at ... Read on »
Create a Backyard Bird Sanctuary: Attracting Wild Birds to the Garden by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I lingered for a few minutes today with my mug of hot tea, watching the birds on the feeder in the garden. I've always loved wild birds. Some of my earliest memories are of ... Read on »
Worst Sandwiches In America by jeanneg99 Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I'm not a sandwich person. Maybe it goes back to those awful grammar school days at Our Lady of Victory in the hot, never air-conditioned lunchroom that smelled like frankfu ... Read on »