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Lisa LaMendola

Denver, Colorado
So what qualifies me to help you about get well? First of all, I'm a . This means I can see inside your body and tell you what is wrong with you, what could happen to your body in the near future, how best you can avoid these issues. Second, I had Lupus. You heard me right, had Lupus,... Full Bio
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Which Supplements Are Best? by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus That's a loaded question now isn't it?  There are many great supplements on the market but the question is "what do you need"?  The majority take none and then there ar ... Read on »
My Morning Smoothie by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Everyone has their own green smoothie blend.  Typically its any greens you like (wheat-grass juice, kale, spinach, romaine, collards, mustard), any sprouts you like (pea is ... Read on »
An Oatmeal Issue? by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus "I read that you eat oatmeal for breakfast.  Is it raw or cooked?"  Janice Tucker   My oatmeal is definitively cooked although I have heard of letting them sit i ... Read on »
Alkaline vs. Acidic by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus On last nights show I talked to one listener about this topic.  When I was first told about alkaline foods and acidic foods it wasn't complete and I'm sure it wasn't for ot ... Read on »
The Food Transition by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus "I was just wondering after your post about the vegan junk foods, if you went completely raw again or are transitioning from cooked to raw?  What did you eat today?"  Jenny ... Read on »
The Sugar Controversy (repost) by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Well, its finally happened.  Manufacturers are revolting.....we aren't buying enough of their processed sugars and high glucose corn syrup so they are bashing anything al ... Read on »
My Library of Resources by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus "Lisa, how did you get to learn so much?  I understand you read a lot but where do you get some of your information and does everyone have access to it?"  Kathy Bennett, Ri ... Read on »
Confession Is Good For The Soul, Isn't It? by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus I hope so.  I hear it helps you release negative burdens and allow good clear healing energy to be put in its place, so here it goes... I have slacking off on my 'raw' ... Read on »
Feelig the Environment by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus My oh my.....the achy body of a former Lupus Girl.... Today I woke up to rain, cold, rain, and more cold.  It was 55 degrees (felt like 47) and rainy all night and all ... Read on »
The Ups and Downs of Eating Right... by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus So because its winter we all go through the same thing....we want more comfort foods!  Well, just because I live in the sunny south doesn't mean I don't have those cravings ... Read on »
What Is Your Biological Age? by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Just before I had found out about raw foods and started changing the way I ate I took this test that calculated my biological age ( click here to take the test ).  What I f ... Read on »
Have You Heard About CHLORELLA? by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus I just learned something new today and wanted to share.  I'm sure you've heard of Chlorella, but do you know how beneficial it is?  I knew it was helpful, just as all super ... Read on »
New Smoothies by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus So you know my smoothies are all about what I need from them, right?  I've been using VEGA Sports Performance powders lately and they do give you great energy, but of cours ... Read on »
Human Genome sets Lupus drug sales goal by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus By John Letzing SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)--Chief Executive Tom Watkins said Monday that Human Genome Sciences Inc. expects its yet-to-be-approved Lupus drug Benlys ... Read on »
The Psychological Impact of Being Diagnosed With Disease by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus It's one thing to have Lupus, but its entirely another to be told you have a chronic life threatening disease.  Oh and by the way, there is not cure for it!  Being diagnose ... Read on »
Healing The Body All Over Again... by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus I think it is sad that some people think when they hear the word remission everything must be fine.  Unfortunately that is when the healing just begins.... For 19 month ... Read on »
Things I've Learned by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Today is Sunday and its nice and quiet around here.  I just rearranged my living room furniture and did a little cleaning, as my condo is up for sale.  Yup, I'm finally mov ... Read on »
My Transition by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus I was going through my pictures on my laptop, deleted some old ones that I don't use anymore, and saw a few pics of me and was amazed at the transition I've taken (physical ... Read on »
Old Man Winter's Brought Me DRY SKIN! by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus UGH, even thought I live in sunny South Florida the winter is upon us.  Temperatures have dipped into the TEENS already but today its finally warming up!  Unfortunately, my ... Read on »
Thrive in 30 Days on a Plant Based Diet by Lisa LaMendola Posted in: Blog Posts in Lupus Ever since I started learning about the vegan diet the name Brendon Brazier kept popping up.  Brendon is an Ironman Triathelete who found that by eating a vegan plant ... Read on »