This poll was conducted in the Moms with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Facebook group in May 2017. After looking at the results it confirmed a bit what I have always suspected. Based on results it is interesting that almost 50% of women with MCS polled may be dealing with an underlining illness like CIRS which is directly… Continue reading MCS Symptoms Poll
Being severely sick no matter what the disease or disability is, can be life altering. It can stir up anger, rage, hatred, un-forgiveness and fear or it can teach us to love, trust, pray harder, grow in humility and release all that we cannot fix to the master fixer of all things broken. These last… Continue reading Mothers Day Reflections – When You’re Chronically Ill
Mold Toxicity – A Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome from Keith Berndtson Peer Reviewed Studies on Mold Toxicity, Mycotoxins and Biotoxin Illness I wanted to share the slide presentation above along with a link to various peer reviewed studies concerning mold toxicity so you can share with any clinicians you know. This is an area that is… Continue reading Do You Know what Mold Toxicity Is?
“Over 15 percent of Americans have lost days at work or lost a job just in the past year from exposure to common fragrant consumer products in the workplace.” Anne Steinemann, Ph.D. ABC recently did a short segment on MCS. Segments like these are important as they spread awareness concerning this debilitating illness.
This is a very helpful write up by Doctor W.J.REA. Learn what can cause and or lead to a MCS diagnosis. Onset of chemical sensitivity is influenced by multiple factors including total body load (burden), total toxic load, nutritional state, synergisms, competition for storage, bioaccumulation, and biological half-life of the chemicals themselves. Total Toxic (Body) Load (Burden)… Continue reading FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ONSET OF CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY
REPOST – Article written by ANDREA AHLES – firstname.lastname@example.org When American Airlines debuted new, modern-styled gray uniforms last fall, flight attendant Jaz Kennedy loved the new look. “I was very excited,” said Kennedy, a Dallas-Fort Worth based flight attendant. “We’ve been wearing those navy blues as long as I’ve been there, since 1991, and we were all… Continue reading At American Airlines, rashes, wheezing and suspicion still surround new uniforms – MCS News
This is an amazing video interview with Anne Steinemann PhD. She is a doctor and MCS sufferer for over 15 years. She has done her homework and is a powerful advocate for those of us suffering with MCS and other Neuro Immune Illnesses. I love that she discusses the fallacy behind MSDS sheets and products containing… Continue reading Toxins in Everyday Household Products with Anne Steinemann PhD – A MUST WATCH
If you have never dug your fingers and teeth into a juicy piece of oxtail you have not lived. Growing up with parents from different cultures including the Caribbean, oxtail was a dish we enjoyed repeatedly. People in the Caribbean and Latin America have been indulging in oxtail for centuries and you know what, those… Continue reading Gut Healthy Oxtail Stew – Slow Cooked – Paleo – GAPS
Another story of a family affected by chemicals inside the home. Please watch these videos! Education is Power. ———————————————————————— Published on May 5, 2015 CINCINNATI (Paula Toti) — A recent report by the CBS news program “60 Minutes” has home owners around the country thinking twice about the air they breathe. The report focused on… Continue reading Hidden home dangers – Chemicals in Our Environment You Should Know About – News Report
I always despised going to the dentist. Cleanings have never been a favorite, the sound of that pesky little dental drill has always made me cringe. For the chemically sensitive, trips to the dentist have to be handled with care. Here are just a few thoughts to consider prior to a dental appointment, for those with an… Continue reading Going to the Dentist? Think Again