“They” want you to hope for a miracle… magic, windfall…
And you have been compliant. You buy magical supplements. Start magical diets. Go to magical healers. Buy magical courses.
Magic bullet. You have a storehouse of those.
I recommended to a new client that she sells it to people who still want a magic bullet. She didn’t say yes. I guess she still hopes that one day they will magically start working.
I got a deep insight in this kind of thinking when i read the otherwise worthless long book by Laura Knight-Jadczyk. OK, it is not worthless to me, actually they were worth their weight in gold… they are worthless to you. The woman has insight, but mixes it with crap… I took the insights, if you read her stuff, you’ll probably eat the crap.
Anyway, what i got is the historical roots of magical thinking.
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OK, this is going to be mostly good news… Update is at the end…
They want you to take probiotics forever.
But in my experience, you will need probiotics to establish a perfect match flora for the food list you eat.
Or, when for whatever reason, you make quick and substantial changes in your eating habits. Continue reading “The truth about probiotics – Updated”
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A lot of people have bad skin. Acne, rashes, moles, cellulites… uglies. I put cellulite into this category.
The fixit mentality, the mindset where you don’t go beyond first base is making people rich. Not you, mind you, people who are willing to sell you s-h-i-t, that you don’t need. You don’t need it because it won’t work.
Cosmetics. Washes. Cleanses. Supplements. Shower filters. Alkaline water. Makeup.
Why Sophie, what is wrong with those?
Probably nothing. But…
You can’t paint ugly beautiful.
Your inner ugliness is showing on your skin.
The skin is our largest elimination organ. Your body first uses the kidney, then your poop, and if all those are full, then it will push stuff out through your skin.
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