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Martha Montelongo
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Starting Over, Starting New: Choosing to Live to Aspire and Thrive
     A long time friend of mine commented on a photo I posted on Facebook, from the same series Dan took of me as the one posted here.    She said she was going to go back and look at our new diet as a result of what she saw.      I was so happy to hear tha...
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Why and How to do the Unimaginable and Give Up the Dairy, and What Supplements Should I Take
     A very dear friend to me, mentioned to me that she was curious about our new diet, as a result of a post I made on Facebook yesterday.  I was very excited to respond, because I am so amazed over the results both Dan and I have experienced, and over wha...
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We use Braggs, and keep it on the table like a condiment.
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"Physician surveys show that doctors often don’t even bring up diet and lifestyle options because they assume that patients would prefer to be on cholesterol-lowering drugs every day for the rest of their lives rather than change their eating habits. That may be true for some, but it’s up to the patient, not the doctor, to decide."
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Most people are deficient in this one vitamin, and it's a vitamin that can extend your life, and your quality of life. 
There are two vitamins not produced by plants that may require supplementation.
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Starting over, starting new and choosing to live to aspire and thrive
     A long time friend of mine commented on a photo I posted, from the same series Dan took of me as the one posted here.    She said she was going to go back and look at our new diet as a result of what she saw.        I was so happy to hear that.   I can...
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Listened to Rich Roll's latest podcast today while exercising in the pool this morning before the sun came over the pool. LOVED IT!
Dr. McMacken is a resident doctor at Bellevue Hospital in NYC and she's there to serve the under-served. What change in diet does she prescribe for diabetes? High blood pressure? High cholesterol? Heart disease? Gout? Obesity? Well, it's all pretty much the same, and not for lack of imagination or information. If you want to know what gets results the best with heavy duty perscriptions being a last resort and not the first resort, this is a podcast worth every minute.
Her personal story is interesting and she's engaging and delightful. Enjoy and bonne santé, or salud!
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"A woman let her two young children wait in a mall food court while she interviewed for a job a mere 30 yards away. The children never left her sight.
This made little difference to the police, who promptly arrested her for child abandonment."
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"Repressive regimes can and do use social media to solidify their grips on power."

"Some egregious and sophisticated uses of social media by repressive regimes have recently come to light. In a fascinating story in the New York Times Magazine, Adrian Chen explains the operations of a shady Russian “troll farm” that engages in large-scale, multiplatform acts of misinformation. At one point, they made up an explosion in a chemical plant in Louisiana, started a hashtag (#ColumbianChemicals), and relied on ordinary people to pass the story along, knowing they were unlikely to verify the details. This kind of operation, carried out on “foreign soil,” shows how seriously this Russian agency takes social media. The chemical plant explosion may simply have been an experiment, a proof of concept for what such attacks might accomplish in the future."   excerpt from the article
The net effects of social media on the possibility of democratic revolution are at best ambiguous.
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To my friend Robin, with gratitude for re-introducing me to Clarissa Pinkola Estes CPE. I have even recently still resisted listening to her song (message), until now. I have been using the pool at the house we rent and call home presently, to rehabilitate the vestiges of my motor-scooter accident in the Philippines last year in March. I think the injury to my left arm is related to the sciatic pain that showed up first in my right bottom and leg, but then went away and came back with vengeance on my left side.
After trying different treatments, chiro, acupuncture, yoga, massage, what is working beyond the benefits where I plateaued with acupuncture, is wading in the pool, using a floatation belt, fins, pool weights, and fins, not all at the same time, but for hour long sessions, everyday with little exception. I believe my diet will help too, as it will reverse any atherosclerosis (clogging of the arteries and capilaries that impact all areas of the body and can impinge circulation and nerves along the lower spinal column.
Anyway, today I listened to this wonderful interview between CPE and Tammy Simon and it was divine. The title for the interview is Untie the Strong Woman. The impact was profoundly moving, inspiring, liberating. I just had to share, and to say thank you.
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This is my favorite market in town since we moved to West Hills from Whittier. I find the fruits, and vegetables to be fresh and beautiful and bountiful and the prices fair and affordable. I find the variety of chilies we like, and today I bought their store made corn and flour tortillas. The corn tortillas were still warm from their freshness and the flour tortillas, I bought in the burrito size, are delicious. I love the quality of the beets, eggplant, red chard, carrots, papaya, bananas and more, all staples we consume, and priced so reasonably. And if you love traditional Mexican fare, the fresh cheese, the pork chicharrones, the fresh salsas are good quality.
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