Friday, November 2, 2018

Glutathione: What is it and why should I care?

Glutathione is known as the "mother antioxidant." You need glutathione for your body to function properly and to regulate cells.

The glutathione antioxidant enzyme is vital to removing toxins lurking within the body, reducing oxidative stress – the damage done by free radicals  -- and slowing down the aging process.

Glutathione deficiency has been associated with a myriad of chronic, inflammatory and neurological degenerative diseases. The lack of this naturally occurring antioxidant has been associated with instances of cancer, diabetes, heart disease, dementia, and many other symptoms.

What would that do for your health?

Learn how to heal yourself. Learn how to be everything you always hoped. 

Friday, May 18, 2018

Healthy Cells, Healthy Skin

Sensitive skin might be an understatement.

I've been thinking a lot about skin lately. It's finally getting warmer, and more of my skin is showing. This year, my skin makes me happy! It looks younger and better than it has in a long time. It's always been annoyingly sensitive--many, many products cause skin reactions for me! My mother always says that if it's safe for Amy, it's safe for ANYONE.

I love the RENUAdvanced skin care system, but even if you don't use it, try some RENU28 on your face or any other problem area. You'll be surprised how much difference healthy cells make!

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Genetic Research and ASEA Redox Signaling Molecules

Redox signaling (also called cell signaling) is vital to strengthening the genetic signal that keeps our cells talking. ASEA’s breakthrough redox signaling technology provides critical connection and communication between cells to ensure optimal renewal and revitalization, supporting the development of new, healthy cells in the body.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Bioavailability--how good are your supplements?

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If you take daily supplements, like Vitamin D or magnesium, you know it's important to use a high-quality brand in order to make the ingredients bioavailable (absorbable and useful) to your body. Some cheap supplements are undigestible, meaning you are literally flushing your money away!

Our bodies can best utilize vitamins and minerals from food, rather than in pills. Sometimes, though, you just can't eat as much of something as you need. That's when you look for supplements that are carefully balanced and *bioavailable*.

The new ASEA VIA Source multivitamin is sourced (hence the name) from real food, with the patented BioAmplify™ Absorption Complex, which delivers the necessary components to ensure maximum bioavailability of all nutrients. Learn more about VIA Source at

Monday, January 29, 2018

Papercrafting: Using die cuts

I love to make projects using the bits and pieces left over on my stamping table. This greeting is from an older Paper Pumpkin kit, and the flowers are from Eclectic Layers Thinlits. I set the main oval on the card, then used Tombo Green Glue to adhere the flowers and leaves down onto the cardfront.  Don't all cards need a little doodling??

I'm having fun using up some of my older "favorite things!"

Thursday, January 18, 2018

What are your cells telling you?

Are your cells signaling that they need help? Inflammation, fatigue, and pain are signs that our cells are not functioning as they should. When cells can communicate effectively, they heal or replace themselves. Learn more about how cell signaling works in this short (less than 5 minutes) video:

Monday, January 8, 2018

Use what you have: Black & White Birthday

You can't go wrong with black and white! Stamp greeting, then cut a circle out of a sticky note to use as a mask. Stamp line images around mask. Add layer to card base. Simple yet striking.

Use what you have!

Friday, January 5, 2018

Welcome back!

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It's 2018 and time to evaluate and set some goals!

I've been pondering how being healthier and having more energy has translated to less time crafting and online, and more time exercising and *doing*.

Paper crafting became my hobby about 14 years ago, when what has now been diagnosed as mold exposure took a serious toll on my health. Before that, I spent a lot of time gardening, working out, and chasing my kids to their activities.

As my health has dramatically improved with cell signaling supplementation, I am returning to some of my old good habits! This year, I hope to "clean up" some of the leftover mess in my life from nearly 15 years of illness.

My craft/sewing/storage room needs a major clean out, and it's hard to get started! So many good memories are tied up in all those supplies, and I'm having trouble deciding what to keep (and how to store it) and what to pass on to someone else.

I've always loved to walk, and that's been my favorite exercise again this last year. I was up to an hour a day before the super cold weather set in. It's just not that fun to walk in frigid temperatures! Yesterday I came home with a cramp in my hamstring that I'm convinced came just from the muscle getting too cold. But I'll be back out again today!

My blog plans are still a little fuzzy. I definitely want to keep posting about nutrition and healthy living. I also want to post what I make and what I learn as I go through my re-organization process. You'll notice that while I am still using Stampin Up products, I'm not really selling them anymore. I am still a demonstrator, but having not held any events for more than a year, it's time to let that go.

So I will be posting at least once a week, I'm just not sure what that post will look like! Thanks for hanging out with me as I find yet another "new song" to sing in 2018.