About The “GLO” Girl ….

This is my first attempt at blogging, and for those of you who know me, you all know how much I adore and believe in all things healthy! And the more I learn, the more I’d like to teach. Through trial and error, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t. And I have the bank statement to prove it. I’ve spent more money than I’d care to think about on natural remedies and beauty products, so here’s hoping my advice will help save you the headache of searching for receipts and waiting in return lines. I’ve tried it all ya’ll, and these products win! And believe me when I say I fought the good fight to keep wearing my Clinical Strength Secret deodorant and brushing with Crest 3D Vivid White Toothpaste. But the more research I did, the more I realized that all of the chemicals and additives in the world, just aren’t worth the health risks. So check back weekly for more featured products, herbal remedies and recipes! I live for this stuff!

7 thoughts on “About The “GLO” Girl ….

    1. Unfortunately not Jasmine. There’s a reason so many cosmetic companies are going paraben free now, which is a good thing! So glad Laura Mercier took them out of her tinted moisturizer, which I’ve always loved.

  1. Hello! I just moved to Southern California from NYC and have been suffering with chronic Lyme (with Babesia and Bartonella) for almost 5 years. If you don’t mind I would love to hear more about your experience at Infusio. I am looking for natural treatment options/clinics in this area and it looks amazing. Thank you so much!

    1. Infusio is definitely worth looking into. Expensive, but a very smart and innovative treatment plan, and yes, completely natural even down to the stem cells, which come from your own body, not an outside source.

  2. Besides the cost of Infusion, is there anything else that would deter a patient from getting treatment there? Additionally, are you in remission or consider yourself cured since then? I’m looking to getwell. I have been researching 4+ clinics in the US for alternative options from what I am doing w my LLMD. Thank you for your blog!

    1. Sure, I would say how long and hard the recovery is. Klinik St Georg in Germany seems to have a good recovery time. I also did a ton on my own with my ND after to help support the stem cells. While I do think it was the biggest reason for my recovery, I still had work to do for an entire year after. I worked on repairing mitochondria, took three months of TMG to help detox since I have the MTHFR gene mutation, and did three extra months of immune modulation using Thymus extract, Colostrum and Beta Glucan. I believe remission is so huge in the Lyme world because people aren’t looking at the bigger picture beyond long term antibiotics. There’s so much that goes in to a full recovery so I was sure to follow advice of people who were fully recovered. So yes, I am recovered and I don’t worry about remission at all. With that being said, I don’t regret choosing Infusio, as it was a huge part of the repair process. A lot of damage was done to my nerves, muscles and tissues that were irreversible without Stem Cells. And immune modulation was key in fighting the Lyme itself. Hope this helps and good luck on your journey.

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