TashaLee: Recovering from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

The following is a YouTube clip from TashaLee at Fruitful Healthful Living where she talks about her success recovering from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity:

Seeing that I’ve been on a vegan diet of raw fruits, and raw and cooked vegetables for nearly a year now, I asked TashaLee if she thought that a vegan diet helped her chemical sensitivities, and here’s what she said:

NAET without a doubt is what turned my sensitivities around. Although…my clean fruitarian diet did allow me to start the big NAET treatments right off the bat. Coffee enemas and other detox methods help a ton with decreasing the toxic load, and supplements and diet help strengthen me for the parasite cleansing process. I’ve heard parasites make sensitivities worse too, so cleaning them out prob helps, and also strengthens me. But really, NAET was the biggest thing for sensitivities, giving my body the strength to do the other stuff needed for healing. Oh, also EMF sensitivity is big when vitamin D and EFAs are low, also when toxic load is high. So correcting that helped with EMFs.”

So there you go! (I’ve not tried NAET myself as I’ve not seen any good evidence-based studies to be able to recommend it; but I highly recommend a vegan diet: Better for us; better for the planet!) You can visit TashaLee’s website here.

Have you tried NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique)?

Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

Masked Life Q&A: Relationships, Communication, and, How Does it Sound?

I’m sending this post out for all my MCS brothers and sisters who are strong enough to wear their respirator masks out in public so as to protect their health. Today, TashaLee from Fruitful Healthy Living will share with us what it’s like to communicate while wearing a respirator mask, and how it sounds. (I have a hard enough time wearing the 3M type of mask, and I’ve only ever worn my Sundstrom respirator in traffic and bushfire smoke, but, in the interest of protecting my health, I won’t rule out using it for avoiding exposures to the chemical irritants to which I’m sensitive to.

The topic of communication is an interesting one for me because I once considered wearing the respirator mask to classes. Luckily, it never came to that. But I would never rule out wearing it out in public because I refuse to be denied access to goods and services (I just send someone else to the shops, yeah?) because other people are wearing personal care products containing solvents, petrochemicals and fragrances into shared public spaces. It’s a disability recognised by the Disability Act and Human Rights but also a disability that’s often not recognised by people offering goods and services. If it was, most of us wouldn’t need to wear a friggen mask to go to these places!)

TashaLee can be found sometimes sleeping in hers, due to having to avoid breathing in toxic VOCs from mould spores in her and her husband’s living space. But she’ll also wear it into shops, too. I think she (and all of us who tough it out) deserves a medal for bravery and tenacity. Today, TashaLee gets two: one for bravery and another for sharing information to help make our lives better.

More from TashaLee:

Answers to questions about life in a mask: how I sound, how to seal it, how it affects [relationships]

Thank you for sharing TashaLee!

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TashaLee’s site: Fruitful Healthy Living

TashaLee’s Diabetic Site: Fruitarian Diabetic

Michellina Van Loder is a Professional Writer, Journalist and Blogger. This is where she shares her tales about trail blazing her way out of the Labyrinth of Chemical Sensitivities and Mould. This is also where you will find the latest Research on related topics.

Information, products and views presented by guest bloggers @The Labyrinth are not necessarily the same as those held by this blog's author, Michellina van Loder. Reviews are my own personal opinions (unless stated otherwise); and satire is used throughout personal posts. Any health topics discussed are not to be taken as medical advice. Seek out medical attention if needed and do your own research; however, you're welcome to use mine as a start.
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