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I am working on posts versus dumping PRRs right now but I will jot my journaling of "current events/health" then back to post.

10-29-21 Doctor Day and Medical Massage -

I want this truck on my shirt- only reason I wear the shirt- I so love old trucks

worked in one use on my allergic reaction rash ??? whatever it was ... for a moment it felt like it was gonna grow out but it was just inflammation see:

some kind of allergic rash I got

but used the drink and mask and 1 use later- see:

October 31st- Congress "Captain Cuties" out Trick or Treating:

Me, Grace, Danielle, Annie and John...Grace loved taking these pics and I put her pics of me on here- plus I thought my eyes popped big time...

SELFIE OVERLOADS thank you to Grace :)

thank you for your visit Scott B. 10-31-21.

Our Halloween Nails Theme- Danielle picked the Ombre nail design styles:

Nov 1, 2012 -Thank you to a specific special InvestigativeMEDIA participant for my Vermont Teddy Bear I just got ... I love Teddy ... another highlight to my year:

I will go over this email tomorrow with NHLMA and place the final analysis here 11-3-21 evening yet anyone with hair thinning or loss or just hair health- make your appointment today--- you will be glad you for them is down below---reach them:

Dr. Alfons Meyer-


Resident specialist for general medicine, emergency medicine and naturopathic medicine, Acupuncture, biological cancer therapy, orthomolecular medicine, intestinal restoration and holistic therapies. University education in biology and medicine, Mainz and Frankfurt/Germany. Clinical practice in gynecology and obstetrics in Ruesselsheim and Mainz. Regular duty for emergency services in the Wiesbaden region.

Lecturer and instructor for acupuncture (ear acupuncture) for medical doctors, since 1999. Commencing 2007 also lecturer and instructor for the central association of medical doctors for naturopathy and regulative medicine (ZAEN) in Germany. Author in medical journals (Ärztezeitschrift für Naturheilverfahren,, etc.). Frequent lectures for patients and medical doctors about biological cancer therapy, immunology, vitamins, amino acids, oxygen therapy, intestinal restoration and St.-John’s-wort. TV appearances in Germany als medical expert, federal national television ZDF „Volle Kanne”.s="wow fadeIn">Lene has been a TV hostess of several television programs during the last 10 years, among them “You are what you eat”, a series of 18 programs, with Danish families, who all changed their lifestyles, using Lenes’ nutritional programs. Also she was a regular guest, in Good morning Denmark, on the Channel 2 National Television (TV2). She has for the last 4 years, been writing a weekly column in the newspaper BT, which is the most sold newspaper, in Denmark.

Dr Marcus Stanton- President and Dean of IFOS (International Academy for Oxidative Stress) – President of ProPrevent (Association for Functional Medicine) – Founding member of NIKO (Network Interdisciplinary Complementary Oncology) – Editor and medical advisor of (Magazine for Complimentary Medicine) – TV anchorman on “Quantensprung” ( and editor-in-chief for medicine and science

So I knew from Orville's Allergy Testing in 2020 I am allergic to: Almonds, Cranberries, Kale, Malt, Mushroom, Papaya, Peanuts, Peppers, Safflower, Squash, Black Teas, Baker's Yeast and Doxcycline.

Thursday, September 2nd, 2021 at 3:50 PM sent to my Doctor before our telemed appt. "key points":

Since we last visited 9-2-21 11am: I had fire training the week of Sept 6 (Fire Safety Educator course) Flew out to Boise Idaho 9-10 thru 9-17 (was originally for filming but was postponed) I am with bilateral ear infection into jaw (Dr Hakim) Took the clear x finally that you suggested I am still with bilateral ear infection awaiting MRI of the jaw for tumor I have been on Augmentin, the ear drops that start with a C and the antibiotic that starts with a C Cipro 500 mg oral tablet Osteoarthritis Hyperlipidemia

Weekly Medical Massage report for September from Massager: Pain left scapula area radiating around the chest. Head pain area of tumor.

Muscle spasms left scapula and right scapula area.

Deep tissue on above areas of scapulas. Full body massage.

I had to stop massage several times to address muscle spasms around scapulas.

Hurt right foot top and bottom, left ankle. Sternum pain from EMT recovery procedure made worse due to costochondritis.

Full body massage easy pressure on above areas.

Still sore from fall but feeling better. Full body massage.

Weekly Medical Massage report for October from Massager: Right side of jaw- mass / knot.

week before it was on both sides. Ankles very sore. Right side under rib very sore and looks bad. Full body massage with attention to above. Right jaw (masseter) real tight muscles and painful when touched. Rt scapula muscles (rhomboids, teres, infraspinatus extremely congested Possible latissimus muscle cause of muscle spasms. Modified deep tissue / cric. massage. Slow recovery

I had 3 seizures into unconscious state and was found in a wash hours later on 9-24 went to ER Been a struggle since especially walking - been using a walker at times - ugh - so not me. Went to a Womens Expo - won a package thing on hair loss and nutrition consultation attached the profile summary they offered me from plucking my hair roots out yet I did the extensive report. Saw Spine doctor who handles brain issues- arthritis in joints in spine and lordosis and deg. disc I saw foot doctor Oct 29- xrays showed foot flattening more- loss of arch pes planus foot pain bilateral Hammertoes right foot Impression: Left heel spur Soft Tissue: edema Inferior calcaneal spurring left foot- neuroma and

right foot ganglion cyst and lipoma - reason it is hard to walk and quite painful increased and joined Body and Brain yoga and stretch class for daily sessions Hemochromatosis= doctor doing a full check up panel on me currently Cancelled my Idaho and Utah flights (filming) due to elevation and bilateral ear infection with jaw concern - gonna miss out I know but I need to pay attention to just my health and maybe some day get a ride in an old revamped truck to the lake and just chill. Pipe dreams help me through this all. awaiting prec-cert for MRI for mass on right jaw to ear Next appt is my Neurologist on the legs and not wanting to move much Dr Hakim since Aug is trying to get pre-cert for Polysomnography; Sleep Staging W/4+ Add'l Parameters,

Mri, Orbit, Face, & Neck; W/O Contrast Matl(S), Followed By Contrast Matl(S) & Further Sequences

Dr Kaza is awaiting pre-cert on catscan of right side issues since Aug. --- that is my updates highest temp I had was 103.5 since we last spoke awaiting blood lab results- can get them from Dr Chen - not yet showing in Sonora lab area

I am refusing to complicate things and that means avoiding certain people who jump into negativity so quickly when I need to rest my jaws for a bit and just rest; allow life to unfold in front of me and my husband, family and friends, and see how fate itself is helping me build a stable and robust healthier life.

All I can say it has been a sucky phase. Watching my hubby either work hard or he is asleep and our down time is all for medical appointments and bills since I moved back.

All I do was intermittent fasting to now I advanced to only one 24 hour fast a week nowadays. I never realized I was missing out in life by focusing always to just fire and the locals well being and my self care to get better. Yet my only goal right now is to figure how to earn funds for health ( barter / trade ) because someone said I need to "figure it out" so I am- I do not comprehend peoples' beliefs anymore. They seem so odd.


11-3-21 9pm Update from today's appointment with Julia Clarke:

Thank you Carly for all you have done for me-

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Today we began with talking about the last 90 days? Then why would mold show up? I have not been around any areas in the last 90 days and in reality it has been almost one year. Then I thought if I travel in a vehicle that came from a spot here mold is then yes, I have been around it.

The hair is about 90 days of information, Julie states to me.

using "Draft" for $15.25 to recap our appx one hour Zoom time 11-3-21 3pm:

Julie Clarke: Okay. Well, um, we'll begin to all those details and try to dissect it and come back to, you know, all those pieces as we, as we hit those individual pages. But yeah, so the, yeah, the hair is about 90 days of information in some cases, uh, with, with some viruses, with some kinds of radiation, with some kinds of, you know, EMF exposures, it could actually store a longer period of time. But generally speaking, we're looking at about the last 90 days of, of data. Um, and the important thing, you know, there's, there is a lot of information as we go through this report, you'll find that, you know, sometimes it's a little overwhelming trying not to get overwhelmed on the details because really the most important things that we'll have you focus on going forward is just those, those food suggestions, everything else is supplied to provide that backdrop for you to say why we're giving you food suggestions,...where you want to place your focus. And as I'm sure you've, as you've flipped through the reports, you've probably seen, there's a lot of general information pages. Obviously we're not going to, you know, go through any of that material.

Joy A Collura: What I got from those first few pages, they're like boiler plates.

Julie Clarke: Um, yeah. So this, this general information page right here is just a boiler plate memo. If you will, to kind of give an introduction to the overall, uh, information that is contained in the report as we get to this page here, this is a, the beginning of the personalized pages for you. So as we're looking at this, um, what we call the summary page, we're going to go into a lot of the details of these individual charts, such as the food restrictions and, and such here as we get to those pages. But what I want to focus on on this particular page right now is this wheel that, you know, here is in the center of the page. As you go around this wheel, you'll notice that certain items have both a number and a letter in this case, vitamins is listed this number one, uh, resistance category is number two. That is one of our environmental elements that we'll talk about here in a few minutes. Um, environmentalist's three, um, that is also an environmental intrusion. We'll talk about that again in a couple of minutes, um, amino acids and then antioxidants. And you'll notice that vitamins and resistance have this piece next to them as we get to those food suggestions, um, those foods are going to be stack ranked for you. We're going to give you the priority items first. That's what that P is referring to. Uh, the second tier of priority is what's called advisory. That's what these, these A's are referencing here. So item number three, environmental number four, aminos, number five, antioxidants, those fall into that second tier of priority. Okay. And again, we're going to break down all of this information as we go through those individual pages.

Joy A Collura: interference, fatty acids doesn't have anything. So that's why they're not bolded?

Julie Clarke: Correct. Exactly. Okay. All right. So let's hop right over to this first systems page. This is giving us an indication of those systems that are directly challenged as a result of those, um, either nutritional imbalances or environmental intrusions. So number one, item is gut intestinal followed by energy production, protein synthesis, fatty acid metabolism. So what do all those things mean? Um, gut is actually kind of tied in with this protein synthesis and fatty metallic fatty acid metabolism. So let's talk about those in combination, whenever there is some disruption in the overall gut and digestion operation, your body is going to have difficulty breaking down fats and proteins. Um, it's also something that happens as we age. Unfortunately, the enzyme capacity that we have inside that system, um, becomes diminished. So it becomes a little bit more of a challenge for us to actually digest those complicated foods like fats and proteins. Um, when you have protein synthesis in combined with energy production, this is also an indication that, uh, because your body is not breaking down proteins in the way that it's supposed to, um, it's not doing, what's called, it's not going through an activity or a function called ATP, which is basically converting those proteins that you are consuming into energy or use for the body. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: Does that make sense?

Joy A Collura: Yes.

Julie Clarke: Okay, wonderful. Um, and we're going to come back to these as we go through the report and as we find certain nutrients or certain environmental pieces that are maybe exacerbating these channels, these system challenges. So you'll hear me reference these things as we're going through. Um, you'll notice that cardio and then the immune system are highlighted in this pink color. That's the second tier of priority. So we have our four priority items in green, and then we have a couple of things to address in the immune system and cardiovascular system that they're second tier priority. So those are going to be in that pink color. Okay. Okay. Again, we'll come back to these and kind of touch on these as we're going through the report. So this page here, the immune page represents, um, if you look at this overall chart, this is a list of all of the different things that can affect the immune system. So a lot of different vitamins, a lot of minerals, a lot of antioxidants, those items that are highlighted in color are those things that are deficiencies for you right now, immune system, [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: You see on the vitamin B12, I'm over 2000 [since 2019- not a balance in years there]. So that's why I don't know how I'm deficient. I have too much.

Julie Clarke: Well, when you say you're over 2000, are you consuming 2000 milligrams or are you saying a blood test or blood test?

Joy A Collura: Labs 2019 to present

Julie Clarke: Well, and in this case, what this is talking about again, is the immune system. And so this is measuring the volume needed for your immune system and whether or not there's a sufficient amount with it for your immune system operation of that B12 nutrient. And I also want to point out that a lot of times when you're looking at blood work, blood represents about 72 hours of information. It's very possible that when you consume certain foods, they can spike certain levels of nutrients. This is the hair is storing 90 days of information. So while you might have had, you know, blood work done, and it was returned a particular result in a certain nutrient that said either you're too high or too low, um, it could be that again, if you look at it over an average 90 day period of time, there might show a different result. [emphasis added]

Again, right now we are looking at your immune system and what this is measuring is the B12 volume, as well as all these other nutrients, but the volume of that nutrient as it relates to the immune system and whether or not that it's there, the other thing that can affect, um, the absorption of nutrients in terms of consumption of, you know, let's say you just looked at what, um, third nutrient source of vitamin B12, as an example, and you maybe were taking a supplement, you're getting a lot of it from foods and everything else. But if for some reason, the disruption of that nutrient is, um, excuse me, the absorption of that nutrient is disrupted. It doesn't matter how much you're taking in it's, your body is not bringing it in, in the way that it should. So again, we'll come back to that and, and kind of touch on that as we're going through the rest of the report, but this is specific to the immune system. So now we're looking at those nutrients that are low relative to that system down here in this environmental category, we have, um, this electro sensitivity, which refers to EMS bats, you know, phones and computers and all those things that are, um, devices. Um, again, we'll break this down. When we get to that page, uh, mold spores virus, these are outside influences that are affecting the overall immune operation as well. [emphasis added]

And these last two items under food restrictions, gluten and wheat, barley, um, this is not suggesting that you have, you know, an intolerance to gluten wheat or barley. This is simply saying that as it relates to your immune system operation, if you were to consume those items, this would further challenge us from bringing that immune system back into balance where it wants to be. So we're just trying to restrict those as best possible, just as it relates again to the immune systems so that we don't disrupt that, you know, further. Okay. Okay. Any other questions that you can think of on this page? [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: I rarely use a smartphone. [To make medical appointments and check in briefly with family and friends] I am on a PC about four feet away, a computer I'm on it, working on posts for 12 hours, 10, 12 hours a day four days a week. And that's it, no TV, no phones or any of that. I have a landline but even that is rare to use. So just so you know, background, I don't have a smartphone or any of that kind of stuff since 2017.

Julie Clarke: Very good. Alright. Well, and we'll take that into consideration when we look at what those EMF exposures are, what the source of that exposure is,

Joy A Collura: MRIs, cat, scans, all that kind of stuff. So,

Julie Clarke: And those can be, you know, obviously those operate off of, so that very well could be part of the issue. Then we'll break that down when we get over to that page here. Um, and a couple of moments. Okay. Okay. So, um, there's just general information about the immune system. Um, now we're going to look at the gut system indicators. Once again, this chart, this full chart represents all of those issues that impact the operation and those items that are highlighted are those things that are, you know, needs for us to respond to for you. So in the case of the environmental pieces, this electro sensitivity, radiation, bacteria, virus, again, we'll talk about the specifics when we get there, but we know that those are items that we need to, um, work on, not just for the immune system, but also for the gut operation.

And then you'll also notice that there's a number of different nutrient pieces that are highlighted, um, these cross, a lot of categories. There's some antioxidants, there's some vitamins, there's some Aminos, again, pretty easy things to address. We just want to make sure that, you know, we're crossing all those different categories. We'll talk about the specifics of what these things do when we get to those individual nutrient pages, but just know that, you know, there's a few different things obviously to work on here as well. And then once again, as far as these food intolerances, barley, and rye, um, and these might be things that you don't consume much of, it's not a suggestion that you're over consuming those items in any way. We're just saying, if it were possible, you want to avoid these things. So once again, we give the gut operation, its best opportunity to become balanced.

Joy A Collura: Is this a boiler plate? And then the ones that pertain to me are highlighted in green?

Julie Clarke: That's correct. So when you say boiler plate, this is the list of those nutrient or environmental items that affect the immune system, excuse me, the gut system directly for all of us, but what's highlighted are those things that are specific to you. Okay. All right. So again, general information about gut support. Let's move over to circulatory. So once again, to use your terminology, this is a boiler plate list of all those things that affect the cardiovascular system. And then those items that are highlighted in green are those items that are deficiencies for you specific to that cardiovascular system. Um, you'll see a lot of crossover. There's a number of things that are consistently showing. And the good news about that is as you are able to address that nutrient need. Now you're fixing a number of different systems, whether it's cardiovascular, that immune, all of those get are responded to in terms of satisfying the needs that they have.

Joy A Collura: I take a lot of those daily supplements through pure, um, encapsulation um, and it's strange. I'm not absorbing them if low on it, cause those are a daily intake. Uh, I take vitamin C with rose hip though, but I mean every other deficient one I've taken on a daily basis, so I'm not absorbing it?!

Julie Clarke: Well, it's not absorbing correctly. And pure encapsulation is a wonderful brand. It's not a question of, you know, a quality brand that you're consuming. It's, it's actually one of the better ones. Um, so it's just a question of what is blocking that absorption for you. Because again, going back to that first chart, if you have, you know, microbial imbalance, if you've got, um, you know, metabolism and digestion related things with, uh, the fatty acids and with proteins, you know, those things you're probably consuming, you know, a decent amount in your diet, it's just not getting utilized effectively inside your system. So we want to try to get to the core of what's causing that disruption. [ Joy inserts "Amen"] Thank you. All right. So here's that EMF or frequency category. Now the interesting thing about this is none of these are filled in which means there's not an intrusion, something that we need to respond to and react to. Um, you see that radio frequency, mobile phone and electrostatic field have a bold outline around them. Really, all that means is that you're a little more sensitive to those frequencies, but it's not something that is, um, you know, an intrusion inside your system. So that's good. That means that there's nothing really to respond, to, uh, react to [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: We're appx. three to five miles from the radio tower.

correction on blog since I went and fact-checked - it is 6.51 miles:

Julie Clarke: Okay. Um, and, and that's good again, are you, are you traveling around the area much? Are you outside much as far as exposure to, um, you know, to those towers and such?

Joy A Collura: Yeah, normally I would, I'm the "[Desert] Walker" of this area and it's, um, I use to get dropped off in Peeple's Valley [when my husband worked in Prescott] and walk the 17 miles down five days a week, and then I had the seizure in recent times and now I have this fear factor.

[fact checked - not 17 miles from where I live but 13.5 miles]

So I only walk three to five miles a week and I have like my neighborhood people, I do point A to point B and, and check in with them. And since I don't have a smartphone to, you know, have a mapping for my husband, that's our second best choice was to, um, you know, point "A" so that at this certain time I should be at this point and this point and this point, and then at the end, I call my husband at the end of the walk to make sure I got back. Okay. You know, cause there's that fear factor. I could die in my sleep because I keep stopping breathing in my sleep, you know? Awaiting approval from Insurance to do a sleep study. And so it's changing my whole shift of sleeping pattern to that part, but yeah, I used to walk outside all the time. It has not been since September 24th. Shifted my world and activities that event. Yet, I want to get back to "me" and my walks. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: Got it. Well, and so again, this is looking at those, the sensitivities, and so it may be that it's just stored that information from a lot of the exposure you had from before and is carrying it forward just to say, you know, here's something that you need to be aware of as far as that sensitivity. Um, okay. So let's move over to the vitamin page and kind of break this down. So here we have Biotin as number one. Um, vitamin B two is, is the second one, D three is third and vitamin B12 is the fourth. So just a quick summary of what these things do as far as functions in the body. Biotin is to support our heart, nerves, cardiovascular system, overall digestive health, um, typical symptoms when your body is low in biotin, is things such as dry skin or brittle hair, um, some overall GI issues, some muscle aches. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: So when your body is low, there that's one of the things, or some of the things I should say that you might be experiencing in the case of B2, which is the second item there. Um, this one is responsible for supporting a healthy blood, it boosts energy. So coming back to that energy production that was shown on your systems page, it's quite possible that this, um, nutrient being low is contributing to that energy production being well. Um, in the case of [inaudible] the function there is cardiovascular, uh, it's also related to bone, so muscular skeletal, uh, and it also has a pretty decent amount of, uh, influence over, um, overall brain functionality. So everything from, uh, you know, just general brain operations, synapse function, all of those things are, you know, uh, uh, output, if you will, a vitamin D three and then the last one here as the B12, um, this one is, um, definitely supporting, you know, that overall brain functionality, but it also has a lot to do with our cardiovascular system as we started the immune system and certainly the gut and intestinal system. So, um, when you talk about being, um, you know, being a consumer of these items through that nutrient source, um, what was the volume you said that, um, your multivitamin has as far as B12? [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: my blood lab,

Julie Clarke: No, on the, I thought you said that the supplement that you're taking it had a high volume of B12.

Joy A Collura: No, I have the imbalance labs since 2019, it was over 2000 on a blood lab. About 13-1400 last check. The one that's increasing, I'm finally absorbing vitamin D. I was at a five and now I'm at 26. I'm somehow I'm finally absorbing vitamin D because it stayed at five and then it locked at 19. Now I'm at 26 and vitamin D. So somehow I'm starting to absorb that. Vitamin B12 has always been at the higher end on my blood labs since 2019. And, um, that's it, but, uh, I've never been checked for vitamin B2 or biotin.

Julie Clarke: Okay. Um, interesting. I want to think about that a little bit as far as that B12. Okay. All right. So let's move over to the mineral page here and take a look here. Um, there's actually no minerals at all that are, um, you know, deficient, um, th the wheel is pretty well balanced. We're looking at all these segments, basically being pretty, even in size when you have something like sulfur, that's showing up as a sliver. It's a, it's an indication that you're probably consuming a lot of foods that have sulfur in them, or possibly it's in a supplement that you're taking. Are you aware of, um, that the, [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Oh, you know what, I take cabbage, I drink a lot. It could be from the cabbage cause I drink a lot of cabbage juice. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: Is that, um, is that for a specific reason or is it just something that you like

Joy A Collura: Specialists / Primary put me on a detoxification from May until yesterday. I'm on now I'm on 24 hour, once a week, uh, detox/fast. Um, but I was on complete detox, uh, program, and that had celery cucumbers, etc. so it was all stuff to alkaline the body. Um, and it

was a serious regimen. Trying to figure out where the origin of why the weight still staying on me, even though I do the work, trying to figure out why, where the origin of, um, that's happening, you know, cause I'm not absorbing something's off, you know, and trying to figure out where, you know, [emphasis added]

Um, it's interesting because the reason this sulfur is showing us that little sliver there is because it's an indication, same thing with chromium. That's an indication that you're getting, you know, quite a lot of that in your diet. Um, but obviously there's a purpose for it. So we're certainly not going to suggest that you slow down that consumption is just, it's just a validation, if you will, that this is reading the information as it should, because you are, you know, cabbages kind of the number one item that has sulfur in it. Um, so it's, um, you know, and it sounds to me like you're consuming probably a few more of the things you mentioned, cucumbers and celery. Those are all cleansing types of foods, detox kinds of foods that they have you on. And all of those things are, you know, showing up pretty readily as far as, you know, things that you're consuming a fair amount of. So, um, but again, not going to counter anything that doctor is recommending by any means. I think, you know, stayed with it. He's got, they've got a specific purpose for it and hopefully it's going to ultimately result in exactly what you needed to. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: I do ... trying to calcify an active tumor. I have two brain tumors, so trying to calcify and, um, you know, make sure it doesn't get bigger. So that's the main focus.

Julie Clarke: And when was the last time you had, um, you know, the cat scan that

Joy A Collura: 9-24, when I had the three seizures into unconscious state, they found me in a wash a few hours later and then the ENT, um, got moved to emergency room. And so that was the last time we did a scan.

Julie Clarke: Wow. Sounds like you've had quite a journey, Joy

And there was nothing, no indications, no signals of it before the seizure.

Joy A Collura: Not had one since 2019. I have been unwell since Spring 2021. Uh, don't know. And I thought the only logical thing I can come to my scenario is that, um, two factors that I have to, I was around turpentine and ragweed and there was a lot of it. And I feel like I have a sensitivity to that cause my throat narrows up. And then, um, one of my number one stress factor is my blog partner. it's weird. It is just me and how I allow his tone to bother me. I think it's when he has sugar I see our moments - like a brain fog phase for him. I, as much as I can do yoga or anything, just the tone of his voice can be a stress factor in my life. You know, it's just that tone, but for me, um, his tone is just like, oh gosh, how can anybody, um, now- he is a nice guy, it's the tone. And I'm not looking for snowflakes or, you know, hallmark moments, but I mean, you just have learn how to talk to people respectfully. And that's what I don't like is a disrespectful tone exceptionally when ill. It just seems weird.

Julie Clarke: Okay. So,

Joy A Collura: And then the one chart we didn't go on. The one above that that looks pretty good.

Julie Clarke: Yes. That looks great. Fatty acids. Looks great. So once again, coming up with the fact that the fatty acid metabolism showed up on that front chart, this is not a question of whether or not you are consuming the right volume. It's really more about whether or not your body is processing those fats in the way that it should. Um, and so that again comes back to the, all of those environmental related issues. They, in many ways, they they're their biggest impact. Their biggest effect is on the absorption of nutrients that our body, uh, you know, has as a result of, you know, just the intrusion, if you will, of those outside influences. So getting to the bottom of it and trying to clear those outside, um, you know, sources of intrusion are going to be, you know, very important as far as bringing that absorption level back into where it needs to be.

Okay. Uh, let's see, going over to antioxidants, um, this is not a surprise at all because kind of the role of antioxidants in our body is to decrease inflammation and get rid of what's called oxidative stress on the cells. And if you think about what causes oxidative stress, you know, it's, I mean, oxidative stress, the best analogy is to think about, you know, if you were to take a piece of metal and throw it in your, in your yard outside, and it got watered on through the sprinklers or through rain or what have you, um, that metal is going to rust. That's basically oxidation of the metal. And the same thing goes on inside our body. When we have these outside influences coming in, in the form of, you know, um, radiation, metals, you know, any of the pathogens, bacteria, fungus, et cetera, those things are causing stress on the cells.

And so, because the job of the antioxidants is to fight that stress, they become depleted because they're overworked. There's just not enough of them to, to handle the volume of, you know, job and responsibility that they're being given. So in this case, when you look at alpha-lipoic acid is the number one item, most important job of ALA alpha lipoic acid is to fight inflammation. Um, typical things that happen as a result of this nutrient being low are things such as, you know, pain or numbness, especially in our extremities. Um, our bodies don't get tingling and everything else. So, um, and one of the other outputs of this being low is weight gain and inability to lose weight. So coming back to, you know, one of your original points or questions, the ALA being depleted is one area that may be contributing to, you know, some of those challenges. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Why am I not absorbing it? Because I take that. And also I take the areas it is requesting me to take. I kept having on and off a UTI. So I started taking that in supplement to hopefully get rid of those UTI completely instead of being a chronic on and off thing. So I'm not absorbing it then. Huh? [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: Exactly. And once again, I come back to these environmental pieces. I know I sound like a broken record, but it is the truth. Um, you know, you can have the best diet, the most perfect, um, not food intake, but supplementation and everything else. And if your body is not equipped to receive that nutrient, because it's being blocked in some fashion from these environmental elements, it's, it doesn't matter the volume, the quantity, the quality or anything else that you're consuming. It's still going to have that same output, which is these nutrients don't get absorbed. Right. And in the case of sulforaphane, it sounds like, you know, again, the doctors have you on a lot of those cleansing types of foods, you know, if you think about sulfur a thing, you know, it's in things like cabbage and broccoli and cauliflower, brussel sprouts, any of those things that kind of smell up our kitchen when we're cooking them, that that smell comes from sulfur. And those are things that go through the body and kind of scrub it of all of those outside influences such as, you know, fungus and bacteria and virus, material and everything else. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Since May, I was on serious detox juicing mainly unless BM, Betty, Scott, or Fred and I had a meal out which was very minimal moments in 2021 for my life and Docs just told me to transfer the juice into solid form now and only once a week ONE 24 hour fast only. So all those things about smells. I haven't had the smell up and now I will start to smell it because they wanted me to actually consume them versus drink them. So I don't like, oh, that smell. I'm not looking forward to it. I prefer to juice it.

Julie Clarke: Well, and that's, that's good. That shows progress because that means that they feel your body is in a place where it can break down the substance of those foods. Um, you know, when you're juicing kind of the process of juicing obviously puts it into a pre digested state. So your body doesn't have to work quite as hard. Um, but if your body is at a point where you can start to break that food down, it's much better because you're obviously going to be getting all the fiber that goes along with all those other nutrients, which typically gets lost in the juicing process because obviously fiber isn't the bulk, the pulp. And so when you're juicing, you don't tend to get that unless you throw that back in there, which most of us don't do. So vitamin C

Joy A Collura: The superoxide, I've never even heard that word before. So is that something I can purchase or is that a food or is that something we'll talk about later?

Julie Clarke: Well, in the case of superoxide dismutase, this one also is, um, one that reduces inflammation inside the system. Uh, it has, um, a lot of, um, you know, it, it works with our natural DNA actually to combat a lot of the viruses and bacteria and different things that our bodies through, you know, that the evolution process it's, it's created, you know, a natural, uh, immunity towards. So superoxide kind of activates that in our body's DNA, but if it's again, suppressed or depresses some fashion because of the nutrients, just not getting absorbed, then it's not going to operate correctly. Um, in terms of where these nutrients from this is gonna be more on the melon's side. So ham number, um, if things like cantaloupe and honeydew, um, also some of those suffer, um, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower, those are good cleansing detox kinds of nutrients. So that's going to have a, that what's called sod, superoxide dismutase in them.

Julie Clarke: Um, in terms of, you know, supplementation, let's look at those food recommendations and see if you can be consuming more of those items to get more of that nutrient. And if not, we can come back to, you know, all of these essentially look at, you know, what might be a good overall supplement to cross over those categories. Okay. So here's the amino acids. Um, this is kind of the muscular skeletal system of the body. So, um, you know, where are the amino acids, you know, have their biggest impact is dealing with, um, just overall, not just the musculoskeletal system, as far as bones joints, soft tissue sounds like with your amount of walking, you're, you're going to be depleting these things a little bit, just because of the exercise is such that you're going through. Um, so you want to make sure that you're getting the right foods that are going to replenish that depletion. Uh, and most of these foods are going to come. The amino acid foods come from animal proteins. So everything from, you know, beef related products to poultry, fish, eggs, dairy, you know, anything along those lines are going to deliver, uh, amino acids to your system. Um, but again, if you're w we, we have to look at what's inhibiting some of this overall absorption, because if you're consuming all of those foods, even though you might be ingesting them, they're just not getting utilized. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: So let's go over and look at these environmental pages first. Okay. So radiation, you mentioned that you've had in the, in the course of the last 90 days, you've gone through a lot of testing and such. So this is clearly one area where, you know, even though we can identify that source, um, specified that it's, you know, more than likely related to that, it's still something that you want to try to move out of your system as quickly as possible, because obviously that's inhibiting, um, in some, to some extent that absorption as well, because once again, your, your body is trying to fight this off and get rid of it. And it's extracting that, that available resource from things like digesting and absorbing those foods to try to get rid of this radiation. Um, just as a quick side note, have you been on any planes, um, in that last 90 day window as well? [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Yes, September 10th of September 17th, but I canceled the one plane trip for this week and I canceled the October one I had, uh, because of the, uh, my body was like no, oh, my doctor. Cause the elevation as well- my bilateral ear infection, did three antibiotics. Um, and it isn't going away. It still hasn't gone away. Um, they're going to MRI on this area for a tumor, a mass. And so that's where it's at. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: Okay. Um, well, here's what I'd like you to do with regard to the radiation, since it sounds like not only is it something that's in your recent history, but it's also something that looks like you might be exposed to, again, going forward, um, check with your doctor and find out if it's okay with them, for you to take a what's called spirulina. Are you familiar with that term?

Um, the reason I mentioned right, spirulina is, um, is a wonderful natural. I mean, it's a, blue-green algae, it's a natural way to combat, um, you know, these environmental intrusions, whether it be EMS or radiation, to some extent chemicals and hydrocarbons, but because of the ongoing exposure, you have to, you know, radiation, this is a great way for you to just add that layer of resistance if you will, to, for your body, so that your body, even though you have to go through, you know, the testing and everything else, you want to minimize the impact overall that it's having on your system. So if you can check with them and make sure that they're okay with you taking that, that's not going to interfere with anything else they're doing. And then that would be, you know, advantageous. Okay. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Yeah. I take seaweed right now, seaweed and seaweed moss, Lilli An's LLC seaweed for face and body detox, but also internally seaweed Moss.

Julie Clarke: for, uh, iodine levels? what the purpose is?

Joy A Collura: Uh, for detox purpose? just went over it yesterday. Yeah, I continue that on.

Julie Clarke: And that's fine. These are, you know, they're, they're, they're slightly different animals if you will. So, um, that's a seaweed, obviously, it's, it's ocean-based, but that's a seaweed it's high in iodine level. It's used for detox purposes, but it's also used to, um, manage that. I had a level, especially for individuals that are dealing with thyroid related issues, uh, when it comes to spirulina, this is a slightly different, um, piece in that it's a algae blue-green algae and it's more of a detox slash you know, preventative measure against all things, environmental such as radiation, you know, like I said, chemicals, EMS, et cetera. So while they're sort of in the same family, they do different things.

Okay. All right. So let's hop over to the, uh, resistance category. So, um, here we have bacteria, mold, spores, and virus showing up once again, when it comes to absorption, um, when you have this level of outside influence between the radiation and these what are called pathogens, um, your, your body is trying very hard to clear itself of these outside influences. And it's really taking away from just the general operational functionality of everything else. Um, sources of bacteria are things like, I mean, obviously, you know, bacteria is out in the, just the general, you know, environment, um, but it can come in through our water source. Um, if you're, if you're drinking filtered water and you know that that's probably not a potential source, if you don't have anything like a whole house filter or something on your home, as you shower wash your hands, or what have you, bacteria can come into the body through your skin, obviously through that mechanism of showering and washing your hands.

Joy A Collura: And Staph/MRSA is a part of my long-term history. So, I had an ischemic attack on the front chest area that was gangrene [lost over 2000 grams of flesh], got cultured to staph and then it turned in the hospital then to MRSA, and then I've not really, I had 18 months of horr... horrible time with that, but in recent this year, 2021, uh, was what I was treated for with antibiotics to the Sinus sections. And that was back in August.

Julie Clarke: Okay. Well, um, it could very well be that that's that source of that, that particular item as well. Um, so between now with regard to virus, um, obviously a lot of folks instantly kind of jumped to COVID as the potential there, but my question for you is number one, were you exposed to COVID that you're, that you know of or were you vaccinated?

Joy A Collura: And hopefully in my entire life, I've, don't have to be a part of any of that. I don't, I don't understand. I've, I've met people who have been induced or had this, or may have family people, family members die of it, but it seemed like they were fine before they went into the hospital. So the people I personally know that ha that went in, they went in for something else. And then once they were in the hospital, then they were, they got it. And so I'm still I'm on the stance that, uh, at this point I'm like not against vaccinations, but I'm not for it either, cause I live in a small town and I'm not around a lot of people. And so for, and for all my health issues, it's not something I want to put something that isn't truly tested as a thing to be safe for my current health. So me, I'm not a person that will get vaccinated if possible. Um, and have I been, I'm sure if I've been at the, uh, I've been at the airport four times this year, so I would say that would be my only public exposure to anything. I stay home mainly in 2021. In the Spring I was at a GMHS loved ones. I limit my time publicly because I truly look forward to my visits with Dr Ted and his family. They have been true dear folks to my life and I rather be secluded from general public exposure just so I can visit that family time to time. They have been such an important role in my life and health path. I did attend one 4 hour moment to Mesa Fire School Sept 9th and their general welcome venue which was about the same amount of time. Otherwise, I have been minimally exposed to the general public.

Julie Clarke: Got it. Well, in this, in terms of virus, again, thinking back in the last 90 days, um, to your knowledge, did you, I mean, obviously our bodies are fighting off viruses every day. That's one of the things it's designed to do, uh, without our knowledge. Uh, obviously when we get symptoms of, (pause)

Julie Clarke: Very good. Well, and again, um, with regard to virus and just trying to, you know, narrow these down to see if we can, you know, come to some, um, you know, area of origin, if you will. Uh, again, thinking back in the last 90 days, was there any, um, viral infection that you were aware of? [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: No. I went to Doctor appointments and surgeries and procedures all of Summer 2021.

Julie Clarke: Okay, good. Then it means again that your body is doing what it's designed to do. So, um, all of these things, you know, in combination, we don't necessarily know exactly what, um, you know, what is causing these two to be reflected on the, on a chart here, we can make some assumptions based on, you know, everything we've talked about as far as what the origin is, but the most important thing really is to work on clearing this particular substance for the body, um, because of everything that your body is going through and experiencing, I think staying just with foods as cleansers is going to be your best opportunity, uh, simply because you don't want to interfere with all of the other things that you're dealing with in your, your doctors are trying to remedy as far as the situation. So, you know, wherever you add garlic, ginger, pineapple, elderberry, any of these particular items here are going to work at assisting your body and clearing that material, whether it be the, the virus or whatever out of your body is, you know, as quickly as possible. So try your best to, you know, add in some of those foods. Again, you'll see a little bit more of a specific list when we get to the food recommendations page. This is general, but, um, just try your best to bring some of those in, you know, as often as you can per week, just to make sure that, uh, like I said, you're giving your body that extra boost and that level of assistance. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Okay. I already do. [I am frustrated because I love life but all I ever do anymore is keep feeding the medical system to just keep me drawing it out doing everything right yet never seeing the reward for doing right. I never get to spend time exploring / hikes with my husband & dog because on his time off we are busy attending medical appointments to try and get me stronger and more balanced. I know I do my part. I mean this Summer 2021 I even went way out of my thinking and just winged a moment that left me stuck - questioning - am I even myself anymore. I liked how I felt- I was happy in that moment. I felt I met a forever person. Yet we do not even speak or engage in knowing another since. Who was that person this Summer? I enjoy life just finding it disgusting every dime goes to helping me not just my household but friends and family have financially contributed even local business owner. It gets old. My life insurance is almost up and I spent my savings on trying to figure out why my hiking pal and I almost died 8.5 years ago but 19 did die that day. I have all this internal passion and I just want to be well again. So, that is where I stand- frustrated yet blessed and assured with God, all things are possible.]

Julie Clarke: Okay. Food restrictions. So on this particular list here, um, there's a list of items, this list that are going to, uh, basically be identifying, uh, those items that you'll want to restrict for the next 90 days. Um, there's some things on this list that you might be consuming a fair amount of, and that's the reason they show up here because your body is basically saying, I simply can't handle, you know, the volume

Joy A Collura: I am allergic to most of them on the list. Sorry, I'm allergic to most of those on the list. Okay. Never consumed them. I am allergic to them. That was diagnosed years ago.

Julie Clarke: All right. Well then more than likely than this is falling into that second category as to why they will show up here. And that's because it's obviously something that your body does not want and is, is instructing you to stay away from. So if there's nothing here that is, you know, kind of controversial, something that you don't really want to give up on for the next 90 days, we're good. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: The only thing I do outside of, uh, like the normal regimen that you had up above is date rolls. I add, it seems like every, either 10 days or every 10 weeks, I have to have my organic date rolls with coconut flakes.

[ my treat when I cut out organic popcorn is the date rolls and if ever asked again you bet chicken wings and a CL is in order some day again. ]

Julie Clarke: Got it. Okay. And none of that is on this list here. So you are good. Okay. Food additives. And this is one that you definitely want to take a look at, especially given everything that your body is going through right now. Um, these, some of these additives may be in skincare products like sunscreens or something along those lines. Uh, this is your obviously personalized list here. And what you'll want to do is as you scroll over to this next page, um, under step two, do you see where it says, click here for more food additives. If you click on this, this page here, this pulls up the master list of all those additives that are out there. So you pull up that master list and then go back to your personal list. Um, and you can look up these items and find out, you know, where they are typically found either in foods or body care products. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: So in the case of, let's just take magnesium oxide. If you look up this name on that master list, it'll say magnesium oxide is found in these foods or these products. And it doesn't mean you can't, you know, consume those items or use those types of products. You just want to make sure the one you choose does not have that, uh, that additive in it. Um, and, and one of the primary reasons, especially given the, you know, all of the exposures that you have in the radiation material and everything else, if you look up some of these items, you might find that they are actually, um, acting as magnets for radiation, toxic metals, chemicals, and hydrocarbons. They literally pull that kind of material into your body. So, you know, where possible, if any of these have that kind of, you know, action to them, you want to make sure that you, like I said, are not using a lotion or a body wash or sunscreen or something like that. That might be further exacerbating that problem for you. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Okay. That TO C O P H E R O L , that, um, I have to go look that one up, but I, I feel like I've seen that word before recently.

Julie Clarke: Well, uh, alpha tocopherol. Yeah. Yeah. That's a lot of times, that's fine. That's found in, uh, vitamin supplements as a synthetic version of vitamin E. So you might have seen that on a supplement. Um, it, it may be that someone's tried to insert that into a supplement that you were given or something I'm not sure, but that's what that usually is. Alrighty. Um, and if you want to get more information about any of these categories, EMF toxins, again, food additives, that's definitely one. You want to look at what that, you know, personalized list for you got support. Um, the report is already quite long, so we try to minimize the volume, but if you do want to get more details on any of those categories, you can find that there just by clicking on those, um, those pages

Joy A Collura: Technically I am at step two already.

Julie Clarke: Yeah. And you know what, I don't pay a lot of attention to these steps, to be honest with you. Um, I think probably with everything you're doing, you're, you're more than likely working on all these things simultaneously anyway, but certainly if you feel that that, that would be helpful for you. That's fine. It's just more about you and drinking water and kind of following the, you know, the food recommendations that you've been given and so on. Okay. So this page here, page 29, this is our most important page, 29 and 30, the most important pages of the report, because this is the list of those food items, um, in order of priority that are the, the nutrient needs that you have right now. So if you go down this left-hand column beginning with Biotin, D three, B 12, et cetera, that's the order of priority of the nutrients that your body is in need of, and this list to the right is a, uh, a general list of the best food sources for the, those nutrient items. [emphasis added]

Julie Clarke: So if you look at Biotin, best sources would be, um, you know, eggs with peas, lentils, walnuts, et cetera. If by some chance, something that's on this general food recommendation list is on your food restriction list. Just skip over that item. We don't cross reference these lists because, um, it would take a long time to get these reports back if we did and, and a host of other things. So if again, that, uh, that food restriction list is going to take priority over this one. So if there's something on that food restriction list that shows here just, you know, skip over that. But other than that, you'll, you'll want to try to pick out, like I said, two or three things that you're not currently eating, um, you know, in the case of biotin, maybe if you're not currently eating many walnuts or almonds, actually that was no that's different cauliflower or something along those lines. Just try to pull in more of those types of foods so that you give your body more of the nutrients that contained biotin. That makes sense. [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: I am allergic to almonds and peanuts. Yeah, it makes sense. It's just, I think right now I'm having a problem absorbing. I'm already doing all that. So now it's coming to the point that if I'm doing that and I'm not absorbing it, then it's, what's the origin of that? Cause I look at that list. Yeah. The list is what I already have been doing. And if that came back that I'm not absorbing it, then that's a concern.

Julie Clarke: Well, and that's where we go. If you look at this next page here, this is a list of those food suggestions that are going to counter all of those elements, those outside environmental elements that are preventing the absorption. So you want to be doing these things simultaneously working on this list here, it's going to combat that radiation, the virus, the bacteria, all of those, all of these types of foods, support your body's effort to get rid of these outside influences. Same thing with, you know, down here that EMF category, you just had sensitivities there, but these are good foods in that respect. And then when you add in that spirulina, which again is really going to heavily target things like radiation and exposure, chemicals, et cetera. Um, you add in that, that supplement together with these foods. You're going to find that, you know, that should work on clearing out those environmental intrusions so that your body can absorb those nutrients more freely. And even though you might be consuming some of these things right now, as we can remove that, that barrier to absorption. Now you might be able to, your body might be ready to consume and absorb not, not consumed, but absorb more of these items, [emphasis added]

Joy A Collura: Got to talk to doctor. I want to talk to Dr. in Payson, but I think spirulina is the one I'm allergic to. I have to go and look, but that name looks so familiar and things I'm allergic to

Julie Clarke: It says, that's why I suggested talk.

Joy A Collura: Yeah. Some of them highly sensitive too. And, but some of them really allergic to

Julie Clarke: Well. So you can look at spirulina. Another option is something called cracked cell chlorella, which is spelled C H O R E L L a. That has a lot of chlorophyll in it as well. You can also look directly at chlorophyll or Reeves and I tend to stay.

Joy A Collura: I have the supplement chlorophyll. Yeah. Yeah.

Julie Clarke: Well, and it may be that, you know, sparely, you know, the reason that's a greater value is because it has amino acids. It has minerals, it has vitamins in it. So it comes with a lot of other nutrients as well as that, that excess level of chlorophyll. But you know, if for some reason that's something that you can't take either because the doctor's suggesting to stay away from it, or you have an allergic reaction to it, then see if you can maybe increase the, in the ingestion of chlorophyll just to try to combat that, that radiation exposure. Okay. And again, these, all of these other foods are going to help. You know, if you look at this, you're obviously already taking the green matcha tea is another option, garlic onions, wheat grasses in that Spirulina, a family, um, parsley ginger, any of these foods here are going to be very good at working against that radiation exposure in addition to the cracked cell chlorella, spirulina, et cetera. Okay. Now, is there, are there any page that you want to go back to and revisit because maybe it doesn't make sense or it's not. So any questions?

Joy A Collura: I would normally just let you talk and write notes down and at the end I would do that, but today I've been talking and interacting through the whole thing, so that'd be no- no questions.

Julie Clarke: Well, and I appreciate that you had a lot of great questions. Okay. So, um, when you've had a chance, now that we've gone through the report, when you've had a chance to kind of digest it and think about it, if there's any questions that you have, um, you know, just email me back obviously to the address that, uh, came to you, when you, we sent you the report, just email me back and let me know. And if there's anything that you have as a result of, you know, the doctor, you know, consultation, or what have you, let me know if there's anything further, they suggest that you take a look at, or that you have a question about,

Joy A Collura: I have a question on, um, so you know, how healthy habits downtown has a site and then, uh, it's, what's called Wellevate or how do you call it? Wellevate I think it's called, well, wait, do you guys have an account towards that for credit? Like if I was to go to purchase any of these things, would you guys have a, an, uh, a direct crdit link for my purchase? Um, like in Costa Mesa, she has a direct link to, um, you know, the Wellevate that gives her credit for, so do you guys have any of that or you guys get credit since you took the time to explain all this?

Julie Clarke: Oh, no. And that's not important. Um, and if you, if healthy habits --that they're a great store, if that's where you typically go to get your supplements, that's wonderful. We have an account with a company called Fullscript, um, where you could get, you know, a slight discount on the products. If you're interested in getting something just sent directly to your home, um, I can certainly send you over that, that connection if you will. But other than that healthy habits, like I said, great store, fabulous group of people, very knowledgeable.

Joy A Collura: Yeah. They've been a part of my life a very long time, been same spot forever. Um,

Joy A Collura: They have really good products, so I'm one of the things that really helped with the gangrene. I had a really bad scarring and, uh, I totally can, um, a person who's seen it, um, for scarred adhesions, scarring, uh, it's called vitalyzymXe - it took badly scarred up areas and made it okay again. Highly recommend it.

not the regular vital , but the Xe professional one, um, it took away complete scar adhesion. So externally, but internally too. So that's where you gotta make sure people understand that when they're taking this product, it could actually do things great for external, but it does it internally too. And that was not good for me. Cause I had the, the biopsy from 2005 on the chest area. And so all that scarred adhesions went away and now it's got vascular movement to that area. So you have to think of those things. You're thinking, oh, I got, you know, the scars are away on the outside, you know, stretch marks are gone, whatever, but then you have to think what's going on on the inside too, when you start something like that good product though, from healthy habits. Yeah. So right. But it was really an educational visit today - thank you for your time and education. Uh, and to bounce off of various that I, it, when I saw the report, I was like, are those just the boiler plate? And that was my key thing. And I get, and the ones that are highlighted pertains to me or all of those, and then the ones that are highlighted are more the priority, but they all are a concern. That's the thing I didn't understand when I was reading it.

Julie Clarke: All right. Well, I'm happy to talk with you. It was wonderful to sort of hear your story. I'm sorry, again, for all the challenges that you've gone through, but it sounds like you're managing through and I give you a great deal of credit. That's a, that's a hard journey, but you seem to have a pretty solid attitude towards it. And obviously you're doing anything you can to remedy the issues as well,

Joy A Collura: Absolutely. Gotta be around a long time, you know? And so I see one side of the family that dies old and the other side in their forties and fifties. So I have to keep those things in my mind - genetics and to my factors at hand, you know, and look at what happened to them. I'm really a duplicate of my father who died in the sixties, but I'm very much, I have all his records when he died. So I I'm, his I'm looking at his and I'm like, it's very duplicate to the path I'm going at the same age he was going. So it's like, I'm watching, I'm reading his storybook and it's actually my storybook. So it's a lot of genetics going on, you know, so,

Julie Clarke: Well, you know, again, you can, you can control some of those things by, you know, what you do and how you do it. And I think you're, you're on the right path for sure. So

Joy A Collura: Thank you. Have a beautiful day.

Julie Clarke: Bye. Thank you.


Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021 at 10:44 PM

Brain Doctor (Costa Mesa CA emailed me my current list to make it easier to copy and paste)

Daily Intake Currently as of 9-3-21: Matcha - not in three weeks. Manuka DHEA - 10mg daily. Supporting glutathione and detoxification: Glutathione - one application daily. Zinc picolinate - 30mg with food daily. Selenium - 100mcg daily, or just eat 1-2 Brazil nuts. Molybdenum - 500 mcg daily. NAC - 600mg twice a day. As needed: Everyday Stress GABA Calming Vit D 50k per week Oxy powder - prn for constipation, not currently NAC - ran out L-lysine Multi Grape seed - ? SolGar Curcumin Potassium Manganese Arginine and citrulline

VitalZymeXe Vega protein - not since early Sept Glutathione - 450mg, 1000mg essential phopholipids Enzymatica GI recovery ACV Molbdenum Hibiscus Methylcobalamine Olive leaf - prn Iodine - stopped Echinacea - prn Osha - prn Marcopharma Selenium Sambucus - prn Chlorphyll

Lilli An's whole product line, with turmeric and ginger.


good night

. 11-4-21 2:47am

back to working on the post (IM)


11-7-21 6:34pm: Mary is not helping Dan so I am-

in exchange I will get my vitamins and amino acids-

back to strict intake:

getting tree out --- not really decorated and up yet just brain storming and based on my July event

I am calling the theme of this year : Stash'n Thru The Snow ... I will be busy this week so barely be on the pc


11-10-21 1pm: A Summary and Analysis of the Three Billy Goats Gruff Fairy Tale ... some seem to just go to the cul-de-sac where the gate is this month of the "10 and 18" 14.10 acreage land In Glen Ilah Yarnell Arizona and one will see the "fairy tale" there... There’s only one problem: under the bridge [aka Super Dave's home up on the knoll] they [ you all ] must cross [ Super Dave's easement to the cul-de-sac ], there lives a fearsome troll, [ in my humble opinion, after what I have seen myself ( go see what the YCSO body cams shows too) and what even happened last night to someone and in recent times to others - that fearsome man is Super Dave for his vulgar mouth even with kids around - such a disrespectful man - no reason for it. ] who is known for eating anyone who tries to cross ‘his’ bridge. [ he can try to use vulgarity and bully others - he ain't gonna to me ever - I am a law abiding citizen. ]. Call me "Gruff" - (soft smiles)

As the European story goes - "This billy goat Gruff calls the troll’s bluff: go on then, he dares him, eat me up. The troll leaps to devour the goat, and the billy goat knocks the troll off the bridge, using his horns. The troll falls into the river and is quickly carried away by the current."