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10 of Our Best Tips to Beat the Winter Blues

Frank Autoimmune Mom (& Dad) Life, Coping with Symptoms, Emotional Healing, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease, Nontoxic Living & Natural Remedies 2 Comments

“Winter is my favorite season!” I can’t believe I said this repeatedly to my dad when I was in high school.  He thought I was out of my mind. Now, I realize there are people out there who really enjoy long, cold winter months.  Apparently, I used to be one …

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Can One Tiny Change Heal Your Autoimmune Disease?

Frank Autoimmune Mom (& Dad) Life, Disease Management & Treatment, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease 4 Comments

“Too often, we convince ourselves that massive success requires massive action.”  This is a perfectly suited quote for many things in life, but particularly… overcoming an autoimmune disease. The title of this post poses a tricky question.  And, yes, I will actually answer it.  But before we get to that, …

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How to Do Housework When You’re Exhausted from Autoimmune Disease

Frank Autoimmune Mom (& Dad) Life, Coping with Symptoms, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease 8 Comments

What does peanut butter and jelly, and autoimmune disease paired with no energy, have in common? WARNING: Dad joke imminent… They always go together!  Get it?!  (I know it’s not funny… but it’s true!) Autoimmune disease seems to always have a tag-along buddy of chronic fatigue… or, as we like …

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10 Must-Have Tools for your Autoimmune Healing Kitchen

Frank Autoimmune Mom (& Dad) Life, Food is Medicine, Healing Kitchen & Diet Tips, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease Leave a Comment

When you talk to the average person about cooking, their face doesn’t exactly light up.  It’s work.  It takes time, effort, and creativity that draws out energy that could be applied to something more… enjoyable. But for those of us with an autoimmune disease (or multiple), controlling what and how …