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Jun 19, 2007

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Getting things moving

I have tried quite a few over the counter meds to try to get me unplugged but they seem a bit too harsh (i'm fragile!). I have been using a bundle (http://www.jigsaw s/constipation-rec ommendations.html) that contains probiotics and digestive enzymes. They work by breaking down the proteins in your digestive track to make digestion easier. The probiotics work to help the friendly bacteria in your intestines as well as help to absorb calcium, copper, iron, and magnesium, all of which are very important to your overall health.  (Jun 23, 2007 | post #18)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Here are two great links that you may find helpful: CFS - http://www.jigsawh /chronic_fatigue_s yndrome.html Fibromyalgia - http://www.jigsawh /chronic_fatigue_s yndrome.html Both pages have a wealth of knowledge about these chronic conditions and info on dietary and lifestyle changes that you can try to help reduce the effects of these conditions naturally.  (Jun 23, 2007 | post #5)


Diagnosing & treating allergies

Hello Irene! Try this link: http://www.jigsawh /allergies-symptom s.html. There is some great info about allergies in general and at the bottom there are a few self-assessment test you can try. Give this a go and see if you can pinpoint what might be causing your sneezing. Good Luck!  (Jun 23, 2007 | post #3)


Best Buy Drugs for treating high cholesterol

Here is some great info on some natural supplements that can help with beating high cholesterol: http://www.jigsawh /cholesterol-recom mendations.html. The carnitine blend and the fish oil have great benefits if you have high cholesterol, they would help a lot even if you didn't. Read up on the info there and see what you think. Theses supplements will only be helpful if you use them as they were meant to be used, as supplements to an already healthy lifestyle. If you are really looking to beat your high cholesterol/blood pressure/heart problems you need to eat healthy and find a regular exercise routine that fits you.  (Jun 19, 2007 | post #2)