Hello, I’m Juanita. I live in Dallas, near my mother, younger sister, brother-in-law and baby nephew. I’m a Psychology student and senior care giver. At the time I started this blog, I had struggled for 14 years or more with gastrointestinal issues, including: systemic candida, an h.pylori infection and food intolerances, and emotional/mental imbalances, including: panic attacks, phobias, and benzodiazepine addiction. Over the years, I had tried numerous treatments, taken multiple tests, and tried all sorts of doctors and natural health practitioners, diets, supplements and prescription drugs. Along the way, I somehow managed to complete training to become a Certified Hypnotherapist through the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA), primarily with the hopes of overcoming my own phobias through hypnosis.
Seven years ago, I decided to record everything I’ve tried on my journey to recovery, wanting to share what worked and what didn’t with others who were suffering with the same things. I am happy to say, that today I am much, much better than I was 4 years ago. It’s like night and day. But with some things it is still an ongoing healing process. As I try new things (healing modalities, foods, supplements), I will share my experiences here. I hope you will find something here that will help you.
This blog focuses on the topics of Systemic Candida and the bacteria, H. pylori, along with the different diets, supplements, medications, and other treatments that have given me relief from symptoms, including emotional and energy-based therapies.
Disclaimer: I am only sharing personal experience. I am not a medical doctor, therefore I cannot give medical advice. The information presented herein is not presented with the intention of diagnosing or treating any disease or condition. This information is for educational purposes only. No responsibility is assumed by the author nor anyone connected with this website for the use of this information and no guarantees of any kind are made for the performance or effectiveness of the recommendations provided.