SEPTEMBER MESSAGE FROM JO ROSEN, PRESIDENT

“Happy Birthday, Jo Rosen” has a glorious, in fact, triumphant ring to it this year, for it was just a little over a year ago that I faced Colon Cancer and the battle for my life. Today, my birthday gift is my medical report of CANCER FREE and with it a long and healthy future. I share this because like so many in our Parkinson’s community, … [Read more...]

BITS & PIECES-ZINC & MUSIC!

BITS AND PIECES ZINC - Without it, you couldn't taste and smell. Your immune system needs it, and it helps cuts, scrapes, and sores heal. It may help you keep your sight as you get older. While you can get zinc from plant sources like sesame and pumpkin seeds, chickpeas, lentils, and cashews, it's easier for your body to absorb it from animal … [Read more...]

ALONG COME STATIN DRUGS!

ALONG COME STATIN DRUGS! Some 25 million Americans take these so-called “wonder drugs” to lower their “bad” cholesterol levels, but is this popular class of pharmaceuticals actually safe? NOPE! There are over 900 studies proving the adverse effects of statin drugs, including anemia, chronic fatigue, acidosis, liver dysfunction, thyroid … [Read more...]

MONTHLY MARIJUANA COOKING CLASS TEACHES CALGARIANS TO COOK WITH CANNABIS

MONTHLY MARIJUANA COOKING CLASS TEACHES CALGARIANS TO COOK WITH CANNABIS Recipes include cannabis cooking oils, flour and butter Andrew Brown, CBC News Posted: Aug 27, 2016 6:51 PM MT Last Updated: Aug 27, 2016 6:51 PM MT “Crystal Gooding has been cooking with marijuana for around 15 years.” — Andrew Brown/CBC A group of Calgarians took … [Read more...]

FOODS BAD FOR CONSTIPATION

FOODS BAD FOR CONSTIPATION PRO Staff Writer People with Parkinson’s seem to be riddled with constipation. Last Month we covered the use of magnesium to relieve constipation. If you get constipated often, you may want to take a look at your diet. Here’s a list of items you should either avoid or eat/use less of; in some cases you may find … [Read more...]