Short and sweet….that’s life!

Interesting to see that my story is still out there getting press coverage. Thanks to a lovely reporter who stays in touch and helps me to tell my story.

A bit shorter a piece than last time but all the better for being in a national UK magazine that even gets sold abroad.

How fish oils helped me overckme ME

A change in ME!


About recoveringme

Recovering Me is about your journey in life, where you are now and where you want to be. Everything that has ever been created has started with a thought. Where can your thoughts take you when you step onto the path of change.
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2 Responses to Short and sweet….that’s life!

  1. Ann Clark says:

    I met you at Sefton Support Groups in 2012 when Ray Perrin was talking. You mentioned your adrenal glands were effected. According to Sarah Myhill and an adrenal stress test mine is too. What did you do to address this problem. I take pregnenalone but don’t fancy the stronger DEA?
    I would be very grateful,for your comments
    Ann Clark

    • recoveringme says:

      Hi Ann,
      great to hear from and to see that you are being pro active in your recovery.
      Do you keep a record of your temperature morning, noon and afternoon and also your resting pulse as these will help with the following information.
      My answer is 3 step……
      1) you need a good protein breakfast with lots of vitamins in it so my answer is and always will be my fresh organic and mainly vegetable juice with pea protein. Other days I will have eggs but not often as I do tend to miss my vitamin boost. I am just about to amend my juice recipie as I know the ingredients that I use don´t work for everyone.Cereal style, porridge – carbohydrate breakfasts are a complete No as your adrenals need protein to give them a healthy start to the day.
      2) Nutri adrenal – this is a tablet with bovine adrenal gland in it and I took 8 a day at first and now find a maintenance dose is between 2 and 4 depending on my stress levels, as you can see I am back to a normal life and stress is a part of it. Happy to give you the info you need on it and will do so in a direct email to you. It does need careful careful introduction into your system and I will explain all you need to know and believe me it is worth the effort.
      3) yes I do take DHEA and again have found it to be really beneficial to me. I only take 2 a day and do notice a difference if I stop them for a few days.
      The adrenal/Throid axis is a vital one to get right and if you are working always towards your better health and you are nearly there but need a bit more support then it is worth a trial, closely observed by yourself with a diary and also with helpful feedback from those around you.
      Hope this all helps and I will email you shortly.
      Keep working towards better health

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