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Stop Your Migraine In It's Tracks

Stop Your Migraine In It’s Tracks

Migraines are awful. Simply unbearable. In fact migraines are listed as the 6th most disabling illness in the world, with over 1 million hospital visits in the U.S. alone. I suffered for migraines for years and like many of you know the drugs don’t work. They only mildly dull the pain. The good news? I […]

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Thyroid Health- Vit D and Stress

Thyroid Health- Vit D and Stress

This is part of a series on the factors that negatively affect thyroid health. Today we will cover Vit D and touch upon stress (we will cover this in a lot more detail in the next post!) Vitamin-D deficiency might increase your risk of autoimmune thyroid disease and thyroid dysfunction . You might be consuming […]

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The Plan for Diabetes

The Plan for Diabetes

The Plan is an amazing program for helping clients gain control over their blood sugars. Whether you are a type 2 diabetic or a type 1 diabetic or just someone dealing with early stage glucose intolerance, learning which foods stabilize your insulin and glucose levels can help you get off the rollercoaster for good.   […]

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Find the Foods & Exercise That Boost Your Metabolism

Find the Foods & Exercise That Boost Your Metabolism

We have always been taught that calories mattered. That if you exercised you would lose weight, and if you exercise more you would lose more weight. But in fact, neither “fact” is true. It’s all about your metabolism and what foods work for your chemistry.   When you exercise too intensely for YOUR body, you […]

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MSM- The Wonder Supplement for Your Gut

MSM- The Wonder Supplement for Your Gut

What do we use MSM for at The Plan? • ‪Acid‬ Reflux • Healthy collagen synthesis for skin, hair and nails • Wrinkles • ‪Asthma‬ • ‪Arthritis‬ • ‪Inflammation‬ (especially of mucous membranes) • ‪Candida‬- yeast overgrowth • ‪Leaky Gut‬ • ‪Migraines‬ • ‪‎Liver‬ detoxification and choline production   MSM helps to alleviate the symptoms […]

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Cook For The Week In Under An Hour!

Cook For The Week In Under An Hour!

Fall is here and we are all gearing up for the holidays. But with what is possibly the best time of year can also bring an unexpected present… the dreaded holiday muffin top . Too many parties, too much take out, dinner out in restaurant all add up. But it’s easy to bypass this weight […]

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Rotate or React- The Plan

Rotate or React- The Plan

Rotate or React. Shelly asked how often should we be retesting and how often should to rotate foods. Remember that rotating foods that work for your chemistry is the best way to keep losing weight, be at your healthiest and not build up food sensitivities which cause inflammation. Great questions, so here you go! Wheat is […]

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Is Hidden Yeast Overgrowth Slowing Your Weight Loss?

Is Hidden Yeast Overgrowth Slowing Your Weight Loss?

One of the things that can mysteriously and frustratingly prevent us from losing weight is a systemic yeast problem. Most people think of yeast as being vaginal, but everyone has yeast. Yes, men too. You could have never had an apparent yeast infection in your life and still have yeast overgrowth. We have a very […]

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Tony Lonero, Former Olympian, Put Multiple Sclerosis In Remission Using The Plan

Tony Lonero, Former Olympian, Put Multiple Sclerosis In Remission Using The Plan

I received a wonderful email 3 years ago from Tony Lonero, since then we have become good friends. I am so proud, that at the age of 57, he is still qualifying, and EXCELLING, in bike races like the Paris-Brest-Paris, with his Multiple Sclerosis in full remission thanks to The Plan. 2013 “Hi Lyn I wanted […]

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Alcat Tests - Do They Work?

Alcat Tests – Do They Work?

I recently read some interesting comment about blood tests for food allergies from a recent study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. ” We don’t really understand all of the reasons why one person with IgE to a food will have serious reactions to the food, while another can eat it without […]

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