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FMS eNews 02/03/13

Hello to you all
How the weeks fly by.  It’s now MARCH!  Yesterday was St David’s Day which reminds one of daffodils, now beginning to show themselves in gardens and by the wayside.  A cheerful reminder that Spring is on its way. 


108.  If you never dare to get your feet wet, you will never get to witness the greatness of the waves.


Written by Dharshi, a 22 year old Christian in Australia, suffering (but fighting) with fibromyalgia: fighting to love God with her limited strength, fighting to find joy in the midst of her struggles; and fighting to hold on to the ability to dream about a future that’s better than the present.


Living with Fibromyalgia

Shannon Hutcheson
Shannon Hutcheson, a 43 yr old married crazy cat lady in the Greater Toronto Area living with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome blogs about her experiences in daily living with Fibromyalgia. She has lots of Canadian specific resources and encourages other Canadians to share theirs. Avid advocate of Invisible Illnesses.


Lynn-Marie’s Blog

Lynne-Marie with her husband
‘This site is designed to record the progress of living with, dealing with, and trying to understand the Invisible Disease. I hope to have post from myself, my husband, and my children on what it’s like as a family to live and deal with Fibromyalgia.’

Read Lynn-Marie’s Blog


Welcome From Sleepydust!

‘A big hello to you!
This issue of the Sleepydust Emagazine brings you more news from the ME/CFS & FMS communities, and lots more interesting stuff too...
If you would like to learn more about the basics of ME/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome then be sure to check out the 'Spotlight' section on the causes of ME/CFS. It certainly makes for interesting reading!’



LIVING WELL with FIBROMYALGIA Vol 2; Issue 1 - March 1, 2013

The cover picture of this emagazine  is the winner of the fibro  photo competition held last year.

A plethora of fibromyalgia related articles; real life stories, latest research, product reviews, a bit of history and a lot of encouragement.  It majors on Fibromyalgia Awareness Day, 12th May.  What will YOU do?




This site is designed to inform sufferers of Natural Treatments to Live Well with Fibromyalgia. Massage, Accupucture, Accupressure, Rieke, Tai Chi and Yoga. Natural Muscle Cell Sugar (D- Ribose w/ Malic Acid )to replace lost ATP in our muscles include B Vitimins. I take Vitamin D, B Vitimins,  I like liquid b-6 for a quick energy boost, Malic Acid, Magnesium, Co Q 10 and Omega 3 Fish Oil. All these help me stay energenic and Fibro Fog Free.  It is recommended to follow the Alkaline Diet and other self help treatments. I have designed a "Patent Pending" Therapuedic Garment to eliminate hypoxic tenderpoints and protect us from the Changes in Weather & Temperature.’


Why PROLOTEX™ Works for Fibromyalgia:

PROLOTEX™ is all about increasing microcirculation, relieving pain, reducing swelling, flushing toxins, and helping to rejuvenate healthy cellular functioning.
PROLOTEX™ fabric is fused with a special patented bio-ceramic formula that emits natural far infrared rays deep within the soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments) of the body.

Dr Anthony Hill

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This is an advertisement for PureVital tablets, but worth a look!

“In recent years, science has made great progress, particularly concerning the cause of illnesses. It is now known that 95% of illnesses are caused by the clogging up of wastefiltering organs. It is scientifically proven that by detoxifying them, you can prevent the effects of ageing and stay fit and healthy, even get healthier, whatever your age.”


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Feb. 27th, 2013 Newsletter


Top Foods To Avoid On a Gluten Free Diet

‘For those just getting started on a gluten free diet, the task can be very daunting.  Identifying what to and what not to avoid is where most people get stuck or frustrated.   Below we have put together a video and a list of some of the most common foods that will get you into trouble while following a gluten free diet…’


Dr Gloris’a Blog
This blog is now free for everyone to access.

Latest articles

Clocking Your Health...What Your Internal Clock Says About You  

Hold-on to your Smile...


 'Organic' from China exposed: The shocking truth about 'organic' foods grown in the world's worst environmental cesspool

 “When it comes to foods, superfoods and even nutritional supplements from China, "organic" is largely a hoax. This is my opinion, of course, but I've been researching the issue quite extensively as the key decision maker for new products in the Natural News Store. And I've come to the conclusion that "organic" from China is largely a fraud. Here's why...


IL Newsletter, 20th February 2013
1. Advice on Disability Discrimination
2. Guest Blog: Find Me Good Care
3. Etac UK - Special Function Powerchairs
4. Spinal Injuries Association Survey
5. Dementia Challenge - £150,000 Innovation Prize
6. Nutrition Blogspot, BMI update, and more


Newsletter Issue 26 - February 2013
Raising Awareness Together
Many of you are helping to raise awareness about your conditions. You’re not only encouraging supporters and donations, but you’re spreading knowledge and eliminating stigmas.


The 10 Essentials for Healthy Living

Watch this video for healthy tips to improve your life


Mansion Tax for disabled people !

‘I believe the proceeds of a new "Mansion Tax" of up to £2 Billions PA should be used to protect the sick, ill and disabled in the UK. We should try to look after our disabled like we try to look after our pensioners. Both are right in a compassionate and progressive society. If you agree sign this new petition. Thanks.
Best wishes Mike Moulding ‘

See also


Here ends another epistle!  This took nine A4 pages of my original draft.  And I have loads more stacked for another time,  that I didn’t use.  There is no excuse for anyone not to be educated about FM is there? 
Fondest greetings to you all
N.B.   I would like to point out to you that the information in my eNews  blog is passed on to you mainly from other sources.   Links are given to the original articles.   I take no responsibility for their accuracy but freely give them publicity if I think they might be of interest to my readership.  Sites I refer you to are  for information only.  They might conflict in their opinions, they might not even be medically sound, but I merely offer them for you to peruse and make your own judgements, accept or reject as you will.  Only by reading widely can we get an overall picture of fibromyalgia syndrome and how we can deal with its symptoms, learn to cope with them and still have a life.  Any advice or recommendation of a medical or legal nature should always be discussed with a qualified professional.  

I also include various awareness items, benefits issues, as well as general health considerations.    Anyone wishing to reproduce any of the included items in printed form should seek permission from the originators.
Wordz for the Week are from ‘Wordz for the Day’ by Donnie Kuhn, Sr. who died in May 2011.
This eNews is my personal offering to fibromyalgia sufferers and their carers and is not related to any other organisation or charity.
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