Browsing Archives of Author »Peggi Ingram«

Fat, Happiness and the Present Moment

September 20, 2018

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I had a very interesting ‘ah ha’ the other day.   I noticed that as I am in the process of fat loss and I reached a number on the scale – I was ecstatic, happy, felt accomplished, empowered, thin, and was proud of myself. On the other hand, when I was gaining the weight and […]

Arthritis: A Personal View

April 3, 2018

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Originally posted on Genesis Transformation's Blog:
? Recently someone asked me what arthritis feels like and what it feels like when I go off my food plan. I was diagnosed with arthritis a week after my 26th birthday.  I was limping everywhere, taking 8 ibuprofen a day and had just moved my family 600 miles.  I…

RN Advice: What’s the Harm?

December 11, 2017

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Daria asks:  How much harm am I doing when I have a glass of wine or an unhealthy dessert/appetizer at the many parties this holiday? This is a great question Daria but the answer is – it all depends.  If you are experiencing ANY pain, illness, sleep disturbance, bowel abnormalities, irritabilities, headaches, or are overweight […]

RN Advice: Should I take my prescriptions?

December 8, 2017

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Karen asks: I have been diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis and my doctor is prescribing several anti-inflammatory medications to manage the pain.  Should I take them? This question could easily be for any number of inflammatory illnesses such as: Any arthritis Crohn’s disease Heart disease High blood pressure High cholesterol Thyroid issues Fibromyalgia Type II diabetes, […]

RN ADVICE: The Christmas To Do List

December 6, 2017

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Originally posted on Genesis Transformation's Blog:
I am betting that every one of us has a list that is much longer than the list in the picture and we are experiencing a lot of stress over that list.  I know in the past, my lists were very detailed. I put a lot of pressure…

RN Advice: Holiday Inflammation

November 27, 2017

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Originally posted on Genesis Transformation's Blog:
I love this time of the year with the turning foliage, pumpkins baking in the oven and toasty fires but frankly this saying is right on.  Halloween is the beginning of abundant comfort food meals and baked treats.  Couple that with increased stress – a toxic combination that…

Help for the Holidays – Small Group Coaching

October 24, 2017

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