Penny Stone
Chemical exposure. Hormone imbalance. Chronic headache over months.

Penny Stone
Doctors attributed her ailments to bush and tree pollen before age 10. Thus Penny and her parents never considered her chronic childhood ailments were caused by her food. She ate well and often directly from the family garden. Penny was exposed to many now illegal pesticides and herbicides even before she was born. Then she grew up in a neighborhood regularly fumigated for mosquitos.

As a child she was frequently ill with sinus related ailments. As a young adult she had hormonal problems which culminated in a hysterectomy in her late 30's. By her mid 40's Penny was not able to eat much and had suffered with a headache for over a year.  

Refusing to accept her pain she prayed for help and found a naturopathic pharmacist. The pharmacist explained the role of that Penny's chemical toxicity has in her food intolerance. The pharmacist guided her in dietary and lifestyle changes that Penny followed strictly for one year. Today, Penny can eat foods that she usually avoids and get only a minor discomfort. But if she eats several of them together, or one of them often, her Fibromyalgia symptoms will reoccur.

She is more outgoing and teaches others by example how to overcome obstables and engage life. Visit her at her website, www.WholeHorsePower.com

Complaints prior to healing: constipation, sore throats, headaches, ear aches, swollen glands, sinus congestion, various digestive issues, hormone imbalance, depression, foggy thinking, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.

Food Powers with Penny Stone (mp3)
 

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