Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Are you concerned about GMO products?

In the event you are concerned with eating, drinking and using GMO (genetically modified organism) foods then I have a link for you. A chart that can be printed and carried with you while shopping and then you have an idea of which products are potentially harmful I have known for a long time that if you cannot pronounce a substance then it is probably man made and no longer good for healthy functioning of our bodies. I believe that this lack of caring of what we put into our bodies has lent itself to the obesity problems and declining health of our nation. So on to the link. I hope it is helpful and if you do not care, then I hope what you intake never harms you.


Knowledge is a key in our lives and one I wish more folks knew about. I hope this is interesting enough to start a conversation with your people that you live with, work with and play with. Might be a good thing that occurs for you and yours.

Thank you for continuing to read my blog, this a grand thing to be able to share and sometimes be of help. Have a good day no matter what you do.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Could you use some help getting your medicaton?

I have found a site where you can put in the medication you need and it will tell you if there is help out there, a program that will enable you to get it and be healthier.


The following is from the site:

The Web's most current and
comprehensive directory of
Patient Assistance Programs

Patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine. RxAssist offers a comprehensive database of these patient assistance programs, as well as practical tools, news, and articles so that health care professionals and patients can find the information they need. All in one place.

So I hope you find this useful and that you are able to get the medication that you need. I would not mind you telling me if it works for you or a even a loved one or friend. Sometimes we need a bit of help and there is no shame in that.