VITAMINS FOR HEALTH || HAIR || FIBROIDS || ETC.

Hi,

I made a video on my Youtube channel to speak about the latest vitamins I am taking since the year has started.

This is my first step to restore health not only on my hair but also for my body in general. As you know I have Fibroids and I also have Iron Deficiency. After my Hairfinity Experiment, I had to find what works best for me. Also, during the Winter, I usually have less energy. I do get sometimes depressed, only because the sun is not as present as it is the rest of the year, and by Self-Diagnosing, I found out it is called Seasonal Affective Disorder. I wanted to find Vegetarian Vitamins to really restore my health. After doing long research I found theses vitamins and it works well on myself, so I wanted to share with you all what works for me. I do not take them everyday, but they come in handy!! Don’t forget to consult your physician first.

DISCLAIMER: I am NOT a doctor or physician, just a woman who did her research after having a few health issues. Take the time to consult your physician before taking anything that could harm your body. Vitamins were purchased with my own money.

NATURE’S PLUS ULTRA PRENATALS:

A comprehensive prenatal formula, offering increased doses of Calcium and other major minerals, vitamins E, C, A and D, amino acids and a complete B-complex in a fortified rice bran base. Free of Artificial colors and preservatives. Vegetarian, Yeast & Gluten Free.

SOLGAR 5000 mcg VEGETABLE CAPSULE:

Biotin is a water-soluble B-Vitamin. It helps to promote healthy skin, nails and hair. Vegetable Capsule, Gluten, Wheat & Dairy Free.
SEEKING HEALTH VITAMIN D3 5000 I.U.:

Adequate vitamin D3 intake supports a balanced immune system, supports an elevated mood, and helps maintain healthy bones to name a few benefits and is required prenatal nutrition for fetal development.* During winter time months, adults should consider taking 5,000 IU of Vitamin D3 daily.* Vegetarian Capsule

FOLIC ACID 1mg:

Helps prevent neural tube defects when taken before and during the early stages of pregnancy. Helps produce red blood cells. A factor in the maintenance of good health.

IRON SUPPLEMENT 28 mg:

Helps maintain energy utilization & promote red blood cell production.

MANITOBA HARVEST ORGANIC HEMP OIL:

Hemp oil has the closest to ideal ratio of omegas – perfect for helping you achieve optimal health. Plus, hemp oil contains the rare Omega-6 Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA). GLA has been linked to helping with heart health, weight management, hormonal balance, skin & hair health, and many other benefits

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Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 5

Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 5

No,

I am about to dish about the latest episode of the Season 5 or Real housewives of Atlanta, even though it is my guilty pleasure  (I admit it!) I am relating the show with the topic that started my blog almost 4 years ago now.

Porsha Stewart

Porsha D. Stewart

Porsha D.Stewart, one of the newest cast member this season, had the “Picture Perfect Life” like she was saying in the introduction of the show. She had a hard working husband Kordell Stewart (a NFL Star Player), the big house, cars, friends, works for charity, her husband was the house provider: she was a Real Housewife. That’s the type of life we dream as little girls. But what seems greener sometimes isn’t. Porsha was no different. She wanted to have a child, and during the season we found out that she had a miscarriage due to Uterine Fibroids after only a few months of pregnancy.  I remember watching the show and telling myself  “FINALLY the Fibroids issue will be brought to a show where we will see how it affects a woman, her marriage, how she is coping with the recovery.”(since the show is called THE REAL HOUSEWIVES. I was commanding BRAVO channel to have taking the step that a lot of shows won’t really talk about. Next, we only see  the follow-up appointment with her OB/GYN who tells her after only 1 month after her myomectomy surgery, she will be able to try to have kids again.

Porsha explained in a letter on the  BRAVO’S BLOG PAGE .

Now, I have been watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta since the first season, and I appreciate the effort that they spend a quick minute on the fibroids issue, but I was disappointed that there wasn’t any more added to the story. I mean if Kim Zolciak could have full segments about her shopping and just spending money in the earlier seasons, why couldn’t they show more about a housewife’s struggle to have a baby? This sunday is the last show before the reunion. Hopefully, if Porsha stays for another season, they should cover more about that segment. I was surprised that even other Women Oriented Media, like Essence, Shape, People magazines, didn’t discuss more about the topic. Fibroids are benign tumors but it affect so many women and it is something that should be talked about like we talk about other topics, especially if it gives pregnancy issues.

Maybe it’s just me but as a Myomectomy Surgery Survivor,  I feel this should be taking more seriously (yes I said “SURVIVOR” as I recall my doctor telling me before my surgery, if I was looking too much blood or if I something went wrong, they would’ve have had to remove my uterus). Read my story HERE.  I applaud Porsha though for continuing her life the next month and was willing to try to make another baby. Technology is getting advance by the minute. Only 3 years ago after my surgery,  I couldn’t get out of my house for 3 months, then I couldn’t exercise or try to have a baby for about a year, and I also had a myomectomy surgery just like Porsha.

Porsha Stewart & Kordell Stewart

Porsha Stewart & Kordell Stewart

By Now the Whole World (well, whoever watch the Real Housewives of Atlanta) knows about Porsha Stewart and her now soon to be ex-husband,  Kordell Stewart, who asked for a divorce after less than 2 years of marriage. I can only imagine the stress  that can bring to a body post-surgery. I am praying for Porsha in this difficult time, maybe it is a blessing in disguise for her, maybe its a sign that it wasn’t meant to be, and also she could be a HUGE advocate for Uterine Fibroids (throwing ideas, thank me later ). God only knows.

Stay tuned for Real Housewives of Atlanta on BRAVO channel (check local listings)

I trully believe they should include more REALITY in REALITY SHOWS.

Bless,

Miss Jhane

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FIBROIDS, LIFE AFTER 3 YEARS!! How do you deal with?

Hi,

It has been a very long time since I have posted anything, I was away as I was reorganising my whole life, if I can say it like that.

For my fibroids, I have another appointment this June to find out if my fibroids grew.

Lately I had more health issues, my thyroids glands have been abnormal (white blood vessels test results lower than normal). I have not been able to loose weight for more than a year. So far, I have not been prescribed any medications, but I still have to do more tests before they are sure that the problem is really hypothyroidism.

For my fibroids, I am on and off with chicken and Turkey,  but I do eat MUCH less of those than before. I have started taking my hemp oil again morning and nights and it does help, especially when I have my periods which is back to almost as heavy as they were before, but not for the same lengh  (5-6 days, compared to 7 to 10 days before).

I read and receive a lot of emails from you all, and I am so thankful because I know I am not the only one going through it… Especially I have  3 fibroids that came back and I am staying as positive as possible.

A reader wrote a comment on my Hemp Oil to cure fibroids (Isis) and she wrote that if it comes back, sometimes you have to change your environment, and I was thinking a lot about that and it made sense. I am making a lot of “LIFE CLEAN UP”, I am taking more and more into consideration who I am letting in my life, what I eat etc, because a lot of sickness we have is due to stress that we endure for too long sometimes, and I want to have a better and healthier life with myself.

So my question to those who already had a surgery, could be Myommectomy, Hysterectomy, Laparoscopy etc… How did you cope with the POST-surgery?

Let’s discuss in the comments below, the more we share, the better.

Stay positive!

Bless,

Miss Jhane

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Miss Jhane Keeping the Smile

Miss Jhane Keeping the Smile

DANCING AGAIN!!!

For the past 3 weeks, I had doctors appointments and all in Montreal, Canada. I had a great time reflecting about my life, what I want next and also about refocusing on what is really important for me, and NOT what have been asked OF me.
 
I started going back to my first love, which is dancing. Dancing has been a part of my life for as long as I was able to walk. After my surgery I was focusing on just training which is still very hard on me. I still don`t know why I stopped dancing (biggest mistake to stop doing something that you love). I went to take some classes on Mont-Royal for the time I was here, and I had the greatest time. It is natural exercices, its fun and it is dancing!!
 
Here I am after my last class. Fibroids or not, I will continue to do me!! 🙂

 

 

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