Seems every time I make a presentation, someone pulls me aside to ask me what multivitamin would be good to take, or which “clean” deodorant I’ve found. Okay, here is the list of what I use. I tell you why (click on the “read more”) and I share with you where to find them because most of these are not found in stores – the better products often are not found on the store shelf next to an inexpensive, well-advertised legacy brand.

pH Balancer

This is the multi. It’s liquid and yes, it really does taste good. It mimics nature’s delivery system by using fulvic acid — some call it “the battery of life”— to charge the cell membrane so nutrients can get in. Read more to find out why I picked this out of the thousands of professional supplements available to me.

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Humic and Fulvic Plant Based Minerals

Sometimes people ask me what one supplement is my favorite. That’s a tough question, but I sure wouldn’t go through life in today’s world without extra minerals. And fulvic acid is not only a great delivery system, it is a natural detoxifier. Read more.

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Fulvic Liquid Minerals Concentrate

When I’m outside in the Southwest during the summer, I can go through a lot of water. Sweating is the best detox! However, I’m losing minerals and need to replace them. I want the full spectrum of mineral/electrolyte replacement. Read more.

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Lugol’s Iodine

We simply can’t live without iodine. Every cell in our body needs it. It is protective against thyroid disorders, heart disease, cancer, depression… and it’s like jet fuel to our immune system to ward off infections and disease. Funny how this one little mineral can have such a huge impact. Read more.

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Colostrum is nature’s software that provides the operating system for our immune system. It is a natural way to heal leaky gut and keep the immune system strong. This Colostrum LD®, from grassfed cows, has liposomal delivery and science behind it. Read more.

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of those things we really need but our bodies can’t make – we have to get it from food or supplements. As much as I love the idea of getting it from fruits and vegetables, much of the vitamin C is lost between the time the food is picked and we eat it. This is a non-GMO vitamin C with bioflavonoids in a liposomal delivery system so it packs punch. Read more.

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No aluminum, no propylene glycol or other nasty stuff. Geranium essential oil is the key here. It is antibacterial and antimicrobial – it can stop bacteria from growing on the skin. And guys, this does not make you smell like a floral shop. This is a natural deodorant I’ve found that stands up to a hot summer day. Read more. Order at

At check out, enter the code word “apple” to get 10% off each order.

Skin Moisturizer & Soap

I never looked at skin lotions the same way after using this. It’s formulated with olive and other oils that sink deep into the skin and truly nourish it. It taught me the difference between oils and creams.

Herbalix makes a variety of wonderful soaps, shampoos, salves… Read more and then check out their website at

Wild Mountain Paleo Market

I simply do not have much of a green thumb, or whatever it is called, for making fermented foods. There are a couple of companies (in Oregon, of course) who do it really, really well. You find their creations at Wild Mountain Paleo Market, the largest on-line seller of fermented foods. To read more, click on the image to the left.

Cod Liver Oil

Carlson’s Cod Liver Oil, lemon flavor, is my choice of a supplement for the important fat-soluble vitamins A and D, as well as the omega-3s DHA and EPA. To preserve freshness, the air inside the glass bottle has been replaced with nitrogen.

I’ve noticed over the years that my colleagues report good results using this particular brand with their clients who are working to improve their health through proper nutrition.

This is easily found in health food stores. Serving size is one teaspoon.

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