Welcome to Reader Views Margaret. It is a real pleasure to have you talking to us about your discoveries that a major cause of ill health and stress is caused by an external diet.Irene: The title of your book depicts a question we would never think of asking ourselves – “Is Your House Making You Overweight, Sick or Tired?” Wow, why ask this question?Margaret: First, Irene, I would like to thank you for this interview. I welcome the opportunity to share this life-saving information with you and your readers.One should ask himself if his house is making him overweight, sick or tired because maybe it is. Ours was, and as we look back, our previous house was also.Twenty-five years ago, each one of my family members was overweight, sick or tired. I thought the cause must be related to what we were or were not eating so I started studying nutrition. I threw out all of the health destroyers in my kitchen and had only raw apples left! I changed our internal diet, and we were better for five years. Then we started having excess sodium symptoms, so for another two years I studied the nutritional literature trying to discover… Read full this story
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