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jerry
03-14-2009, 12:25 AM
Nutrition and CF
Julie Desch, 48 years old with cystic fibrosis living in Northern California, single mom with 2 fabulous children and works from home running a non-profit - New Day Wellness (www.newdaywell.org), and LIVING BREATHING SUCCEEDING LIVING on a daily basis...
Julie has realized the benefits of nutrition and exercise and at New Day Wellness Julie coach's nutrition, fitness, stress management, and disease management to people with chronic illness - many with CF.
- Julie was born in Nebraska, diagnosed at birth; the youngest of 7 siblings, attended Stanford University, and enjoys golf, running, weight training, and reading.
- "I enjoy sharing my thoughts on nutrition, wellness, and exercise on my blog: www.sickandhappy.com, this is a great way to get the word out there", states Julie.
- Julie's "junk" foods include; pretzels, yogurt, frosted mini wheat's dipped in peanut butter.
- "I am a firm believer in supplements such as fish oil, NAC, and additional vitamins but ALL are with doctors approval", states Julie.
- Shakes and smoothies with protein added are a must have when Julie is not feeling well or needs an extra boost!
- "Eat early and eat often, and make sure you are eating lots of fruit, vegetables, and protein - I eat a lot of the right foods..." states Julie
- Gaining weight... "Get involved in exercise and especially weight training and eat a lot", believes Julie
- Julie's advice to others... "hope... and be compliant and aggressive to keep your lungs clear"

jerry
03-14-2009, 12:25 AM
Nutrition and CF
Julie Desch, 48 years old with cystic fibrosis living in Northern California, single mom with 2 fabulous children and works from home running a non-profit - New Day Wellness (www.newdaywell.org), and LIVING BREATHING SUCCEEDING LIVING on a daily basis...
Julie has realized the benefits of nutrition and exercise and at New Day Wellness Julie coach's nutrition, fitness, stress management, and disease management to people with chronic illness - many with CF.
- Julie was born in Nebraska, diagnosed at birth; the youngest of 7 siblings, attended Stanford University, and enjoys golf, running, weight training, and reading.
- "I enjoy sharing my thoughts on nutrition, wellness, and exercise on my blog: www.sickandhappy.com, this is a great way to get the word out there", states Julie.
- Julie's "junk" foods include; pretzels, yogurt, frosted mini wheat's dipped in peanut butter.
- "I am a firm believer in supplements such as fish oil, NAC, and additional vitamins but ALL are with doctors approval", states Julie.
- Shakes and smoothies with protein added are a must have when Julie is not feeling well or needs an extra boost!
- "Eat early and eat often, and make sure you are eating lots of fruit, vegetables, and protein - I eat a lot of the right foods..." states Julie
- Gaining weight... "Get involved in exercise and especially weight training and eat a lot", believes Julie
- Julie's advice to others... "hope... and be compliant and aggressive to keep your lungs clear"

jerry
03-14-2009, 12:25 AM
Nutrition and CF
Julie Desch, 48 years old with cystic fibrosis living in Northern California, single mom with 2 fabulous children and works from home running a non-profit - New Day Wellness (www.newdaywell.org), and LIVING BREATHING SUCCEEDING LIVING on a daily basis...
Julie has realized the benefits of nutrition and exercise and at New Day Wellness Julie coach's nutrition, fitness, stress management, and disease management to people with chronic illness - many with CF.
- Julie was born in Nebraska, diagnosed at birth; the youngest of 7 siblings, attended Stanford University, and enjoys golf, running, weight training, and reading.
- "I enjoy sharing my thoughts on nutrition, wellness, and exercise on my blog: www.sickandhappy.com, this is a great way to get the word out there", states Julie.
- Julie's "junk" foods include; pretzels, yogurt, frosted mini wheat's dipped in peanut butter.
- "I am a firm believer in supplements such as fish oil, NAC, and additional vitamins but ALL are with doctors approval", states Julie.
- Shakes and smoothies with protein added are a must have when Julie is not feeling well or needs an extra boost!
- "Eat early and eat often, and make sure you are eating lots of fruit, vegetables, and protein - I eat a lot of the right foods..." states Julie
- Gaining weight... "Get involved in exercise and especially weight training and eat a lot", believes Julie
- Julie's advice to others... "hope... and be compliant and aggressive to keep your lungs clear"

jerry
03-14-2009, 12:25 AM
Nutrition and CF
Julie Desch, 48 years old with cystic fibrosis living in Northern California, single mom with 2 fabulous children and works from home running a non-profit - New Day Wellness (www.newdaywell.org), and LIVING BREATHING SUCCEEDING LIVING on a daily basis...
Julie has realized the benefits of nutrition and exercise and at New Day Wellness Julie coach's nutrition, fitness, stress management, and disease management to people with chronic illness - many with CF.
- Julie was born in Nebraska, diagnosed at birth; the youngest of 7 siblings, attended Stanford University, and enjoys golf, running, weight training, and reading.
- "I enjoy sharing my thoughts on nutrition, wellness, and exercise on my blog: www.sickandhappy.com, this is a great way to get the word out there", states Julie.
- Julie's "junk" foods include; pretzels, yogurt, frosted mini wheat's dipped in peanut butter.
- "I am a firm believer in supplements such as fish oil, NAC, and additional vitamins but ALL are with doctors approval", states Julie.
- Shakes and smoothies with protein added are a must have when Julie is not feeling well or needs an extra boost!
- "Eat early and eat often, and make sure you are eating lots of fruit, vegetables, and protein - I eat a lot of the right foods..." states Julie
- Gaining weight... "Get involved in exercise and especially weight training and eat a lot", believes Julie
- Julie's advice to others... "hope... and be compliant and aggressive to keep your lungs clear"

jerry
03-14-2009, 12:25 AM
Nutrition and CF
<br />Julie Desch, 48 years old with cystic fibrosis living in Northern California, single mom with 2 fabulous children and works from home running a non-profit - New Day Wellness (www.newdaywell.org), and LIVING BREATHING SUCCEEDING LIVING on a daily basis...
<br />Julie has realized the benefits of nutrition and exercise and at New Day Wellness Julie coach's nutrition, fitness, stress management, and disease management to people with chronic illness - many with CF.
<br />- Julie was born in Nebraska, diagnosed at birth; the youngest of 7 siblings, attended Stanford University, and enjoys golf, running, weight training, and reading.
<br />- "I enjoy sharing my thoughts on nutrition, wellness, and exercise on my blog: www.sickandhappy.com, this is a great way to get the word out there", states Julie.
<br />- Julie's "junk" foods include; pretzels, yogurt, frosted mini wheat's dipped in peanut butter.
<br />- "I am a firm believer in supplements such as fish oil, NAC, and additional vitamins but ALL are with doctors approval", states Julie.
<br />- Shakes and smoothies with protein added are a must have when Julie is not feeling well or needs an extra boost!
<br />- "Eat early and eat often, and make sure you are eating lots of fruit, vegetables, and protein - I eat a lot of the right foods..." states Julie
<br />- Gaining weight... "Get involved in exercise and especially weight training and eat a lot", believes Julie
<br />- Julie's advice to others... "hope... and be compliant and aggressive to keep your lungs clear"

elenita
06-02-2009, 02:51 AM
Hello Julie,

I am a 54 yr old CFer and have discovered a holistic method which is reducing my congestion from cups/day to a trickle. I alkaline my diet by having 5-6 glasses of water per day with fresh lime or lemon squeezed in it and limiting acidic foods (see internet for list of alkaline/acid food chart, lemon/lime taken in the body has the highest alkaline rating). I read on the internet that germs could not live in an alkaline environment and it's worked dramatically for me. Have you ever tried this?

elenita
06-02-2009, 02:51 AM
Hello Julie,

I am a 54 yr old CFer and have discovered a holistic method which is reducing my congestion from cups/day to a trickle. I alkaline my diet by having 5-6 glasses of water per day with fresh lime or lemon squeezed in it and limiting acidic foods (see internet for list of alkaline/acid food chart, lemon/lime taken in the body has the highest alkaline rating). I read on the internet that germs could not live in an alkaline environment and it's worked dramatically for me. Have you ever tried this?

elenita
06-02-2009, 02:51 AM
Hello Julie,

I am a 54 yr old CFer and have discovered a holistic method which is reducing my congestion from cups/day to a trickle. I alkaline my diet by having 5-6 glasses of water per day with fresh lime or lemon squeezed in it and limiting acidic foods (see internet for list of alkaline/acid food chart, lemon/lime taken in the body has the highest alkaline rating). I read on the internet that germs could not live in an alkaline environment and it's worked dramatically for me. Have you ever tried this?

elenita
06-02-2009, 02:51 AM
Hello Julie,

I am a 54 yr old CFer and have discovered a holistic method which is reducing my congestion from cups/day to a trickle. I alkaline my diet by having 5-6 glasses of water per day with fresh lime or lemon squeezed in it and limiting acidic foods (see internet for list of alkaline/acid food chart, lemon/lime taken in the body has the highest alkaline rating). I read on the internet that germs could not live in an alkaline environment and it's worked dramatically for me. Have you ever tried this?

elenita
06-02-2009, 02:51 AM
Hello Julie,
<br />
<br />I am a 54 yr old CFer and have discovered a holistic method which is reducing my congestion from cups/day to a trickle. I alkaline my diet by having 5-6 glasses of water per day with fresh lime or lemon squeezed in it and limiting acidic foods (see internet for list of alkaline/acid food chart, lemon/lime taken in the body has the highest alkaline rating). I read on the internet that germs could not live in an alkaline environment and it's worked dramatically for me. Have you ever tried this?