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allnaturalmom 08-31-2011 09:00 PM

Hi Jamie - 

First off I just wanted to say thank you for all of the work you do here. It has been so helpful just reading your forum responses!

My third question is about my youngest dd. She was hospitalized at 7.5 weeks old for a uti and ever since we have been extremely cautious and proactive to prevent any more. Do you see her as having grown out of this (she is 4) or is this something that we will have to still be cautious and preventative with. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

IntuitiveJamie 09-01-2011 04:37 AM

I feel you should continue to be cautious. What actually has come up for me is that she is very sensitive to yeast imbalance. That she really needs such a healthy diet of raw veggies, and some fruits, very little white flour.  I don't know if you've noticed any yeast overgrowth signs in her, but that's what I'm more concerned about. It's nothing to be alarmed about. It's a fact of who she is. She has a sensitive constitution b/c of the light spirit she is. Beings like her can really only tolerate the most healthy of diets, otherwise it bogs down their systems. She'll likely be a healer one day and know how to handle her own diet, but of course, you can help her now. Keep her physical body as clean as possible (inside I mean) so her little spirit can continue to shine!! :)

She's soooo sweet!



Thanks for your questions. Good luck with everything. You can make your life what you desire!

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