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Alison
South Korea
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In the last 2 weeks, I've found I can now do several things I haven't been able to do that for years. 1) When lying on my right side in bed, I can now comfortably put my left leg on the bed in front of me. 2) When lying on... Continue reading
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A review of I'm Sorry, Oliver from CBM Book Reviews. I’m Sorry, Oliver by Alison M. Tomlinson is based on the true-life events of the author. Offering insight into the spiritual realm, the author writes an amazingly unique Christian fiction filled with insight into the spiritual realm as she depicts... Continue reading
Since I was able to update my Youngevity programme (due to resolved food allergies), my progress has definitely accelerated. Here are the things I've noticed in the past 2 weeks. 1) For years I've been carrying a backpack because a heavy shoulder bag on one side would make the twist... Continue reading
An Untimely Birth by Alison M. Tomlinson sheds light on the corruption in the medical industry and the industry of Big Pharma, helping readers to discover another Healer; His name is Jesus. In her fictional novel, a young girl experiences horrific deception. Revealing dark things from the medical world, the... Continue reading
Goodreads Book Giveaway An Untimely Birth by Alison M. Tomlinson Giveaway ends April 24, 2017. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway Continue reading
In this interview, Dr Wallach explains very clearly about chronic disease and nutritional deficiencies. Continue reading
I was born in Yorkshire, England in 1959, and I was in ill-health from day one. At the age of twenty-three, I gave birth to my son, Timothy, who was born severely handicapped and died at the age of nine. I continued to struggle with my health. By the time... Continue reading
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I tried an experiment on the Everline train to work this morning. When I started Youngevity 4 years ago, standing up on a train (or bus) was a nightmare. My leg muscles had lost the ability to adjust my weight and keep me upright. The only way to stay upright... Continue reading
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Author Page for Alison M. Tomlinson on Amazon. Continue reading
The rate of improvement in my muscles has accelerated in the last few weeks since I was able to switch from the Ultimate Classic to the BTT 2.0 and add Oxybody Cherryberry to my protocol (due to resolving food allergies). Here are the improvements I'm noticing: (This is a bit... Continue reading
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Dr Anthony Phan MD talks about his escape from fascist Vietnam, his training at John Hopkin's, and his belief that doctors have forgotten the first rule of medicine - Do no harm. He discusses the rise in autism in Vietnam since they signed onto WHO and IMF and how The... Continue reading
http://www.jongeorgeministries.com/blog-page/pharmakeia-the-pharmaceuticals-you-take In any walk of life, you can learn much from others through teachings, but there's a level you will be unable to understand unless your stepping out and actually working in that particular field. This is extremely true in ministry especially. Since I have been ministering deliverance, I have... Continue reading
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Today, I went to the hairdresser's for the first time in 6 months. The first thing the hairdresser said when he saw my hair was, "Your hair's changed colour." (I checked he meant for the better.) I was surprised that after 4 years on Youngevity my hair colour is still... Continue reading
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After 4 years on Youngevity, finally my food allergies have resolved sufficiently for me to take Youngevity's flagship product BTT 2.0. (I've been taking the older produce, Ultimate Classic, for 4 years.) Continue reading
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Once again somebody asked me about Youngevity, not because I can walk 95% better, but because of how my hair grows these days. Continue reading
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Both hands are now strong enough to hold 2 mugs of water in one hand. I don't recall ever being able to do that before. Continue reading