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Why Dry Eye Syndrome is a Myth

The medical definition (from WebMD) of Dry Eye Syndrome (DES) is “a common disorder of the tear film, affecting a significant percentage of the population, especially those older than 40 years of age. DES can affect any race and is more common in women than in men.”

Do you remember your grandparents talking about “dry eye syndrome” or restless leg syndrome”. It really bugs me how many new illnesses the drug companies seem to come up with every year..more and more!

People……….. please READ AND READ more.

Dry eyes are usually a lack or omega’s in your body.

MY ADVICE:

  1. Take more fish oil
  2. Add more healthy fat to your diet like avocado.
  3. Rub coconut oil in your eyes…it works!!

 

Linda Collinson Bio – developer of DewBerry Lotion
In 1975 Linda’s her new baby son, nicknamed Budge, contracted salmonella poisoning in the hospital. He was very sick and doctors told her he would always carry the bacteria in his body as no cure was available. Linda would not accept this and began researching everything she could tolearn about the disease. She went to the National Library of Medicine and read through many books eventually coming across a report that vitamin A is vital for the development of the body’s barriers to infection. She started by bottle feeding juiced fresh carrots daily to her son. Periodically her son was tested and after several months a test came back negative for the bacteria. The doctor thought surely it was a false negative. She eventually cured her son so Linda became a believer that nature had a cure for every ailment.

Linda had always suffered from sensitive, irritated skin and thought maybe there was a natural treatment. Through trial and error and researching the vast list of ingredients of various skin products sold in department stores and drug stores, Linda discovered the various available products offered by a multitude of manufacturers all contained ingredients that actually contributed to her dry, irritated skin – most products contained mineral oil, a petroleum product, that does the opposite of hydrating the skin. Linda knew there had to be a better way to care for her skin. She finally found a soothing formula that worked great. Friends and family began asking what she did to have such pretty skin and wanted whatever it was that she was using. Before long, supplying more and more people through word of mouth confirmed her intuition that there were many who would benefit from her formulas. In 1981 Linda founded LaCrista (meaning the best) Natural Skincare to market her natural skincare formulas that worked so well for her very sensitive skin. Linda landed her products on the shelves of WalMart, Sams Club, Giant Food, The Cosmetic Centers, and other notable retail stores in the U.S. and abroad.

 

*Linda Collinson is not licensed medical professional, medical doctor or nutritionist. Linda Collinson’s opinions and healthy living advice comes from her more than 30 years of research an application of utilizing natural vitamins, minerals, foods, etc. to achieve positive health results in her own life and the life of others. Any advice that Linda provides will not work on everyone, nor does she or Infusion Sciences warrant and/or represent that her opinions will work for anyone. Linda and Infusion Sciences suggest that you consult with a licensed medical professional, medical doctor and/or nutritionist should you have any questions or concerns about suggestions provided by Linda Collinson or any Infusion Sciences employee.

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