Being Thankful For

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All pages currently available are listed in the menu above. The Constructing A Life blog is updated more often and contains the post on B12/Biotin Deficiency in Pets causing Neurological Issues that is circulating worldwide.

4/11/20 – new post Neurological and Autoimmune Reactions and Diseases : Vaccine and Medication Side Effects – The Biotin/B12 Connection This post goes into detail about how common medications and vaccines can be affecting Biotin and B12 in the body and cause a deterioration that is essentially undetectable. Even when extensive damage is done, doctors can still never detect the breakdown because they don’t suspect the cause. Without extensive testing of specific levels, neurological deterioration can continue until death. This can include conditions such as Autism, Dementia/Alzheimer’s, ALS, MS, Parkinsons, Autoimmune Diseases, IBD/IBS, Crohn’s, and even be the basis for Cancer and Blood Disorders. There is also a strong possibility that this very issue can play a significant role in severe cases of Covid-19 because Biotin is involved in CO2 reactions in the body and blood clotting factors along with B12.


 “Being Thankful For” has a much deeper meaning than you may realize.

We can Thank people,

We can be Thankful To people,

But when we are Thankful For the people and things in our life, the circumstances we have encountered or the lessons, both good and bad, we have learned along the way,

We touch on something with a power and intimacy beyond a simple phrase.

A connection, a proof, we often overlook or dismiss.

To Whom do you give thanks?

This website was created to support the upcoming e-book that delves into the answer, and why we often say we are Thankful or Grateful For.

Visit the Constructing a Life blog page for other content.

©2016-2021 Phyllis Esnes

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