The Author and Happenings


The FLog Journal

Price includes shipping cost within the US! On hand books are discounted while supplies last! Start food journaling today! 184 day journal. Highlights of the author’s personal journey. Plenty of tools and guidelines.


4MM/2MM MS and Autoimmune Awareness Bead Bracelet and Ring Set

Made to order Bracelet (2) sets plus ring (1) 2mm Plated Iron Beads ✳️ Gold ✳️ Silver ✳️ Bronze ✳️ Light Pewter ✳️ Dark Pewter 4mm beads options: ✳️ Turquoise Sea Sediment ✳️ Galaxy (purple) Sea Sediment ✳️ Orange Sea Sediment ✳️ Carolina Blue Sea Sediment ✳️ Mixed Light Blue Jasper ✳️ Yellow (orange) Jasper ✳️ Red Jasper ✳️ White Howlite ✳️ Moss Agate (green) ✳️ Black Dragon Vein Both approx. 7-7.5 inches long You may give me your wrist and finger measurements. Otherwise common sizes are: 7 inches – bracelets 2.5-2/75 inches – rings. All pieces are made with elastic band and will stretch to put on and to take off. ‼️Items are delicate, do not over stretch. Plated beads will tarnish over time. ‼️Items are non-returnable/non-refundable after 30 days due to the donation percentage of each item.



MWS Jewelry – 4mm/2mm bracelet (2) ring (1) sets now on sale directly on my website. More options available on Etsy at:

MWS Stands for: Made With Shakes, due to the action tremor I have in my left arm which effects all I can do with my hand and fingers. Including typing! Making jewelry is tough but it helps my brain exercise the function I am lacking. 

Anklets, bracelets and rings! Awesome because they are stylish and they are in honor of MS and Autoimmune disease awareness and will be giving back to medical research 🔬Donation percents go to MS Society and The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians



My journey to better health was when I knew that disease was not for me, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2013. MS had done damage to my brain and spinal cord affecting the left side of my body. My left leg couldn’t get me traveling very far or for very long. I developed a tremor in my left arm and could not hold my bladder well when the urge came to use the bathroom fast. I was told to not drive long-distances or in poor conditions because my brain was a poor multitasker.

This all made me very determined to find healing naturally. Maybe the damage done will be very slow to reverse but every day will be an opportunity to do just that. So I will drive responsibly, always go pee before I leave somewhere, continue physical activity my body can manage, ride horses which is my passion and therapy and continue to thrive, heal and spread the word that a diagnosis or even pain, depression or hopelessness is not my story and it doesn’t have to be yours!

The FLog was developed because of my journey. There are many out there like me who have conquered sickness through an anti-inflammatory life style. It can certainly be done in many ways and I invite and challenge anyone sick or well to FLog and learn their body’s unique language.

Angela Landeros



Due to COVID19 Events Are Cancelled Through 2022



CPRTV and ViaTimes Publication Interview: 

From sunny Chicago this past summer 2019 via YouTube.

Interview with Embody Wellness Coaching:

Guest blog for Bender Wellness:


Featured Article by Rebuilding My Health:


Featured Article – US Wellness Meats: ‘Food: The Mighty Myth or The Mighty Cure’

Food: The Mighty Mystery or The Mighty Cure?












4 thoughts on “The Author and Happenings

  1. Lindy, you had the drive and passion to experiment with your health to allow your body to better respond to your back injury! Brilliant! Food CAN do good or bad and you’re choosing good!

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  2. After I was diagnosed with MS last summer, I was determined to do everything I could to preserve and improve my health! I immediately made dramatic changes in my diet and self-care. The FLog Journal is motivating me to stay on track and to get a clearer understanding of how my diet, sleep, exercise, etc. choices are impacting how I feel each day and my ability to live life to the full! Thank you, FLog!

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  3. The barcode scanner in MyFitnessPal’s Calorie Counter Diet Tracker app will pull up nutritional information on the foods you scan. (Image credit: Taylor Kubota for Live Science) This app has a lot of features and is therefore much busier than the aforementioned options. The home page is full of blog posts, ads and recommendations for other apps, which users might find overwhelming. Upgrading to premium is pricey ($9.99 per month, $49.99 per year), but removes the ads and allows for even more-detailed food analysis. This tracker has many great, useful and easy-to-use features, but users could become caught up in more intricate tracking than they’d prefer.


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