Tammy E. Huska

"Word Traveller"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (5 of 6)
Location: Fort McMurray, AB CAN
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 20,751 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 6
The Coconut Oil Miracle by Bruce Fife
The Coconut Oil Miracle by Bruce Fife
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Welcome miracle!, Feb. 15 2013
I have recently decided to try and go Paleo and it turns out coconuts are very Paleo friendly, so they have become my new best friend. I gave up dairy over a year ago, but now as coconut products become more available and affordable, I can now bake again using coconut milk instead of animal milk. Yay!! I cook with coconut oil, I eat dried coconut, I drink coconut water, I use the oil on my dry winter hands. Seems there's nothing that this product can't do. Too good to be true? Maybe, but it's worth a shot and like I said it's becoming easier to find coconut products. Even Costco carries the oil so you don't have venture too far to find it. And it smells good, too. The book is easy… Read more
Oil Pulling Therapy: Detoxifying and Healing the B&hellip by Bruce Fife
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
What an interesting concept. I got the book because I read the Coconut Oil Miracle and wanted to know what else coconuts could do. This book sparked my interest and I did a little further research on the subject, and it turns out this has been practiced for a long time. I don't know what the future looks like, but I'm giving it a go and we'll see. The book itself had a lot of interesting information but after the first 30 pages or so I just wanted to know how to do it. I was convinced that there was merit to the process and wanted to begin. So I flipped through the rest but couldn't find instructions so I gave up and went online. Turns out there's a free site online and even a video,… Read more
The Sentry: A Joe Pike Novel by Robert Crais
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Joe Pike is lonely, Feb. 15 2013
The Sentry, like other Joe Pike books, contains a lot of action and heroic measures as Joe continues to help the less fortunate and downtrodden simply because he was in the wrong place at the right time. What's different here, though, is that the people he helps aren't really good guys and he falls for a woman who knows how to play him. She pushes all his buttons and he fell hard. And even when he learns the truth, he can't back away from doing what he considers the right thing. This story shows us that Joe has a human side - he is vulnerable and lonely, looking at his life and wondering where a special someone could fit in. In a parallel story, we see that Elvis had that life but it… Read more

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