My name is Heather and I am a mother of 3 perfect, gorgeous, messy children. Codenames Alpha (boy, age ten), Cracker (girl, age eight) and Bambi (age four going on thirty seven).  I am the wife of Thor, an incredibly sweet and good-looking man who can fix anything.  Thor can spit really high in the air.  I live way too far from the city.  I sing for money.  I also have a PR entertainment business.  I am formally a chardonnay head and am still reeling from the shock of not being able to booze it up with Kendall Jackson anymore.  I have also been recently diagnosed with a pretty aggressive form of Rheumatoid Arthritis, so I am kind of a hot mess right now.  You can visit my music website at and my PR website at

Does not have one more second in the day for anything else.

*WARNING: This website is meant to suggest things for people with sulfite allergies. There are many different types and degrees of food intolerences out there,. Many of them can be dangerous. I am, contrary to what you all may think reading my genius blog, I am NOT an expert on this. So please don’t sue. Thank You.

10 Responses to “About this insane woman”

  1. 1 Patricia
    June 16, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    Hooray for Heather!

  2. 2 Skip
    December 6, 2010 at 7:18 pm

    No reply needed, just some ideas to share – maybe check out for possible cures / ideas / approaches to RA / arthritis in general / inflammation.
    Maybe try staying off all nightshade vegetables – potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers (red, green, jalapeno, cayenne, etc. black pepper is ok). My hands started getting arthritic, felt like I was wearing fat, stiff, insulated winter gloves, and I had trouble closing my hands enough to hold the steering wheel. Gave up the nightshades (of which I ate a lot) and that ended it in a matter of days.
    Maybe check out The Inflammation Syndrome by Jack Challem. He’s got ideas on stopping inflammation (and as you know, arthritis is an inflammatory sorta thing).
    Best wishes!

    • December 6, 2010 at 7:44 pm

      Really great information! Thanks…although the thought of not having a potato gives me hives LOL I love tomatoes too….
      I will do a trial run of not eating either to see if it proves to be beneficial and I will also check out that book, thanks so much for posting, Skip!

      • 4 christinaborja
        July 8, 2013 at 2:59 pm

        Potatoes are the only fruit/veggie still sprayed with sulfites. Be careful with your love of potatoes. Sulfite on fresh fruit and veggies was banned in 1986 except for on potatoes and grapes. Bit maybe you knew this Allready and eat organic. Just sayin. Google food and drug administration and sulfates and a good list of foods pops up

      • July 31, 2013 at 5:01 pm

        Thanks…I am off potatoes now….trying to stay away from starchy carbs and clean eating is really hard!!! Thanks for your advice 🙂

  3. May 16, 2011 at 7:24 am

    Hi Heather, really glad you posted all this. You may have solved my last Asthma attack….had a batch of eggs three days running and whammo, I’m blue and wheezing like an accordian. Always knew I was allergic to Sulphur in big doses- almost died when I went near an active volcano-stay away from ’em!So, many thanks from this squeeky gal from Australia (yes, we can read down here too.)

    • July 26, 2011 at 1:49 pm

      Jink, That is frightening!!
      My athsma was really bad before I eliminated sulfites…(and lost some weight doing so…) It has since started bothering me again, after falling of the wagon, so I am a firm believer in a correlation between the two…thanks for finding me and I am not surprised that you can read all the way down there…a place, BTW, that is on my bucket list of places to visit! Thanks for stopping in and make sure to subscribe if you have not!

  4. 8 Rebecca
    May 17, 2011 at 8:06 pm

    I heard about a woman who cured her Rheumatoid Arthritis by going on the Specific Carbohydrate diet for 2 years (avoided all starches and sugars and grains)and by taking high potency probiotics (I think Threelac was the one that worked best for her, and you can find it online).

    This lowered all the inflammation in her body to the point where her symptoms diminished. Don’t know if it is a cure, but it may be worth a shot. I am going to try to find her blog if you want to get in touch with her.

  5. 9 Rebecca
    May 17, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Here is the blog I mentioned, written by a woman who cured her Rheumatoid Arthritis. She lives in CA, I think. I am sure she’d be more than willing to talk with you about how she did it.
    I hope you are able to find something that helps you with your condition. Autoimmune disorders really suck. My son has one (autism) and it has been quite a challenge.

  6. 10 Lashes
    January 28, 2015 at 6:12 pm

    Hi! Are you still blogging? I love what you have on here. I have auto-immune ISSUES and super sensitive to sulfites, sulfur dioxide and sulfa GRRRRRRRR looking for resources. Thanks! xo

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