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Disclosures & Disclaimers


While most of this is common sense to our audience we want to be clear in case anyone has questions . . .

First things first: Neither I, Ryan D. Luelf, nor Caroline Luelf are doctors or have any medical accreditations. We are simply two people living life realizing that we could no longer keep up with the one-on-one questions and inquiries. The original website was to be an addition to Caroline’s original blog about my adventures with cancer and has now evolved to much more. With that, please note that any stories, any treatments that I have done or anything we talk and write about are not to be taken as medical advice. Our goal is not to tell you what you should or should not do. We are your cheerleaders no matter what direction you decide to go. For the technical jargon: The information in this website and our social media channels is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose or prescribe for any medical or psychological condition, nor to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such conditions.


Second, in 2009 the FTC requires bloggers to provide disclosures whenever there could be hidden interests or unspoken biases related to recommendations. From our years of using products, treatments and supplements the ones we still use, the ones we still feel good about we will share with you. We learned in the last few years that we were constantly sharing the products we use and believe in with those who inquired and were basically advertising for others for free. It’s silly in this time and age to not be an affiliate as an affiliate link changes nothing for the buyer, but gives us small monetary gains to pay for this site, the newsletter, my own continued healing products and more. So in case you missed it, most of the links we provide thru this website and social media will likely be an affiliate link which means we feel good about that company and that product.