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  1. Even though i am skinny i have fluid retention,its nto so obvious,but i have extracellular fluid and i cant fet rid of it.Ofc i have hashimoto,and some other health issues and its not easy my body to be balanced,but i hope it will.I take supplements and try to eat healthy foods,but many times i get disappointed.I would like to as k youif someone had hysterectomy hormones could be balanced again?Thank you in advance.

    • Dear Teta,
      Yes, any healing process is possible with the MIR-Method. You do need to be patient to allow your body to heal itself. If it takes to long, please consult a MIR-Method coach.
      Good luck!
      Wishing you increasing health!
      Mireille

  2. Hope Spring comes along soon, need a good walk. I tend to stay at home too much during Winter. result :swollen feet.
    thanks for all your good advice. Greetings. Rita

  3. Thank you so much for these interesting emails. The one on fluid retention was excellent timing as my husband has a swollen foot and I will suggest the MIR-Method to him which I do on a regular basis for my own issues and have seen very positive results.

    • Dear Kathie,
      Thank you for letting me know! It is great to read when people can actually use the information I am writing! I hope your husband will want to do the MIR-Method. Hope it will bring him relief in his foot.
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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