Translate my site to your language

One of my readers suggested I look into using something to translate my blog into other languages. This was a tricky proposition because this is a free WordPress site and not the paid one where I can just insert a widget. But I did a little research, and thanks to another blogger who provided the code, you can click a link below and have my blog translated into the language of your choice. It works through Google’s translator, so it should be a good version.

Thanks to Evelin from Germany for the suggestion!

Click the link below to translate this blog into the language of your choice:

Afrikaans shqiptar العربية հայերեն
Azerbaijani Basque Belarusian Bulgarian
Català Chinese (S) Chinese (T) Croatian
Czech Danish Nederlands Estonian
Filipino Finnish français Galician
Deutsch Georgian ελληνικά עברית
Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Indonesia
Irish italiano Japanese Korean
Latavian Lithuanian Macedonian Malay
Maltese Norwegian Persian Polish
português Romanian Russian Serbian
Slovak Slovenian español Swahili
Swedish Thai Turkish Ukrainian
Urdu Vietnamese Welsh Yiddish
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Posted in histamine intolerance, peri-menopause, Women's health
3 comments on “Translate my site to your language
  1. K.K. says:

    What a great idea.

    You’ve helped so many of us who read/write English, and so I’m sure your healing, helpful, inspiring, encouraging words will be welcomed all around the world. 🙂

    • Yes I’m glad someone suggested I try this. It is a lady in Germany who has used and studied olive oil extensively to cure eczema. She’s had quite a bit of success it sounds like. I need to post her site here so we can take a look at what her findings are. Her research has to do with the different amounts of the good elements in different olive oils and which oils are better.

  2. Barbara says:

    What most likely or itching problem is can be related to acidic blood. You can go to a book called Alkalize or Die by Dr. Theodore Baroody. Along with drinking the right amount of water.

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