Of course, she paired the cheeky moment with an update on her life and health. She wrote, "It's a beautiful, magical sunrise at the lake this morning, the water is quite cold but its such a great way to combat inflammation and feel the connection to Mother Earth."
Yolanda, who has been open about her struggles with Lyme disease, recently confirmed that she's taken another step in her health journey, revealing that she's got some dental surgery, which was "the final item on my to-do list to get back to  complete and vibrant health."
She shared she had "cavitation surgery that I have put off for the past 4 years because I didn't really understand the correlation of dental health and recovering from chronic disease," she said. " I removed all my Mercury amalgams and metal based crowns and changed bad root canals to zirconia implants. I slowly over the years detoxed with ion foot baths and cilantro oil drops orally. Although my wisdom tooth extraction 7 years ago seemed a relatively minor procedure from the viewpoint of conventional dentistry, in biological dentistry they view jaw cavitation as a major interference field, a common complication particularly for patients who are already immuno- suppressed with high levels of inflammation like chronic Lyme patients. These cavitations creates a perfect space for infection to hide and therefor a continuous attack on the immune system. This residual infection, known as a jaw neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis (NICO) is often found at the sites of past wisdom tooth extraction."
She ended her revelation with this message for fans: "So choose your dental care wisely and educate yourself about anything that goes in or out of your body."
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