Archive January, 2013


How I Love The Lord

If we’re willing, God is our song when we are happy, our escape when we are tempted, our hope when we are despairing, our joy in tribulation, our strength in weakness and our immortality in dying.  Ultimately, He Himself is our Health. “The Lord be exalted. He takes pleasure in His servant’s well-being” (Ps35:27).  May […]

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Promote Healthy Eating With Your Children

 Here’s some good advise, I wholeheartedly support, from Focus On The Family, which emphasizes the importance of promoting healthy eating with your children while they are young. They suggest that you try offering a variety of fresh and colorful fruits and vegetables. Encourage them to eat at regular times, when hungry, and not from boredom. […]

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Earth Friendly Weed Control

Spring is just around the corner. It’s never too early to start thinking about controlling those annoying weeds that are bound to show up in your garden once the winter chill is gone.  Organic weed control is becoming the preferred choice of healthy households to maintain their yards and gardens. Killing weeds and preventing future […]

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Try Alkaline Foods to Feel Better

Did you know that eating alkaline-rich foods helps to cleanse the body by flushing out acidic wastes caused by poor diet, environmental toxins, stress, drugs and other destructive substances? Because an alkaline state neutralizes acidity, alkaline foods promote health while helping to fight the elements that contribute to illness and dis-ease. On the pH scale, […]

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Oatmeal Smoothie

This is a fast smoothie with a deep pink color and a rich, creamy texture. VERY filling, and perfect for people in a rush in the morning. You don’t have to give up a good breakfast when it’s this fast to make! YUM It Up!! Ingredients · 1 cup ice · 1/2 cup frozen raspberries […]

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The Benefits of Hibiscus Flower Tea

The Hibiscus flower tea is famous for its aromatic, refreshing qualities and vibrant color. Did you know it also has medicinal benefits? This delightful tea goes way back, and was the preferred drink of the Pharaohs of the ancient Nile Valley. It was a highly refreshing beverage, which helped them survive the desert heat. Today, […]

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The Not So Itsy-bitsy Spider!

If I see a spider scurrying around my home, I can’t relax until it’s back outside where it belongs.  Until then,  knowing that something with 8 eyes may still be looking at me from some unknown hiding place! YIKES! That’s when it hit me; the best way not to worry is to keep them from […]

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DELICIOUS AND DE-TOXIFYING – Cilantro Pesto

Although not as commonly used in standard American food, cilantro pesto actually has deeper roots in the Mediterranean than the popular basil version. Perfect as a garnish for meats, tossed with vegetables, piled on spaghetti squash, or as a side with eggs, this cilantro pesto is brightly flavored, creamy and totally delicious. Some experts have […]

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REAL Cows Eat Grass

Without getting into the politics of whether we should or should not eat beef, I would like to give you information about the nutritional differences between grass fed and grain fed cattle. To begin with, the fat content of beef is the primary reason it has lost ground as a respectable entrée on America’s dinner […]

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How to Care for a Bruise – Part 2

In Part 1 of “Do you bruise easily”, I addressed what bruises are, the symptoms, and what can cause them. As promised, today I’m giving you a variety of treatments that are sure to help ease the discomfort that comes with a bruise and to help prevent them from happening as often. Folk Remedies: Butter […]

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