This blog is designed to help you find healing for all your illnesses, soul and body. You can educate yourself and become your own "Personal Care Physician". Each post provides you with links to videos, articles, and websites that can help you research most any health issue. Also check out the many links on the sidebar. My blog posts are crafted to inspire you to "think" about the possible God-given natural cures, and to fire you up to do some research. Seek and you will find - find the TRUTH.
NEVER CONSUME CANOLA OIL >>> WHEN BUYING OLIVE OIL, SESAME OIL, COCONUT OIL, and AVOCADO OIL ALWAYS BUY ORGANIC, NON-GMO, and EXTRA VIRGIN. TRUTH BE TOLD YOU SHOULD NOT COOK WITH OILS. COOK WITH PURE WATER AND ADD THE OILS AT THE END OF THE COOKING PROCESS. Here you will garner some basic facts about cooking oils >>> https://aanmc.org/featured-articles/oils-101/
Dr. Udo Erasmus on "Fats the heal, Fats that kill".
Most everyone loves cheese. Pizza cheese. Macaroni and cheese. Cheese omelets. Cheese fondue. Cheese and crackers. I want my cheese. I need my cheese. Do not come between me and my cheese. Then I watched this video. What's a cheese-head to do?
Book >>> "Psychiatric Drug Withdrawl"
How Antidepressants Really Work: A Scientific Explanation
Below are several short videos that introduce the basics of probiotics and their benefits. Dr Josh Axe talks about increasing your intake of probiotics from natural foods, Dr Olivia Joseph goes deeper, speaking about SIBO and Yeast Overgrowth. Dr Joseph Mercola and Dr Mark Hyman educate you even further.
You will note that you are warned about the dangers of antibiotics, and how they should be absolutely avoided except in a life-saving circumstance. If you are taking an antibiotic you should take probiotics along with them, staggering the ingestion of the two by two hours. If you are told not to take probiotics while you are taking a course of probiotics you can begin a probiotic regimen once you have finished the antibiotic course.
Also it is recommended that you avoid commercial yogurt and kefir.
Combining the info from these doctors you can link the common denominators about probiotics and what makes sense.
Lastly, realize that all these doctors sell probiotics. Taking probiotic supplements has its place in our natural health program, but getting most of your probiotics directly from the foods we eat and drink is preferred.
Please take the time to read through these two websites, and watch the two movies below. You DO NOT have to vaccinate your child for school. You are being lied to. You can opt your child out of vaccines by law.
It has been proven that mammograms are unnatural and unhealthy for women to undergo. Check out these articles and videos to learn the facts. And look into the safer and far more accurate testing form known as thermography at www.ThreeRiversThermography.com
Listen to Dr. Sherri Tenpenny explain about breast health, and why thermography is superior to the dangerous mammograms pushed by the medical establishment >>>
I have a bottle of pure liquid honey that’s starting to get thick and
sugary on the bottom. Does this mean it has gone bad and I need to
Answer: No — your honey should be fine, provided you’ve been storing it properly.
From a safety standpoint, commercially produced pure honey has a practically indefinite shelf life, says the National Honey Board. It’s not unusual for honey to crystallize over time — but that doesn’t make it unsafe to use, adds the Honey Board.
said, prolonged storage can potentially take a toll on the taste and
appearance of honey. Besides crystallizing, your honey may also start to
darken, change aroma and lose flavor after a couple of years. So it’s a
good idea to check your honey from time to time, to see if it’s still
satisfactory for your tastes.
for honey that’s already crystallized, you can revive it by placing the
opened honey jar in warm water and stirring until the crystals
dissolve. Another option is to transfer
the honey into a microwave-safe container, with the lid off. Microwave
on medium-high power, stirring every 30 seconds, until the crystals
To help keep honey at its best, be sure to store it in a cool, dark area and keep it tightly capped after each use.
Are Eggs Still Safe After the Expiration Date?
have some eggs in the refrigerator that I’d like to use, but the date
on the carton was a week ago. Are they still safe to eat? Answer: Yes, your eggs should be fine, provided you’ve been storing them properly. As the American Egg Board notes, the dates you see on egg cartons are notfood safety dates. They are most commonly used as a guide for stores to know how long they can sell the eggs. Raw
eggs will maintain their best quality for about 3 weeks after the "sell
by", "use by", "best by", or "expiration" date on the carton, assuming
continuous refrigeration. Most
cartons must also have a so-called Julian date stamped on the side,
which indicates the date the eggs were packed. They will still be
perfectly safe to use for at least 4 to 5 weeks after that date,
provided they've been properly refrigerated and are not cracked or
otherwise damaged.If you want to store your eggs for longer than five weeks, your best bet is to freeze them, following the instructions outlined here.
Do You Have to Wash Bagged Salad That's Been Prewashed?
Question: I always buy “prewashed” bagged salad because it’s so convenient. But do I still have to wash it to be on the safe side? Answer: No — as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration points out, you do not have to re-wash salads that are labeled as prewashed and ready-to-eat. In fact, by
re-washing a prewashed bagged salad, you might actually be doing more
harm than good, says the FDA. That’s because you could contaminate the
already-clean salad by further handling it —
for instance, by forgetting to wash your hands before rinsing the salad
or letting the salad come into contact with an unclean sink. If you still feel
the need to wash a prewashed salad, you should take care to avoid any
cross contamination. That includes thoroughly washing your hands before
rinsing the salad and cleaning any sinks, countertop and utensils that
will come into contact with the salad before you wash it.
Here Is Information From Nature's Sunshine Website on Gout and the Supplement "Gout Fighter Plus" >
What is uric acid, and why is it important in gout?
Gout is a form of arthritis that occurs when high levels of uric acid in the blood lead to the formation of crystals in the joint, triggering the characteristic symptoms of pain, joint tenderness, and inflammation - often in the big toe. Once you’ve experienced an episode of gout, it’s highly likely you’ll experience more in the future. Therefore, taking steps to maintain healthy uric acid levels is important in addressing acute gout and helping to prevent its recurrence.
Tips for tackling gout
During an acute gout attack:
• Take 1 tablet of Nature’s Sunshine Gout Fighter Plus twice daily with food until symptoms subside
• Local ice therapy may help relieve acute pain Take steps to lower your uric acid levels long-term:
• Take 1 tablet of Nature’s Sunshine Gout Fighter Plus daily with food or as professionally advised
• Cut back on alcohol – especially beer and spirits
• Avoid soft drinks and other sugar-sweetened beverages
• Instead, drink plenty of water to maintain hydration and help flush excess uric acid from the body
• Decrease your intake of meat (especially offal) and seafood (particularly anchovies, mackerel, sardines, mussels and scallops) – these foods are rich in compounds called purines that can elevate uric acid.
What a gem this video is for those who want to eat super healthy and organic as they backpack the Appalachian Trail or Pacific Crest Trail, or Bicycle across the USA. Eating nutrient dense organic food fuels the human body and creates health as you eat on the move. This is even more important as you perform endurance feats day after day hiking and biking long distances.
report claims that 90 percent of melanoma surgeries are actually
unnecessary removals of benign lesions, raising questions about the
accuracy of the “melanoma epidemic.” The report highlights the
necessity to get a second, and perhaps even a third opinion from a
specialized clinic before going under the scalpel. The
American Academy of Dermatology recently made the bizarre claim that “UV
rays are not very efficient in creating vitamin D in the skin. However,
no corroborating evidence has been produced to back up this provocative
exposure has a number of other health effects unrelated to vitamin D
production, including enhancement of mood and energy, melatonin
regulation, suppression of MS symptoms, and the treatment of skin
to UVB light may also be protective against melanoma (the most lethal
form of skin cancer), whereas UVA radiation is associated with skin
While organic standards are imperfect, manufacturers of organic
products bearing the USDA seal have to meet the strictest standards of
any of the currently available organic labels, so it's still your best
assurance of organic quality. Keep in mind products can contain varying
levels of organic ingredients:
Products labeled "100% Organic" must contain only organically
produced ingredients and cannot contain preservatives or flavor
enhancing chemicals, or traces of heavy metals or other contaminants in
excess of tolerances set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).15 Livestock also cannot be given growth hormones
Products labeled "Certified Organic" or merely "Organic" must contain at least 95 percent organic ingredients
The label "Made with Organic Ingredients" can contain anywhere between 70 to 95 percent organic ingredients
To ensure you're actually getting your money's worth, look for the
"USDA Organic" label. The use of the organic seal shown above is
optional, but the label must clearly state “Organic.” The organic
certification may not be perfect, but it is typically the best
reassurance you can get if you do not know the direct source of your
food. Beware of brands that have “organic” in their brand name but don’t
actually bear the USDA label, or brands that try to trick you with
words that look like “organic,” such as “organix” or similar twists on
the word. If it’s not clearly spelled out on the label, and spelled
correctly, it’s not certified organic.