What to Focus on for Good Health

Notice the pattern of instruction from Genesis to Revelation… man should put all of their energy and focus into doing what God says is right, and then
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The Secret to Permanent Weight Control and Good Health

Another example of a common nutrition concern… Omega-3 fatty acids are vital for normal metabolism, but some of the potential health bene
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How to Sense an Internal Leading

Apart of living a righteous life is to have respect for how God made the body. Listen to the internal cues as all animals do. If you are thirsty, drink. I
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What about Organic Foods?

All foods are composed of just water, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and trace (tiny) amounts of vitamins and minerals. Proteins, carbohydrates [CHO], and fats
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How to Eat Sweets

Most of the world offers dessert at the end of the meal. God created man to like desserts, otherwise how would so many diverse populations do the same thing? I have n
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Should We Avoid Salt?

We are the salt of the Earth, according to Matthew 5:13. This used to be a compliment to people. It meant that they added flavor and enhanced the world around them. Now th
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But Don’t We Need Extra Vitamins?

Some people argue that vitamins (natural or synthetic) or herbs are necessary for good health because the soil is depleted. This is not true. When soil is depleted,
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Are Vitamins Essential?

Personally, I do not take vitamins or dietary supplements of any kind. When you are allowing your body to call for exactly what it needs, then it does not need t
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What about Food Allergies?

True food allergies should be respected. For instance, if you are allergic to certain seafoods, then by all means, do not eat them. If you know you have a mil
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Are Processed Foods Okay?

The liver is a chemical factory that is capable of turning what you eat into the substances your body needs. If you happen to swallow a trace amount of a chemi
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