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March 18, 2020

The news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has totally rocked our world. We’ve gone from shock and disbelief to anger, confusion, and fear. One part of me wants to stick my head in the sand and pretend it will simply go away and the other part wants to try and outrun it.

Well, neither of those will work. So, what can we do? Are we at the mercy of this virus just waiting for it to strike our homes? NO!!! 

There’s plenty that we can do to protect ourselves from this deadly virus. Several of the tips are just plain old common sense, although there seems to be a lack of that lately. So, let’s take a look.

1.  One of the best things you can do is to support your body with a strong immune system which is your protection against disease, in general. Eat a well balanced diet of organic and Non-GMO fruits and vegetables, fiber rich whole grains, nuts & seeds, and high-quality proteins. Choose hormone and antibiotic-free, and 100% grass-fed meat. Yes, it will cost more but it’s healthier and isn’t load...

September 29, 2018

Our aging population has grown as new technology and advances in the medical field have increased people's lifespan. It isn't enough to just live longer. We should all want to live well.

One study showed that roughly 80% of Americans suffer from at least one chronic disease, and 68% have two or more. Those are horrible statistics!!!

So, are there things that we can do now, so we can look forward to productive years to enjoy family and friends without taking a hand full of pills ever day?

Absolutely!!! Let's start with 7 things that you can implement right away that will boost your health, add vitality to your life, and maybe get you off some of your medications.

1.  Be social. It sounds simple enough, but loneliness is deadly. People need each other. Having social interaction gives you a reason to get up in the morning and go through your day. Solution: Get involved in a church, join a community club, stay aware of current events, or take or teach a class and keep learning....

August 11, 2018

Would you believe that the average child in America gets 8 - 10 colds per year?

Consider having two or more kids, and you could have the potential of having sick ones at home at least once a month. That's not to mention them bringing the contagious germs home to you.

So, what's a parent to do?

1. Get your kids back into a routine of going to bed early. When they get run down, their small bodies suffer. With a weakened immune system, they're more likely to fall victim to any passing illness. 

If they're not feeling well, you'll have irritable children and that can affect their performance at school. Lack of sleep keeps them from being alert in the classroom and focusing on their studies.

2. Make sure your child has a healthy diet. Don't let their dislike of vegetables keep you from preparing delicious meals that will fuel them throughout the day.

There are so many ways to incorporate veggies into their diet. From fruit and vegetable smoothies for breakfast, cut up broccoli, carrots, an...

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