Sleep, Stress, and Adrenal Fatigue

Sleep, Stress, and Adrenal Fatigue

Sleep, Stress, and Adrenal Fatigue 

Adrenal Fatigue is a decrease in the adrenal glands’ ability to carry out normal function. It is commonly caused by chronic stress from any source—emotional, physical, mental, or environmental— that exceeds the body’s capacity to adjust well to the demands placed on it by the stress. This affects our sleep. I’ve heard numerous people say they haven’t been sleeping well.This has been such a stressful year for many Americans. It’s feels like stress and fear are in the air…like you can reach out and touch them. There is a lot that you can do to combat stress and fear and live in a state of peace.

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Time for Probiotics

Time for Probiotics

Best Probiotics Ever

Ever since I took a round of antibiotics a few years ago for an upper respiratory infection, I’ve had a challenge with my gut health.  I’ve had to take an herbal supplement to stay regular. Then my colonic therapist recommended Probiotic 225. It’s been a life changer for sure. The real test came in the last couple of weeks when I was out of stock. I noticed a big difference.  Never again. You know I always let you know when I have excellent products. But don’t get this product from Amazon.  My colonic therapist said she had some clients that did and it was not the same. Something is not right with the one they carry. You must know your source when it comes to probiotics.

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My Personal Story

My Personal Story

Thanksgiving Story of Hope

As I was reflecting on all that our nation has been through this year and what we are still going through,I was reminded of the great healing I experienced in an impossible situation. I was told I’d never use my right hand again. The video clip of the dramatization on The Sid Roth Show depicts the story of the burglar attack that I experienced long ago. CLICK TO WATCH It was re-posted October 31, 2017 on Jesus Now Facebook page. It went viral. Nearly 900,000 people viewed it and numerous people have reposted it.

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Quercetin Fights Viral Infections

Quercetin Fights Viral Infections

Quercetin Fights Viral Infections

Quercetin is a type of flavonoid antioxidant that is found in leafy greens, tomatoes, berries and broccoli. It’s  a “plant pigment,” which is exactly why it’s found in deeply colored, nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables. According to numerous studies, quercetin plays an important role in fighting free radical damage, the effects of aging and inflammation. According to the Department of Pathology and Diagnostics at the University of Verona in Italy, quercetin and other flavonoids are anti-viral, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic.

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Banish Fear

Banish Fear

FEAR NOT LITTLE LAMB

These have been troubling times for many people. I’ve heard from scores of people who are scared, whether it’s Covid or the election. But I want to say, “Fear not.”

You may remember the story of the Israelites in Exodus 14. They had just escaped the tyrannical enslavement of Pharaoh in Egypt. They were crossing the desert on their way to the promise land when they came to an impasse at the Red Sea. And to make matters worse, Pharaoh had decided he didn’t want to let them go. After all, that was a lot of free labor just lost. He sent his army to hall them on back. So talk about between a lake and a hard place….

Then God parts the Red Sea so that a wall of water stands on each side and He even dries out a path for them to walk over to the other side. They get the whole nation across and then they see the soldiers with their horses and chariots coming their way at breakneck speed. They are standing there tired, hungry and terrified. Their feet hurt and they had just wanted to sit down for a chicken dinner, but now they are so scared they couldn’t possibly eat.

At the moment that it’s  looking totally impossible, the wheels start wobbling on the chariots. That spooks the soldiers and they attempt to turn around. And that’s when God lets the water walls go back down. They all drown. And God is looking at the Israelites saying they didn’t need to get their stress hormones all worked up. He had it all under control. 

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Juice Powder Superfood

Juice Powder Superfood

The Two TOP Superfood Contenders

Have you ever wondered why certain foods are called “superfoods” and if they really are better than other foods? Research shows that some foods truly are super healthy and stand out above the rest when it comes to health and healing. The Macmillan Dictionary defines “superfood” as “a food that is considered to be very good for your health and that may even help some medical conditions.”

Here are they are:

Watercress

Watercress, like beet juice, has been shown in studies to lower blood pressure. It contains similar high levels of the same nutrients found in beets. Beet juice was shown to lower blood pressure in three hours when people drank an 8.5 ounce glass of beet juice. With the watercress study, participants lowered their diastolic blood pressure by an average of 3.7 mm Hg in just three days. In other words, rats who ate watercress had lower blood pressure levels than the rats using medication to treat high blood pressure.

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Sunlight Benefits for Body and Mind

Sunlight Benefits for Body and Mind

5 Ways to Supplement Sunlight Exposure

Scientific research is shedding new light on the many benefits we derive from being exposed to the sun’s rays; something our primitive ancestors naturally took advantage of. But as the human race has evolved, many of us have gotten further and further away from the sun, quite literally. We live and work inside climate-controlled environments and wear clothing and sunscreen that covers or protects most of the body from the sun’s harshest rays. While our skin is important, so is sun exposure and the many positive benefits it confers on the body and the mind.

In fact, a study from the Journal of Internal Medicine correlated the health of 30,000 Swedish women with risk of death over a 20-year period. The researchers found that the risk of death from all causes doubled for the Swedish women who tended to avoid the sun compared to women who got the most sun. This was a dose-dependent benefit, meaning that the more sun exposure a woman got on a regular basis, the lower her risk of death during the two decades-long study.

This sunshine-related health benefit remained significant even after the study authors adjusted the data for income, obesity, tobacco use and exercise. According to this study, completely avoiding the sun might increase the risk of premature mortality as much as being a pack-a-day cigarette smoker.1

In another recent study, researchers presented tentative evidence showing that red and near-infrared light, both present in sunlight, could explain the associations between sunlight exposure and better health status. Body irradiation with red and near-infrared light, usually termed as photobiomodulation (PBM), have demonstrated preliminary evidence of a potential clinical benefit for chronic diseases.2

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