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Q. Dear Terry, “I was told that my B12 levels are low. I’m not really having any symptoms that I know of, but I’d still like to correct the issue. I know some people get B12 injections. Is that necessary? Or can I get B12 from other sources?” — Al P., Lawton, OK

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Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve heard that saffron can help improve mood for people who struggle with depression. I want to try it but I’d like to know a little more about how it works. Also, is it safe to combine with other herbs for depression too?” — Serene B., Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Q. Dear Terry, “What do you recommend for pneumonia? I’ve had chest congestion and a cough for several weeks now. My symptoms are getting better, but are still bothersome.” — Dee R., Huntington, WV

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Health Pick

Do you experience Heavy, Tired Legs?

Can You See Or Feel Varicose Veins in Your Legs?  Do You Have Hemorrhoids? Two clinically studied herbs, Butcher's Broom and Red Vine Leaf extract have both proven to reduce heavy, tired legs and reduce the physical appearance of varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Usually, 1,000… Read more >>

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Terry's Podcast Choline: The Essential Nutrient Americans Still Aren’t Consuming Enough By Nutraceuticals World LINK >>
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A Light for Your Path

When we type an address into our navigation system, “Route Overview” gives us the details of our trip—where we’re going, how long it’s going to take, and every turn to make. We can relax, knowing all the details. God has a route overview for your life. He knows your final destination and the best way to get you there. But God doesn’t show you the details. The Scripture says His Word is a lamp to our feet. A lamp implies you have enough light to see the path in front of you. He’s not giving you the light that shows your life road for the next fifty years. He leads you one step at a time. If you trust Him and take that step into the unknown, not knowing how it’s going to work out, He’ll show you another step. Step-by-step, He’ll lead you into your destiny.

Our question is, will you be bold and take the next step that God gives you with the light you have? The unknown is where miracles happen, where you discover abilities you never knew you had, and where you’ll accomplish more than you ever dreamed. If you have the courage to do what you know He’s asking you to do, He has the provision, the favor, and all that you need to go to the next level.

"Father in heaven, I humbly come to You giving You all that I am. I invite You to direct my steps by the light of Your Word. Fill me with Your peace and confidence as You show me the good plan You have in store. In Jesus’ Name. Amen."

"Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path."
(Psalm 119:105, ESV)

"As long as we are persistent in our pursuit of our deepest destiny, we will continue to grow. We cannot choose the day or time when we will fully bloom. It happens in its own time."
— Denis Waitley: American motivational speaker and writer

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