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Q. Dear Terry, “Heart disease has been an issue in my family for quite some time. My dad and two of my uncles had heart attacks at a young age. I’ve been trying to make some changes in my life so I don’t end up with the same issues. I quit smoking several years ago and started exercising. I’d like some help with other natural things that can keep my heart healthy. Any thoughts?” – Dom M., Vallejo, CA

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Q. Dear Terry, “I am itchy all over my body. I have shingles even though my doctor gave me the shingles shot. Please help!”– K.S., Ontario, Canada

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Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve been experiencing some tingling and issues in my wrists and hands. From what I know, it is most likely carpal tunnel. It can be quite painful and interrupt my work. Several people I know had surgery to correct the issue and it actually made their symptoms worse. I’d prefer a natural way to address the pain and discomfort. What do you suggest?” – Selena R., Rio Rancho, NM

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Did You Know?

Strontium: your element for strong bones

Strontium can have a tremendous effect in positively changing bone health and bone density. In fact, it can fight and possibly even prevent osteoporosis. My good friend, Dr. Jonathan Wright, observed significant improvement in the bone density of his patients who used strontium citrate, which… Read more >>

In The News

Terry's Podcast Quinoa is a High Source of Protein with Tremendous Health Benefits By P. Simard LINK >>
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TERRY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Parkinson’s—Focus On Prevention
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Listen to Terry explore health topics on his highly popular radio show, live or on demand. Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. CST

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What Does The Science Say!!

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Stay at Peace

It’s easy to live frustrated because somebody is not doing what we want, discouraged because of a disappointment, upset because our dreams haven’t come to pass. But God doesn’t remove every frustration. He doesn’t change every person we don’t like or take away everything that’s bothering us. When He says, “Be still and know that I am God,” this implies that if we’re not still, if we’re upset, frustrated, and worried, we’re not going to know that He is God. Most of the time when we’re frustrated, we’re trying to change things that only God can change. We’re trying to be God and fix things over which we have no control. You can’t make people do what’s right or make yourself get well. If you’re trying to control everything, you’re going to be frustrated. Do what you can, then turn it over to God and let Him take care of the rest. Stay at peace, knowing He’s in control.

“Father, thank You that I can be still and know that You are God. Help me to stop trying to change what only You can change and stop trying to fix things over which I have no control. I declare that I’m going to stay in peace and know that You are in control. In Jesus’ Name, Amen."

“…Be still, and know that I am God!...”
(Psalm 46:10, NLT)

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old but on building the new!
— Socrates 

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