Do you constantly need to go to the bathroom? Feel like you’re dealing with a low bladder capacity? Are you tired of it? Do you wish there was a safe solution? There is! There’s a botanical extract that will strengthen bladder muscles and increase bladder capacity. Here’s what you need.
Q. Dear Terry, “My ten year old daughter recently developed a cough that produces a lot of phlegm. She seems perfectly fine other than the coughing attacks that occur during the day and night. I’m worried the coughing is keeping her up at night. What natural ingredients are child safe and can help her cough?” — Constance A., Indianapolis, IN
Terry is happy to provide his opinion on diet and nutrition, supplements and lifestyle choices. This information is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to replace the advice of your physician and is not to be considered medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Should you have any concerns please contact your physician directly.
If there’s one thing that the pain of shingles, the harsh cough of respiratory infections, and the body aches of seasonal viruses all have in common, it is a compromised immune system. Additionally, each of these conditions can be tough to treat conventionally. In any event, the side effects of conventional treatment leave a lot to be desired. Unfortunately, you see a big pharmaceutical media push for treatment for shingles, and every fall brings a new call for flu vaccines that are essentially worthless.
But there is good news. There are powerful natural ingredients that help you avoid the grip of viruses and other immune system threats, and they don’t compromise your health in the process. A combination of freeze-dried elderberry extract, citrus bioflavonoids, and strong immune-protecting vitamins and minerals is the best choice you can make to fight viruses. Best yet, at higher dosages for a limited duration – about 1 or 2 days – they can actually reverse viral illnesses and put you on the path to natural healing.
TODAY'S WORD From Joel and Victoria
...the Greatest Is Love
Is love your greatest aim? How can you tell? Easy. Are you concerned about other people, or are you concerned about only yourself? Do you take time to make a difference, to encourage others, to lift their spirits, to make people feel better about themselves? Do you follow the flow of love that God puts in your heart toward somebody in need? Or, are you too busy with your own plans? When God puts love and compassion in your heart toward someone, He’s offering you an opportunity to walk in love and make a difference in that person’s life. You must learn to follow that love as your greatest aim. Don’t ignore it. Act on it. Be on the lookout for people you can bless. Be willing to be interrupted and inconvenienced if it means you can help meet somebody else's need. You have what somebody needs.
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"Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work." —Aristotle
A PRAYER FOR TODAY
"God, I have faith in Jesus, confidence in Your plan for my life, and hope for eternity in heaven. But it is love that You value above all else. I am going to show love to those around me every day. I will have the strength to turn the other cheek and avoid strife today. In Jesus' name - Amen."