How is the constant need to urinate, nighttime trips to the bathroom, and incontinence affecting your life or the life of someone in your family? Has it caused you to not do the things you love, like travel? This topic is equally important for women and men. In fact, there is an herb that has replaced saw palmetto as the number one choice for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and bladder issues for men, and been equally effective for women dealing with urinary issues. It’s time for you to know more….
Q. Dear Terry, “I have experienced sciatic nerve pain in my lower back, buttocks, and upper thigh, and hip mainly on the left side. In spite of back surgery to repair a herniated disc and stenosis, the pain persists. I have also been to physical therapy, chiropractors, pain med clinic, etc. What would you recommend for me to get back on the journey of restored health? Thank you.”– Becky G., Rochester, MN
Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve watched several close family members suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s. I’m trying to take steps to minimize my risk of going down the same path. Diet and exercise are of course important, but I want to know if there are any herbs I should take too?” – Sean K., Sioux City, IA
The following conditions are premorbid conditions. Because of the huge population of American’s experiencing one or more unhealthy conditions, along with an underactive immune system, their risk of infection and death is greatly increased. These conditions are directly related to the Standard American Diet (SAD)…
Sometimes God will let us be uncomfortable for a dark, difficult period so He can bless us later on. He’ll close a door, which we don’t like, but later on He’ll open a bigger door. God is not as concerned about our comfort as He is about our purpose. There are times when He will shake things up to force us to change. His goal is not to make our life miserable; He’s pushing us into our purpose. Not every closed door is a bad thing. If God had not shut that door, we would have been satisfied to stay where we were. Not every time a person walks away from us is a tragedy. God knows we won’t move forward without a push. You have too much potential, too much talent, too much in you to get stuck where you are. He’ll put you in situations that make you stretch, make you grow, make you spread your wings.
“Father, thank You that You know what’s best for me, and You’re pushing, stretching, and enlarging me for a reason. Thank You for closed doors as well as open doors. I believe that You have something bigger, something better, something more rewarding up in front of me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
“...Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails...” (Proverbs 19:21, NIV)
"What are you grateful for right now? Gratitude can shift your energy, raise your vibration, and make all your next moments even better." — Joe Vitale: American author