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Q. Dear Terry, “I recently read an article about andrographis and its benefits for Lyme disease. Would you recommend taking andrographis on a daily basis?”– Morgan S., Hilo, HI

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Q. Dear Terry, “My blood pressure is on the higher side, but luckily I don’t need a prescription yet. I would like to take some natural steps to keep my blood pressure normal. Aside from improving my diet and exercising more, what else do you suggest?” – Garrett B., Glendora, CA

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Q. Dear Terry, “I’m in my 30s and just started getting heartburn. The pain was so bad the first few times it happened; I thought I was having a heart attack! I’ve identified most of my food and beverage triggers and that has severely reduced the occurrence. What would be some other natural ways to further prevent heartburn?” – Kristin S., New York, NY

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Health Pick

Are You Always Looking For a Restroom?

Bladder problems occur frequently in women, and it has been estimated that the majority of women will experience bladder discomfort at least once in their lifetime.  Men complain of getting up frequently through the night to attempt to empty their bladder and are not always… Read more >>

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Terry's Podcast Meta-Analysis Supports Curcumin’s Anti-Inflammatory and Metabolic Benefits By Stephen Daniells LINK >>
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Propolis—The Natural Antibiotic
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When the Intensity Gets Turned Up

Whenever life gets difficult and it seems like the intensity has been turned up, that means you are closer to your victory. When those lies are bombarding your mind, when you’re tempted to get discouraged or feel like throwing in the towel, that’s not the time to back down. That’s the time to dig your heels in and put on a new attitude because you are closer to your victory.

Maybe you’ve had a lot of things come against you. It seems like the more you pray the worse it gets. You’re doing the right thing, but the wrong thing is happening. The easy thing is to say, “Forget it. I don’t have to put up with this.” “This marriage is never going to work.” “I’ll never be able to raise this child.” Or, “I don’t like this job.” No, instead of getting discouraged, instead of going around sour and bitter, you need to say, “I’ve come too far to stop now. I’ve been through too much to back down. I realize the reason the intensity has been turned up is because I’m about to embrace the victory God has in store for me!” Keep standing, keep praying, keep hoping, and stay in faith when the intensity gets turned up!

"Father, You’ve seen everything I’ve been through. You know what I’ve had to endure. I trust that You are working behind the scenes and leading me into victory. I keep my faith and trust in You and expect to see Your mighty hand in Jesus’ name! Amen."

"Save us, O God of our salvation, and gather and deliver us from among the nations, that we may give thanks to your holy name and glory in your praise..."
(1 Chronicles 16:35, ESV)

"There is no man living who isn't capable of doing more than he thinks he can do."
— Henry Ford: American industrialist

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