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Q. Dear Terry, “I have chronic low back pain and am hoping for some relief. I tried over-the-counter medications in the past, but I want to switch to something better. What else should I try? ”– Donald K., Raleigh, NC

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Q. Dear Terry, “My teenage daughter was told at her last doctor’s appointment that she is anemic. She’s tried iron pills in the past and they made her stomach upset. I know she needs more iron, what other options are there?” – Tess L., Alberta, Canada

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Q. Dear Terry, “What can I take to prevent frequent sinus infections?” – Kim O., Nashua, NH

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Did You Know?

That all vitamins and minerals are classified as ESSENTIAL TO LIFE.

That means we need all the vitamins and all the minerals on a daily basis to maintain a healthy body. They are essential to life. If we are missing even one vitamin or one mineral, our bodies are unable to maintain good health. Without good… Read more >>

In The News

Terry's Podcast 3 Superstar Nutrients That Naturally Fight Pain and Inflammation By Gail Dixon, OCN LINK >>
Terry's Podcast High Fructose Corn Syrup Has Been Quietly, Deceitfully Renamed By Baxter Dmitry, yournewswire.com LINK >>
Terry's Podcast This Is the Reason Why Americans Refrigerate Eggs and Europeans Don’t By Reader's Digest Editors LINK >>

TERRY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Elevated Blood Glucose Shrinks the Brain
David Perlmutter, M.D. Studies have demonstrated that there is a direct correlation between changes in size of the brains' memory center, the hippocampus, and declining … Watch the video >>
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

Next Health Topics:

DGL,
Extend the Life of Your Heart,
Don’t Wreck Your Immune System,
Help for the Highly Anxious.


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What Does The Science Say!!

Curcumin Keeps Your Vision Clear
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Keep Calm and Keep Living Well
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Omega-3s and Breast Cancer
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Still Standing

All of us can look back at things that should have defeated us. Maybe a divorce or a breakup should have taken you down, but look—you’re still standing! That’s the goodness of God. That addiction, all that partying should have killed you, but because of a praying loved one, you're still standing and becoming freer. Or, maybe you lost a loved one and didn't think you could go on. You thought you'd seen your best days, but God breathed new life into you. He lifted you out of the pit, put a new song in your heart, and here you are today, still standing.

When you go through difficult things, it’s an opportunity to see the goodness of God shine in the darkness. You see Him lift you up, restore you, promote you and heal you. When you have this history with God, you don't get discouraged by every difficulty. You don’t fall apart because of a disappointment. You don’t get upset because people are talking about you. You know that God brought you through the darkness in the past, and He is going to bring you through in the future! Rejoice today because you are still standing and headed to the place of total victory!

"Father, thank You for lifting me out of my difficulty and for helping me stand on solid ground. I trust Your goodness. I know that You are faithful. Help me stay focused on Your victory in Jesus’ name. Amen."

"He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand..."
(Psalm 40:2, NIV)

Maintaining order rather than correcting disorder is the ultimate principle of wisdom.  To cure disease after it has appeared is like digging a well when one feels thirsty, or forging weapons after the war has already begun.
— Nei Jing (2nd century BC)

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