There are no drugs on the market that will make blood vessels stronger and resistant to rupture. Strong vessels can prevent things like heart disease, heart attacks, aneurysms, and strokes. The good news? There is a clinically studied nutrient called mesoglycan that can make blood vessels stronger. Here’s what you need to know.
Q. Dear Terry, “Along with other PMS symptoms, I also get acne breakouts. The pimples can be very painful and they are often the worst part of my menstrual cycle. I would love to find some natural options that can help my monthly cycle be less miserable.” — Millie B., Honolulu, HI
Q. Dear Terry, “I don’t take any medications and consider myself a healthy 54-year-old woman. However, over the past few months I’ve noticed my hair has been falling out at a faster rate. No other women in my family have experienced this issue. I’m wondering if there’s anything I can try to help with hair growth?” — Kat A., Roanoke, VA
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Did you know that when you give to others in need, the Bible says it’s like giving directly to God Himself? When you step out and bless other people, you are honoring and blessing the Lord. The Scripture tells us to give our best, to give generously. In other words, stretch yourself. Go out of your way. It may be uncomfortable to walk over and pay for someone’s gas, but that’s being generous.
I encourage you today, look for ways to give generously and meet the needs of others. You can’t help everyone, but you can help someone. You can be the answer to someone’s prayers. Remember, people have many different types of needs. There may be someone who needs some encouragement. Give generously when you give that encouragement. There may be someone in your life that just needs a friend; they need some quality time. Give generously of your time and pour into that person. As you give generously to others, God will multiply those seeds in your own life in return!
"Heavenly Father, today I am releasing every negative thing that has happened to me. I’m forgiving every person who has hurt me. I’m forgiving myself for mistakes I’ve made and releasing every disappointment so that I can live in Your peace and victory. In Jesus’ Name. Amen."
"...the righteous give generously." (Psalm 37:21, NIV)
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover. —Mark Twain