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Q. Dear Terry, “After having my two children, I started to experience some urinary incontinence. It occurs primarily when I’m working out or running around. The leakage is a small amount and hasn’t been getting worse. I would like to address this issue naturally, if possible. Are there any herbs I can take?” — B.M., Smyrna, TN

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Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve been taking boswellia for my arthritis and it’s really been helping. I recently read an article that referred to boswellia as frankincense. I’m confused – should I be taking boswellia or frankincense?” — Randi C., Jefferson City, MO

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Q. Dear Terry, “My wife has hypothyroid and she doesn’t feel like herself. I’ve been researching some natural solutions and would like your input. What would be your go to ingredients for the thyroid?” — Sal P., Brooklyn Park, MN

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Terry's
Health Pick

Don’t Let The American Diet Strip You of Your Good Health

In some of my articles, I made reference to the American diet being made up of 70% refined carbohydrates and refined sugar. While this makes us feel full and squashes the pangs of hunger, we are drastically malnourished. With the emphasis on soft drinks and… Read more >>

In The News

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TERRY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Parkinson’s—Focus On Prevention
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The Way To Get Ahead

It’s amazing how taking a few minutes at the start of each day to plan and set your thoughts in the right direction can help you get ahead and empower you to accomplish so much more. But too often, people get so caught up in the activity of life that they tend to just “go with the flow” instead. I’m not saying we shouldn’t be flexible, but when it comes to your life, you should be the one setting the flow. Of course, unexpected things happen. Our days won’t always go according to plan, but if you’ll take time each day to set your heart and mind in the right direction, you’ll be equipped for whatever comes your way!

Today I encourage you to make plans to start your day right and set your thoughts in the right direction. Say something such as "This is going to be a great day. God is guiding and directing my steps. His favor is surrounding me." Put God first place. Let Him guide you and order your steps. Even if it’s just five minutes a day, make spending time with Him a habit. Plan your day with Him because careful planning is the way to get ahead.

"God, my plate is full. I spend much of my time running, serving, doing. Remind me that it is OK to slow down and enjoy a quiet moment with You. Refresh my spirit and help me to live a balanced life with You at the top of my To-Do list. In Jesus' name - Amen."

"Careful planning puts you ahead in the long run; hurry and scurry puts you further behind."
(Proverbs 21:5, MSG)

"Good habits, once established are just as hard to break as are bad habits."
—Robert Puller: American writer

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