If you feel tired all the time, have gained weight, can’t tolerate cold, have dry skin, and worry about breast, prostate, or thyroid cancer— I have the answer that will make a world of difference in how you feel. In a word, the answer is: iodine. You probably don’t get enough in your diet, and here’s how you can change that.
Q. Dear Terry, “I have been having some right sided abdominal pain that I just learned is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. My doctor said it was caught very early and I can still reverse a lot of the damage. What herbal support is there for the liver?” — Bryson P., San Antonio, TX
Q. Dear Terry, “I have type 2 diabetes and it’s pretty stable. I try to eat well and exercise when I can. I would like to add in some herbs or natural ingredients that help with blood sugar. I don’t know much about which herbs are safe. What would you suggest?” — Jamal K., Hempstead, NY
Q. Dear Terry, “What do you recommend for younger looking skin? I’ve done a lot of sun tanning and caused some significant damage. I know a lot of the damage is probably permanent, but what do I have to lose?” — Elle D., Hollywood, FL
I think most people are aware of the heart healthy benefits of olive oil but are unable to find a way to add it to their diet or dislike taking olive oil by the spoonful. Olive oil has been singled out as being one of…
God has ordained seasons and cycles in our lives. Sometimes, when our dreams aren’t coming to pass on our timetable, we can be tempted to get frustrated. But we have to be careful not to allow our attitude to keep us from moving forward. Understand that in God’s kingdom, every season is not harvest. Every season is not springtime, with beautiful flowers, gorgeous sunshine and cool breezes. There are plowing seasons, planting seasons and watering seasons. Sure, we would love for every season to be a time of increase, but without the other seasons, we wouldn’t be prepared for promotion. You have to choose to rejoice today. God has given you not only the grace to endure this season but to enjoy the season. When you’re content, you see each day as a gift, appreciate the people in your lives, and are grateful for what God has given you. That is not only developing your character, but you’re passing the test. You will come out of winter and into your springtime.
"Father in heaven, thank You for Your faithfulness in all seasons of my life. I trust that my time is coming, and I choose to remain faithful. I submit my ways to You today and trust that You have the best plan for my life. I love You and praise Your Name today. In Jesus’ Name. Amen."
"For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven." (Ecclesiastes 3:1, NLT)
“Make failure your teacher, not your undertaker.” —Zig Ziglar: American author, salesman, and motivational speaker