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Q. Dear Terry, “I believe I could benefit from adding probiotics to my daily routine. I’m a little confused on which kind to choose and how much to take. What do you recommend?” – Benny G., Portland, ME

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Q. Dear Terry, “I have been experiencing a lot of light-headedness, stress, body aches, and sleep disturbances. After seeing a naturopathic doctor, she thinks it may have something to do with my adrenal glands. My follow-up appointment is in several weeks and I’m already feeling a little better by incorporating more healthy fats into my diet. What other natural things can I try?” – Mae D., Nampa, ID

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Q. Dear Terry, “What would be some good ingredients to stay healthy throughout the aging process? I’m in my 60s and feel great – and I would like to keep it that way!”– Miriam K., Clearwater, FL

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Health Pick

A Natural Way to Lower Blood Pressure

Several herbs have been proven to be effective in lowering blood pressure as effectively as blood pressure medication.  The three most commonly studied herbs are olive leaf extract, hibiscus and grape seed extract.  All could be used together or a choice of one or two… Read more >>

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The War On Cholesterol
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Switch Over To The Victory Channel

It’s interesting that our mind will naturally gravitate toward the negative. One study showed how positive and negative memories are handled by different parts of the brain. A negative memory takes up more space because there’s more to process. As a result, we will remember the negative more than the positive. For example, a person will remember losing fifty dollars more than they will remember gaining fifty dollars.

Knowing this, we have to be proactive with our thoughts. When negative memories come back to the movie screen of the mind, many people pull up a chair, get some popcorn and watch them all over again. No, the point is that’s not the only channel. There’s another movie playing on a channel that’s filled with your accomplishments and victories.

Instead of staying on that negative channel, switch over to your victory channel. You’re not going to move forward into the new things God has in store if you’re always replaying the negative things that have happened to you. Instead, learn to change the channel. Meditate on victory and move forward in the victory and blessing God has in store for you!

"Father, today I choose to set my focus on what You’ve done in my life. I choose to change the channel in my mind from defeat to victory. I set my thoughts on Your love and thank You for Your blessing in every area of my life in Jesus’ name! Amen."

"Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things."
(Philippians 4:8, NKJV)

 “What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise.”
— Oscar Wilde

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