Do you reach for antacids when you get heartburn? That’s a bad idea! Surprised? The fact is, we need stomach acid. For anyone suffering from heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), there are natural ingredients that can stop the burn and soothe the digestive system without playing a trick on the way we’re supposed to digest food. Stop compromising your health. Here are the answers for heartburn and GERD.
Q. Dear Terry, “After visiting numerous doctors, I was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). I’m very frustrated because I wasn’t given any options other than prescription medications and additional testing. I would like to try and heal myself in a natural way. What are some natural methods to treat IBS?”– Darcy P., Santa Fe, NM
Q. Dear Terry, “I recently had my vitamin D levels checked as part of a routine doctor’s visit. My levels came back on the low end of normal. I live in Minnesota and won’t be getting a lot of sun during the winter. How much vitamin D should I take on a daily basis?” – Lupe S., Duluth, MN
Q. Dear Terry, “I have a very stressful job and I get frequent tension headaches during the work week. I’m looking for something that can help prevent these headaches from occurring. I’ve tried other medications that made me tired and didn’t alleviate the pain. What do you recommend?” – Ethan K., San Francisco, CA
80% of all headaches are caused by fatigue and stress. Many nutrients such as curcumin, boswellia, vitamin B6 (P-5-P), and magnesium can have a very effective benefit in preventing and relieving headaches. There are no side effects to this combination so you can safely and…
Propolis—The Natural Antibiotic
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In the Scripture, people often came against Jesus and criticized Him. Many times it says, “Jesus answered them not a word.” He simply didn’t respond to His critics. He didn’t try to convince them to change their minds. He didn’t get upset because somebody was talking about Him. No, He just ignored it. When people come against you and they’re jealous, trying to make you look bad, trying to discourage you, remember, you’re in good company! Jesus was probably criticized more than anyone else. I love the fact that He didn’t try to explain Himself. He didn’t try to make everyone understand Him. He just stayed focused on what He was called to do. He simply ran His race.
Friend, Jesus set the example for you and me. We don’t have to try to win the approval of others. We have to understand that not everyone is going to understand us or be for us. Our focus should be on following God’s leading and let Him order our steps. The next time someone criticizes you, remember the example of Jesus. Overlook it, don’t get offended, and keep moving forward in the destiny God has for you!
Today, if you feel stuck, locked out or defeated, remember, Jesus is the One who holds the keys to your freedom. All you have to do is call on His name and He will answer. He promises to hear you and deliver you. Receive His salvation, receive hope, and receive the freedom and victory He came to give.
"Father, today I release every person who has criticized me or tried to discourage me. I choose to forgive them; I choose to turn away from that distraction. I choose to focus on You and the blessings You have in store for me in Jesus’ name. Amen."
"…but Jesus refused to answer." (Luke 23:9, NLT)
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." —Mahatma Gandhi: Indian Leader