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Harming Our Immune Systems?

Harming Our Immune Systems?

The things people have been forced to do or are willingly choosing to do to fight this virus are counterproductive in many ways. The way that we fight viruses, illness, and disease is through our immune system. Slathering toxic hand sanitizers all over us, spraying everything with toxic disinfectants, and wearing masks are all counterproductive to having strong and healthy immune systems. The entire mask wearing thing always seemed wrong to me. How can breathing in one’s own breath be…

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Our Time is in His Hands

Our Time is in His Hands

Yesterday, I found out that my brain tumor is growing again. It was disheartening news to say the least, but I do know that my time is in His hands (Psalm 31:15). God is good and His plan for me is good regardless of what that means for me (Romans 8:28). It’s been an almost 17 year journey with this pesky brain tumor now. It began when I was 45 years old when I had my first brain surgery. They…

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Fearing the Coronavirus

Fearing the Coronavirus

My mom didn’t fear germs at all. She feared toxic chemicals. She learned that a strong immune system is the best fight against germs and the diseases that result from them. So I grew up believing the same thing. I haven’t gotten the ordinary illnesses (colds and flu) much until I began having grandchildren. If they had a cold, I would get it and it would be much worse than the others due to my weakened immune system because of…

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Living a Cancer Free Lifestyle

Living a Cancer Free Lifestyle

Cancer is a growing menace in our culture. I know too many women personally who are fighting this terrible disease and too many children and young adults who have died from this disease. We live in a toxic world. Yes, all of modern technology has made life a lot easier but it has come with great costs, namely, the cost to our health. We must be diligent in fighting these adverse side effects as much as possible but then leave…

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Tamiflu Can Be Deadly

Tamiflu Can Be Deadly

Most of you heard that Rachel Held Evans died this past year and many of you saw on my Facebook that I wasn’t a fan of hers since I disagreed vehemently with what she taught. She taught pretty much everything contrary to what I teach, but I never celebrated her death and will never celebrate the death of anyone. It was a tragic event. Death is our last enemy (1 Corinthians 15:6) but thankfully, Christ conquered death by His death…

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He’s Home with Me!

He’s Home with Me!

A week ago yesterday, I took my husband to the ER with a heart rate of 40 beats per minute. It had been this way for about four days. Soon after we got to the ER and he was transferred to a bigger hospital, it went down to the 20s and as low as 13. He was diagnosed with Lyme Carditis and put on antibiotics. The doctors told him it would take two to seven days to heal. It was…

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Taking a Break – Husband in ICU

Taking a Break – Husband in ICU

A few weeks ago, my husband, Ken, got a strange flu-like illness for a week. He partially recovered and went back to living life. A week after recovering, he took his blood pressure and found that his heart rate was only 40 beats per minute. This went on for a few days and he began to become light-headed and short winded. We decided to take him to the ER and the EKG showed he had a heart block. Due to…

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The Hysteria Over Measles

The Hysteria Over Measles

On Thursday, I posted this chart on my Facebook page. I didn’t create it and I tried to find out who did with no success but hysteria broke out among many of those who commented. “Where are the links to support these claims?” It didn’t take long for me to find links to support some of these claims, so I thought I would share them with those who are interested. Truthfully, it’s difficult to know who to believe on the…

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Promoting Breastfeeding as Natural May Be Ethically Problematic?

Promoting Breastfeeding as Natural May Be Ethically Problematic?

Jessica Martucci PhD and Anne Barnhill PhD wrote an article that was published for theĀ American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) explaining to health professionals why they need to stop describing breastfeeding as ‘natural.’ “Promoting breastfeeding as ‘natural’ may be ethically problematic, and, even more troublingly, it may bolster this belief that ‘natural’ approaches are presumptively healthier.” They fear that because vaccinations aren’t natural, then those who are into “natural” won’t vaccinate their children, therefore, they want pediatricians to stop using the…

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Why Organic Food is So Expensive

Why Organic Food is So Expensive

My mom fed us organic foods since the time I was five years old. I mostly eat organic foods and fed it to my children when they were growing up. Yes, it’s more expensive but I don’t want all of the toxic chemicals sprayed on foods that are conventionally grown. I have been reading a book called “The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love” by Kristin Kimball. Someone recommended it on one of the blogs I follow….

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