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Too many chronic ailments have been pronounced “incurable.” Here’s how some forward-thinking practitioners are resolving such conditions — and transforming their patients’ lives. Many progressive practitioners take a systems-based approach, exploring how their patients’ environment and lifestyle factors interact with their unique physiology. While treatment plans are highly individualized, here are some powerful tips that any of us can employ to safely jump-start our own healing process....
Are you having trouble sticking with The Daniel Plan? Don't beat yourself up. The Daniel Plan is designed to help you rewire your brain so you can get thinner, smarter, and happier. But don't expect it to be as easy as flipping a switch....
“If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” (John 8:31b-32 NKJV) Nothing can change the lives of people like the Bible. I’ve seen alcoholics and addicts get their lives sober and clean because they started reading the Bible. I’ve seen God’s Word change self-centered, narcissistic men who abuse and misuse women into godly husbands, wonderful dads, and upstanding citizens in the community....
I’m staying on your trail; I’m putting one foot in front of the other. I’m not giving up. —Psalm 17:5 MSG Dr. Mark Hyman says that what you put on your fork dictates whether you are sick or well, slim or fat, depleted or energized. ...
“Everyone seems to be talking about fat these days. That fat somehow is good now and can help with weight loss and disease prevention. How can that be true when for decades we all were told that fat was the bad guy? What are its benefits? Are there any downsides to eating more fat?” Is a recent question I received and it comes at the perfect time. ...


 
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