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You are worthy our Lord and God to receive the glory and honor and power for you created all things Rev. 4:11 NIV

The topics and information shared on this page are tools for you to use on your journey to vibrant health. Please let us know if there is a topic you would like more information on or if you have additional information that you feel would benefit others.
Benefits of Organic Food
There is more and more research every day on the benefits of organic food and the potential problems with conventionally grown foods. These problems include not only the high levels of pesticide and herbicide, but the decreased nutritional value in the foods themselves. Click here for an overview of the benefits of organic produce.

Eating Healthy Fats:
It makes a difference what type of fat you eat. Fats are an important part of our diet, but we need to choose the right ones: Click here for more information

Watch the Sugar: Diabetes is becoming more common and with this diagnosis comes a multitude of other health issues. Click here for information on the problems with too much sugar.

Fat Fighting Foods:
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Raw milk vs. store bought:
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Benefits of grinding your own grains for bread making:
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Hearing loss:
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Prostate Health:
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Oral Health and Cardio:
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Concerns about Sodas:
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BPAs in  plastic water bottles and baby bottles:
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BPAs in cans pose health risk:
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BPA's causing Cancer?

Information on Fighting cancer:

Genetically engineered (GE) or Genetically modified (GM)
There is a lot of concern and a lack of knowledge about genetically modified foods. The information presented here  is designed to educate and empower you, as a consumer to make healthy choices. Organic foods are not grown from GE or GM seeds, nor is the use of toxic herbicides allowed to be used on your food.

GE Sugar Beets were put in stores in 2008, in addition to beets, the other GE foods are corn and soy. The concern is that these seeds are genetically modified to allow up to 5 times more Roundup ( a common herbicide) to be sprayed on them, this reduces the amount of weeding the farmer is required to do. Some of this food is then fed to livestock and some goes directly into foods we buy in the store. There is no requirement for labeling. Current studies being conducted are suggesting that there may be some long term health consequences from ingestion of these foods and the residual herbicide chemicals on the food. 

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Update on concern for "Round Up": Click for more

GE Corn Fed Bee's with learning problems: Click Here

GE Corn fed mice with reproductive problems and low birth weights: Click here

Say NO to GM foods!: Click here to learn how! 


Easy and Cheap recipe for Laundry Detergent: Click Here!

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