“It was as this point that Bilbo stopped. Going on from there was the bravest thing he ever did. The tremendous things that happened afterwards were as nothing compared to it. He fought the real battle in the tunnel alone, before he ever saw the vast danger that lay in wait.” ~ The Hobbit. The most … More The bravest thing you can do
The price of your new life is your old one. ~ Unknown I just listened to Mel Robbins talk about this quote. She gave a personal example about herself, that the price of her “new” marriage to her husband was her old one (same husband). A marriage that was a mess in exchange for a … More The price of your new life is…
Your body speaks to you every day. In fact, Candace Pert, neuroscientist, says your body is your “subconscious mind.” What are your core beliefs? Your body may hold the answers. Symptoms may be a physical manifestation of an emotional or spiritual issue. Let me define this a bit. Emotions are reinforced by reacting the same … More The gift of symptoms
Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. ~ I Thessalonians 5:23 I have been thinking very much lately about healing. Why is the church so physically sick? Why is there virtually no … More Sanctification of mind, body and spirit
Fiber is something that all bodies need and should get from a balanced diet. Raw foods have this enzyme as well as the other enzymes our body needs. Unlike the other three main enzyme groups that digest proteins, fat, and carbohydrates, our body can produce no cellulase. Nada. Zilch. Zero. So, we can’t make it … More Enzymes Part 4: What does cellulase deficiency look like?
Lipase, lipase, lipase. Just think ALL THINGS FAT. If it has to do with digesting fat, it has to do with lipase. Your body’s ability to use fat soluble vitamins like D, A, and E, is also accomplished by lipase. It is produced in the spleen, one of the least appreciated organs. Healthy bodies can … More Enzymes Part 3: What does lipase deficiency look like?
Chasing symptoms is the national health pastime. We just want the itch/pain/annoyance to go away. I think it’s great that many are looking for alternatives to pharmaceuticals, but many are also just looking for a more natural band-aid, to cover the symptoms, and are not investigating the cause. Why? Because we might have to change … More Enzymes Part 2: What does amylase deficiency look like?