When I meet people and they discover that I’m into holistic health, they often assume I’m a vegetarian, or at least abstain from eating red meat.[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”not a vegetarian”]Image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
Science and the bible agree. Human beings are designed as omnivores, and should consume both animal, and plant-based products. There are a lot of reasons for this conclusion. Let me give you 5 reasons why I’m not a vegetarian…..Continue reading
Our thoughts affect our health because of the mind-brain-body connection. Our minds are in control of our thoughts and our thoughts affect how our brains function. Our brains in turn affect our bodies.[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”thoughts affect our health”]image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
Our stress response or fight or flight reflex will activate our innate immune system. This is great for an emergency, but also sets off a cascade of harmful effects in the body….
In the last post we talked about how some people are stretching the definition of grace to mean that there are no consequences to sin. This is of course untrue.[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”Amazing Grace License to sin?”]Image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
As Christians, we should all be very thankful for God’s grace. However, I’ve found there is some confusion surrounding what grace actually is. This confusion may be leading people to use God’s grace as license to sin, and participate in some very unhealthy behaviors. Unhealthy in spirit, soul, and body…..
Could it be that our spiritual condition is the most important component of our physical health?[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”Can Sin Cause Disease”]Image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
Can sin cause disease? What if it were true? Could this be the breakthrough many people have been searching for? What if the things we’ve been doing to pursue health such as: eating right, and exercise, were trumped by our spiritual practices?Continue reading
In the last post we covered what it looks like to be an energy drainer. If you haven’t read that post click this link: How’s Your Energy? Part 1[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”How’s Your Energy part 2″]Image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
Just as negative energy has the power to compromise our health, positive energy has the potential to dramatically improve our health and well-being. So, let’s focus on becoming energy gainers…..Continue reading
We’ve all experienced it. We spend some time with someone and after few minutes we feel drained and depleted. We can’t wait to get away from them. Why is this so?[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”Energy Drainer vs Energy Gainer”]Image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
I would suggest that these people are energy drainers. Some people are real life energy vampires. No one deliberately becomes an energy drainer. But, somehow they become one. And they’re usually unaware of it. The following are ten characteristics to help you recognize if you’ve slid down this slippery slope…..
We have science, and we have the bible. We’ve been told that science is based of observable evidence (the facts). And that the bible is a bunch of old stories that must be taken on blind faith. There is no common ground. We must choose one over the other.[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”Spirit-Mind-Body connection”]Image from Shutterstock Created in Canva[/featured-image]
The only trouble with these conclusions is that they’re false. The bible has stood the test of time and held up to untold scientific scrutiny. It continues to be the number one best selling book of all time. There’s good reason for this. The bible is the inspired word of God, and thus useful for instruction. (2 Timothy 3:16)
Why do I mention this? Because the bible has plenty to say about the spirit-mind-body connection…..Continue reading
The CDC estimates that over 50 percent of all antibiotics prescribed are unnecessary. According to Martin Blaser, MD, the average child receives between 10 and 20 courses of antibiotics before the age of 18.[featured-image single_newwindow=”false” alt=”Overuse of Antibiotics”]Image from Dollar Photo Club Created in Canva[/featured-image]
Antibiotics kill bacteria. Aren’t we helping our children? What’s wrong with that? The trouble is, people commonly see their doctors for things such as: soar throat, cough, and upper respiratory infections. These common infections are caused by viruses, and antibiotics don’t kill viruses…..Continue reading