3 Tips to Help you Stay Healthy

3 Tips to Help you Stay Healthy

Toxin Busters to Keep You Well

I just returned from a visit to the Northwest. It was cold the day we arrived in Seattle . . . a shock to our Arizona blood. When I got home, I didn’t feel my best. Flying is hard on the body for sure. It’s time for the toxin busters.

Following are some things we can all do to stay healthy this fall:

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Miracles Do Happen

Miracles Do Happen

Do You Need a Miracle?

In keeping with the theme of Hope and Healing Monday, I want to talk about miracles today.

I just watched the movie Breakthrough. It’s the true story of John Smith who fell through the ice January 19, 2015, on Lake St. Louis in St. Charles, Missouri and was underwater for 15 minutes. At the hospital, there were no vital signs. Forty-five minutes into CPR, he showed no response. It wasn’t until his mother came into the room and began to pray. Suddenly, there was a sign of life.  He was airlifted to where they could treat him. The doctors said that there was a one percent chance that he would make it overnight. If he did that he would be a vegetable for the rest of his life. But he was completely healed. Though it took a village to save John, only a miracle could give him back his life. Sixteen days later he walked out of the hospital.

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How Healthy is Your Colon?

How Healthy is Your Colon?

Is It Time For a Colon Cleanse?

If you have some of these symptoms, it may be time to cleanse your colon.
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Body, Soul and Spirit

Body, Soul and Spirit


Do You Want to Be Healed?

People often ask me what juice or remedy they should take for various conditions. Though certain juices are helpful and certain remedies can make a big difference, it is rarely just one thing that brings healing. We are a triune being and it is when we address body, soul, and spirit that we have the best opportunity to realize healing in our body, soul and spirit.

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Fall Detox Rejuvenation

Fall Detox Rejuvenation

Prevent Illness Throughout the Fall and Winter

It’s interesting to observe how the weather is changing—cooler nights and mornings with sunny days. I love this time of year. Even here in Scottsdale, the evenings and mornings are cooler. Our pool is much cooler too. It was a bit of a shock when I jumped in today. But as the weather changes, and different plants and trees bloom, our bodies are a bit more susceptible to getting sick.  Would you like to prevent illness all through the fall and winter, as in no colds or flu? Cleanse your body.

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PEMF Device Improves Microcirculation

PEMF Device Improves Microcirculation


PEMF Relieves Pain and Heals 

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) originated from NASA’s research which involved pulsed electromagnetic fields on astronauts for fatigue, depression, bone loss and other symptoms following even short trips to outer space. Scientists discovered that the cause of their symptoms was due to astronauts being without this beneficial natural field emanating from our earth.

Electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) are invisible areas of energy, often referred to as radiation, that are associated with the use of electrical power and various forms of natural and man-made lighting. EMFs are typically characterized by wavelength or frequency into one of two radioactive categories:

  • Non-ionizing: low-level radiation which is generally perceived as harmless to humans
  • Ionizing: high-level radiation which has the potential for cellular and DNA damage
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Food for Your Thyroid

Food for Your Thyroid

Don’t Let These Symptoms Go Unaddressed.

According to the United States National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health, an estimated 27 million Americans suffer from thyroid disease and 13 million people go undiagnosed.  Besides stress, the following are the most common causes of thyroid problems:

  1. Deficiencies of iodine and selenium.
  2. Food sensitivities to gluten and A1 Casein (dairy) allergy
  3. Toxins—especially heavy metals and radiation exposure
  4. Hormone imbalances—cortisol too high from stress, too many carbs, not enough fat in the diet
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