Today's podcast comes from this blog post, Lithium as a Neuroprotectant. Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
Guest Post by Dr Mariah Mosley Acne scars? Fine lines/wrinkles? Uneven skin tone? Wanting a brighter complexion? At Nature Cure Family Health, we are now offering a cosmetic medical procedure that may be for you! Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive treatment that helps rejuvenate [...]
Today's meditation is on the story of the Centurian's servant, from Matt 8:5-13 and Luke 7:1-10. Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
We treat a lot of biotoxin illness (mold and Lyme or other tick-borne illnesses) and CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) at Nature Cure Family Health, using many of the principles first put forth by Dr Ritchie Shoemaker. There is a bit of a debate among doctors who treat biotoxin illness regarding whether [...]
Everything in the body is interconnected. We know that by now, right? Just like there’s a “gut-brain axis”, there’s also now the bile acid-gut microbiome axis as well. This is because the two are mutually reinforcing. I wrote here on how bile keeps SIBO in check, and therefore gallbladder dysfunction (or [...]
Today's podcast comes from this blog post: Spotlight On: Cinnamon. Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
Today's podcast meditation comes from the three accounts of the friends lowering the paralytic through the roof to Jesus to receive his healing: Matt 9:2-8/Mark 2:1-12/Luke 5:17-26 Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
Lithium is a trace mineral that doesn’t get a lot of attention. It’s not included in most multivitamins. There hasn’t been a great deal of research historically into its effects in the body. It’s known best not as a mineral, but as a high dose pharmaceutical for the treatment of [...]
This week's podcast comes from this article, Methylation and Neurotransmitters. Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
We’re entering the holiday season, which always makes me think of warming spices like cinnamon. The smell and flavor of cinnamon are due to an oil called cinnamaldehyde, which comprises about 90% of cinnamon’s essential oil. Cinnamaldehyde is believed to be the source of cinnamon’s spectacular array of health benefits. [...]