Today's podcast is a meditation on Psalm 37. God is still on the throne! Background music courtesy of bensound.com Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
Image by skeeze from Pixabay We treat quite a bit of biotoxin illness in our practice, including mold, Lyme Disease, and other tick-borne illnesses. One of the tests we run very often is TGFb1. This tends to be high in many biotoxin illness patients (though we usually also run complement c3a and c4a, [...]
Guest post by Kristen Wells; Image Credit: Unsplash Having a strong sweet tooth is not a good thing. Our previous post on Sugar Addiction and What It Does to You explains the reasons too much sugar is bad for you, and number 1 is: It is the real culprit behind serious cardiovascular conditions, like heart [...]
Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach. She has helped thousands of women permanently lose weight, eliminate the need for medication, lose stubborn belly fat, and reverse chronic illness. Esther teaches her clients to cultivate a warrior mindset when it comes to healing their relationship with food [...]
Today's podcast comes from this blog post, Melatonin for Pain. Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
Today's meditation is on Jesus cursing the fig tree, but the retelling covers Matthew 21:1-22, Mark 11:1-24, Luke 19:28-47, and John 12:1-19. Introduction The context of this event is very important: Jesus has just ridden into Jerusalem for the last time on the first Palm Sunday. The people have [...]
Guest Post by Dr Laura Villa; Image by moho01 from Pixabay Is it as good as everyone says it is? It is common belief that oral health serves as a gateway to general health. The oral cavity contains some of the most varied and vast flora in the entire human body. The oral [...]
Today's podcast comes from this blog post, The Redox (Oxidation/Reduction) pathways Download the latest episode of Christian Natural Health!
Image by klimkin from Pixabay I wrote here on Hydrogen Sulfide SIBO, a third kind of SIBO that I am finding in many of my patients. Since molybdenum is a cofactor for the sulfite oxidase enzyme that requires support, it is usually included in the protocol. However, I’ve found that a small handful [...]
Today's podcast is a meditation/retelling of the first Passover, and Moses parting the Red Sea found in Exodus 11-14. Here's the transcript: It was evening. The people of Israel had just finished the meal as prescribed by the Lord, of roasted lamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs. I knew the [...]