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How Negative Emotions Can Affect Your Health

Ephesians 4:25-27 25Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to your neighbor, for we are all members of one body. 26“In your anger do not sin”: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, 27and do not give the devil a foothold.  The Saint…. Story at-a-glance – Every feeling you have affects…

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Exotic Ginseng – Manage Stress

“This ‘Exotic’ Ginseng Works Tirelessly to Help Your Body Manage Stress – Even Harder Than Its American or Siberian Cousins” Everyday stresses and strains can sometimes make you feel like you’re running an endless marathon. And perhaps even make you appear older than you truly are… Isn’t it time you offered your body and brain a balancing, helping hand with…

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11 Things That Will Happen When You’re Ready To Give Up A Bad Habit!

There are two types of passion: obsessive and harmonious.   Obsessive passion happens when an individual feels controlled or pressured to do something. When obsessively passionate, your self-image is tied to the activity. This activity is done in unhealthy ways and creates conflict in the other areas of your life. Harmonious passion is an activity that you do not feel…

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What If We Didn’t… advertise food to children?

Subscribe I By Kate Bratskeir | April 24, 2018  Ba-da-ba-ba-bah, I’m lovin’ it. Can you think back to the first time you heard this little ditty? The McDonald’s jingle debuted in 2003, crooned by newly solo artist Justin Timberlake. As McDonald’s longest running ad campaign, you may have first heard it as a kid but still remember it 15 years later. If so, the commercial…

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5 foods to clear your arteries

Asparagus Avocado Broccoli Chia seeds Coffee 2 cups must be organic..not freeze dried or instant…coffee is a liquid that stimulates your heart also so decaf is better.the All have to be organic or free of pesticides and gmo. The Saint…

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Pears, With an Extra Helping of Pesticides, Remain on the Dirty Dozen™

Pesticides on conventionally grown pears have increased dramatically in recent years, according to the latest tests by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The sharp rise vaulted the fruit onto EWG’s 2016 Dirty Dozen™ list of fruits and vegetables most contaminated with pesticide residues. This year pears rank eighth on the list. In 2016, the most recent year for which data…

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A blockbuster deal between Bayer and Monsanto appears to be moving ahead.

On Monday, the US Department of Justice approved the German pharmaceutical and chemical group’s bid to buy the US seed giant for more than $60 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported. Bayer agreed to sell off additional assets to alleviate anti-trust concerns. The two companies first announced the potential deal in September 2016, saying the move would boost agriculture research and innovation….

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Fake pot likely tainted with rat poison kills 3, sickens 100.

In a report released Tuesday, April 10, 2018, fake marijuana likely contaminated with rat poison has killed three people in Illinois and sickened… Fake marijuana likely contaminated with rat poison has killed three people in Illinois and caused severe bleeding in more than 100 others, including a few in four other states. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

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USDA allows carrageenan in organic foods!

DAN CHARLES   Carrageenan is an extract derived from seaweeds like these harvested off Hingutanan Island, Bien Unido, Bohol, Philippines. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has decided that organic food companies can keep using an emulsifier called carrageenan in foods like ice cream and high-protein drinks, despite a vote by an influential organic advisory committee to ban the ingredient. Carrageenan is extracted…

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Extra pounds means cancer risk.

You probably know that excess weight increases your risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. But did you know that it also increases your cancer risk? “The evidence is extremely clear that excess weight increases the risk of cancer,” says Walter Willett, professor of epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. “I would give it a 99…

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