Becoming Physically Fit Can Be Humorous (By Ellen Fannon)

Many people are wondering how to re-establish a workout routine after fitness centers that were closed for the Covid-19 pandemic are opening back up. Besides the added precautions of wearing masks, wiping down the equipment, and maintaining social distance, we must be careful about jumping back into physical activity after a prolonged break in our … Read more

Tips for Holiday Gift-Giving

How does it feel when you receive the perfect gift? It feels even better when you’re able to give that special gift to someone else. Yes, giving is powerful! Research found that when you give to others your stress level lowers, and your mood improves. Studies showed that people are happier when they spent money … Read more

Top Ten Cancer-Fighting Foods (by Ginny Dent Brant)

We are what we eat. We have a choice. We can eat a diet rich in nutrients that prevent cancer and disease, or we can gorge on foods that promote cancer and disease. It may surprise you that the top ten cancer-fighting foods all come from plants—the foods God created for us to eat.   … Read more

Two Steps to Diminish Disease (by Lisa Kafer)

Six out of ten people suffer from one or more chronic diseases in the United States (U.S.). Therefore, we spend more money per person on disease management than any other country in the world. This has led to American’s consuming over 50 percent of the world’s pharmaceutical drugs. Yet, we only have 5 percent of … Read more

7 Steps for Balancing Hormones Naturally (by Renee Norris)

The symptoms of hormone imbalance in women are infinitely long and varied. Mood swings, fatigue, night sweats, insomnia, hot flashes, brain fog, skin problems, and weight gain do not even cover the tip of the iceberg with the symptoms of hormonal imbalance. If you are suffering through perimenopause, menopause, or post-menopause with a plethora of … Read more