Food… What You May Not Know

1} Clean These Foods
Before partaking of themFood… What You May Not Know It’s an extremely wise practice to thoroughly rinse all dried fruit (dates, figs, raisins and mulberries), grains (einkorn berries and barley kernels), lentils and nuts. To clean these foods, be sure to use the purest water possible (preferably both filtered and purified water). Click HERE for the only water that Dianne (owner/author of this website) uses for this very purpose, and here’s the particular process that she uses.
Continue reading “Food… What You May Not Know”

Mucus… Here’s The Truth About It

The Purpose Of Mucus
Mucus is something everyone has, and some people wish they had a lot less of the stringy, gooey stuff. Sure, when you have a cold or sinus infection, it can be gross to blow globs of snot into tissue after tissue, but mucus actually serves a very important purpose.
“Mucus is incredibly important for our bodies,” asserts Michael M. Johns III, MD, director of the Emory Voice Center and assistant professor of otolaryngology (head and neck surgery at Emory University). Johns exclaims, “It is the oil in the engine. Without mucus, the engine seizes.”
Continue reading “Mucus… Here’s The Truth About It”

Pain Relief & Blood Circulation

Instead of people resorting to painkillers, they certainly have the option to implement several natural ways that are easy and practical. For the people who incorporate these alternative methods in lieu of pharmaceutical drugs, it’s definitely feasible for them to dramatically decrease or totally eliminate their infrequent and mild to chronic and severe muscle/joint/bone pain. The goal for these people should be to greatly increase the circulation of their blood to the areas of irritation, and this in turn will largely diminish the degree and intensity of muscle/joint/bone pain that they are experiencing. Some healing modalities to highly consider are eating according to Scripture (Isaiah 55:2), using heat therapies and/or contrast temperature therapy, consuming ginger root for its anti-inflammatory properties (drinking ginger tisanes is wise since adequate hydration is also a crucial factor here), engaging in various activities (include stretching), massaging the body (further down this post, Dianne suggests a terrific massager), exposing your skin to the sunshine for the vitamin D it offers, performing what is called earthing, improving your posture and applying essential oils (mingled with aloe vera gel) to those painful areas of your body (refer to iLoveToLiveWell’s Pain Relief Salve further down in this post).
Continue reading “Pain Relief & Blood Circulation”

Healthy Milk… Where To Get It

Let the farm (where you’re going to get the raw milk) know you heard about them from Dianne of!
Please, be respectful to the farmers by emailing and/or calling them ahead of time, and let them know how much milk you’re planning to get and what day/time you’re planning to be at their farm. Also, let them know if you’re traveling a distance (more than 1 hour). If you make a commitment to the farmer, please do everything you can to honor your commitment.
Continue reading “Healthy Milk… Where To Get It”