THE GREAT AWAKENING: Alternative News, Health and other interesting readings for those who want to wake up. If you want to change the world, be the Change. "I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination". Jimmy Dean
For the protection of the innocent and the reestablishing freedom & righteousness on a firm footing, we the people must take responsibility for our governance. From the foundation and creation of all time and space, the creator has provided ways to establishing peace and righteousness. We have forgotten the way to blessedness. We must drive the criminals and predators of society who are robbing the people of peace and life, liberty, and our pursuit of a healthy and prosperous life into the jungles and into the prisons with swords of justice and truth.
Mel and our friend Dr. Sherwood who is the founder of the Functional Medical Institute get together to discuss various ways to improve your health. Your Health is your most important asset and we must all protect it to have long, healthy and happy life’s. Dr. Sherwood will be joining us regularly to help our listeners better understand the many easy tools available to all of us to look and feel better and to combat dis-ease.
Over the past 3 months, wildfires raged across the western regions of the United States, destroying land and compromising air quality. I live in Colorado, and we noticed a huge difference in the air and sky when walking out our front door. It wasn’t the fresh mountain air we’re used to.
(NaturalHealth365) Over and over again, studies show that diet and lifestyle choices are instrumental in creating the ideal foundation for a healthy life. So, today, we want to feature the amazing health benefits of eating turnip greens.
As you know: chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes andheart diseasecan all be offset and even prevented with consistently healthy lifestyle choices.
(NaturalHealth365) We’re all aware of the importance of regular exercise and physical activity for a healthy life. Now acollaborative studyout of Shandong University in China, the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and the University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston has found the benefits of higher intensity activity for short periods include a profound impact on reducing mortality.