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Ceylon vs. Cassia — Not All Cinnamon Is Created Equal

Cinnamon is a very popular spice. Not only is it delicious, its many health benefits are also impressive. Cinnamon is cheap and widely available in most supermarkets. At least, one type is. Most people don’t realize there are actually two main types of this spice. Both of them have health benefits, but one contains a toxin that is harmful

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Udderly Confused

Rather than address this issue in this article of how utterly confused society is, I’m going to refer you to some great sources: Here are some links to alternative recipes:

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Whole Grains

According to the dictionary a grain is “a single fruit or seed of a cereal.” A Whole Grain Unrefined grains haven’t had their bran and germ removed by milling; therefore, all of the nutrients remain intact. Whole grains are better sources of fiber and other important nutrients, such as selenium, potassium and magnesium. Whole grains

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Laws of health
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Laws of health

Godly Trust – Gen. 2:17 Open Air – Genesis 1:6, 7 Daily Exercise – Gen 2:15 Sunshine – Gen 1:16 Proper Rest – Gen 2:3 Lots of Water – Gen 2:10 Always Temperate – Gen 2:16, 17 Nutrition – Gen 1:29 “Thy hands have fashioned me and made me. Give me understanding and I shall

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Low Stomach Acid

There’s nothing worse than feeling terrible after eating an amazing meal. Post-meal bloating, pain, diarrhea, constipation, a heavy feeling in your stomach, and heartburn are so common today that we think it’s normal. I’ve got news for you; it’s not normal. It’s most likely a case of low stomach acid or no stomach acid levels

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