Healthy Living

Update on My Website 

Hello everyone! I hope you all are having a great week. Let me take this opportunity to wish all of you a happy Valentine’s Day! Try hard not to OD on chocolate.:-) 
I’m posting today to let you know there will not be a post on Thursday. My website is still under construction at this time. Look for me next week at homesteadnutrition.com! 🙂 
For now, if you would like more information on Homestead Nutrition, or would like to make an appointment, email me at homesteadnutrition@dr.com. Have a healthy and blessed week!:-) 

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Website 

Hello everyone! I hope everyone is having a great week. In typical Mississippi form, it was 80 degrees yesterday and is 57 degrees today. You just never know around here. 🙂
I’m excited to tell you that I have a web designer working on creating my website for homestead nutrition! I’m not sure when it will be up and running, but it should be some time this weekend. The link will be homesteadnutrition.com. I’m very technically challenged, so I’ll be learning as we go. 
I hope to have several links for people to be able to purchase great natural health products. I’m hoping to reach out for more clients. I’m not sure how it will all work yet. So, after today, I’m thinking this blog will be switched to the website. I’ll let you all know when I know more.
In the meantime, for more information about Homestead Nutrition, or to make an appointment, email me at homesteadnutrition@dr.com. Have a healthy and blessed week! 🙂

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The Power of Water

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a great week. We have been experiencing Spring weather for several days. I hope winter isn’t gone, but seems that way right now. We are excited about planting the gardens and having fresh produce, but we aren’t ready for the heat.
I just want to share some quick thoughts on water. The question is asked a lot, what is the best source of water? There are varying opinions on the correct answer. I will give you mine. 
Rain water is perfectly suited to the body’s needs. Some say you should wait until it rains a couple of days to drink the water so the air will be clean. What if it doesn’t rain for a couple of days? 
Recently, we caught a half gallon of rain water to drink. We strained it and refrigerated it and we’re drinking it. It tastes much better than our well water. I really like it, but when it’s gone, we don’t have more until it rains again.
My second choice of water is either spring or well water. Sadly, because of all the pollution in our world, no source is as clean as it should be. 
Under no circumstance should we ever drink water from a city or county water plant. This water is full of harmful chemicals, drugs waste, etc. Chlorine, Fluoride, and even Arsenic is in municipal water sources. The water is recycled and contains residue of prescription drugs, as well as illegal drugs. It should be avoided at all cost.
In our town, we had a boil water alert a couple of weeks ago. It lasted several days and some restaurants even had to close. Someone told me that some of the nurses who work at the local hospital was telling them it was ok to drink the water without boiling it. They said it didn’t have enough bacteria to hurt them. I was appalled! It’s harmful enough on a good day, but you have State officials telling you it’s bad enough to need to boil and you dispute that…I guess if people drank it without boiling it would be business for the hospital. 
Around this same time there was an outbreak of stomach illness. The medical people labeled it the stomach virus. I believe it was from drinking the filthy water. The boil water alert has been lifted and I’ve not heard of anyone with the stomach virus in a few days. Amazing!
Did you know water has memory? This is why even our wells and springs aren’t as clean as they should be. Once water is imprinted with things such as prescription drugs, it never forgets and is changed forever. They tell me that you can take a glass of water and use a magnet or something to vortex the water. You can place the glas of water on a book over night and drink it the next day and it will help you remember what you read in that book. I haven’t tried this, but if I had to study for a test, you bet I would. I just need to study more about what needs to be done to the water. Water is very powerful. It’s what God gave us to drink. We should be drinking half our weight in ounces of water daily to be properly hydrated. So, go drink you some good clean water!
For more information about Homestead Nutrition, or to make an appointment, email me at homesteadnutrition@dr.com. Have a healthy and blessed week! 🙂 

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