Healthy Days with Paul & Ann

Microgreens vs. Sprouts

Garnishes have changed a lot over the years.  From a sprig of parsley on your plate to a handful of alfalfa sprouts on your veggie burger.  Move over ketchup and mustard, here come sunflower microgreens. Sprouts have been around for many years.  They have had some excellent press because of their tiny stature, ease of growing and of course, their ...

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For Dads with a Sweet-Tooth

By Melody Hord, Guest Writer Some of my fondest childhood memories revolve around delicious sweet treats. Most of the time when my dad arrived home from work in the evening, I would ask him, “What did you bring me, Daddy?” Many times he had brought me something delectably sweet, like a Milky Way or Three Musketeers Bar. Gooey, nuggety, doughy, ...

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Vitamin C and Sepsis

The genie is now out of the bottle Commentary by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD (OMNS, May 24, 2017) The enormous effectiveness of vitamin C in helping to resolve any of a wide variety of infections comes as no surprise to anyone who has made at least a minimal effort to study the large body of peer-reviewed literature addressing this ...

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Easy Ways to Add Oxygen to Your Blood

Recently, I saw an ad for some expensive product that said it would promote more oxygen in the blood by taking just a few drops.  I thought, “Hmm, that sounds like it might just be helpful and add another segment to my already healthy regimen.”  But, something made me dig a little deeper into finding out just how hard it ...

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What Causes Cravings?

Food cravings are bizarre little phenomena. It’s commonly assumed that food cravings are due to nutrient deficiencies, but sometimes the cravings are due to life situations more than a deficiency. For example, research shows that pregnancy, menstruation, stress, and depression can alter your body’s levels of endogenous opioid peptides (EOP). EOP are the ‘feel good’ substances your body releases during ...

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Confidently Prepared!

Guest Blog by Melody Hord My mother has a trait that has served our family well! She is “Always Prepared.” Being prepared means you are ready at a moment’s notice. I have to hand it to Mom, she is very prepared when it comes to eating. Growing up, even though mom worked full time, she did her best to serve ...

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Natural Sources of Glutathione

Have you ever taken or experienced any of the following? Prescription drugs Radiation-based diagnostic or therapy measures Immunization shots Antibiotics Over the counter drugs Still have, or had, silver-mercury amalgam fillings in your mouth Been exposed to house, farm or commercial use herbicides, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, or cleaning fluids Used non-organic cosmetics, shampoos, lotions, sunscreens, or toothpastes (the ones with ...

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Metabolic Syndrome

Do you remember when “hypertension” was the silent killer of the 70’s? Well, there is one now that has been identified for less than 20 years but is now as common as hemorrhoids and pimples. You may have heard it called the frightening name of syndrome X, or what is now more commonly referred to as Metabolic Syndrome. Metabolic syndrome ...

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Eat Your Way Out of Toxic EMF’s

Eat Your Way Out of Toxic EMF’s

When you think of electromagnetic radiation, you probably think of nuclear weapons, X-rays, power lines, CT Scans and flying on airplanes.  While all of those are indeed sources of electromagnetic radiation, and definitely have a negative impact on your health, they may not be the daily exposure culprits that bring your vibrant health to an end. How much time do ...

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