Healthy Days with Paul & Ann

Give Thanks, Today and Everyday

A Biblical Perspective of Thanksgiving

As we celebrate today, Thanksgiving Day with family and friends, let’s take a moment to give thanks to the One who made it all happen for you and I. This is the day that we set aside each year to be thankful.  It goes beyond the turkey, dressing and pie.  This day is a reflection of how we all came ...

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Health Benefits of Kindness

Christmas is just weeks away, and as is typical for the season, people start to feel generous.  Donations to the bell ringers with the red buckets increase, end of year donations to favorite charities will occur and you may even feel so benevolent as to put together a shoe box for an international missionary. While, these are all quite attractive, ...

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Medical Curiosity: Where Has It Gone?

Commentary by Ralph Campbell, MD What happened to curiosity as it pertains to searching for causes of poor health? Maybe it’s payback. Lack of curiosity leads to the next step: complacency. Some doctors and patients have retained their curiosity, but many more have not. Over the last several decades, there has been a cultural shift in attitudes about healthful living ...

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Are You Eating Too Much Fruit?

Are You Eating Too Much Fruit?

Imagine starting your day off with a large bowl of fresh pineapple and strawberries.  Later in the morning grab a fruit smoothie with lots of berries and frozen bananas.  For lunch enjoy a melon salad and in the afternoon, treat yourself to some delicious crisp apples.  In the evening, ripe papaya and fresh coconut sound yummy and before bed a ...

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Is Breakfast The Most Important Meal of the Day?

What Happens When You Skip Breakfast?

For many years the fast food industry, large food companies and even dieticians have been touting the value of a hearty breakfast to “break the fast” of the night and provide the body a sustainable source of energy. Study after study appears to demonstrate the value of breakfast. But, as with many other nutritional pieces of advice, the belief in ...

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Type 2 Diabetes is Reversible

Type 2 Diabetes is Reversable

For over 25 years, people have had incredible success with well over 100 health conditions by following the principles outlined in the Hallelujah Diet.  One of the issues that has responded exceptionally well with the Hallelujah Diet has been Type 2 Diabetes.  The testimonies have been astounding and the quick results have demonstrated just how impressive great nutrition, fewer empty ...

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Science Has Finally Caught Up With The Hallelujah Diet

A Spoonful of Healthy Oil Makes The Nutrients Absorbed

The song says a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, but an Iowa State University scientist has published new research suggesting a spoonful of oil makes vegetables more nutritious. A new study led by Wendy White, an associate professor of food science and human nutrition, shows that eating salad with added fat promotes the absorption of eight different ...

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Circadian Rhythm – A Prized Idea

For many years people have tossed out the phrase “circadian rhythm’ with little regard for it’s true significance to life. This week that little phrase has received enormous attention when three scientists from the United States were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering genes that regulate the body clock. What is a circadian rhythm? A circadian rhythm is a roughly ...

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The Results of A Toxic World Are Becoming Apparent

Is There Anything More Important to Discuss Than Our Children?

Last week an autopsy result of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez revealed that he had CTE.  It is a degenerative brain condition known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy. CTE has been linked to repeated blows to the head — the 2015 movie Concussion chronicled the discovery of CTE’s connection to football. This comes on the heels of the largest study ever of ...

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Another Bogus Study?

Read All Studies Very Carefully!

In a world where information abounds by the moment and you can find a study to prove nearly anything you want to stand behind, how then, can a person make informed decisions and maintain a healthy lifestyle?  Is all animal protein bad? Even if it is from clean, grass-fed or free-range animals? Does a primarily raw, vegan diet really starve ...

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