Greetings of good health and peace! The following articles and information are personally gleaned from over 40 years in the field of natural health.It is not intended as a substitute for professional medical prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with your physician, pharmacist, or health care provider before taking any home remedies or supplements or following any treatment suggested  on this site. Only your health care provider, personal physician, or pharmacist can provide you with advice on what is safe and effective for your unique needs or diagnose your particular medical history.


You are your primary health care provider. It is important to assume more responsibility for one’s own health. Learn about your body. Discover nature, the flowers, herbs and plants. You have a unique/special relationship with Creation. One plant might be tasty for you and bitter for another. Nature reveals itself uniquely to each of use. Discover. Explore. You are a part of Creation. Today is the day God has made. Let us be glad and rejoice therein.


Educate yourself in massage and relaxation techniques, swim, dance, run, jog, walk, row, hop, step, climb, swing, mime, tai chi, yoga, feel fine, body/mind connections, stress reduction, dynamic tension, work up a sweat and relaxation. Eat, sleep and be merry.


“Choose life that thou mayest live.”




Most of our body is composed of water – so drink copiously of the life source. Eat fresh fruit and vegetables -the less processed the better. Educate yourself on nutrition. Exercise. Have Fun!..jump rope..dance,,dance..dance..it’s all a dance..running dance..jogging dance..yoga dance..bicycle dance..etc..(you get the idea!!)


The emphasis is on prevention and maintenance rather than cure. You are responsible for your well being, both physical and emotional.


Do the best you can for your physical body – it is only a vessel for the spirit.


Proper diet, proper thoughts, right livelihood and action, show compassion, share, and enjoy. Life is celebration.


Diet For A Good Life


There is no one diet for every human as each being is unique. But, in general:


Plenty of fluids, waters and juices


Fresh fruits and vegetables -the less processed the better


Eat in moderation. Moderation in all the appetites. Most of our disease is from over-eating.

The older we are, the less food we require.


Stop eating before you are sated


mostly vegetarian..organic, local, fish and meat in moderation..remember: every human is unique..and what works for one..does not always work for another..


Enjoy your meal and give thanks


“If the only prayer we ever uttered was thank you, that would be sufficient.”


Slow (not fast!) once a week. Mostly water, juices, fresh salad, fruits.

Spring cleaning once a year. A cleansing diet for 7 days.

Eat, drink and be merry!




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