Join us for the grand opening of our healthy living boutique:
Friday, September 26!
Very soon we will be opening a nutrition and healthy living boutique. Preparations are already underway on the corner of 16th and Harvard in Tulsa. Watch for a grand opening announcement within the next few weeks. Our joy is to encourage people on their journey to health, to come alongside with hope to sustain the weary and inspiration for daily healthy living. The acronym “NATURE’S OWN”, which stands for “Nutrition, Attitude, Toxin removal, Undo the wrong, Rest and sleep, Exercise, Sunshine, Oxygen, Water, and again an emphasis on Nutrition”, helps shape our everyday approach to healthy living from a biblical perspective.
“Day by day these things I pray: to see you more clearly, love you more dearly, follow you more nearly. Day by day. . .day by day. . .”
Yet so many people have Bibles that are literally gathering dust on their coffee table or book shelf. I have the urge to write “Read Me!” in the dust when I see that.
The Bible is God’s holy Word. It’s not only a love story from God to man, but a revelation of his perfect plan and a practical guide for everyday concerns. Approach it with reverence and be in the Word daily.
How many Bibles are in your home? Have you read one of them? What if God were to one day say to you, “Was the eighty years I gave you not long enough for you to read my book?”
I’ve just discovered another great way to encourage people on their journey to health and come alongside with hope to sustain the weary! Check out my new Pinterest boards here: Morning By Morning on Pinterest
I’m still learning Pinterest, but already have more than a dozen boards with pins related to lots of interesting topics. What fun and so convenient for collecting ideas on topics dear to me such as nutrition quotes, healthy eating, words of hope, Easter ideas, words of inspiration, gluten free, gardening, and nutritional supplements.
To go exploring some of my favorite things, quotes that inspire me, or recipes I already love making or plan to try some day, just click on one of the boards and have a look around. I’m sure to keep pinning as I discover more items of interest in the pinterest world and also pin many of my own. Feel free to follow a board or repin any pin that you like. I’d love to hear from you. Enjoy!
Water is one of the things your body needs most to get healthy and stay healthy. Watch for signs that you need water. Thirst is the first sign, but as you age you may not feel thirst, so getting enough water is very important for older people. Additional symptoms of dehydration may include dry mouth, headache, and fatigue. Your body gets warmer, your breathing gets faster and your pulse rate goes up. Without enough water, you don’t have enough blood volume, so you feel tired, you’re not hungry, and you may feel nauseous. Your thinking becomes confused or fuzzy. You may not be able to think straight. You may feel dizzy and weak as your need for water becomes more severe. Every cell in your body needs water to do its work.
“As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God.” Psalms 42:1.
“To him who is thirsty I will give to drink without cost from the spring of the water of life.” Revelation 21:6
Do you sleep like a baby? The sleep of an innocent baby is blissful and serene. While we may be physically exhausted, mentally fatigued, and emotionally drained because of our diet, level of health, lifestyle, and relationships, the bodies of little babies are not toxic, their minds are not stressed out, and they are not on an emotional roller coaster. We could all take a lesson from the innocent babe. To sleep, to sleep, perchance to dream. . . For information on restful sleep, see my book “Morning By Morning Pathway to Health” available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, Crossbooks.com, my website MorningByMorning.com and other booksellers.
Celebrate National Nutrition Month® in March by exploring new ways to enjoy the taste of eating right. It never tasted so good! Check out our healthy recipes to please your taste buds at www.eatright.org/nnm
Mealtime can be a joyful experience for your whole family when eating right meets tasting good and leads to improved health and well-being.
Stay tuned throughout the month for recipes, tips, helpful hints, games & quizzes.