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Denise Ferrell

Denise Ferrell
Denise is a Registered Nurse, married, and has lived in Alabama all of her life. She has been a Christian for more than 40 years and has studied Prophecy for over 25 years. She writes devotionals for Faithwriters (www.faithwriters.com). She also writes for TGGmag ('Tween Girls and God online magazine for girls age 9-12). She desires to share Christ with others through her writing and is looking forward to the soon return of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Fungus and Mycotoxins – The Link to Our Health

Terms such as nail fungus, athlete’s foot, Candida, and yeast infections are familiar for most of us. According to the CDC, however, there are approximately 1.5 million species of fungi on Earth. Pathogenic (disease-causing) fungi number around 300. Some of the more common ones are listed here. Fungi produce a ...

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Fighting Depression Naturally

Along with the excitement of the holidays, depression can often sneak in. These episodes may range from mild melancholy to suicidal tendencies. There are wonderful Christian counselors, psychiatrists, and prescription medications that can be used in treating this debilitating condition. If you are experiencing depression or receiving treatment from a ...

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Tea Time: Green Tea and Its Benefits

Originating in China, green tea offers many health benefits. It has been used in Japan and China for several thousand years. The popularity of green tea has increased in the West, however, due to its healthy components. What Can It Do? (1) Improved Brain Function – Theanine (an amino acid) ...

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What’s the Problem with Sugar?

We hear a lot about the negative effects of sugar these days. Most people enjoy the warmth and sweetness of a berry cobbler, a cinnamon roll, or a slice of chocolate cake. These items usually contain white sugar (sucrose) and milk or buttermilk (lactose). Adding berries, dates, or raisins to ...

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‘Tis the Season – Preparing Your Immune System for Winter

As cooler weather approaches, more time is spent indoors in closer proximity to coughs and sniffling noses. Upcoming holidays bring extra handshakes and hugs. Heaters can dry out our sinuses as well as lead to an environment conducive to spreading germs. Improve your chances of staying well with these tips: ...

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