Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord and shun evil. This will bring health to your body and nourishment for your bones. ~Proverbs 3:7-8
It seems the older I get (too quickly, I might add), the more supplements I've introduced to my body. Although some have truly made a difference for the better, there are some with which I part ways. Their promises for more energy and better health ring empty.
I've also ditched my daily tumeric I have been taking for joint pain, especially in my wrists. Too much time on the keyboard? Probably. Instead, I've opted for this:
Danny researches this product thoroughly, and in only two weeks of taking it, I can feel a measurable improvement in pain-free mobility. It's a win-win for me since it also helps with hair growth and skin health. I'm already takin Nutrafol, recommended by my dermatologist, for battling thinning hair. Who would ever think that the product, so widely advertised, would actually do the trick?
I highly recommend it to any of you who are struggling with hair loss. However, keep in mind that is by no means inexpensive.
But in my book, Nutrafol has been a worthwhile investment for me.
Yes, good health and nutrition are the bulwarks for living our best physically, but what about spiritually? How can we boost the quality of time we spend with God each day?
In His Word. In prayer. In quiet contemplation. In listening for and to His still, small voice. Not just daily, but moment by moment.
And as we do, we come to realize that all our surroundings speak to the sacredness of life and living well.
(I will be reviewing Sacred Surrounding by my good friend, Jean Wise, soon!)
God is with us, for us, in us. At all times and in all places, no matter what circumstances we face or what troubles may come.
No matter how much our joints might ache or how disheveled our hair looks, God loves us just the same.
Every one of us.