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Marmee’s 15 Bean Soup

Another reason to  love blogging:  Two of my grown daughters called this week and asked for a recipe and I said, “I posted it on my blog!” Belinda called this morning asking for my Bean Soup recipe. So here it is. It’s my hubby’s favorite; I keep several containers on hand in the freezer. A few drops of vinegar in ... Read More »

Amazing Secrets of Coconut Oil: You May Not Know!

I use coconut oil daily. I wash my face with it, use it for deodorant, and cook with it. Then when my boys and I were sick  (Maybe strep throat) and  I looked up natural cures on the Internet, coconut oil came up.I finally opened my jar and  added it to my daily green drink. It worked! That horrible rocky ... Read More »

Eating God’s Way Facebook Group

The Eating God’s Way group is for those who want to change their eating habits to focus on healthy a plant based, whole foods plan. This is for information, fellowship, prayer and encouragement. #weightloss #Nutrition

In the last five years, I have had four heart surgeries as a direct result of the SAD (Standard American Diet). Last year, I watched my dear friend JoAnn devastated when her devoted husband died from cancer. This year my third daughter died see SAD Killed My Daughter.  I have drastically changed the way I eat. I firmly believe most health issues ... Read More »

God is Better than Google: Found a Christian Doctor

I don’t know why I’m always amazed how God answers my prayers. He always does and I’m always amazed. The Bible says we are not to receive counsel from the ungodly (Psalm 1:1)—however, most of us go to doctors without a clue of their spiritual condition. I prayed for a Christian doctor and  found Dr. Josh Axe. Dr. Josh Axe-Testimonials ... Read More »

7 Amazing Benefits of Fish Oil

Hubby and I have been taking Omega 3 fish oil tablets for years as recommended by our cardiologist. It makes perfect sense. Mankind was meant to live near the water and fish was to be a mainstay in our diets. Our American culture doesn’t have a habit of eating fish, which means that we don’t get enough omega-3 fatty acids. ... Read More »

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