Posted by: godswaytohealth | August 29, 2014



Many health researchers now understand that our skin is a reflection of our internal health. A body that is fed nutritious whole foods, for instance, is more likely to enjoy clear and radiant skin, while a body that is fed processed foods is more likely to suffer from greasy and affliction-prone skin. Therefore, a change in diet should always be the priority among people seeking to improve their skin’s long-term health.

That said, nature has provided us with a number of foods which, if applied topically, can improve the general appearance of our skin in a natural and gentle manner. This article contains three of the best of these foods, complete with information on how to apply them for best results.


There are several reasons why honey is found in so many facial masks, moisturizing creams and other cosmetic products. Firstly, it contains significant antibacterial properties, meaning it can help treat a large number of skin conditions ranging from eczema to acne. Secondly, it is rich in antioxidants, which lend it impressive anti-aging benefits. Lastly, its natural soothing and moisturizing qualities can greatly improve our complexion.

honey and lemon

The easiest way to use honey for skin-boosting purposes is to simply make a mask out of it. To do so, apply a thin layer of honey (raw, unprocessed honey is best) to slightly damp skin using circular motions. Allow the honey to sit for at least 15 minutes (this will give its many nutrients time to nourish and rejuvenate the pores), then rinse it off with warm water. Try mixing the honey with a little dash of lemon juice — a natural astringent rich in collagen-stimulating vitamin C — for even better results.

Coconut oil

Due to its large concentrations of medium-chain triglycerides (fatty acids that penetrate and unclog the pores of the skin), as well as its proven antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal properties, coconut oil is another great choice for improving skin health. It is even a time-honored home remedy for treating stretch marks, which are one of the most stubborn skin conditions to remove.

coconut oil and turmeric

To create a mask out of coconut oil (raw coconut oil made from organic, cold-pressed and extra virgin coconuts is best), simply add a layer of it onto the skin using circular motions. Like honey, coconut oil should ideally remain on the skin for at least 15 minutes. This will allows its main skin-boosting compounds, such as the bacteria-fighting lauric acid, to absorb into the pores and do their work. After 15 minutes, remove the oil with warm water. If you’re feeling adventurous, consider adding some turmeric powder to the coconut oil. Aside from being a powerful antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, turmeric can also lighten dull skin and even out discolorations.


Though it might not be as pleasant to apply topically as honey or coconut oil, oatmeal really can do wonders for the skin. After all, it is a natural cleanser, exfoliator and moisturizer, and its skin-soothing abilities (attributed to its large concentrations of beta-glucans) were known as early as 2000 BC. Some people even bathe in colloidal oatmeal — a finely-ground oatmeal suspended in water — on a regular basis to ensure their skin remains soft and radiant.


To make a mask out of oatmeal (organic, steel-cut oats are best), cook it and apply it to the skin once it is lukewarm. Allow it to stand for at least 15 minutes, then wash it off with warm water. Oatmeal mixes well with both honey and coconut oil, so don’t be afraid to experiment until you find a skin mask that is best-suited to your needs.

SOURCE   – Thank you Michael Ravensthorpe


Posted by: godswaytohealth | August 23, 2014


Did you know that insect repellants contain some very dangerous chemicals? DEET is one of them.  

DEET is a registered pesticide. DEET is short for N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide (also known as N,N-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide). It is a member of the toluene chemical family. Toluene is an organic solvent used in rubber and plastic cements and paint removers. DEET is absorbed through the skin and passes into the blood. The Medical Sciences Bulletin, published by Pharmaceutical Information Associates Ltd. reports, “Up to 56% of DEET applied topically penetrates intact human skin and 17% is absorbed into the bloodstream.” Blood concentrations of about 3 mg per liter have been reported several hours after DEET repellent was applied to skin in the prescribed fashion. 

This is quite alarming and products containing DEET are now required to carry labels which specify:

-Do not apply over cuts, wounds, or irritated skin.
-Do not apply to hands or near eyes and mouth of young children.
-Do not allow young children to apply this product.
-After returning indoors, wash treated skin with soap and water.
-Do not use under clothing.
-Do not spray in enclosed areas.

Experts recommend that if using DEET, its best to wear long sleeves and long pants, when possible, and apply repellent to clothing rather than skin to reduce exposure. They state DEET based products should only be applied sparingly; saturation does not increase efficiency. DEET repellents should not be inhaled. Repellent-treated clothes should be washed, or kept outside living areas to reduce exposure. Following all these precautions reduces risk, but does not eliminate it.

Instead of worrying about what your will put on your skin why not make your own and it will be very inexpensive especially if you have many family members that enjoy the outdoors.


Take an eight-ounce spray bottle and fill it halfway with distilled water.

Then fill the rest with witch hazel.

Leave room to add in 20 drops of each of these essential oils:Essential oils

  • Eucalyptus oil
  • Geranium oil
  • Catnip oil
  • Citronella oil and
  • Thyme Oil

 Shake well and spray.


Once you’ve been bitten, the objective changes from repelling to treating the itch and inflammation caused by the bite. Fortunately, a variety of herbs and other natural agents are soothing to the skin, and many have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. So, for your occasional mosquito bites, try some of the following:

Aloe Vera: Contains more than 130 active compounds and 34 amino acids that are beneficial to your skin Calendula: An herb with soothing, moisturizing, and rejuvenating properties Chamomile: The most soothing herb of all, whether used in a tea or applied to the skin; rich in the bioflavonoids apigenin, luteolin, and quercetin
Cinnamon: In addition to possibly repelling mosquitoes, cinnamon has antibacterial and antifungal properties Cucumbers: Helpful for reducing swelling Raw organic honey: An especially powerful variety is Manuka honey from New Zealand, made from bees that feed on flowers of the Manuka bush, also known as the “Tea Tree”
Lavender: One of the most popular essential oils for its calming scent, lavender is soothing and antimicrobial Neem oil: Effective against fungal conditions, boils, eczema, and ringworm, and it would undoubtedly help an insect bite as well Tea Tree oil: Helpful for healing cuts, burns, infections, and a multitude of other skin afflictions; also a good antimicrobial and antifungal
Basil: Contains camphor and thymol, two compounds that can relieve itching; crush up some fresh herb and apply directly to the bite, or buy the essential oil Lemon and lime: Both have anti-itch, antibacterial, and antimicrobial actions; avoid applying citrus juices to your skin when outdoors, however, as blistering can occur when exposed to sunlight Peppermint: The cooling sensation can block other sensations, such as itching, and provide temporary relief; either crushed fresh leaves or the essential oil will do
Jewelweed: A wildflower that grows throughout in the Eastern US, helpful for reducing itching from many types of skin ailments, including poison oak and ivy Tea bags: Swiping a cooled tea bag over your bites can help, as the tannins in the tea act as an astringent, to reduce swelling Apple cider vinegar: Add two to three cups to your bath and soak for 30 minutes; the acidity helps relieve itching
Baking soda: Dissolve in your bath and soak for 30 minutes Witch hazel: Make a paste out of witch hazel and baking soda, and apply directly to your bite to reduce swelling


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Posted by: godswaytohealth | August 21, 2014


This is an excellent article on eye care by Dr. Marc Grossman, LAc.

The different parts of your eye have special needs. Although, many antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids are needed for good vision, different parts of the eye especially need specific nutrients. A healthy diet can provide most of these nutrients.

Take a look at this fantastic visual information.


Thank you Dr. Grossman for sharing this information with those who are interested in taking better care of their eyes.




Posted by: godswaytohealth | August 1, 2014


Activated Charcoal GWTH

Activated charcoal is a carbon based substance that has been used for health and healing purposes for over 3000 years.  Activated carbon is a form of charcoal that is extremely porous and able to attract and strongly bind many harmful substances in various aqueous based environments. Charcoal is most often made from burning wood or coconut husk in very high heat without the presence of oxygen.  This `activated` process creates millions of little pores within the charcoal material. These pores take in and hold large amounts of liquid and toxic debris.

Charcoal’s Remarkable Absorbency:

Activated charcoal is said to adsorb foreign materials rather than absorb them.  

Activated charcoal absorbtion

Sponges absorb liquids but do not bind them and therefore they can be squeezed right out.  On the flip side, substances like charcoal that adsorb actually bind the toxins so they cannot escape.  When toxins and other impurities interact with charcoal they are bound tightly at a molecular level and cannot escape.

Activated Charcoal Reduces the Toxic Load:

chemicals) that are commonly found in pesticides, herbicides, plastics, and other industry and environmental pollutants. Additionally, charcoal has been shown to be effective at binding to chlorine, viruses, bacteria, and their metabolic byproducts and toxic excretions.  

Stop the poison

It is estimated that daily use of activated charcoal reduces the toxic load in the human body by over 60%. The activated carbon itself is not reabsorbed in the gut but is eliminated in the feces.

Activated charcoal is very mild on the colon and does not interfere with the natural mucus lining of the intestines.  It is wonderful for cleansing the intestines. It is great at binding to toxic gases, Candida, parasites and other physical impurities and renders them harmless. Bloating, flatulence and constipation are relieved.  Charcoal supplementation is best when bound with fibers such as psyllium powder or celery seed powder and good levels of hydration.


Here are several incredible things activated charcoal can do for you…

 Bites and Activiated Charcoal

Cuts and Wounds: Activated charcoal, when applied topically to a wound, has been shown to neutralize many types of pathogens which can directly or indirectly promote infection.

Internal Poisoning: In instances of ingestion of drugs, poison or household chemicals, activated charcoal works well to draw out harmful toxins preventing them from entering the bloodstream. Add one teaspoon of activated charcoal to a glass of water and drink the full glass.

IMPORTANT: You must seek medical advice should you ingest any dangerous substances. 


Spider and Snake Bites: An activated charcoal poultice can be applied topically to spider bites (including Brown Recluse and Black Widow bites) and snake bites to draw out toxins – usually within an hour.

 Whiter teeth

Teeth Whitening: Add activated charcoal onto your toothbrush and brush. It will whiten your smile fast. 

Gas: Activated charcoal, when taken internally, can help to reduce the amount of gas produced by some foods. 

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Odor Control: Activated charcoal is an extremely effective odor eliminator as it adsorbs and traps bad odors. 


1. Never take activated charcoal at the same time of day as other supplements.  Give yourself at least 2 hrs between use.

2. Because activated charcoal will bind to certain medications please advise your doctor before using this if you are taking medications.

3. Be sure to drink at least half your body weight in ounces of water while using activated charcoal.

4. Activated charcoal should be combined with a good fiber source such as psyllium powder or celery seed powder that will effectively push the charcoal through the intestines and out in the feces.

5. Take before bed & 3-4 hours after eating dinner

 activated-charcoal powder



Posted by: godswaytohealth | July 10, 2014

Herbs that Lead to Weight Loss

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Individuals who carry an excess amount of weight on their frames can face a number of health problems. Being overweight has been linked to an increase in blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. In addition, being overweight makes it more difficult for people to move and exercise and these effects often domino. Being sedentary can lead to a greater weight gain as well as an increase in the above health conditions.

Making lifestyle changes, such as eating more healthy foods and exercising on a regular basis, is a great way to get started losing weight. Sometimes the progress can seem a bit slower than the individual would like it to be. The following herbs help to increase the amount of weight loss so that results are seen more quickly.



The oft-maligned dandelion weed is actually a powerful aid in the weight loss arena. Each part of the lowly dandelion flower and herb can be ingested. In addition to it being prized for its cleansing properties, dandelion helps to neutralize toxins, keep blood sugar levels normal, reduce inflammation and make the body more alkaline. An individual can consume dandelion as a tea, in the form of a supplement or eat some of the leafy greens.

Milk thistle


Milk thistle could be a cousin to dandelion. It provides many of the same welcome cleansing properties as dandelion does. These include clearing the toxins out of the liver, and making good use of glucose and sugar for fuel instead of them turning into fat.



Highly prized as an aid in weight loss, there are two types of ginseng that are found in the United States: Chinese and Siberian. Both forms are available as a supplement or as a tea. They help to increase weight loss because they contain caffeine, a known stimulant. In addition, because they are a thermogenic aid, both forms of ginseng help to boost the energy of people who take them. People who take this herb on a regular basis have also noticed that their appetite has decreased and that the clarity of their thoughts has increased.



A tasty herb that can add a great dollop of flavor to many dishes, peppermint is tops for helping ramp up weight loss. It primarily does so by ridding the body of toxins and waste. Peppermint also aids in digestion and helps to reduce bloat. Another key advantage of peppermint is that it helps to reduce the appetite as well as reduce stress. For people who eat when they are stressed, this is a great herb to drink as a tea, take as a supplement or use as an essential oil.

Increasing the amount of weight loss can help an individual stay on track with their goals as well as enjoy better health. The above herbs can help them accomplish this.

Sources for this article include:

About the author:
Sandeep is an mountain climber, runner, and fitness coach. He shares his tips for staying in shape and eating healthy on quickeasyfit.

Posted by: godswaytohealth | June 10, 2014


Lemon water CL

Clean water and fresh squeezed lemon is one of the most well tested energy boosters around. It provides the body with anti-oxidants and electrolytes, and produces clean energy by hydrating and oxygenating the body to extraordinary energy and mental clarity. 

After sleeping through the night the bodily tissues are dehydrated and need clean, pure water to filter out toxins and improve energy production in the cells. 


Lemon is a rich source of the immune boosting vitamin C. It also has good quantities of electrolytes such as potassium, calcium and magnesium. Lemon is a tremendous source of citrus bioflavonoid anti-oxidant phytonutrients that have been given the label Vitamin P.


Vitamin P improves cellular oxygenation and consists of the flavonoid glycosides hesperetin and naringenin among others. Studies have shown that vitamin P enhances the anti-oxidant capability of vitamin C. These bioflavonoids also improve capillary permeability and overall blood flow. This is especially important for oxygenating tissues and maintaining normal blood pressure. These anti-oxidants have also been shown to reduce swelling and edema. 

Fresh lemon helps oxygenate the body and maximizes enzyme function. Lemon is known to stimulate the liver’s natural enzymes. This assists the liver in the process of dumping toxins like uric acid and of liquefying congested bile ducts. 

Here are some benefits of drinking fresh lemon water:


In addition it also: 

  • Cures throat infections
  • Reduces fever
  • Relives respiratory problems
  • Relives tooth pain
  • Is excellent for weight loss

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Upon rising take 1 full lemon and squeeze it into 16-32 oz of fresh clean lemon-water 2water and drink. Be sure to eat out the membranous parts of the lemon where the majority of the pectin fiber and citrus bioflavonoids are located. Stevia can be added to form sugar-free lemonade. Apple cider vinegar and various herbs can be used to boost enzymatic and anti-oxidant potential. 


Lemon water is a fantastic way to start your day for all the reasons explained above.  The challenge with the lemon water is that it can erode the enamel on one’s teeth.  To avoid this you want to rinse your mouth out with clean water and get any of the extra citric acid out after drinking the lemon water.   


Posted by: godswaytohealth | June 3, 2014


What is really in your coffee creamer

If you drink coffee, the best way to drink it is black without sugar or cream and preferably organic. But if you choose to add cream, the simple, old-fashioned full-fat cream (preferably organic, raw, and from grass-fed cows) is the best option.


Non-dairy creamer can scarcely be called “cream” at all, as it is more aptly a synthetic combination of chemicals, oils, sugars, and milk products. Let’s take a look at some of the more common ingredients, which will, of course, vary slightly depending on your brand:

Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil

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Part of the problem with partially hydrogenated soybean oil is the trans fat it contains. These synthetic trans fats are known to promote inflammation.

There are also the significant health hazards of soy itself, with the majority of soybeans genetically engineered and contaminated with highly toxic herbicides like Roundup (glyphosate).

High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)

It’s often claimed that HFCS is no worse for you than sugar, but this is not the case. Because high-fructose corn syrup contains free-form monosaccharides of fructose and glucose, it cannot be considered biologically equivalent to sucrose (sugar), which has a glycosidic bond that links the fructose and glucose together, and slows its breakdown in the body.

High fructose corn syrup

Fructose is primarily metabolized by your liver, because your liver is the only organ that has the transporter for it. Nearly all fructose gets shuttled to your liver, and, if you eat a typical Western-style diet.

When you consume high amounts of it, fructose ends up taxing and damaging your liver in the same way alcohol and other toxins do. And just like alcohol, fructose is metabolized directly into fat – this subsequently stored fat leads to mitochondrial malfunction, obesity, and obesity-related diseases. 

Dipotassium Phosphate

This inorganic salt is used as a stabilizer and anti-coagulant in non-dairy creamer. It’s also used in fertilizers and cosmetics, and is said to cause vomiting and diarrhea if consumed “in quantities.” 


Mono and Diglycerides

These additives are used to blend together ingredients that normally wouldn’t blend well (such as oil and water). They may be synthetically produced or derived from animal or vegetable sources, including partially hydrogenated oils.

Natural Flavors

This doesn’t sound bad, until you realize that additives like monosodium glutamate (MSG) and related forms of concentrated free form glutamate can be labeled as natural. MSG is an excitotoxin, which means it overexcites your cells to the point of damage or death.

artificial flavors

It causes brain dysfunction and damage to varying degrees, and potentially even triggering or worsening learning disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease, and more. Non-dairy creamer may also contain the vanilla-smelling anal secretions from beavers, called castoreum.

Sodium Caseinate

This ingredient is extracted from milk protein and used as a thickener and whitening agent. Sodium caseinate is typically treated with the chemical solium hydroxide, a chemical alkali. The problem with chemical alkalies is that they act like “anti-nutrients” – damaging or suppressing nutrient absorption.

Casein is also the primary protein found in cow’s milk associated with allergies, neurological conditions, and autoimmune reactions such as juvenile-onset type 1 diabetes.

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Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate (SSL)

This additive is used to strengthen bread dough as well as a cleanser, foaming agent, and emulsifier in cosmetic products. SSL is also used to replace fat and sugar, as it has a mildly sweet taste and reduces the amount of oil needed in products.

Do you still want some Non-Dairy Creamer in your coffee?


If you are dousing your cup of Joe in creamer, non-dairy creamer, sugar, and other sweeteners and flavorings, you are missing out on the therapeutic benefits and potentially harming your health. The natural blend of polyphenol antioxidants (including chlorogenic acids) are part of what makes coffee so healthful. However, research suggests that adding dairy to your coffee may interfere with your body’s absorption of beneficial chlorogenic acids. 

cup of black coffee surrounded by coffee beans

So while it’s definitely best to avoid synthetic foods like non-dairy creamer, even adding raw whole milk to your coffee may interfere with the bioavailability of its antioxidants. Add sugar to your coffee and you’ll also ruin the benefits discussed above by spiking your insulin levels, which contributes to insulin resistance. If you’re interested in the health benefits, drink your coffee black, without sugar, non-dairy creamer or cream, or flavorings. If you really can’t stand your coffee black, you could try adding non-dairy alternatives like almond or coconut milk.



Dr. Mercola see link below


Posted by: godswaytohealth | May 1, 2014


Avocado - cucumber creamy soup


1 organic cucumber

1 ripe avocado

¼ cup raw lemon juice (freshly squeezed)

2 cloves of garlic

½ cup chopped cilantro

½ cup of filtered water

1 tsp pink salt or celtic sea salt



Blend all ingredients together in a VitaMix

Serve Chilled

 Creant Cucumber Avocdo soup


This creamy and tangy soup is loaded with good fats and anti-oxidants.  This recipe is loaded with electrolytes and trace minerals that promote an alkaline environment within the body.

Avocados are extremely rich in potassium and magnesium as well as the carotenoid anti-oxidants lutein and zeaxanthin.  Cucumber is rich in the beauty mineral silica.  The lemon provides more potassium, vitamin C and vitamin P (also called citrus bioflavonoids).  This is a healthy skin and anti-aging recipe for sure!

Garlic and cilantro are powerful detoxifying foods that help pull toxic debris, bad bacteria and parasites out of the system.  Cilantro, lemon and cucumber are also great for helping support the processes of the liver and kidneys for optimal health

You can have this with other food or as a stand-alone lunch or snack.


This recipe is compliments of Kelcie who works with Dr. Jockers– Exodus Health Center  Thank you Kelcie and Dr. Jockers.



Posted by: godswaytohealth | April 21, 2014

The SuperCharged Mindset – Dr. David Jockers



This is a small excerpt from my (Dr. Jockers) current book project called “Never Get Sick Again” and it goes into the mindset of living a Never Get Sick Again lifestyle.  Enjoy!

The SuperCharged Mindset 

The SuperCharged Mindset is the foundation for a Never Get Sick again lifestyle.  This mindset is built around a reverence for the human body and how God made us.  It catalyzes the internal energy within us to give our immune system an incredible burst of life.

You, dear children, are from God and have overcome them, because the one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world.  1 John 4:4

Our bodies are powerful beyond belief.  We were created to work in harmony with our environment rather than be dominated by our environment.  Pathogenic organisms and disease processes are not meant to be feared.  When our body is healthy and strong, exposure to these microbes stimulates our system to get stronger.

Here are the Foundational Elements of the SuperCharged Mindset

  1. Gratitude for Every Moment and Every Experience
  2. Reverence for the Innate Power within the Human Body
  3. Passionate Persistence in the Mist of Challenge

Gratitude for Every Moment and Every Experience:

Everyone feels better when they focus on what they are grateful for.  I don’t believe there would be anyone who would disagree with that statement.  Research has revealed that gratitude is a powerful stimulant for your energy levels and immune system and helps to relax stress hormones making you feel more peaceful.

Psychologist Robert Emmons of the University of California, Davis defines gratitude as “An affirmation of goodness in the world that requires the recognition that the sources of this goodness exist outside of individuals. “

A study out of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology in February of 2003, found that participants who kept weekly gratitude journals exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole and were more optimistic about the coming week compared to those who recorded hassles or neutral life events.

The same researchers have reported that while grateful people don’t ignore the negative aspects of life they tend to report positive emotions,


life satisfaction and vitality as well as greater optimism and lower levels of depression and stress than people who are not grateful.

Reverence for the Innate Power within the Human Body:

The human body is the most amazing mechanism in the world.  The brain sends out 3 trillion bits of information every second of every day.  The vast majority of this is beyond our human perception.

Here are some other amazing facts that should inspire a reverence for the Innate Power that runs our bodies each and every day.

  • The human body goes from 2 cells to about 10 trillion cells in the matter of 9 months in the mother’s womb.
  • Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles per hour. This super speed allows us to have reaction time at the speed of a high powered luxury sports car.
  • The brain operates on the same amount of power as a 10-watt light bulb. This is happening when you are awake or sleeping. The cartoon image of a light bulb over your head when you are thinking is right on!
  • The human brain cell can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica or any other encyclopedia. This storage capacity is thought to be about 1,000 terabytes. The National Archives of Britain, containing over 900 years of history, only takes up 70 terabytes.

Our bodies are truly magnificent gifts and we should never lose focus of that!

Passionate Persistence in the Midst of Challenges:

The human body was designed for stress, survival and adaptation.  Challenges force us to adapt physically, biochemically, mentally and emotionally.  These are good changes as they help us survive and thrive in an ever changing world.  These changes and transformation do not always feel or appear pleasant but they are necessary to help us elevate our lives.

The SuperCharged Mindset passionately persists in the midst of these challenges.  Hope is the fuel and faith is the currency of this way of life.  The attitude is that regardless of the challenges I am facing now, I will get better and be better in the future.  This circumstance in front of me is a blessing because it is an opportunity for me to view life differently and strengthen my faith.

Your immune system is a muscle and must be challenged in order to grow and become stronger and more resilient.  Faith is also a muscle and must be challenged in order to grow and break new spiritual ground and more submission to God’s great plan in our life.

Passionate prayer and words of life ignite the fires that keep us persistently moving forward.  With prolonged challenges or suffering many people will allow their mind to wander off into complacency, hopelessness, self-loathing and passiveness.  These are poison to the spirit and sap the life out of our supercharged edge. 

Speaking Words of Life or Death

“The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.” ( Proverbs 18:21 )

Robert Morris, pastor of Gateway Church, says “Words carry enormous power – power to heal or wound, encourage or discourage, speak truth or deceive, praise or criticize.”

The thoughts we think and the words we say play an enormous role in the function of our immune system.  Victims tend to focus and wallow in their challenges.  They believe that the more attention they spend on the symptoms or challenges the more attention they garner and the better they will feel.  However, they are actually bringing death to their immune systems and their bodies

Speaking Death over Yourself

“I am feeling awful” – “I’m sick!” – “This is terrible” – This was a bad day”

“I am stressed out” – “I can’t do it” – “I’m miserable” -“I am too tired” 

“I don’t have what it takes”

I’m pretty sure we have all felt like this and said these exact statements many times.  I know I have!  But when we are aware of the negative rippling effect these declarations have on us we will choose to think and act differently.

All of these proclamations disempower us and deflate our cells and our immune system.  This sort of language steals energy from our body and misuses our vital resources.  This is how you speak death over yourself by focusing on negative feelings and reactions to the circumstances of life.  You will never be perfect but start by being aware of where your mind is going!

Be careful of your body language too.  In fact, body language may be just as important as the language you are using.  You may be saying the right things but walking around as if you are defeated.  This will only act to deplete you of your life energy! 

Speak Life over Yourself and Others

Champions understand there is no benefit in speaking about their ailments but instead speak into the great power within their bodies.  The lifeforce that heals and restores function within them every moment of every day.

When you boldly and passionately speak into the majestic power within you fuel it and stimulate positive health rhythms that balance your immune system, detoxify poisons and increase endorphins.  This leaves you feeling and functioning at a higher level.

Champions will say things like this repeatedly over themselves:

“My immune system is robust and healthy”

“The power within me is greater than anything in the world”

“My body is adapting and becoming stronger and stronger everyday”

“Power, life and healing is coursing through me every moment, regenerating sick and diseased areas and restoring me to optimal health and fullness of life.”

“I may not feel my best now, but I know my body is hard at work regenerating and healing and for that I am eternally grateful!”

Be sure to carry the body posturing of a champion. 


Head upright, shoulders back, chest out and deep breathing patterns mark the posture of a champion.  This will increase your life energy and stimulate your supercharged edge!

How To Speak to Others in Your Life

The words you speak over yourself are extremely important and so are the words you use with others.  As a doctor, I have people telling me how they are feeling and complaining with different ailments all the time.  Compassion and empathy are important and healthy emotions but it doesn’t mean that I want to encourage the victim mindset.

What I have found that works best for these individuals and myself is to speak words of encouragement with power and love.  I like to ensure them that their body is getting stronger, healthier and more adept at handling these particular microbes or health challenge.

I reinsure them that God’s power is greater than any power in the world and it is coursing through them, healing and rebuilding their tissues and cells in the most majestic fashion with each and every breath.

When you boldly speak life into people…you give them life!  You will begin to see their countenance change and a spark begin to form in their eye!  It is like pouring water on a shriveled plant.  It often takes some time to set it but as you progressively provide the nourishment the plant comes back to life.

The same is true for the people in your life.  The more you are able to influence them with short, powerful and inspiring statements the more they will awaken to life.  It may not happen in a day or two but the more they realize that you are a source of inspirational hope the more they will desire to be around your energy and passion.  This will then impact them spiritually on the deepest of subconscious levels and influence their behavior and health.

When you live with a supercharged awareness you refuse to compromise your energy and passion and you become a great hope in a watching world.  This allows you to truly witness to the greatness of God and the amazing power he put within our body, mind and spirit to triumph under challenges and scrutiny.


May God continue to bless your work.


Dr. David Jockers –

Posted by: godswaytohealth | April 1, 2014



    Ditch Gluten to Improve Your Brain, Gut and Skin

By Dr. David Jockers

Most people associate gluten sensitivity issues with digestive problems such as Celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome.  While gluten does have a very negative effect on the digestive system it also inflames other regions of the body.  The other regions that are often most effected are the brain, joints and skin.

It is estimated by many researchers including Dr Kenneth Fine, PhD, that 81% of the population has some level of gluten sensitivity.  This means that the body produces anti-bodies to some sort of gluten derivative.  This could be to the protein gliadin and its various forms or to a mechanism called molecular mimicry where the body produces anti-bodies to proteins that are similar to gliadin in its various forms.

Many researchers and health care practitioners believe that everyone on the planet is better off removing gluten from their diets.  When individuals remove gluten they notice significant improvements in brain function, energy levels, breathing, immunity, pain levels and skin health.


Kicking Gluten Improves your Brain:

When we eat gluten containing foods we increase a protein molecule called Zonulin.  Zonulin works as a gatekeeper in both the intestine and the blood brain barrier.  The more zonulin in the gut the more permeable the intestinal cells become and the greater risk of developing leaky gut syndrome.

High levels of zonulin also loosen the tight junctions in the epithelium of our blood cells.  This allows toxins and other molecules to slip through the blood brain barrier.  When the blood brain barrier is permeable it activates an inflammatory response in the brain.


Your Brain Doesn’t Feel Pain but it Still Suffers:

The brain itself does not feel pain and chronic inflammation is experienced with symptoms such as brain fog, slow mental processing, anxiety, depression, emotional disturbances, etc.  Over time a brain that is chronically inflamed leads to neurodegenerative conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Individuals may also form specific anti-bodies to gluten molecules that mimic other regions of the body.  One of the most common of these molecular mimicry patterns is Glutamate Decarboxylase (GAD) antibodies.  GAD is an enzyme that helps metabolize glutamate and it is key for energy production in major regions of the brain.

Individuals with GAD antibodies often form cerebellar ataxia where they are unable to maintain balance and have very poor coordination.  GAD antibodies are also implicated in type I diabetes, adult auto-immune diabetes, Parkinson’s disease and stiff man syndrome.

When we metabolize gluten we produce the opiates gluteomorphin and prodynorphin as a result.  These opiates have an addictive effect and can often lead to food addictions to sugar and gluten containing carbs.  Often times people struggle to come off of these foods due to the addictions.


Dropping Gluten Gives You More Energy:

A gluten sensitive individual will constantly be triggering their adrenals to pump out stress hormone every time they consume gluten.  The immune system has to crank up and go into hyper-inflammatory mode which utilizes a lot of vital resources as well.  This taxes the body of raw materials and sets it up for adrenal exhaustion and chronic fatigue.

By eating an anti-inflammatory diet that takes out food borne stressors like gluten, genetically modified foods, sugary foods and pasteurized dairy you allow the adrenals to come down.  This results in better sleep, more energy and improved stress and emotional balance.


Cutting Gluten Improves Breathing, Joints and Skin Health:

One of the patterns of molecular mimickry is antibodies to transglutaminase.  Transglutaminases are enzymes found throughout the body that bind proteins together and they are also key to the digestion of wheat.  When the body forms an immune response to the gluten molecule it often creates sensitivity to transglutaminase molecules as well.

Transglutaminase-2 (TG-2) is found in the intestinal lining and anti-bodies to TG-2 are a marker for celiac disease.  TG2 is a well-known marker for osteoarthritis severity as well.  This is one of the reasons why individuals with celiac disease also have advanced degeneration in their spine.  Many individuals with non-celiac gluten sensitivity also have major problems with joint pain, rheumatoidism and osteoarthritis.

Transglutaminase-3 (TG-3) are found in the skin and anti-bodies can lead to chronic acne, eczema and dermatitis.  Transglutaminase-6 (TG-6) is found throughout the central nervous system and antibody formation leads to neurological disorders.  Transglutaminase-7 (TG-7) is found in the lungs and antibody formation leads to asthma and other pulmonary challenges.


Give up Gluten and Look and Feel Better than Ever:

When you give up gluten, sugar and minimize grains and other inflammatory agents you will notice that you look and feel significantly better.  Your skin will get clearer, your hair more shiny and your joints will be stronger.  Your brain will be sharper and you will have improved memory and emotional balance.

The benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet far outweigh the momentary glutinous or social benefits associated with eating gluten, sugar and other inflammatory foods.  Your greatest asset is the body God gave you and you have to take proper care of it to live out your full potential in life!

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