Here are a few links to articles that I have found interesting and have been mulling over in my mind these last few weeks. Hopefully you will enjoy them too.
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I have become fascinated with magnesium and the role that it plays in bodily processes. This article highlights some of the hormonal symptoms that result in magnesium deficiencies are outlined in this post. As I have researched magnesium I have found it linked to ADHD, cholesterol issues, fibromyalgia, migraines, restless legs syndrome, irritability, insomnia, to name a few off the top of my head. To help get our magnesium in we eat leafy greens, take a magnesium supplement, take our baths with epsom salt, spray magnesium oil on body, and on stressful days will drink Natural Calm.
I was fascinated with this article about how the acne on your face is a road map to what systems are struggling internally. Interestingly enough, the areas that my face keeps breaking out in does correspond to health issues that I am currently aware of and working on trying to find a remedy.
The impression that I got in my education was that the human race is so much smarter now than they were thousands of years ago. I found myself questioning that as a kid, but as I asked questions the answers received always confirmed that thought process, because my teachers were all coming from an evolution based mindset. But as I started teaching my children from a creation based perspective, I was amazed at all the resources that pointed out this line of thought obviously was not the case. I have become even more fascinated with this concept as I have started studying more aspects of natural remedies, health foods, and traditional diets. I am amazed as more and more studies are going back and finding out some of these natural remedies do in fact work. This article was thrilling to me, as I read about how they are finding evidence that an onion and garlic remedy that is at least 1,000 years ago is proving to have great potential in fighting the MRSA.
In homeschooling, conversation is a vital part of your children’s education. I talk to my kids all the time, but I need to amp up the quality, non-rushed conversations that happen in the home between my children and me.
Thought provoking article on how we educate our children at home from a veteran homeschool mom. Have homeschoolers slipped too far back into the model of what public schools are doing because we are struggling under someone else’s idea of what a “proper” education is?
As of late, a frequent discussion among some of my friends has been along the lines of doing things that will mess our children up or cause them to walk from the faith. This was a great post about the most important thing that one family did in encouraging their children to continue to walk with the Lord into adulthood.