Posts Tagged With: health segment

Got Milk? 6 Health Benefits of Milk

Posted by Stephanie Davis
Hello Surrender Fast Family! When you think of milk do you only think of babies, kids and healthy growing bones? If so, then think about adding adults to that equation. According to the article 6 Health Benefits of Milk drinking milk can be an essential part of your diet.Several benefits of drinking milk are:
  1. Glowing Skin
  2. Healthy Bones and Teeth
  3. Strong Muscles
  4. Weight Loss
  5. Less Stress
  6. Healthy Body  Continue reading
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The Benefits of Cucumbers

Blog posted by Stephanie Davis.
Hello Surrender Fast Family,Wow is all I can say about Cucumbers! This is a must read article.

Did you know that cucumbers are the fourth most cultivated vegetable in the world and known to be one of the best foods for your body’s overall health?

Well according to Natural cucumbers are a superfood consisting of 95% water. Also, writes that cucumbers offer more nutrients than just water and electrolytes.

Here are 8 benefits of cucumbers: Continue reading

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An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away



Hello Surrender Fast Family!

Remember the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away?” Well it’s true. And after reading this post you may have a sudden urge to run to your local grocery store to buy the biggest bag you can find!

It’s probably no surprise that apples are good for you, but in the article written for Best Health, you’ll find 15 reasons to love this delicious fruit even more.

The benefits include: Continue reading

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Laughter is Good Medicine


Good Day Surrender Fast Family!!!

This may seem  unrelated to health, but did you know that laughter contributes greatly to a long and healthy life? Although cliche’ laughter is good medicine and brings healing to the soul.

Melissa Breyer a writer for Care2 discusses the 8 benefits of laughter. According to Breyer laughter can:

–Lower blood pressure
–Increase vascular blood flow and oxygenation of the blood
–Give a workout to the diaphragm and abdominal, respiratory, facial, leg, and back muscles
–Reduce certain stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline
–Increase the response of tumor- and disease-killing cells
–Defend against respiratory infections–even reducing the frequency of colds
–Increase memory and learning
–Improve alertness, creativity, and memory

So make some time for laughter; it’s fun AND healing!

Living Well,
Stephanie Davis
Executive Administrative Assistant to Dr. Celeste Owens

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The Health Segment: The Year in Review

Peanut Butter

We have come to the end of the year and I am presenting the best-of-the best health segment posts for the month of December.

Today I’m reminding you of the benefits of the smoother, creamier nut: Peanut Butter!!! It’s the buttery nut that goes well with crackers, apples, celery and creates one of America’s guilty pleasures: the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Continue reading

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Exercise is Good for More Than Just Weight Loss

Hello Surrender Fast Family!

We’re back with our weekly health segment! For those of you who are new to the Surrender Fast and may not be aware of the weekly health segments, I post this health blog every Wednesday. To view previous health segment click the appropriate category to your right.

For many of us exercise is simply a tool for losing weight. But did you know that exercising has far more benefits than just weight loss?  According to the Mayo Clinic Staff losing weight is just an added benefit. In their write up they discuss in depth 7 benefits of regular physical activity: weight loss (of course), elimination of health conditions and diseases, mood improvement, boost of energy, better sleep, improved sex life, and fun (as we learn to make exercise part of family time).


Remember exercise needs to be part of our lifestyle so that we are of increased use for the kingdom. If you haven’t exercised in a while, take it one day at a time and just have fun!

Disclaimer: Please pray and ask God for direction and always consult a physician before starting any new diet

Stephanie Davis
Executive Administrative Assistant to Dr. Celeste Owens

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