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Healthy Days with Paul & Ann

Nothing to “Sneeze” At!

Posted April 16, 2014 by Paul & Ann Malkmus

Hi everyone, this is Ann .  As I was researching the article on Seasonal Allergies for this week, I was reminded of my own interesting past when, as a young girl, I developed asthma.  In high school, I was given a series of scrapes on my back and was found to have nearly 50 “allergies” […]

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Can a Digestive Enzyme really make such a big difference?

Posted April 9, 2014 by Paul & Ann Malkmus

A couple of years ago while we were in Nigeria, the couple we were with were discussing how challenging it was to eat.  Bloating, gas, discomfort, all those same symptoms that we have heard before.  We suggested they begin supplementing with digestive enzymes and hydrochloric acid (HCL).  It took less than two weeks before they […]

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How to do a juice cleanse

Posted April 5, 2014 by Paul & Ann Malkmus

Hi there, don’t forget to join us for our Juice Feast Monday starting, Monday, April 7, 2014.   It’s easy and you can select whatever method works for you. Whether you juice, or drink great tasting smoothies or even vegetable broths. Enjoy the experience of greater physical and mental clarity when reducing digestive stress from heavier foods. […]

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Juice Fasting

Posted April 2, 2014 by Paul & Ann Malkmus

We are so excited!  We just recently returned from a visit to a Detox Center in Massachusetts. We were on a modified 7-day juice cleanse, which included freshly extracted vegetable juices as well as vegetable broths and pureed vegetable soup.  Additional whole food supplements were added throughout the day and we also participated in light […]

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Which Season Are You In?

Posted March 26, 2014 by Paul & Ann Malkmus

Hi everyone, this is Ann.  Today, as I am looking out our window from the Piedmont in North Carolina, I see blooming daffodils, blossoming trees and green grass among the budding trees.  Spring is by far my favorite season.  It symbolizes new growth and fresh beginnings. As I reflect on the seasons in nature, I […]

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