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No Longer Concerned

Grandma is no longer concerned about so many details of this life on earth...

Grandma is no longer concerned about so many details of this life on earth…

Recently, I had a moment of fun when I saw that one of the (many!) mailers I still receive in my grandma’s mailbox had a stamp included to return a political survey.

Since the postage was going to be paid, I thought I would use the opportunity to inform the members of the political group of my grandma’s move to Heaven. We might as well have some fun when we deal with pounds of mail each week, right?

I included a copy of the essay I wrote for my brother to read at her memorial service, in hopes that the Gospel presentation within the essay could reach at least the one who opens the envelope and reads at least some of it. I added the following:

“You may remove Joyce from your mailing list. She is no longer concerned with the politics of this country, having vacated the state, country, this world, and even her body (she didn’t need it anymore.) She is now rejoicing in the presence of her Savior, the King of kings and Lord of lords, Supreme Ruler of the universe, who is never up for re-election.”

I may write something appropriate for the clothing catalogs she still “receives.” Since she no longer has her sin-cursed body, she no longer needs to cover it, after all! : )

I already had fun writing to her doctors, informing the eye doctor that her vision is finally perfect, since she no longer sees darkly, as in a mirror, but now she knows as she is known! : ) I enjoyed writing to her cardiologist, too.

We rejoice in the knowledge that all of us who have fully trusted in Jesus’ completed work through His life, death and resurrection will be reunited for eternity! We will be made like Him, no longer experiencing the hindrances that exist due to sin’s curse.

Everlasting Lovingkindness

The last time I wrote for our website was so long ago!

God has brought us through many trials in the last 15 months. Especially since October, our lives were so busy that I was not able to experiment much with our recipes, take pictures of our tasty experiments, or write for our blog until now.

On May 1st this year, I followed the suggestion of one of the pastors of our church, and wrote a psalm, modeled after Psalm 136. I began my psalm with the first few verses of the original Psalm, and concluded with the final couple verses of Psalm 136. If you would like to hear the sermon in which Pastor Isaiah suggests this, you can listen here. You can read all of Psalm 136 here.

Maybe you, too, could write a psalm of praise to the Lord, chronicling your experiences of His lovingkindness to you! Here is a photo from one my fun days with food before our life became so busy last Fall.

Some of the flavors included in an upcoming recipe...

Some of the flavors included in an upcoming recipe…

Everlasting Lovingkindness

(including verses 1-3 of the original Psalm 136 at the beginning, and verse 26 at the end.)

May 1, 2017

Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Give thanks to the God of gods,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Give thanks to the Lord of lords,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him whose wisdom is seen in His creation,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting:

From the laws of astrophysics,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

To the intricacies of the paramecium,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

He cares for His creation;

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

He knows the due dates of wildlife,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

He provides rain, even in uninhabited areas,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

To Him who sustained me as I cared for Grandma,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting;

To Him who showed her mercy,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting;

To Him who did not forsake her, though old and gray,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

To Him who kept His promises,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

For all 91 years of her life,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who gave me a God-fearing husband,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting:

A gentle, loving leader,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

A servant who sacrifices for others,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who provides our needs,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting;

He blessed our efforts to pay off debt,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

Even through times of unemployment and low pay,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who sustained us through medical challenges,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who surrounds us with loving family,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

He gave us our families and our church family,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who loves us through their prayers, care, and help,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who heals me of bronchitis, cold and flu,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who gives daily strength for standing at work:

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

Who provides relief from skeletal pain,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

Who gives mental clarity for serving customers,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

Who gives joy and patience in difficult circumstances,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Who protects us physically,

For His lovingkindess is everlasting:

Protection from injury while packing and moving,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

Safety in driving when sleep-deprived and sick,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who gives wisdom to those who ask,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting;

Who provides us with an earthly home,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who drew my heart to Himself,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

While I was rebelling, living for myself,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who befriends His enemies,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

And prepares for them a home in glory,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

With an inheritance that will neither perish, spoil nor fade,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

To Him who gently and lovingly molds me into the image of His Son,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

And will shower me with His love for all of eternity,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting,

To the praise of His glorious grace,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Give thanks to the Lord of life,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

Give thanks to the God of heaven,

For His lovingkindness is everlasting.

 

Another Day to Love and Serve You

Last week, my family remembered the day 22 years ago that my mom’s fight with cancer ended. While we were saddened then and continue through different stages of grieving now, we were and are filled with hope. We know that God saved her spiritually, not because of anything she had done, but because of His mercy. He drew her to Himself, paid the spiritual debt she had owed Him, and gave her a new nature when she repented of her sin. We rejoice in remembering her service to our Lord and we rejoice in His goodness in saving sinners such as my mom and us.

I remember our daily morning family devotions from our childhood…. my mom would often start her prayer by thanking the Lord “for another day to love and serve [Him].” She also would thank Him for the cool of the evening and morning. Now that I struggle with heat, I understand why she was thankful for those new mercies every morning.

When my mom received the news from the doctor that her cancer had spread significantly, she and my dad told my brother and me that they wanted to accept what the Lord had in plan for them. They reminded us of the account of Hezekiah in II Kings 20. While it is admirable that Hezekiah, when told he was mortally ill, begged God for more time in this earthly life to serve Him, the sad reminder to our family was found in verses 12-21. During the additional 15 years that God gave Hezekiah after healing him of the disease he had, Hezekiah showed poor judgment; his pride led him to boastfully show everything he owned to the envoy from Babylon. God was not pleased with Hezekiah and His displeasure is recorded in that passage. What a sad ending to the account of Hezekiah’s life!

I have remembered my mom’s acceptance of the Lord’s will in her life as a good example to me. With the Lord’s help, I endeavor to be thankful for each day that He allows me to love and serve Him, and however many days He may give me on this earth, I choose to accept His will regarding the exact number those days will amount to.

This week, I have enjoyed preparing Tuna Cakes (page 99 in A Recipe for Survival) a couple of times. I added a new sauce to the dish.

Gluten-free, tasty and satisfying Tuna Cakes from A Recipe for Survival

Gluten-free, tasty and satisfying Tuna Cakes from A Recipe for Survival

“It’s a Keeper” Salad and Psalm 121

We just returned from a trip to the MidWest to surprise my dad for his 70th birthday and to visit friends in the area. I started up our food supply again yesterday by picking up some boneless, skinless chicken breast along with some other groceries. Lately, I have been boiling the chicken breast and then using it in salads or in other dishes. I save the liquid to use as a base in soups.

Last night, I introduced a new set of flavors in our series of light, summery salads, and when Brody finished his serving, he said, “It’s a keeper!” So, here it is for you….

Light, Simple, Summery Salad

It’s a Keeper….Light, Simple, Summery Salad

 

“It’s a Keeper” Salad

Combine and enjoy:

Chopped cabbage, kale and lettuce

Diced carrots and hothouse cucumbers

Raisins and dried cranberries

Almonds and sunflower seeds

Diced chicken breast (fully cooked)

Salt and pepper

Lemon and lime zest

Notes: Since God gave the almonds and sunflower seeds enzyme inhibitors to protect them until they are ready to sprout, you may find it easier to digest them if you first soak and then dehydrate them. I soak and dehydrate these in small batches and then store them in a glass jar in the freezer. Several websites have suggestions for how to do this. Instead of buying a dehydrator, I have chosen to use my gas oven at a very low temperature (mostly the pilot light) to dehydrate the seeds and nuts. I find eating the nuts after treating them this way helps me digest them with less discomfort.

Also, lately I have chosen to buy a few limes and lemons, wash them, and then freeze them whole. When I want some zest, it is easy to zest a whole, frozen fruit. When I want the juice, I simply grate more of the fruit, beyond the zest. This way, I don’t waste any of the fruit, and it is easier to zest them frozen than when they are at room temperature.

After Brody’s comment about the salad, I started thinking about the word, “keeper,” and I was reminded of a thought I had while looking for shade on a hot day. Our trip to the MidWest reminded me of the heat and humidity that allow the land to produce such beautiful green scenery, but I am fairly sensitive to the sun and heat, so I really appreciate the shade. One day, as I was seeking the shade for relief, I remembered Psalm 121, in which the Psalmist compares the Lord to shade. Now that I am sensitive to the sun, I can more easily relate to this metaphor written by someone who knows the heat of the desert.

Psalm 121:5

The Lord is your keeper;

The Lord is your shade at your right hand.

You can read the entire Psalm at Bible Gateway here. While Brody was using the word, “keeper” to mean that we like the salad and intend to save the recipe for future use, the Psalmist is using the word to mean that the Lord keeps His people from harm… that He is their protector. Our safe, uneventful travels to the MidWest, consisting of two road trips in between two airplane flights, reminded me of the truth that the Lord guards our coming and going. And one day, He will take His people home to Heaven to be with Him forever.

Forget Not! and Basic Mexican Chicken Salad

The other day, I realized that I had been writing in a journal fairly regularly for just over 20 years. As I look back through my thoughts and prayers, I see some times in which I wrote a few times per week, and other times that I would miss 1-3 years of writing. The years of experiences which produced our book, A Recipe for Survival, are an example of one of those longer gaps.

Now looking back at the years before that gap, I see a prayer that showed up regularly: “Lord, draw me closer to Yourself.” I realized recently that one of the main ways we are drawn closer to Him are through trials…. so the very trials I resented were the answer to my prayer! I just didn’t think at the time that I prayed for a closer walk with the Lord that He would use temporary difficulties to show me my sin, and therefore, increase my appreciation for His eternal salvation of my soul. Seeing my prayers from years ago helped me gain a fresh perspective on trials.

Another good result from keeping a journal on a semi-regular basis is the reminder of how God brought me through past difficulties. I see how something consumed my attention in the past and how I prayed about it and now, years later, the issue is barely in my memory. Sadly, that may also mean that I easily forget how God graciously worked to either change my circumstances or change my heart to accept His will (with joy) in that particular situation.

Maybe the Psalmist also suffered from a poor memory when it came to remembering all that the Lord had brought him through, so he reminded himself to forget none of His benefits:

Bless the Lord, O my soul,
And all that is within me, bless His holy name.
Bless the Lord, O my soul,
And forget none of His benefits;

Psalm 103:1-2

May we remember all of the Lord’s benefits to us who are relying solely on Christ’s perfect life, death and resurrection for our eternal salvation! We, as rebellious sinners, deserved instant physical death and eternal suffering for our hateful rebellion against God. He kindly turned us from the path we were on, gave us hearts that love the truth and did all that was necessary to reconcile us to Himself. And He did this all for the praise of His glorious grace! What love He has shown!

Brody and I have started experimenting more with salads since they are satisfying, can be thrown together rather quickly after some previous, simple preparation, and they don’t require heating up the kitchen on hot days. Here is one of our latest concoctions:

Basic Mexican Chicken Salad

Basic Mexican Chicken Salad

Ahead of time:

Boil some chicken breasts; slice or dice them after they cool.

Prepare some Basic Black Beans (See Appendix B in A Recipe for Survival.)

Cook some quinoa (See Appendix A in A Recipe for Survival.)

Wash the lettuce and cilantro.

Store all the ingredients in the refrigerator.

When you’re ready to eat the salad,

Chop the cabbage, shred the lettuce, chop the cilantro and dice the tomatoes.

Add all ingredients in the proportions you like onto your plate. Finish the flavors with salt, freshly ground black pepper, some lemon and lime juice or zest, a diced garlic clove and dried red pepper.

Cut the avocado and add this last.

Be filled with a satisfying combination of flavors and nutrients!

We Have An Anchor and Variation on Don Brody’s Beef Goulash

Hebrews 6:19a This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, a hope both sure and steadfast….. 

(NASB, from www.BibleStudyTools.com)

Recently, I was visiting with a dear, elderly lady who has been diagnosed with cancer. As she has contemplated the days she may have left in this earthly life, she has begun setting her house in order. She commented to me, “It’s interesting… to get to this point and realize that there is no dread [to face death.] The only dread I feel is for my family who will have to take care of the “stuff” after I am gone.”

Her testimony is encouraging to anyone… she has walked with the Lord for decades, and has seen His faithfulness to keep all His promises throughout her lifetime. Now as she nears the end of her earthly tenure and prepares to meet her Savior face to face, she has no fear.

Similar conversations with this dear lady reminded me of an old hymn my family used to sing in the missionary community in Lomalinda, Colombia. The words are public domain, by William James Kirkpatrick, and I found them on www.higherpraise.com.

I still remember the day that I read Hebrews 6:19 in my morning Bible reading, and recognized it as the inspiration for the hymn that we had been singing in church. In this portion of his letter to the Hebrew believers, the author is strongly encouraging his audience to take hold of the hope set before them. In this context, the word hope does not mean “wish,” but “assurance” or “confidence.”

We who have trusted in God to save us spiritually based on Jesus’ perfect record of living a life that never violated God’s moral law have a steadfast hope. That hope or assurance is that He will not spiritually abandon us through any trial, especially the final trial of life, as we face the end of our physical life and the beginning of eternity. Our Savior has already gone ahead of us through physical death and into the presence of our God, and He is waiting there to welcome us home.

Will Your Anchor Hold?

William James Kirkpatrick

Will your anchor hold in the storms of life
When the clouds unfold their wings of strife?
When the strong tides lift and the cables strain
Will your anchor drift, or firm remain?

We have an anchor that keeps the soul
Steadfast and sure while the billows roll
Fastened to the Rock which cannot move
Grounded firm and deep in the Savior’s love

It is safely moored, ’twill the storm withstand
For ’tis well secured by the Savior’s hand
Though the tempest rage and the wild winds blow
Not an angry wave shall our bark o’erflow

It will firmly hold in the Floods of Death
When the waters cold chill our latest breath
On the rising tide it can never fail
While our hopes abide within the veil

When our eyes behold through the gath’ring night
The city of gold, our harbor bright
We shall anchor fast by the heav’nly shore
With the storms all past forevermore

Alternate verse:

It will surely hold in the Straits of Fear
When the breakers tell that the reef is near
Though the tempest rave and the wild winds blow
Not an angry wave shall our bark o’erflow

Brody prepared some chicken using the recipe for Don Brody’s Beef Goulash (page 124 in A Recipe for Survival) last night, and we enjoyed another homemade, tasty meal. We always feel so much better physically when we cook our own food and avoid the ingredients which we have found to be problematic for us.

A variation on Don Brody's Beef Goulash from A Recipe for Survival

A variation on Don Brody’s Beef Goulash from A Recipe for Survival

Loveliness of Companionship and Busy Day Crockpot Pork Roast

In celebration of 8 years of marriage

In celebration of 8 years of marriage

This year for our anniversary, Brody sent me a dozen red roses. Since he was out of town for a business trip, I took some photos so he could see what he sent me!

Being away from each other and missing one another reminded me of how believers long to be with Christ for all of eternity. Sometimes, Brody and I ask ourselves aloud why we don’t more frequently long for eternity with our Savior. We usually answer that we have become too focused on this earthly life, the desires we have for particular material things or the desire to accomplish certain goals here on earth.

While we don’t try to create difficulties in our lives, when trials come, we can rejoice in them since one of their benefits is that our gaze is redirected from an earthly focus to a Heavenly one. We more often long to be with our Savior when we are facing difficulties than when all is going smoothly.

Samuel Rutherford, a pastor during the 1600’s in Scotland, wrote many letters during his lifetime. The majority of the collection contained in The Letters of Samuel Rutherford  was written during a time of persecution he endured for his faith. His unwavering love for His Savior is clearly seen in his writings, and his beautiful choice of words reflects the beauty he saw in Jesus Christ.

A little over a year ago, while shopping for Christmas, I was buying some books for Brody from The Banner of Truth. The total for my selections was really close to the minimum purchase necessary to qualify for free shipping, so I looked through the options to close the gap…. and chose a beautiful, pocket-sized, leather-bound book, The Loveliness of Christ. This is a selection of quotes from Rutherford’s letters.

Over the past year, I had glanced at it from time to time, but just recently, I decided to read it through, from the beginning. Now I understand the choice of the title and beautiful binding…. This is a sweet little book, filled with precious thoughts presented in well-chosen words; a fitting, lovely way to preserve and present Rutherford’s quotes. I anticipate referring to it often as I encourage my friends.

It is always delightful to discover something new to me! While some of my discoveries are not new to others, I am happy to learn something new to me. The Loveliness of Christ was a new discovery to me, as was this arrangement of ingredients….

Our local Sprouts Farmers’ Market advertised pork roasts on sale, and we were invited to our friends’ home. Our friends had already invited us over previously and we had not returned the favor, so we asked if we could provide the meal if they provided the space.

That was a good plan for all of us, but I was working during the day. So, I decided to use our crockpot to make a roast with vegetables. I had often made the roast with beef, but thought I would try it with pork, using the seasonings we have enjoyed in other pork dishes. The result was super tasty – we took the crockpot meal, some rice and some steamed broccoli over to our friends’ home and enjoyed our time of fellowship and food. Our friends said they were happy to be my Guinea pigs as I work on various experiments.

Simple, gluten-free, satisfying and delicious

Simple, gluten-free, satisfying and delicious

Busy Day Crockpot Pork Roast

pork roast

carrots

celery

a few garlic cloves, diced

rosemary leaves

salt

freshly ground black pepper

The day before, I washed and cut the carrots and celery into two-bite pieces. I also prepared a blend of our favorite salt, RealSalt, freshly ground black pepper, and rosemary leaves. I washed and cut up the broccoli so it would be ready to steam just before we left for our friends’ home.

The morning of my busy day, I packed the the ingredients into the crockpot, added the seasoning, and about 1/4 cup of water. I had never packed so much into my little crockpot and was not sure if it would finish cooking by evening, but in answer to my prayers, the meat finished cooking in time and it tasted great! The next time pork roasts are on sale, I might do this again!

Since I stayed longer than planned at work, Brody checked on the crockpot and also steamed the broccoli and cooked the rice so we were able to arrive on time with cooked food. We have another simple, gluten-free meal in our list now!

God’s Great Faithfulness – Grandma’s 90th Birthday

Corsage for Grandma's 90th Birthday

Corsage for Grandma’s 90th Birthday

November marked a special time in our family. We were so thankful to celebrate God’s goodness and faithfulness, especially in the 90 years He has given Grandma and for her relatively good health. When we looked at photos of her lifetime, we were reminded that while humans change, He has not, nor will He ever change.

We were encouraged by the outpouring of love from her friends and extended family. Some of them had not all been in the same room together in years. We felt as if that short open house was a preview of Heaven, when we will be reunited with our spiritual family.

My dad asked me to make a corsage for Grandma, which reminded me of another phase of life for which I am thankful. When I was a missionary kid in Lomalinda, Colombia, our school organized banquets for various reasons, and usually the girls wore corsages.

For one of those banquets, I enjoyed helping make the corsages and was thankful for the opportunity to learn from “Aunt” Char. The family-like community we enjoyed in Lomalinda encouraged the children to call the adults “Aunt” and “Uncle.” “Aunt” Char and her husband were the parents of the Children’s Home, where some of the children of the translators would stay when their parents would visit the communities they were serving as they translated the New Testament into their language.

Another one of those “Aunts”, “Aunt” Lee, lives in the same retirement community as Grandma, so we enjoyed a reunion of my brother and me with her after some years. “Aunt” Lee served our Lomalinda community in various ways, including as a nurse and in our Post Office. Grandma’s 90th birthday party reminded me of our spiritual family that has grown throughout the years. Heaven will definitely be a wonderful reunion…. we will see our Savior face to face, and we will also see our brothers and sisters in the faith.

Also in November, we enjoyed a variation on the Crusty Dinner Rolls recipe. I had more than enough dough to fill 18 muffin tins with the cloverleaf rolls… so I rolled out the left over dough, added sugar, cinnamon, and raisins, and we enjoyed the tasty little loaves. We enjoy breakfast at any time of the day, so Brody scrambled some eggs and served them with the sweet rolls. I almost didn’t get a picture since they were consumed rapidly!

Crusty Dinner Rolls as Sweet Rolls

Crusty Dinner Rolls as Sweet Rolls

It is good to give thanks to the Lord

And to sing praises to Your name, O Most High;

To declare Your lovingkindness in the morning

And Your faithfulness by night,

With the ten-stringed lute and with the harp,

With resounding music upon the lyre.

For You, O Lord, have made me glad by what You have done,

I will sing for joy at the works of Your hands.

Psalm 92:1-4 (NASB)

A Season of Gratitude

Fall Bouquet

At this time of year, many people talk about giving thanks, and sometimes I wonder, “To whom will they give thanks?”

James reminds his readers of the Source of every good thing given:

Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.         James 1:17 (NASB)

Now and then, I realize I should exercise my gratitude muscle more. Brody helps me remember how thankful we should be on a daily basis for our lives. Our holy, perfect God gives us so much better than we sinners deserve!

Here is one of our super simple gluten-free additions to any meal…. raw cabbage with mini sweet peppers. I used to dislike raw cabbage, but when I heard that it was good for us, I decided to try it, and my taste buds adjusted to enjoy it! Brody sometimes adds raisins to his cabbage for a simple side dish in his lunch.

Cabbage and mini sweet peppers

We can be grateful that God designed our eyes to see beautiful colors and gave us tastebuds with the capacity to enjoy various tastes.

Oxidative Stress and the Aging Process

This week, we are exchanging posts with Brody’s brother, Cassidy and his wife, Katrina. Their website is here.

By: Katrina Rauch

Are you experiencing one or more of the below listed issues:

· Headache/migraine
· Sleep depravation
· Wrinkles
· Fatigue/Low energy
· Anxiety/Depression
· ADD
· Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
· Cancer
· Acne

If any of the above are troubling you, you are experiencing the natural effect of oxidative stress on your body and I’m sure you never even knew it? Am I right? When your body is exposed to oxidative stress on a daily basis it ages faster than it should. We experience oxidative stress simply by walking out side and enjoying the sunshine, having poor eating habits, lack of sleep, or by taking an over-the-counter pain reliever for your headache. I’m sure you never thought about the damage that oxidative stress is having in your body, and the reason I know that is because we never did either! You see, we are in our mid 30’s, and I personally had my “blinders” on when it concerned my health until the day I was told I needed to have 2 surgeries within a few months of each other. Since I was fairly healthy, didn’t get sick much, exercised regularly, ate mostly healthy stuff, I just didn’t think about how my body was functioning. I didn’t think about my cells at all, or what the effects of the environment around me and the foods I was eating were doing to me. When I was told I needed surgeries, I wasn’t freaked out, just annoyed. I made it through both surgeries, but 2 years later with a healed body, I’m just not the same and don’t feel as healthy as I did prior to surgery. In my quest to get back to a very healthy state, I realized that I never was really paying attention to what was the most important part of staying healthy long-term and that was healing and regenerating my cells at a cellular level by something called Nrf2, an internal cellular protein that is something like a thermostat in our cells that manages our stress response.

Thankfully, around that same time I was introduced to an all-natural product, Protandim, that activates Nrf2 and has completely changed how I feel. Fast-forward 1 year to now, and I’m a totally different person. I’ve been taking Protandim every day for the last year and I can tell you that my headaches are gone, I’m sleeping really well, and my energy level has significantly increased.

If you would like to know more about reducing oxidative stress and improving your overall health please download and read this free eBook all about reducing oxidative stress and the aging process. You will learn about how your body is fighting a war at the cellular level and what you see and how you feel on the surface is a direct indication of what is happening deep inside your body. Please enjoy this eBook as a special FREE download.