“I Can’t Even Walk Without You Holding My Hand”

In all things

Faith already knows that everything that happens fits into a pattern for good to those who love God. An inconvenience is always, whether we see it or not, a blessed inconvenience.” Elisabeth Elliot, www.elisabethelliot.org

Dear Friends,

This is going to be a little different from the previous weeks, but more like my posts of old when i was in the trenches of trying to feel better each day because to be honest, i have been taken back somewhat to those days that i struggled so.  I got sprayed by the mosquito truck a couple of weeks ago walking my dog, and I’ve been taken back down memory lane as I’m continuing to recover.  Has not been a comfortable time, but it’s been a time the LORD has reminded me of my roots, That I can’t even walk with GOD holding my hand.

My friend, gospel singer Tony Greene, went to be with JESUS five years ago this week.  GOD has taken down memory lane listening to some of the songs the Greenes sang that ministered so much to me during a difficult time of suffering in my life and continues to minister to me now. One song in particular was called, “I Can’t Even Walk Without You Holding My Hand.”  I remember the first time i heard Tony share the story how GOD gave the songwriter that song.  It was during a very difficult trial he and his wife were going through. Like most things that really matter in our lives, they come through a time of difficult suffering, and that is when we hear GOD the most.  I love the quote from C.S. Lewis that says, “GOD shouts to us in our pain, and whispers in our joy.” I can relate to that.  I always know I’m in a trial when i hear the LORD’s voice through HIS WORD, and people and other means so much louder. So this week, i wanted to share with you that beautiful song that Tony Greene sang that night at Truth Baptist Church that first penetrated my soul and led me to go to the altar, one of many times, i went to the altar when i went to hear the Greene’s sing. The recording is not at Truth Baptist, but somewhere else Tony sang,it  and I wanted you to get to hear the whole story and song.  I pray that it ministers to your heart as it does mine.

“I Can’t Even Walk” sang by the Greenes


A few weeks ago, one of my friends asked me if she could interview me for a health and healing show she does on her blogsite called http://livehealthyandblessed.com/.  Between her jammed packed schedule and my not feeling well at times, it took us several weeks to get to the interview and i really appreciate her being patient with me. GOD’s timing is perfect and finally one Tuesday night, it worked right for both of us! So below is the link you can watch and hear a whole lot of the health journey that GOD has led me on.  I pray that it will be an encouragement and blessing to those who are looking for answers amidst very difficult health trials. I am very thankful that GOD has brought Plexus into my life at this point in my journey and continues to use it to help me regain my health.  Thank you so much, Melissa Beshore for giving me the opportunity to share my journey:


“Joy, peace, and stability come from believing that every circumstance that touches our lives is part of a great eternal plan that He is working out in this world and in our lives.” Nancy Leigh DeMoss, www.reviveourhearts.com

Let all who take refuge

If you are interested in learning more about Plexus, or have health challenges or spiritual challenges you need help with, please contact me on FB at Mitzi Fowler Evans, or send me an email at mitzi.evans0@gmail.com.  You can order Plexus through my website www.hisgraceissufficient.myplexusproducts.com.  If you order, please order the Triplex, which is the Slim, the BioCleanse, and the Probio5 to help you get going on a great foundation for your health journey.  I will send you an email after you order and be in touch with you to thank you and help you get started on your path to better health!

And thank you so much for your orders that helped me qualify for the Plexus Leader’s Retreat in Washington, D.C.  I really appreciate you so much!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

His Grace is Sufficient,

mitzi evans, RN

Ultrametabolism, Ch.3, Part 3, The Fat Myth

Psalm 139:12-18

13 For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
your works are wonderful,
I know that full well.
15 My frame was not hidden from you
when I was made in the secret place,
when I was woven together in the depths of the earth.
16 Your eyes saw my unformed body;
all the days ordained for me were written in your book
before one of them came to be.
17 How precious to me are your thoughts,[a] God!
How vast is the sum of them!
18 Were I to count them,
they would outnumber the grains of sand—
when I awake, I am still with you.”

I shared this passage last night during our class that i had read just a couple of days after finding out about a medical procedure that had been done to my Mom while i was in my Mother’s womb.  It gives me great peace to know that my FATHER loves me and HE knew all about what was going on while i was inside my Mom, and HE knew what was going on in my Mom’s life.   Yes, it could have affected my health adversely and it certainly did hers in ways.   But there is peace in knowing that “i am fearfully and wonderfully made,” and GOD weaves all that happens into our lives into HIS plan for good.  In my CHRISTian History devotion this morning i read this prayer by Archibald Alexander,

O most merciful GOD!…Thou has a perfect right to dispose of me, in that manner which will most effectively promote thy glory:  And I know that whatever Thou dost is right, and wise, and just, and good…”  

Archibald was born again at the age of 17, after a millright asked him if he believed he had to be born again to enter the kindgom of heaven.  Archibald responded not that he knew of, and the millright told him, “If you had ever experienced this change, you would know something about it!”  Have you ever experience this change in JESUS CHRIST, to be born again?  If not, i pray you would invite HIM today to be your LORD and SAVIOR, and surrender your heart to HIM today.

This week we finished up our study on FATS, Good Fats and Bad Fats, in Ch. 3 of our Ultrametabolism Book, by Dr. Mark Hyman.  Below, i posted a great site to help you get a summary of what fats are good for you and which are bad for you.  You can spend days, looking up the excellent information on the truths and myths about fats and cholesterol,  that are pervasive in culture.   Please take time to look up this website!

Confused about Fats?  Great website..http://www.westonaprice.org/know-your-fats

Ch. 3, Ultrametabolism, The Fat Myth, Dr. Mark Hyman

More Good Fats:   Saturated Fats

Dr. Hyman speaks against dairy fat but not everyone agrees with him. Grass fed (without pesticides) butter is good, according to Sally Fallon, Dr. Prosch and others. According to her Sally Fallon with the Weston Price Foundation, it is America’s best source of the essential vitamins, A, D, and E. For more information on this see the www.westonpricefoundation.org website. Make sure you get grass fed butter if you can. That way it carries the healthier oils, like CLA – conjugated linoleic acid.  Dr. Russell Blaylock  talked about this fat being good for us in grass feed beef in his most recent newsletter. You can look at that newsletter here in the article “Transform Your Health by Eating the Right Fats.” http://w3.newsmax.com/newsletters/blaylock/issues/transform1012/blaylock_transform1012_100.pdf.

 In an article by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, he talks about CLA supplements.  He says they are shown to reduce body fat and increase lean muscle mass.



Getting back to our chapter:

 Dr. Hyman says the human brain is actually made up of 60 percent fat, including a special saturated fat called lauric acid and omega 3 fats.. These fats are also found in our cell membranes and are used as preferred sources of energy by heart cells.

Unrefined Omega 6 Polyunsaturated in small doses:

We are flooded with unhealthy omega 6’s …this is what most of the “bad” polyunsaturated vegetable oils we get either at the grocery or when we go out to eat. It’s very unhealthy and almost everywhere these days. They are NOT cold pressed or expeller pressed and that is what you want so look for that on the label. Otherwise they have been processed or hydrogenated in a way that “hydrogenates,” your cells, and it’s impossible for our body to use these oils efficiently resulting in inflammation, cancer, Alzheimers, arthritis, and all kinds of degenerativedegenerative diseases.

 Healthy Omega 6 oils: expeller or cold pressed

  • sunflower oil
  • grape seed oil
  • safflower oil
  • walnut oil
  • sesame oil

Sally Fallon, on page 9-10 of Nourishing Traditions says that research has shown that too much omega 6 in the diet can interfere with the production of prostaglandins. These are hormones that direct many processes in the cells. When the production of prostaglandins is compromised by too much omega -6 in the diet with too little omega 3, serious problems result including inflammation, hypertension, irritation of digestive tract, depressed immune function, sterility, cell proliferation cancer, and weight gain. Excessive unsaturated fats of infants can interfere with brain development and learning and behavior. On the other hand, dietary saturated fats contribute to optimal utilization of essential fatty acids. Saturated fats are absolutely necessary in the diet, to enhance EFA utilization, supplying quick energy, enhancing the immune system and helping to absorb important vitamins.”

Eggs- Dr. David Brownstein, highly recommends eggs, especially organic eggs, as one of the top five foods. He says that no food has been more vilified than the egg. He said in his August 2012, Newsletter, “Natural Way to Health, “I can assure you that there is no better food in the world than an organic egg…among eggs being the best source of amino acids, they provide rich sources of carotenoids which aid the body with eye disease such as macular degeneration. Eggs are the best source of lutein and zeaxanthin (these carotenoids that aid the body with eye disease). He also says that EGGS provide the body with a healthy source of cholesterol. He says cholesterol is an important substance for maintaining cell integrity and helps proven cancer. Cholesterol does not cause heart disease.He recommends that his patients eat at least two organic eggs a day…unless you are allergic to them.

Bad Fats

Refined Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oil-according to Sally Fallon, in Nourishing Traditions, these oils cause “free radicals” that attack cell walls and red blood cells, and damage DNA/RNA strands, triggering mutations in tissue, blood vessels and skin. Free radicals age the skin causing wrinkles and premature aging. Free radical damage to the tissues and organs sets the stage for tumors. Studies have shown repeatedly a high correlation between cancer and the consumption of polyunsaturates. New evidence links exposure to free radicals with premature aging, auto-immune diseases such as arthritis, to Parkinson’s disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease, Alzheimer’s and cataracts.” Nourishing Traditions, p. 10

“ When free radical damage happens in blood vessels, the body’s natural healing substance, CHOLESTEROL, steps in to repair the damage. Cholesterol is a high molecular weight alcohol manufactured in the liver. Cholesterol has many important roles. Among those are:

  • It acts as a precursor to vital hormones like adrenaline, estrogen and progesterone and to steroids that protect against heart disease and cancer
  • It is a precursor to Vitamin D and to bile salts; bile salts help to digest food
  • It forms a part of lipid membranes in cells, acting as a stabilizer and enters cells in unusually high amounts to give stiffness if the diet is too high in polyunsaturates.
  • Anti-oxidant
  • needed as a receptor for serotonin in the brain. Low serotonin has been linked to aggressive and violent behavior, depression and suicidal tendencies.

Most of the body’s supply of cholesterol is made in the liver-only a small amount of this vital tissue healing substance comes from dietary sources.

Cholesterol is not the cause of heart disease, but, as an anti-oxidant and the body’s tissue healing substance, fights against free radicals in the blood and helps plug arterial damage they cause. However, like fats, cholesterol may be damaged by expose to heat and oxygen, and this can injure cells and build up plaque in the arteries. Damaged cholesterol is found in powdered eggs and milk, and meats and fats that have been heated to high temperatures in frying and other high temperature processes.

High serum cholesterol levels are an indication that the body needs cholesterol to protect its from high levels of altered, free radical containing fats; high cholesterol levels may also be an indication of poor thyroid function (hypothyroidism). Hypothyroid people are susceptible to infections, heart disease and cancer. Cholesterol is needed in a poorly nourished body to protect from a tendency to heart disease and cancer. Blaming coronary heart disease on cholesterol is like blaming the police for murder and theft in a high crime area.

While high levels of cholesterol are a poor indicator of future heart disease, high levels of homocysteine, a protein metabolite, have been positively associated with build up of plaque in the arteries. Folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B 12 and choline are nutrients that lower serum homocysteine levels.

The best way to treat heart disease is not to focus on lowering cholesterol-either by drugs or by diet- but to bolster thyroid function through an improved diet that provides usable iodine; eliminate free radical containing foods that cause the body to need constant repair, avoid vitamin and mineral deficiencies that make the artery walls more prone to ruptures and build up of plaque. Coronary heart disease is a deficiency disease-brought on by a diet low in nutrients and high in harmful free radicals.” Nourishing Traditions, p. 11

Dr. Hyman says to remember that eating cholesterol does not raise your cholesterol. Nearly all the cholesterol in your blood is made from saturated fats (damaged ones) and sugars or refined carbohydrates.

It is important to understand that of ALL the substances ingested by the body, it is POLYUNSATURATED OILS that are most easily rendered dangerous by food processing, especially unstable omega 3 linolenic acid.-Sally Fallon, Nourishing Traditions

These include most commercially available vegetable oils-corn, soy, safflower, and , and “vegetable oil.”

Ugly Fats

Dr. Hyman says the most dangerous of all are the fake “trans fats,” or partially hydrogenated fats. Margarine and shortening are primary examples. They block your metabolism, create weight gain, and increase your risk of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. They are found in nearly every processed or commercially baked or package food because they don’t spoil.

READ food labels and look for those terms, “partially hydrogenated oils,” or hydrogenated. Dr. Sherry Rogers says even in the ones that are labeled “No Trans Fats,” there are hidden trans fats because the FDA has allowed them to have a certain amount of mg of Trans fats….even when they are labeled “NO TRANS FATS.”

Convincing argument

Example of the Greenland Inuit population: Used to consume a diet of 70 percent fat, yet were thin and free of heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. They ate polar bear, seal, artic char, whale, walrus…The fat in these foods was predominantly omega 3 fats and monounsaturated fats. They were a fit race, until recently when they shifted to a diet low in fat and high in processed carbs. This made the population obese in very little time.

The take home message : a diet high in fat is not a bad thing. It is the type of fat that is important.

Learning that fat is not a bad thing is an important step in healing your metabolism. It’s important to incorporate good fats (especially omega 3 fatty acids from wild fish and nuts) into your diet. A low fat diet will not make you lose weight. A diet high in “bad” fats is even worse. The UltraMetabolism Prescription will show us the way to keep good fats in our diet so we can turn on the genes that will make us lose weight and watch the pounds fall away.


  • Low fat diets are a myth our culture has promoted too long. They don’t work and have no scientific evidence to support them.
  • It’s not a question of eating low fat versus high fat diet; it’s a question of the type of fat you eat. Your diet is a powerful messenger that communicates to your metabolism through the messages the fats send by your genes.
  • Essential omega -3 fats are good fats. They come from fish, flaxseed, and nuts, enhance and improve your metabolism, and promote weight loss. Eat more of them.
  • Trans fats are ugly fats that cause weight gain, impaired metabolism, inflammation, and diabetes. Never eat them.

A couple of EXCELLENT RESOURCES for further research, along with Dr. Hyman’s book are  Sally Fallon’s book, Nourishing Traditions, and Udo Erasmus book, Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill. 

Ultrametabolism: The Fat Myth

Ultrametabolism Class: The Fat Myth


 “Not hidden from the Almighty.” Job 24:1

Thy SAVIOR is near thee, suffering, lonely, tempted friend!  Thou art not the plaything of wild chance.  There is a purpose in thy life which JESUS is working out. Let thy spirit flee for rest to CHRIST, and to HIS pierced hand which opens the book of thy life!  Rest thee there!  Be patient and trustful!  All will work out right.  Some day thou wilt understand.  In the meantime, trust HIM “though sun and moon fail, and the stars drop into the dark.”

What thought the way may be lonely,
And dark the shadows fall;
I know where’er it leadeth,
 My FATHER planned it all.
“The sun may shine tomorrow
The shadows break and flee;
Twill be the way HE chooses,
The FATHER’s plan for me.
“HE guides my halting footsteps
Along the weary way,
For well HE knows the pathway
Will lead to endless day.
A day of light and gladness,
On which no shade will fall,
Tis this at last awaits me-
My FATHER planned it all.
“I sing through shade and sunshine,
And trust what’er befall;
HIS way is best-it leads to rest;
My FATHER planned it all.”
“GOD is working out HIS purpose.
   As i began to work on this lesson for the week, i am rather frustrated that i am having so many problems with trying to take something for my thyroid.  I feel irritable, and unsettled, and yet even in my Quiet Time this morning, the LORD was giving me peace that THIS is HIS path for me. Sometimes i confess i don’t like HIS path for my life.  And that is when i am reminded in times like right now that when i don’t feel like giving HIM thanks to give HIM thanks….for this is GOD’s will for me in CHRIST JESUS.”  The above devotion was from Springs in the Valley, Oct. 5,…right on time for my wrestling heart with HIS plans for me.
As I write, i am reminded that CHRIST’s healing and salvation came to me through HIS suffering, death, and resurrectionso does anything that HE would use to reach others for HIM through me.  I want to be a channel of HIS healing to others….am i willing to pay the price?  It must come through my suffering, my death to self, and life in HIM as i abide in HIM. The lesson over and over of the doctors who have helped me so much…their  help to me has come through much cost, financial, time,  and physical suffering to them and their families. So too must mine…
We only covered the first part of Chapter 3 of the Fat Myth….so stay tuned for MUCH more great information next week…

UltraMetabolism: Chapter 3

The FAT MYTH: Eating Fat Makes You Fat

I have been reading a lot of good resources this week about fats and I wish I had time to include all that I have read. I pray the LORD will help me to condense it, and share with you the important points…

In Dr. Hyman’s book, he uses the example of one of his patients who had seen him after his first bypass surgery. He was 42, and he ate a perfect low fat diet, exercised daily, took an aspirin, a cholesterol medication, and a beta blocker to protect his heart. He followed his doctor’s advice perfectly. After 8 years, he developed chest pain again and the angiogram showed his new “bypass” arteries had clogged…the doctor performed an angioplasty where a balloon was inflated inside the artery to correct the blockage. The doctor again advised him to eat even less fat which he did. Over the next year, he had six more angioplasties, and after each one, the doctor further advised him to reduce his fat. He gained weight after each angioplasty. The doctor told him not to worry, as long as his fat intake was low he would be fine. By the time the patient saw Dr. Hyman, he was tired, 30 pounds overweight, and feeling terrible. He told him his low fat diet of pasta, rice, bagels, and potatoes was killing him. His good cholesterol was low, and he had a high triglyceride level as a result of prediabetes, or insulin resistance. He had him cut out the high glycemic load carbs (quickly absorbed refined carbs), eat more nutrient-rich whole foods, including vegetables, fruits, and beans, and add foods containing healthy fats, including olive oil, nuts, seeds, avocados, coconut oil, and fish oil to his diet. Within a few months he has lost 30 pounds, his energy was better than ever, and all his blood work was normal. Despite his growing belly, both he and his doctor believed so strongly that fat makes you fat that they missed the obvious.

Mainstream nutritional science has demonized dietary fat, yet 50 years and hundreds of millions of dollars of research have failed to prove that eating a low fat diet will help you live longer.”- Gary Taubes

Diets high in fat do not appear to be the primary cause of the high prevalence of excess body fat in our society, and reductions in fat will not be a solution.”

-Walter Willet M.D. PH.D

Professor, Harvard School of Public Health

-Refer to Dr. Prosch’s handout here….

Dr. Hyman says that we have been brainwashed to believe that if we eat fat, we will get fat. The U.S. Government (Department of Health and Human Services, 1988), the American Heart Association (19996) and the American Diabetes Association (1997) all recommended a low-fat diet to prevent and treat obesity. It seems logical: if you don’t eat fat, you won’t gain fat. Just one problem-science doesn’t support this…we have been taught to believe this because fat has more calories per gram than carbs. But there is more to the story than calories or fat grams.

The American Paradox: We Eat Less Fat, We Gain More Weight

Recently Dr. Walter Willet and others have shown that high levels of dietary fat do not promote weight gain, and any weight loss from a low fat diet is usually modest and temporary. Two studies published in The New England Journal of Medicine shows that a low-carb diet leads to more weight loss than a low-fat diet.

For over thirty years, Americans have been trying to get healthy by cutting fat our of their diet. But our obesity rate has tripled since 1960 and a full two thirds of our populations is presently overweight. We now have an epidemic of obesity and diabetes in children. Because of the obesity epidemic, for the first time in the history of the human species life expectancy is declining, not increasing, so that children of this generation will live sicker and die younger than their parents.” We are eating less fat than we ever have down 42 percent ofdiet, to 34 percent of our total calories yest, we’re growing fatter….this is the American Paradox.

One of the major reasons is low fat diets are often rich in starchy or sugary carbs. In attempt to avoid fats, we replace with easy access, refined carbohydrates like white flour, white rice, pasta, potatoes, and sugars. These types of carbs raise insulin levels, which in turn promotes weight gain. It’s easy to eat a lot because while fat makes you full, sugar makes you hungrier. We’ll learn more about this in the carbohydrates myth in Ch. 4

There is No Evidence That Fat is Bad For You

There is no scientific evidence to support the idea that a low fat diet contributes to either weight loss or good health. We have been taught that eating fat increases our cholesterol and high cholesterol causes heart attacks. From this we conclude that decreasing the fat in our diet would lead to fewer heart attacks. But while death from heart disease seems to be dropping, the number of people acquiring heart disease is not. American Heart Associations own stats show that between 1979 and 1996, medical procedures for heart disease increased from 1.2 million to 5.4 million a year. Heart disease isn’t decreasing with the low fat diet America has adopted; we are just better at treating heart disease once it does exists.

A famous study, the Lyon Heart Study, had to be stopped early because people eating the low fat, American Heart Association diet were dying, while those eating the healthy higher-fat Mediterranean diet, including olive oil, olives, nuts, avocados, and fish, were doing fine.

A more recent study found that over 10 years, healthful lifestyle practices in an older population (70-90 year olds) including a higher fat Mediterranean diet, moderate physical activity, nonsmoking status, were associated with nearly a 70% reduction in death from any cause.

The most absurd study is the U.S. Government spent nearly 100 million on the Harvard Nurses health study to see if there was any correlation between dietary fat and heart disease. Th study ultimately found that there was no connection between the two, but the government refused to change public policy, which had been built on the idea that a low-fat diet was a healthier way to eat years before the study was complete. Dr. Willett the lead researcher and spokesperson for the project, even publicly decried the government’s reaction as “scandalous,” but there was no effect. Public policy for a low-fat diet is still on the books to this day, though it was adopted without a shred of evidence.

The TRAGIC part of this scandalous decision is the fact that U.S. Policy on low fat diets has contributed to an epidemic of obesity diet, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer related disorders by encouraging Americans to adopt a low-fat and recommending in the 1992 USDA Food Pyramid that its healthy to eat six to eleven servings of cereal, rice, bread, and pasta in place of fat. This pattern of eating has been proven to contribute to every one of these fatal health conditions.

How Pharmaceutical Companies and the Food Industry Are Conspiring to Keep You Fat

To make matters worse, the publics belief in the myth that surrounds dietary fat has been supported by the pharmaceutical and food industries. The sad truth is there is a great deal of evidence to suggest that they have promoted these unfounded, unhealthy beliefs simply for financial gain.

Drug companies would have us believe that”bad” or LDL cholesterol is the single biggest factor in the development of heart disease. The truth is the determining factor is the ration of your total cholesterol to your “good.” or HDL. Easy way to remember which cholesterol is good “H” in HDL is for happy, “L” in LDL is for “lousy.” The pharmaceutical companies promote this unfounded belief not because there is scientific evidence that supports this but because the main class of drugs available for treating high cholesterol are statins, which mostly lower LDL, and these drugs are among the best selling drugs in history. (My note, Dr. Sherry Rogers, www.prestigepublishing.com has been warning for years, the dangers of statin drugs in her Total Wellness newsletters and her book, The Cholesterol Hoax.

Interesting fact here by Dr. Hyman is that the ratio between your total cholesterol and your HDL is almost entirely determined by the type and amount of carbohydrates you eat, not by the amount of fat you consume.

The chart on P. 32 of the book, UltraMetabolism illustrates clearly that “bad” carbohydrates are by far the greatest culprit between worsening the ratio between your total cholesterol level and your HDL level. ( My Note: This goes along with the information that Dr. Gus Prosch shared with me almost 20 years ago…the beginning of heart disease came along not when our grandparents ate butter, lard, and animal fats…but when they made vegetable oils and put them through a hydrogenation process. Also, when they took the Vitamin E oils out of bread, and refined the flour so that the bread could stay on the shelf longer. These are the culprits for the heart disease, ….the bad “fats,” and refined carbohydrates, along with pollutants in our environment, such as cadmium we get from car exhaust and other heavy metals which contribute to plaque buildup ) .

Bad” carbs are a staple of the food industry and the low-fat diet. Shifting from refined carbs such a bread, pasta, rice, and sugar to “good” (healthy) carbs such as vegetables, whole grains, and fruit would lead to a drastic reduction in all the diseases of aging and obesity. 

We will continue with “ALL FATS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL,” next week.

Thanks so much for taking time to read…and if there is anything i can help you with, please let me know.  GOD bless you!

Below are some miscellaneous websites that you may find helpful:


http://www.healthcentral.com/multiple-sclerosis/cf/slideshows/10/1/?ap=825-Inflammation-right kind of fats reduce inflammation, extra virgin olive oil, borage oil, coconut oil, grass fed beef

http://www.naturalnews.com/006587_Healing_foods_molasses.html-Omega 3’s great for mental health, depression, along with molasses, and other healing foods.