In thanksgiving, always, let us pray…
Today we give thanks for our many blessings, as we pray for those in need.
We give thanks for our family and friends, as we pray for those who are lonely.
We give thanks for our freedoms, as we pray for those who are oppressed.
We give thanks for our good health, as we pray for those who are ill.
We give thanks for our comfort and prosperity, as we share our blessings with others.
On this day of thanksgiving, may the love of God enfold us, the peace of God dwell within us, and the joy of God uplift us.
Amen.” [Thanksgiving Prayer by St. Vincent Meals On Wheels; per catholic.org]
The following is a re-post from last November, the month The Way to Nourish for Life was born (and me, too).
God bless. Taste and see! ♥Eileen Frank, RD
“A Fruitful New Way Begins—In Thanksgiving”…
[5 Fruitful Reasons to love the Cranberry provided]
Today is our very first “Let’s Be Fruitful” feature! How fitting, then, to begin with……
The North American Cranberry – just in time for Thanksgiving, of course – But it’s really a fruit to be grateful for all year long! Check out these5 fruitful reasonswhy.
THE CRANBERRY IS:
2.) Unique: The Cranberry’s proanthocyanidins (PACs) are “A-type” [rather than B-type present in most other fruits], which are credited for giving the cranberry its special anti-adhesion properties, known to be of benefit to the Urinary Tract system (anti-infection).
3.) Multi-Talented: These unique PAC compounds are now believed to benefit other areas throughout the body, including the:
●Cardiovascular system (due to anti-atherosclerosis properties);
●Gastrointestinal system (potentially anti-ulcer & anti-cancer of the…
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