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Susan U. Neal

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Susan’s desire is to improve the health of the body of Christ. She has her RN and MBA degrees, as well as a master’s in health science. She is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach with the American Association of Christian Counselors. She published three books, Scripture Yoga a #1 Amazon best-selling yoga book, Yoga for Beginners which ranked #3, and 7 Steps to Get Off Sugar and Carbohydrates. She published two sets of Christian Yoga Card Decks, “How to Receive God’s Peace” and “Fruit of the Spirit” and two Christian Yoga DVDs, God’s Mighty Angels and What the Bible Says About Prayer. Her two digital products Eat to Live with a Low-Carbohydrate, Low-Glycemic, Anti-Inflammatory Diet, and How to Prevent, Improve, and Reverse Alzheimer’s and Dementia are great resources for attaining optimal health. Susan blogs and provides healthy menus, recipes, and corresponding grocery lists on HealthyLivingSeriesBlog.com. 

Seven-Day Plan for Getting Off Sugar and Carbs

By following the seven-day outline below you will feel better, gain clarity of mind, increase your energy, and improve your health. The following eating...

Healthy Eating Guidelines to Improve Your Health and Wellbeing

The following healthy eating guidelines are my secret to maintaining optimal weight and brain health. This is a low-carbohydrate, low-glycemic, anti-inflammatory eating plan, which...

Support System Crucial to Health Transformation

We need both a physical and spiritual plan and support system for getting off sugar and refined carbohydrates.

Harmful vs. Beneficial Foods for Optimum Health and Weight

Processed foods are the foods contained in boxes and bags in the aisles of the grocery store and should be avoided for optimal health and weight. These foods are far from their harvested form.

Modern Wheat Makes Today’s Bread Harmful

Did you know a slice of bread will raise your blood-sugar level higher than a teaspoon of sugar? For centuries, people flourished by consuming bread, however, wheat is not the same today as it was one hundred years ago

Five Steps to Freedom from Addiction

It’s amazing that everyone in our culture has not fallen into the food addiction trap. Entitlement leads to indulging, which leads to addiction. It is a slippery slope once you take your first bite of that addictive food.

Food Addiction Leads to Weight Gain and Poor Health

Over half of Americans live with a chronic illness, primarily due to the food addiction and an overconsumption of sugar and refined carbohydrates.

7 Steps to Improve Your Health

Seven steps to help you improve your energy level, clarity of mind, and overall health, to lose weight naturally.