The Japanese Diet

ImageThe Japanese diet is considered as one of the healthiest diets in the world.

There is a misconception as to why the Japanese are so slim and healthy. People believe that the Japanese eat less, but they, on the contrary, do enjoy eating.

Although Japanese women spend more money on food, they actually consume fewer calories compared to women in European countries.

Eating celery for winter blues

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There is a proverb "eat more celery then run more cheerfully".

And it is right! Celery is the inexhaustible source of good spirit and health all the year round. This plant is rich in vitamin PP, K, C, groups B and E. Also there are salts of potassium, sodium, iron, magnesium, zinc and manganese. There are many essential oils in celery.

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Ghana, West Africa 2015

Those who attended:
Pastor Anna Overstreet of the IGL
Sis. Carlene Sullivan attends IGL
Sis. Karla Bower from Campbellsville, KY, visits the IGL

Ghana, West Africa 2016

April

Those who attended:
Pastor Anna Overstreet of the IGL
Sis. Angie Hicks attends IGL
Sis. Doris Darst attends IGL
Bro. Scott Darst attends IGL

Missionary trip to Ghana, West Africa

Ghana, West Africa 2017

CTOBER 22ND TO OCTOBER 30TH, 2017

Those who attended:
Pastor Anna Overstreet of IGL
Sis. Doris Darst attends IGL
Bro. John Gunter, Jr. attends IGL
Sis. Eileen Myers from Morganton, NC, Evangelist that ministers at IGL
Sis. Drema Milburn from Willisburg, KY, Evangelist that ministers at IGL
Sis. Amy Fannin from Lebanon, KY, attends Assembly of God and visits IGL
Sis. Leslie Downs from Lebanon, KY, attends Assembly of God and visits IGL.

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