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A New Look at Cancer Prevention, #3: Eating from the 4 Food Kingdoms

By |November 29th, 2018|Cancer, Food as Medicine|

In this third series on cancer prevention , we will focus on Eating from the Four Kingdoms. (See articles #1 Promoting Nature’s Rhythms in your Body and #2 A Critical Factor: Managing Stress).  A recent article on the GreenMed Info website tells us “Plants cure cancer, not chemicals”. The well-referenced article explains how phytocompounds affect cancer stem cells’ self-renewal, metabolism and microenvironment. In other words, real foods regulate our cells on a daily basis. Choosing the right foods greatly increases our chances of not getting cancer. Nature (Holistic […]

How Ebola’s Most Lethal Aspect Works And What’s the Rest of the Story?

By |November 5th, 2014|Allergies & Autoimmune, Chinese Medicine, Chocolate, Drugs, Environmental Health, Food as Medicine|

How Ebola’s Most Lethal Aspect Works
And What’s the Rest of the Story?
“As noted by (renowned viral expert) Dr. Robert Rowen, Ebola hijacks your immune system and suppresses it. Once your immune system realizes the virus is there, it launches a cytokine storm, and it is this cytokine storm that leads to massive tissue destruction and capillary leakage.” – Dr. Mercola’s article published on 11-4-14
Sensationalism and Fear abound in the news media about this potentially-deadly disease. And, it’s time for a dose of Natural Medicine and Sanity on this topic, don’t you think? First of all, here are some of […]

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Got Diabetes? (or know someone who is on that road?)

By |August 5th, 2014|Diabetes, Food as Medicine|

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Do you know that the pre-diabetic stage typically lasts 5-6 years before full-blown diabetes sets in?   There is literally a bill in Congress to address diabetes right now. Why?  Because Diabetes is becoming a health Tsunami tragedy which cannot be denied.  One in four people in America are affected.

 

That means many people  you know may be on the dangerous road to diabetes, and they may not know it yet.  They are statistically setting themselves up for an earlier death from stroke, heart attack, infection, or kidney failure (not to mention […]

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