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Exercise for Cancer? No ratings yet.

Exercise to prevent and keep Cancer from returning? Are you kidding me? Who feels like exercising when they have stage 3 or 4 cancer? You should. Old school medicine said to go home, take it easy, get plenty of rest, right? WRONG! Harvard says Exercise for Cancer! Here’s what I mean: “A 2005 study by […]

Is there a link between Gluten and Cancer? No ratings yet.

Is Gluten Free a fad or a real issue? We hear it all the time and now we see it in grocery stores. Gluten Free! And, sometimes it’s on packages that have never been or never will contain gluten, like vegetables, meat and water. But for those who have been diagnosed as having Celiac, or […]

Treat the Tumor or the Patient? No ratings yet.

Should we be treating The Patient or the Tumor? It’s an age old question, treat the Patient or the Tumor? Modern cancer therapies are primarily concerned with ridding the body of tumors. If the tumor shrinks or disappears, modern therapies of chemo, radiation, considers the therapy a success, even if the patient died. If the […]

5 Cancer Victor Tips No ratings yet.

1. Believe and trust God for your healing. The Bible is alive, stand firm on his promise, knowing that he is good and faithful. Find Christians who believe in healing and have them pray over you. 2. Surround yourself with positive people who fill each day with encouragement and laughter. Choose to enjoy the good […]

Detox Salad Recipe No ratings yet.

A detox is a bit like an oil change for your car. It can help to eliminating toxins from the body and help to enhance weight loss and optimum health. Recipe:  1. 150 g mixed leafy greens (cos, butter lettuce, iceberg,rocket, spinach, micro greens etc) 2. 1/2 avocado 3. sprinkle of pumpkin seeds 4. sprinkle […]

Detoxifying the Body No ratings yet.

Do you know the category of the best-selling, most self-prescribed health product in America? Not weight-loss products. Laxatives. Each year, Americans spend more than 700 million on laxatives. A recent study showed that the United States has the highest rate of laxative use compared to several developed countries. To put it plainly, Americans are constipated. […]

The Role of Fish Oil in Cancer Treatment No ratings yet.

Fish oil is a uniquely rich source of the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). A small structural difference distinguishes these fatty acids from the omega-6 fatty acids found in plant derived oils. EPA and DHA have a valuable role to play in cancer treatment. A number of studies show that a diet rich […]

10 Easy Steps to an Active Lifestlye No ratings yet.

Here are some tips that can help you move from a sedentary lifestyle two more active one. To begin, just move of more. Becoming an active person can involve thousands of tiny little choices you make throughout your day to move around. See if these ideas can spark other ideas. 1. Start taking the stairs […]

Use it or Lose it No ratings yet.

Scientists once believed that as a species, what we stopped using we would eventually lose. If that were true, we would be in serious trouble. People as a whole are more sedentary and overweight than ever before. Given the extensive research substantiating the numerous health benefits of regular exercise doesn’t change this fact that many […]

Moderate Exercise: A Major Offensive for Cancer Prevention No ratings yet.

It is not difficult to understand that the easiest and best way to beat cancer in your own body is through prevention. This offensive strategy against disease requires a lifestyle that should be pursued by everyone living in today’s environment. If you have had cancer or are in remission, if you have cancer now or […]