RSSCategory: Cancer Nutrition

Jun

11

Why You Need Iodine for Breast Health and Overall Health

Today’s article is  about a very important topic and was submitted by Yvette Benoit, a student in my Energy Recharge Practitioner Certification Program. I’ve written about te importance of iodine for thyroid health.  This article reviews the importance of iodine for breast health. Why You Need Iodine for Breast Health and Overall Health By Yvette […]

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May

21

The Critical Role of Iodine Balance for Optimal Energy

Iodine is an essential mineral. It has a number of essential functions in your body, including thyroid balance. Here in the west, we are suffering from an epidemic of thyroid deficiency. Dr. David Brownstein has written an entire book about iodine.  It’s called Iodine: Why You Need It and Why You Can’t Live without It. […]

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Oct

1

Stop Making Cancer, Health-Seeker

Food Cravings hit everyone…and when Dr. Ritamarie travels, the first thing she dives into at home is arugula…find out how to make a delicicious arugula dish

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Oct

26

Healing Cancer: How Your Emotions are Essential to Recovery

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When it comes to cancer, our emotions trigger a cascade of physiologic and biochemical changes which leads to either healing or disease. Find out how you can heal by changing your underlying emotions.

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Aug

31

Arugula: Nature’s Viagra! Come-Hither Collard Wraps Raw Food Recipe

A raw food collard green and arugula recipe that will rise to any occasion and satisfy!

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Apr

13

What Dangers Lurk Within Hospital Walls

I visited the hospital a few weeks ago.  Not for me or any of my kids…fortunately.  My brother in law was diagnosed with lung cancer late last year and has been in the hospital for over two months after complications as a result of surgery. He opted for conventional treatment of his cancer, as most […]

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Mar

20

Raw Foods Recipes: Quick and Easy Healthy Meals for BUSY People on the Run

3 Simple strategies for preparing healthy Meals EVEN when you’re SUPER BUSY   Last week I shared about how to fit exercise into your life…even if you’re super busy.  I wrote an article about burst training and posted a video on You tube. This week I’d like to share how to eat really well, even […]

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Feb

27

Boosting Your Nutrition and Protect Your Health with Brussels Sprouts

Lately I’veave been craving Brussels sprouts.  The odd part is I’ve never really liked Brussels sprouts. It all started one evening when my husband was out and I decided to surprise him with one of his favorite vegetables – Brussels sprouts. A friend had said her favorite way to make them was roasted.  I’d never […]

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Jul

18

Hormone Imbalance Video and Self Assessment

When your hormones are in balance, you feel great: energetic and joyful. But, when your hormones get out of balance, it’s time to self-assess!

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Jul

1

Green Smoothies vs Green Juice, Fruit Friend or Foe, and Other Controversial Topics

The green smoothie versus green juice debate is a hot topic these days. Find out how each choice compares!

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Jul

1

Kelp – Magic from the Sea to Combat Adrenal and Thyroid Fatigue and Create Vibrant Health

Kelp: With nutritional benefits that affect cancer, thyroid, cardiovascular disease, immunity, and menopause, maybe it’s time you add a little “under the sea” to your plate!

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May

31

39 Quick and Easy Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Getting Cancer

Your body makes cancer cells every day and also has the ability to destroy cancer cells before they create a problem. Your choices determine how you stay safe and healthy.

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May

31

Living Foods that Protect You from Cancer: BROCCOLI SPROUTS

Broccoli sprouts are a dietary means to chemically reducing cancer risk, and the benefits don’t end there!

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May

31

Healing Cancer with Diet, Determination and Exercise

In 1982, at the age of 47, Ruth Heidrich got the shock of her life.  She was diagnosed with breast cancer.  At the time, she considered herself healthy and fit.  After all, she ran marathons and ate what was considered a healthy diet.   After a modified radical mastectomy to remove the tumor, she was told […]

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May

22

Cancer, Heart Disease and Chronic Fatigue: It’s Not Worth The Risk

Find out how to avoid the 5 risks that most people take on a daily basis when it comes to cancer, heart disease, and chronic fatigue.

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