Month: August 2012

Stop Making Cancer

“It’s not often difficult getting rid of the cancer…The problem is keeping it gone.” – Thomas Lodi, MD If just eliminating the cancer was the solution, then the cure rate for cancer would be significantly higher. We all have cancer cells in our body. When you create...

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Make Your Workout Fun!

Make Your Workout Fun!

Exercise. A word dreaded by many, loved by others. It’s what helps keep our bodies in shape, strong and ready to take on the world. Without it, we turn into couch potatoes with pot bellies and a myriad of health issues. If you dread your exercise routine, you will...

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There’s a Pill for That

There’s a Pill for That

We live in a time where there is a pill for just about anything that ails you. Aches and pains? There’s a pill for that. Tired? There’s a pill for that. Overweight? There are hundreds of pills for that. But these pills just cause more ailments. They may solve one...

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4 Treatments Your Doctors May Not Know About

4 Treatments Your Doctors May Not Know About

Julia Schopick believes there are 4 treatments that doctors really should prescribe routinely for life-threatening conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, epilepsy and liver disease. Yet, because of concerns that have nothing to do with...

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3 “Dip-licious” Raw Food Recipes for Busy Lives on the Go

[email protected] www.DrRitamarie.com Tell a friend! Forward this e-mail to a friend! Not subscribed yet? Don’t miss an issue! Personal Note from Dr. Ritamarie Feature Article: Dr. Ritamarie’s Raw Food on the Run: “Grab n’ Go” Meals that Are Good for You Events Radio Appearances About Dr. Ritamarie Energy Recharge Resources Dr. Ritamarie Recommends Recipes and Recharge Goodies July 27th, 2012 Volume 2, Issue 29 Tears, Transitions, and Trapeze Bars I am getting ready to take a well-deserved vacation. My cozy little family of 4 will be getting on the road beginning August 6th and heading to Florida where my older son, Eric, is going to attend college. I am teary eyed as I write this, remembering how emotional it was to drop Eric off at kindergarten. Now he’ll be 1500 miles away and I won’t see him for months. My “baby” will be on his own, and I will miss his hugs at the end of the day! Transitions are a double edged sword. Leaving behind the familiar and stepping into the unknown can be frightening. My kids went to a camp last week, sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Church. One of the things they did was a ropes course […]

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