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Before, to be diagnosed with the big C seemed to be an implied death sentence. Patients even go through a stage of self-denial. Who can blame them? Conventional medicine paints a rather bleak future for cancer patients and the remedy it offers does nothing to improve their quality of life, nausea and falling hair not to mention.

However, the recent breakthroughs in science have allowed a peek into the true nature of cancer, allowing researchers to consider the concept of nutritional care. They are now faced with the idea that preventing and maybe even reversing cancer may not necessarily involve the development of expensive drugs but something already available in nature: food and sunshine! (http://www.naturalnews.com/034286_cancer_prevention_nutrition.html)

Published in Food for Health
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 13:43

Gluten Shmooten, Where's My Bread?

I usually write about my whacky life and this is probably a detour from that, but not completely. Although I have lived the life unusual, it has not been without come-uppance karma. My childhood of the five food groups—sugary, salty, crunchy, greasy, and gooey, plus my early adult life of partying, drinking, smoking, and, well other stuff,  left its toll. One of them was something that seems to be catching up to a lot of us—Gluten allergy and intolerance.

According to people who track this sort of thing, Gluten intolerance is rampant. Just take a look at Amazon's offering for cookbooks and you'll see a lot of gluten free titles. Search "Gluten free" on Amazon and you come up with thousands of titles.

I've read that many people don't even know what's wrong with them, they just feel aweful, have rashes, migraines, digestive problems, joint pain, weakness, depression, and a host of other symptoms. The lucky ones figure out that they have a problem with gluten or wheat—no drugs or surgery required.

Published in Food for Health
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 10:33

Brain Power

brain-powerImprove Your Mind as You Age

Michael J. Gelb and Kelly Howell

Publisher's Description: Virtually everyone fears mental deterioration as they age. But in the past thirty years neuroscientists have discovered that the brain is actually designed to improve throughout life. How can you encourage this improvement? Brain Power shares practical, state-of-the-evidence answers in this inspiring, fun-to-read plan for action. The authors have interviewed physicians, gerontologists, and neuroscientists; studied the habits of men and women who epitomize healthy aging; and applied what they describe in their own lives. The resulting guidance — along with the accompanying downloadable Brain Sync audio program — can help you activate unused brain areas, tone mental muscles, and enliven every faculty.

Published in Health and Healing
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 10:15

A Talk with Stan Goldberg,

author of Leaning Into Sharp Points:

 Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers

Stan Goldberg’s Lessons for the Living won the London Book Festival’s Grand Prize in 2009 and was featured in Best Buddhist Writing of 2010. A private therapist, clinical researcher, and former San Francisco State University professor, he lives in San Francisco. He was named Hospice Volunteer Association’s Volunteer of the Year 2009 and his website is www.StanGoldbergWriter.com.

What’s involved in caregiving? 

Published in Aging
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 10:10

Leaning into Sharp Points

leaning-into-sharp-pointsPractical Guiidance and Guidance Support for Caregivers

Publishers Description: Statistics show that at least once in almost everyone's life, they will become a caregiver. Though an estimated 35 million currently provide care for someone terminally or chronically ill, those who accept this responsibility often feel alone in a frightening foreign land. Whether visiting occasionally or caregiving 24/7, they are brushing up against life's sharpest point. 

As only one who has been there can, author Stan Goldberg offers an honest, caring, and comprehensive guide to those on this journey. Everyone wants to "do the right thing" and this is the often-illusive how-to — from bedside etiquette and practical decisions to initiating difficult conversations, navigating rapid changes, caring for oneself in the midst of caring for another, and even offering "permission" to die. Because death is a process, not an event, Goldberg also addresses the caregiver’s recovery, including their recovery of joy.

Published in Health and Healing

Ethan A. Huff, Staff writer for Natural News.com

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NaturalNews) Researchers in Greece are urging mothers to exclusively breastfeed their babies for at least the first six months of their lives, based on new research findings. According to the study, babies who are exclusively breastfed for the first six months experience fewer infections than those who are either breastfed for a shorter period of time, or fed formula in addition to breast milk.

Published in Health Practices
Saturday, 14 January 2012 13:48

Constant Craving

constant-cravingWhat Your Food Cravings Mean and How to Overcome Them

Publisher's Description:

Do you crave chocolate, bread, cheese, fries, or other foods? If so, there's a reason why, as Doreen Virtue's breakthrough book explains. Each food craving actually corresponds to a specific underlying emotion; so once you understand the meaning behind your particular craving and apply the information and affirmations within these pages, you'll be able to heal your cycle of emotional overeating. 

In addition, you'll read scientific studies about the mood- and energy-altering properties of each food, which will help you see how your appetite perfectly mirrors your emotions. This comprehensive and empowering guide will also show you how to give "food readings" to yourself and others, allowing you to accurately interpret the meaning behind many cravings. 

Published in Health and Healing
Friday, 13 January 2012 11:52

The Power of Self-Healing

the-power-of-self-healingUnlock Your Natural Healing Potential in 21 Days

Forward by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Publisher's Description:

Most of us are no strangers to health problems, illness, or pain, but what if there’s a solution to restore our well-being that doesn’t involve drugs, surgery, or other medical procedures?

Well, there is, and you’ll find it within your own body. That’s right! Your body has a built-in capacity to heal itself—a remarkable system of self-repair that works day in and day out—and improving its ability to heal is within your control.

Published in Health and Healing
Friday, 13 January 2012 11:20


resonanceNine Practices for Harmonious Health and Vitality

Publisher's Description:

In Resonance, internationally respected cell biologist and healing facilitator, Joyce Hawkes, Ph.D., offers the best of science, spirit, and storytelling. Richly detailed with Joyce’s experiences studying shamanic healing in South East Asia and stories of the people she has assisted back to health, this book will allow readers to explore their own ability to heal at every level. They will discover current research and fascinating findings about the language of their cells and how these tiny constituents of the body communicate, connect, and touch. 

Published in Health and Healing
Friday, 30 December 2011 18:33

VIDEO The Health Benefits of Coconut

coconutCoconut and Coconut Milk are the latest boutique "miracle cure," This one, however, seems to have some real science behind it. It has been found to give us a lot of health benefits including help with blood pressure, diabetes, and a lot more. And it is yummy, although many brands are tasteles so pick the good ones. Also use the unsweetened kind and add your own Stevia or Agave Nectar. I sometimes mix it with Almond milk. Really good.

This is a good video on the benefits of Coconut Milk.

Published in Videos
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