Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Prevent Cancer By Changing Your Diet

Every day I hear of more and more people who have cancer. Today a friend told me of her relative who had colon cancer. After her surgery her doctor recommended chemotherapy as a preventative measure. She had a devastating reaction to the chemo and has been in the hospital for a month now. I think the day will come that we will view chemotherapy as barbaric as bloodletting.

    " Several thousand years ago, whether you were an Egyptian with migraines or a feverish Greek, chances are your doctor would try one first-line treatment before all others: bloodletting. He  would open a vein with a lancet or sharpened piece of wood, causing blood to flow out and into a waiting receptacle. If you got lucky, leeches might perform the gruesome task in place of crude instruments.
 In 1799, George Washington awoke with a bad sore throat and began to decline rapidly. A proponent of bloodletting, he asked to be bled the next day, and physicians drained an estimated 5 to 7 pints in less than 16 hours. Despite their best efforts, Washington died the next day, leading to speculation that excessive blood loss contributed to his demise."

   Please do all you can to prevent cancer. Read "The China Study," by T. Collin Campbell, view the video, "Forks Over Knives," and the new book "The pH Miracle for Cancer," by Dr. Robert Young.
More than twenty years ago I had chronic fatigue for more than five years. I recovered, but my immune system was fragile. Within a short time I found out I had liver cancer. My doctor knew, and I knew, I could not do chemotherapy. It would have killed me. He put me on a vegan diet and I have remained vegan all of hose years. Cancer cannot survive in an alkaline environment.

Prevent cancer by reducing stress, exercising and sweating to remove toxins from your body, and eating an alkaline diet. Remember, sugar feeds cancer. I just read this excerpt today," Controlling the body's systemic pH balance during a person's life, using either an alkalinizing diet and/or buffering strategies, may help a lot in preventing the vast majority of diseases, including cancer. By the same token therapies based on alkalization may help in curing or at least stabilizing many incurable diseases, including a global nightmare such as cancer today. The pH Miracle for Cancer will help in understanding more on this issue."
Stefano Fais, MD, PhD, Head Anti-Tumor Drug Section, The National Institute of Health

Check out my older blogs for a healing cleansing alkaline diet.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

I Recovered from Chronic Fatigue & Fibromaglia on Kindle

My book, "I Recovered from Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia," is now on Kindle and can be checked out from their library.  If you have questions or comments, please let me know. The book is dedicated to all those who struggle with debilitating illness, yet have hope for recovery.
May God hold you in the hollow of his hand and may angels watch over you.
Your body has the intelligence it needs to heal itself.                                                      

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Healthy Foods

Healthy foods include beets, bell peppers,  broccoli, avocados, celery, spinach, almonds, almond milk, coconuts, cabbage, brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, millet, quinoa, anything green, almond butter, some ocean fish, salmon, brown rice, brown rice crackers or rice cakes, grapefruit, lemons, limes, tomatoes, sprouts,,,,(sunflower, etc.) Ezekiel sprouted tortillas or Ezekiel bread, salads, buckwheat, cucumbers (most alkaline food you can eat), veggie burgers, carrots, cauliflower, chard, garlic jicama, kale, onions parsley. kale, squash, zucchini, soy milk brazil nuts , pumpkin seeds, wild rice, free range turkey.

 All of these foods are healing. Check out my blog for a cleansing, healing alkaline diet.
For lunch I like cooked buckwheat noodles, drizzle with grapeseed oil, dill or other seasoning, sea salt, chopped raw broccoli, avocado, and tomatoes. You could also add almondrella cheese if you want.
Ten foods you should never eat. Chicken, pork, dairy, corn syrup, alcohol, vinegar, sugar, chocolate, soy sauce and miso.