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50% OF WOMEN, 33% OF MEN WILL BE DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER. ARE YOU PREPARED TO MAKE THE BEST CHOICE OF TREATMENT?

Pretend the people standing in camouflage represent CANCER CELLS. Pretend the people kneeling in orange represent HEALTHY CELLS. If a powerful bomb was positioned as in this photograph and allowed to detonate, there is a good chance many (if not all) of the cancer cells would be destroyed. There is also a good chance that […]

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The $2,000,000.00 Cost To A Family To Save A Child From A Cancer Diagnosis

Cancer is one of the most feared diagnoses anyone faces. This fear is exponentially compounded when a doctor informs a parent their child has this dreaded disease. We assume the health care system maintains the highest ethical and moral standards providing thorough evaluations and treatment recommendations based on their comprehensive evaluation practices. Have you ever […]

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STARVE A COLD, FEED YOUR CANCER SUGAR?

After reading a quote that David Just (researcher of the Cornell Center For Behavioral Economics) made to the Chicago Tribune pertaining to junk food and weight, I required the use of both hands to close my mouth! Mr. Just stated, “For 95 percent of the country, there is no relationship between how much fast food […]

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THE 67% SOLUTION TO BETTER HEALTH

As a doctor that believes solutions must be created taking into account the REAL WORLD and the likelihood for people to REALISTICALLY apply the changes suggested, this article intends to inform its readers about foods often believed to be healthy that might be interfering with weight loss as well as causing inflammatory dangers and disease […]

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Diabetes, Obesity, Cancer: The Missing Component

. Disease is a state of ill health RESULTING FROM an imbalance or multiple imbalances within our bodies. It is (in general,) NOT SOMETHING WE “CATCH.” It is important to recognize this subtle difference because it changes our approach to battling infections and diseases. Diabetes, Obesity and Cancer are merely examples of this imbalance. Most […]

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“If Healthy Food Was Cheap I’d Buy It!”

For so long people have been chanting the mantra, “If Healthy Food Was Cheap I’d Buy It and Eat It!” I’m not sure they would because: People seem to eat what they want They have never taken the time to calculate the cost difference Most people don’t eat for health; they eat for taste, fullness […]

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MILK, Does A Body Good (Or Does It?)

When I was growing up, milk was a staple in my daily food supply. I would generally have a glass of milk at least three times a day. I was required to drink this because it was “good for me” and helped my bones and body grow and strengthen. Milk was considered an excellent source […]