Archive for February 2018
The Dangers of EMFs
When I was first diagnosed with cancer I started to wonder why it seems like cancer has become so widespread. Why is it that nearly everyone over the age of, say, 40, has either had cancer themselves or has a close friend or family member who has had cancer? I just don’t remember this being…Read More
Is Forgiveness for You or Others?
I’m sure most of us have endured endless offenses throughout our journey of life. Some may come across as harmless and others are well… just plainly unforgivable. But what happens when you consciously intend to forgive your offender but deep down you can’t let go of the pain, sorrow and harm the offense has caused…Read More
VALENTINE’S DAY TRUFFLES
Ingredients: Filling 1: 5 ounces almond milk 5 ounces cacao powder 1 3/4 ounces oat flour 2-3 tablespoons yacon syrup Filling 2: 2 well-ripe bananas 5 1/2 ounces oatmeal 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract Almond butter (I use JEM) Filling 3: 1 cup seedless dates 1/2 cup almonds or chopped nuts 5 ounces cacao powder 2-3 tablespoons yacon syrup 1/2 teaspoon…Read More
Are You Cleaning Your House with Toxins?
Since I was first diagnosed with thyroid cancer I have made significant changes in my life and lifestyle. I’ve learned a great deal about nutrition and healing. I’ve changed my internal dialogue, implemented numerous therapies, drastically changed my diet, and much more. A big part of this process has involved changing the products that I…Read More
CHICKPEAS AND SWISS CHARD GUIDE
Ingredients: 1 cup chickpeas 4 3/4 cups with water A little bit of oregano Salt to taste 3 tablespoons coconut oil 1/4 cup chopped red onion 1/2 teaspoon ground garlic 2 cups Swiss chard leaves (in thick strips, separate them from their stalk or trunk) Preparation: The night before, rinse the chickpeas 2-3 times. Place it…Read More