What Do Antioxidants Do To Cancer Cells?

Let’s talk about Antioxidants and how they relate to cancer. You know that I love a diet full of antioxidants. The more variety of antioxidants, the better. I am a big believer that food is medicine and what you put in your mouth is one step closer to helping you or harming you. Antioxidants are…

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Psychology of Cancer: Helplessness Stage 4

In continuing our series on the Psychology of Cancer, I am excited to get to the fourth stage, helplessness. Excited because I have some very intricate thoughts around this stage and I hope I can offer perspective that you can use for yourself. I believe emotions are part of our human nature. They give us…

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How To Detox Your Body From Radiation?

Whenever there is a radiation disaster in the world, we never forget. Chernobyl, the Fukushima power plant in Japan, radioactive bombs, or even when simply radiation is detected in rain water. Radiation is scary! But it can also be used to kill cancer cells. Cancer patients are well aware that many treatments include radiation. Cancer.gov…

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Are you a victim of Unbelief?

Do you live with a sense of expectation? With eager anticipation of your desired outcome? In looking for our healing I honestly think we all start out with this intention that healing is possible. However, once we hear doctors’ statistics and the opinion of others, we somehow manage to partner with what has not happened…

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Psychology of Cancer Stage 3: Hopelessness

The third stage in the Psychology of Cancer is Hopelessness. This is typically the stage where the person feels like there is no end in sight to this hardship. I understand the feeling of “What can I even do?” or “What is the point? This is out of my control” but I want to remind…

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Why Green Juice Is Good For Digestion

I love my green juice. First thing in the morning, as an afternoon treat, or as a mocktail in the evening. There is no bad time for a green juice in my book! Before my cancer diagnosis, you would rarely catch me with a green drink. It just wasn’t my thing and I didn’t know…

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Hope, Gratitude and the Supernatural

It is difficult to cultivate hope and gratitude when facing difficult situations, especially now with the current events, we are all facing. The ongoing world challenges, financial crises, natural disasters, political agendas and so much more. What if on top of that we are facing cancer? It is hard to imagine to not only deal…

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What are the Benefits of Camu Camu?

If you have not heard of camu camu, let me tell you, it is one powerful little fruit!  In Peru, this fruit has been celebrated for thousands of years for it’s healing and medicinal properties. You might see it pop up in fancy smoothie and juice shops as an “add-in”… but it’s so much more…

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What All Cancer Patients Need to Know About Covid-19

This pandemic has sure brought about some lowly emotions hasn’t it? Anxiety, fear, depression… all emotions that vibrate at a low level and don’t serve us whatsoever. Cancer is not for the faint of heart. Covid is not for the faint of heart. And those dealing with cancer or newly in remission from cancer knowing…

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Psychology of Cancer Stage 2: Grief and Despair

In continuing our series about the psychology of cancer, we went over that there were 14 stages that one goes through on their cancer journey. The first was shock, and the second is Grief and Despair. Let’s go over this second stage. At this point in time, the person can be living in deep grief…

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