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Posts by Karen Berrios

Psychology of Cancer: Stage 6 Powerless Anger

Powerless Anger…even just those two words standing alone are so powerfully charged. You can almost feel immediately what powerless anger is. It’s feeling like you are up against something that just isn’t right. Your emotions feel hot and yet you feel hopeless, like there is nothing you can do. A quiet anger. Flower Society describes…

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How Maca Can Help With Thyroid Disorders

Who knew such great power could come from such a tiny adaptogen vegetable? For those of you who are already familiar with maca, you know the amazing benefits this Peruvian superfood can have. In Peru, maca is grown in the mountains. The higher the elevation, typically the better the maca is. It is considered one…

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What is biological/holistic dentistry and How does it differ from the conventional approach?

Biological or holistic dentistry is a type of dental care that emphasizes a treatment approach that considers your oral health in the context of your overall physical health and well-being. It is also known as biocompatible dentistry or alternative dentistry, and involves the use of non-toxic restoration materials. This type of dentistry recognizes and promotes…

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Psychology of Cancer: Stage 5, Resentment

In continuing our series with the psychology of cancer and the 14 stages associated with it, I think resentment (stage 5) is one of the most important ones to cover. Flower Society describes the resentment stage as a time when there are “hidden feelings of bitterness, resentment and sense of having been unjustly treated by…

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WHAT IS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND WHAT IS ITS FUNCTION?

I had the great opportunity to interview one of my favorite doctors. Dr. Cesar Nuñez from Lima Peru, who gave me the great opportunity to respond to this interview in a virtual way, thanks to the advances in technology that we all already have. His experience and knowledge on the subject of cancer are very broad and…

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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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