Tag: Nutrition

Several times a day, you are put in the driver’s seat of choosing how to fuel your body. Making proper dietary decisions will help your body regain balance.

Yes, food can contribute to cancer. In fact, processed foods – those high in sugar and low in fiber and nutrients – have been linked to higher cancer risk. But there are healthy options (that taste good, too). We’ll dive into some of the science behind different diets, including plant-based. But the basics are simple: […]

Cancer (or any disease) simply cannot exist in someone with a healthy immune system. Watch this short video as 17 experts, researchers, medical doctors, and cancer survivors discuss the importance of the immune system: As you heard in the video, a healthy immune system is the most important thing in the fight against cancer. Bob […]

Can you imagine the world without cancer? Dr. Margaret Cuomo says it’s a dream that can become a reality. There are 4,600 new cases of cancer reported each day. In A World Without Cancer, Dr. Cuomo highlights 10 lifestyle changes to lower the risk of cancer while improving the quality of life. A World Without Cancer […]

Why worry about naturally preventing cancer (or any other disease, for that matter)? Surely, it’s no longer necessary. After all, we live in an age of incredible medical and technological discoveries.  It’s truly amazing to see the advancements mankind has made in the last century alone. From reattaching limbs to organ transplants, we are truly […]

Kale is a nutrient-dense “superfood” that has a tremendous range of health benefits that exceeds its individual nutrient properties. It is classified along with collards, Brussel sprouts, cabbage and other vegetables within the Brassica family. The Brassica vegetables are rich in phytonutrients containing sulfur and powerful antioxidants. Of all the super-food nutrients found in kale, […]

Beets are popular among athletes and are widely used to help enhance performance and endurance. Research has also linked beet juice to naturally fighting inflammation, increasing stamina, and even reducing blood pressure. They are a rich source of nutrients and fiber and work well in any juice recipe. Try this high energy, cleansing juice recipe […]

Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) is an essential nutrient found in Brassica vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, and collard greens. Diindolylmethane (DIM) is the digestion derivative of indole-3-carbinol via condensation formed in the acidic environment of the stomach. If you are going to use I3C as a nutritional supplement (and you may want to consider this after reading this article), […]

You may not realize it, but people have been supplementing vitamins and minerals for thousands of years. It is a common misconception that our ancestors only ate off of the land, and most people are not aware that ancient cultures treated nutritional deficiency with whatever crude methods that were available to them at the time. […]

It was a noble ambition: “Prevention of diseases, not cure, or treatment, should be society’s foremost goal” — one that Dr. Hulda Clark relentlessly pursued within the naturopathic medicine field. Hulda Clark earned Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in biology at the University of Saskatchewan. Clark continued her studies at McGill University […]

Believe it or not, the most dangerous appliance in your kitchen is the refrigerator. Not because it omits deadly radiation or undetectable fumes from the motor, but because it has single-handedly taken people away from fermenting foods; a mainstay of life for literally thousands of years. As far as recorded history tells us, across the […]

Nutritionally dense foods that offer us health benefits beyond the sum of the individual nutrients they contain are called superfoods. These foods contain essential amino acids, phytonutrients that act as antioxidants, and healthy fatty acids. Ginger is the root of a vegetable that is used around the world for its many superfood health benefits. Countries […]

When most people find out that the are either allergic to dairy or are lactose intolerant, it’s usually a big let down for them to hear that they’re going to have to let go of their turtle tracks ice cream and slurping up milk with their cereal. And let me tell you, I can completely […]

On Oct. 21, 2014, Jen Hartney received a phone call with her breast cancer diagnosis. Thirty-five years old. Thirty-eight weeks pregnant. … That’s not the time anyone would expect cancer to swing into your life. “There was definitely a point where I felt like I was probably a little bit oblivious to the details of […]

This recipe was provided by our good friend and cancer survivor Enoch DeBus. Here is the recipe for Enoch’s famous Kick’um Juice. He uses this drink to help him fight cancer. Enoch still drinks it to this day to help his immune system stay at peak performance. Prep Time: 45 minutes Ingredients: (Note: always use organic […]

This recipe is provided by Meg Wolff, a two-time cancer survivor and healthy food expert. She’d like people to better understand how important a role healthy food plays in our lives. You can visit her website or follow her on Twitter. 2 cups spring water or filtered tap water (I sometimes use 1 cup of […]

Natural treatments for cancer are more imperative than ever as the disease continues to destroy lives. Despite all the “modern day” medical advances, cancer kills millions annually. The medical community likes to point out that fewer people are dying from their cancers than ever before and that’s true to a point. Some common cancers have […]

The predilection of cancer cells for sugar was already appreciated by Ernst Freund, one of the first modern cancer researchers, in 1885. This first finding explains the diagnostic test in most solid tumors is the FDG-PET scanner, which detects the increased metabolism of glucose in cells. [1] In the early decades of the 20th century, […]

Held to be sacred by the Incas, researchers have recently taken a close look at certain antioxidant phytonutrients in quinoa and two flavonoids, quercetin and kaempferol, are now known to be abundant in concentrated amounts. In fact, the concentration of these two flavonoids in quinoa can sometimes be greater than their concentration in high-flavonoid berries […]

Superfoods are considered nutrient dense food sources with high concentrations of vitamins and minerals with benefits that far exceed their nutrient values for human health. Blue-green algae spirulina is an amazing superfood that historically was among the first life forms on the Earth. Spirulina has amazing survival adaptations and is considered one of the richest […]