DIM – a must for hormonally driven tumors

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…

Dr. Hulda Clark promoted prevention over cure

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…

Quinoa Porridge

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.…

Cleansing Booster Beet Juice

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…

Homemade Almond Milk

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…

Meg’s Oatmeal

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…

Kick’um Juice

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…

Ginger

Ginger as an antioxidant and natural cancer fighter

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.…

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