Healthy People Are Contagious

Today, the term “healthy lifestyle” is used a lot as the golden standard for wellness. But, do you know exactly what it means? A healthy lifestyle refers to many aspects of living. These include our: nutrition exercise habits stress levels sleep habits quality of relationships community life spiritual connection sense of purpose When each of…

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How To Supercharge Your Prayers

One of the most powerful prayer principles I ever learned came during the year that my husband was battling cancer. Because his medical prognosis was so hopeless, we were desperate to know how God was going to move in our situation. The only way to inquire was in 1) prayer and 2) by reading His…

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45th Annual Cancer Convention

For those that can make it, this looks like an excellent conference with valuable information and terrific speakers. Hope to see you there! 45th Annual Cancer Convention Hear well known medical doctors, clinical researchers, nutritionists and authors speak about the prevention and control of cancer and other diseases through nutrition and non toxic therapies such…

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Crispy Crickets for Dinner?

When a serious health crisis hits, we are suddenly faced with the need to make significant lifestyle changes in order to get well. If the stakes are high enough, we’ll be very motivated to make those changes, even if they include radical changes to our diet. For some, giving up our favorite foods is a…

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Cancer Treatments: Devil or Deliverer?

In December 2014, the CBS video news magazine 60 Minutes presented a story about fighting cancer. They spotlighted Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, an innovator who has invested billions of his own fortune into the research and development of new protocols and drugs to beat the disease. Shiong is so confident there is a pathway to a…

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Cancer: The Unexpected Adventure

Let’s face it: the words “cancer” and “adventure” hardly belong in the same sentence, but, after what we experienced with my husband’s cancer, they just might. My husband’s particular type of bladder cancer would not respond to chemotherapy. Though terrifying at first, this “obstacle” turned out to be a blessing in disguise as it forced…

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Keeping the Right Perspective with Cancer

When a diagnosis like cancer strikes, it’s easy to crumble and ask “God, why are you doing this?” The temptation to blame God and doubt His goodness at a time like this is very real. While these thoughts and feelings might be a human reaction, allowing anger and bitterness to grip our hearts are as destructive…

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The God Who Sees You and Me

Someone recently posted on my Facebook page: “I have been alone all my life. Since I have been alone, the only tribe I have is Jesus. He is there for me when no one else is.” While the loneliness in this comment is piercing, there is also much truth in it. We all know what…

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