Since I was diagnosed with cancer at 53 years old, and committed to eating organic raw living foods, I have been practicing saying “no thank-you” gracefully, without feeling guilty. When I finished with my year of eating totally raw, and transitioned to eating 80% raw/living foods and 20% … [Read more...] about The Art Of Saying “No”
I am highly intrigued by cultures that assume that living over 104 years old disease free is simply the natural order of the universe. One of the cultures we borrow from in our Food As Medicine training is the Okinawa's, a Japanese people that live longer than almost anyone on Earth. … [Read more...] about Living Healthy To 104…And More…Disease Free!
It's estimated that about 75% of women in the US color their hair. More than 5,000 different chemicals are used in hair dyes. These are absorbed through the scalp, with it's rich blood supply, and carried throughout the body. Research reports that all the shades use essentially the same … [Read more...] about Hair: To Dye Or Not To Dye…That Is The Question
Courage is the first step required for any action or idea to take place. Because without it nothing else can happen. It takes courage to claim your voice, own your power, to sing the music inside you. It takes courage to realize we need to claim our lives....live our calling....listen to … [Read more...] about The Courage To Live Your Calling
Advertising and popular media messages have led us to believe that if we pop a probiotic pill daily all that ails us in the gut will be solved. That the complex ecosystem of microscopic bacteria and yeasts that inhabit our intestines is as easy to solve as washing our hands or brushing our … [Read more...] about Using Food As Medicine: Natural Probiotics To The Rescue!