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September 10, 2010
by Rhonda
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B Vitamins Fight Cancer

B Vitamins fight cancer. I have been taking a B vitamin complex since completing chemo in 2005.  I also consume foods high in Vitamin B’s. Even though I take supplements, I make sure I get my B’s in a natural … Continue reading

July 9, 2010
by Rhonda
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20 ways that Salad Dressing Fights Cancer

Homemade salad dressing is medicinal. Here is a recipe that  gives you the right kind of oils and fats.  You can customize your dressing with flavours that add enzymes, good bacteria and antioxidants. Basic Salad Dressing Recipe Put all the … Continue reading

July 2, 2010
by Rhonda
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Delicious or Fanatical? My long-term survivor menu

Yesterday I had  dinner (Pad Thai) with my old  friend Stella. I was surprised when she said that she thought I was obsessed with healthy food and that I follow a very strict diet.    I don’t feel that I am … Continue reading

May 23, 2010
by Rhonda
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The All Food, But Only Food Diet

Eat All Food and Only Food All food is good for you. Most foods have healing properties.  All food has superfood potential.  You just have to think of something you like, do a bit of research, and someone has found … Continue reading

March 11, 2010
by Rhonda
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Iodine and breast cancer

You might not be getting enough iodine. It’s not easy to get enough in a North American diet. Not enough iodine leads to poor thyroid function. Poor thyroid function is strongly linked to breast cancer. In an emergency you can … Continue reading

February 22, 2010
by Rhonda
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Consider the caveman…foods that fight cancer

It’s not complicated. It’s a variation of the cave-man/cave woman hunter gatherer diet. Food that at one time, and in certain places, grew freely. Foods you were meant to eat anyway. Foods that people ate for thousands of years. These … Continue reading

February 22, 2010
by Rhonda
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Bread is not Normal

Bread has been around for 8,000 years, but ancient bread and modern bread have little in common. Wheat has been drastically genetically modified, and the wheat used in commercial bread has been bleached. Modern production methods make bread easier to … Continue reading