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What Foods Can I Take With Me On Treatment Days?

By on Jun 14, 2015 in 5-Minute Strategies, Blog, Education, Healing Tools |

So What The Heck Can I Eat On Treatment Days That’s Easy to Pack, Carry and Eat? And Tastes Great Too! ~~~~~~~~~~ I get asked this question all the time! So, over the coming days and weeks, I’m going to create a series of recommendations that are short, quick and easy to implement, loaded with all of the essential nutrients needed for both healing and...

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Kick Cancer In The Can® With THE #1 Cancer Fighting Foods!

By on Jun 14, 2015 in 5-Minute Strategies, Education, Experts Speak |

 So, What’s THE #1 Cancer Fighting Food(s)? ~~~~~~~~~~ Got cancer yourself? Or maybe someone you dearly love has been dealt this challenging blow… ~~~~~~~~~~ Okay, get your pens and paper ready? This short, to the point, yet comprehensive, video lays it all out! I’ve been saying all of this for years…now you can hear it from someone else as...

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Even Cancer Patients & Caregivers Need To Have Holiday Fun!

By on Jun 14, 2015 in 5-Minute Strategies, Blog, Education, Holiday Tips, Inspiration |

The Holidays Are Meant To Be Fun For Everyone! So How Do We Protect Our Health At The Same Time? REPLAY of the Complimentary Webinar Provided on Saturday Dec 8th How To Survive The Holidays Without Gaining a Pound! And Have Fun Too! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Holiday Season can be stressful enough without the added challenge of dealing with cancer – or caregiving for...

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Cancer Affects The Whole Person So Why Do We Just Cut, Burn & Poison The Tumor?

By on Jun 14, 2015 in 5-Minute Strategies, Blog, Education |

The Key Is To Understand That The Impact Of Cancer On The Patient Is Multifaceted We Have To Treat The Whole Person – Not One Aspect or Facet! ~~~~~~~~~~ The tragedy for most cancer patients, once diagnosed, is that they are not given the full scoop on what they are about to go though. They get the diagnosis, and then they are rushed into surgery, followed by...

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