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Dr. Dean Ornish talks about how our nature is to be happy, healthy and peaceful. This Ted Talk is every bit as relevant and compelling as it was when he first gave it. Learn about simple, low-cost life style changes to take advantage of your body's natural ability and desire to heal itself by watching this video and also by visiting Dean Ornish's website. Enjoy!
Did you know vitamin C helps protect us against cancer? Luckily for us there are so many delicious, easy to find vitamin C rich foods. Below you'll find a list of just some of the foods that are vitamin C abundant.
We're sharing from one of our all-time favorite websites, The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine . My favorite food from this list is broccoli. There are so many ways to make broccoli. Check out our recipe page for easy, tasty, healthy recipes....there may even be a broccoli recipe or two. What's your favorite food from this list?
Dr. Joel Thurman's Cancer Prevention Diet
Can We Eat to Starve Cancer? A Ted Talk by William Li
"Surely the apple is the noblest of fruits." ~ Henry David Thoreau
- Contain cancer fighting antioxidants and phytochemicals -many are in the skin
- Good source of vitamin C - 8 mg in a medium sized apple
- Good source of fiber - 4 grams of fiber in a medium apple
- Good source of potassium - 150 mg in a small apple
- Linked to better lung function due to quercetin in the skin
- Control weight, helps “fill you up” without many calories
- Help intestinal health
- Reduce dental cavities
- Reduce cholesterol
- Detoxify the liver
How to Make an Edible Apple Swan
Mindful Eating ~ Herbal Tea