Health Tips for Fighting Cancer
Below you will find articles and resources around ways to fight cancer that aim to improve your health and lifestyle. In addition to these resources, we also have a guide that shares with you 10 actions that will assist in your goal to stay cancer-free. Click here to learn more.
If you haven’t tried Black Seeds yet, you might change your mind after reading this article.
When someone you know is going through a hard time, don’t say, “call me if you need anything.” Instead try one of these seven different ways to show you’d like to help.
While plants have the ability to remove several different kinds of pollutants, these plants in particular are known for their ability to remove formaldehyde:
According to the study, the groups eating the most organic food saw the biggest reduction in risk, and even groups who ate moderate amounts of organic food had a reduced risk of cancer.
Ask any observant emergency room or psych doctor or nurse and they’ll often tell you they dread full moons because they know they’ll likely be inundated with patients.
I can’t always cook from home, sometimes I must travel due to work demands and even our family vacations don’t always permit me control over my diet. But I don’t want to sacrifice my health. What can I do?
While organic food can be more expensive depending on your location, think of it as a good investment in your health. But if it’s simply not in the budget, here are a couple of suggestions.
Believe it or not, only about 45% of your body is made up of human cells. The rest of your body is made up of massive numbers of microscopic dwellers. The greatest concentration of this microscopic life lies deep within the murky depths of your bowels.
Watermelon, a favorite summer fruit, is also a powerful detoxifier. Low in calories (a mere 40 calories per cup), this refreshing fruit is high in vitamin C (21% of RDI), vitamin A (18% of RDI), potassium, magnesium, and many healthy plant compounds including beta-carotene and lycopene. Plus, it has citrulline, an important amino acid.
David Seidler, who won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for The King’s Speech, also suffered from cancer, just like the king. But unlike “His Majesty,” Seidler survived the cancer. He did so by using the same vivid imagination he employed to write his award-winning script.
Many of the chemicals in sunscreens are known carcinogens and are also endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC). Not a good thing!
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