cancer prevention

November 25, 2018
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Soups and broths have been a regular feature in cooking since before historical records. In fact, one of the oldest books in Chinese medicine is Dr. Yi Yins Soup Classic.[1] In the West we can look to Hippocrates, the Father of Western medicine. He was fond of recommending barley soup to his patients. What we know is that when a person is ill, they may find it easier to drink a restorative soup than eat a full meal. Soups have been used for many reasons.


September 29, 2018
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For over fifty years I have watched dietary fads come and go. Usually, they are simply a way of selling books with wild claims. Sometimes they revolve around a new “superfood” or ingredient with supposed magical ingredients, and sometimes they are simply permission to carry on with a specific bad habit. The Carnivore, Ketogenic, Paleo or Dukan diets are examples of the former.


September 2, 2018
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Miso is a fermented soybean paste used to flavour various dishes, but most widely used as a stock to season soups. Miso’s natural fermentation process creates a combination of enzymes that strengthen and nourish the intestinal tract. As a result, the blood that nourishes the balance of the body is much stronger.


August 21, 2018
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The best Enzyme-rich foods are those that are sprouted (seeds and legumes). Both deliver not only ‘top notch’ nutrition but boost our enzyme levels naturally and support our health. Sprouting increases the enzyme content in these foods tremendously.


August 18, 2018
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I am not a Doctor and have no desire to be one.  My work is based on educating and specifically teaching prevention in our many workshops and programmes. However, I am currently seeing seven clients for health counselling.  They have terminal cancer, from prostate, ovarian, brain, and breast.  All of them asked their doctor or oncologist about diet and each and every one of these clients received the same answer.  Diet makes no difference!!!  Eat everything in moderation.


January 8, 2015
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The most important dietary change you can make is to integrate whole cereal grains (particularly short grain brown rice) into your daily diet. This should be a staple for everyone. Simply put, whole grains and grain products are the cornerstones of any healthy, whole foods diet. In our friend Verne Varona’s fantastic book ‘Macrobiotics for Dummies’ he explains the power of grain in a way that a five-year-old could understand


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