natural hormone replacement therapy

Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy

Natural hormone replacement therapy is an excellent choice for women who desire to ease the symptoms of perimenopause or menopause without the risk of chemicals that may cause more problems or potentially be dangerous to their health.

There are many wonderful and natural alternatives to the traditional hormone replacement therapy that has been prescribed by doctors for years.

Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy Using Pomegranates

Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy

Pomegranates are an amazing ancient food that has been used for centuries as a natural hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms such as fluctuating estrogen, mood swings, anxiety, depression, bone loss and other issues with hormonal imbalance. This juicy and natural healing fruit provides the same estrogen types as the human female ovary, estrone, estradiol and estriol.


Let’s take a look at some of the results that have been achieved with Pomegranates.

Japanese researchers studied some rats who suffered bone loss due to the removal of their ovaries. As we are well aware, bone loss is one of the symptoms of menopause. These same rats were fed pomegranate juice for two weeks and then retested. The researchers were surprised to note that the bone minerals of the rats had been restored to their normal rates.

Another test was performed on the rats to measure levels of hormones that can decrease and cause depression during menopause. The rats were subject to the test before drinking the pomegranates and then the test was repeated after. The results before they had the drink resulted in factors that indicated levels of hormones that may trigger depression and anxiety. After the rats had daily doses of pomegranates, the hormones had restored their proper balance which only concludes that the rats moods would be elevated back to normal levels.

Want more proof that this amazing fruit is a true wonder for those who seek natural hormone replacement?

Pomegranates have been known to improve heart health such as lowering cholesterol, providing rich antioxidants and lowering blood pressure. It also increases oxygen flow to the heart as well as other muscles throughout the body.

It is no wonder that pomegranates are one of the top choices for resolving hormone problems naturally.

Here is an excellent product that I recommend to help with hormone therapy and replacement.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

This is another ancient traditional Chinese botanical therapy that has been used for centuries to help reduce hot flashes in women who have reached the age of menopause. Women who suffer from blood clotting problems, fibroids or who have been prescribed warfarin should not use Dong Quai as complications such as bleeding may result.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Evening Primrose Oil has been known to help reduce hot flashes. It is available in tablet form and has worked well helping stabilize symptoms for many menopausal women. Some side effects that have been reported have included inflammation, nausea and digestive tract problems, and problems with the immune system.

Natural Hormone Replacement

Ginseng is another natural plant which has been found to successfully decrease sleep disturbances and mood disorders attributable to menopause and hormonal imbalance. It is great at balancing overall sense of well-being.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Kava has been known to decrease anxiety for women with hormonal imbalance but due to potential problems it can cause with the liver, it is no longer widely recommended.

Natural Hormone Therapy

Black Cohosh This is a good herbal supplement for those with hormonal imbalance who suffer from hot flashes and are looking for natural hormone replacement therapy. It has had a good record for safety throughout the years and is still known as a popular and effective herbal treatment for hormonal problems.

As with all herbs, medications and therapies, there are some risks involved. Talk with your doctor or other medically trained professional about what natural hormone replacement therapy and symptom reducers are right for you. Always be sure your doctor is aware of medications that you are already taking.

natural beauty tips

Natural Beauty Tips

Choose natural beauty tips to compliment your unique outer qualities, revive your skin and give it a healthy glow. This can be done easily as well as take only mere minutes to achieve.

Too much makeup will clog your pores and increase oil production. You want to use a healthy foundation that will let your skin breathe. The best way to achieve this goal is by using natural organic makeup. A great brand that is readily available at many department stores such as Wal-Mart is Physicians Formula. This is a light makeup made purely from natural products. It does cost a little more than the traditional makeup brands, however; you do not have to use as much of the foundation to get solid coverage, it lasts longer and it keeps your skin glowing and healthy so the benefits outweigh any extra costs. There are also several other organic makeup brands on the market that offer the benefits of using safe all-natural products on your skin.

Natural Beauty Tips

Easy Natural Beauty Tips

Drink less caffeine and lots of water.
Use light non-greasy but very rehydrating body lotion every day. (Lotion infused with vitamin K is best).

Keep your eyebrows in line with waxing or plucking (you can consult a professional if you do not want to do this yourself) Polished eyebrows will create a neat appearance.
Give yourself manicures or pedicures and either do not apply any nail polish or opt for clear. This will really boast an all natural look. If you desire to have color, keep it neutral.
Wear sunscreen during hot sunny days to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
Eat a diet rich in vitamins and minerals such as lots of fruit and vegetables as well as poultry and fish.

Keep your hair healthy with proper trimming of dead ends, and ample usage of quality hair conditioners. Organic brands will keep your hair naturally healthy and avoid toxin buildup.

Natural Beauty Tips with Makeup

Make up tips…

Start out with a natural foundation or concealer.

Your eyes are the focal point of your face, enhance them with organic all natural eye shadows that bring out your eye color as well as set the mood for the occasion.

Light blush is an excellent choice if you want to bring out your check bones. Warm pink tones are perfect summer shades and touches of peach hues work great for any other season.

Another one of the best natural beauty tips is to keep your eyeliner simple if you use it at all and stick with light colors that match your eyebrow color in particular. Stay away from wild and zapping colors such as pink, blue or anything else artificial looking.

Rather than making your eyelashes bold and loud, keep them elegant yet simple. Clear mascara enriched with vitamins will not only naturally dramatize your eyes but will help your eyelashes grow on their own.

Who needs extensions when you can grow them yourself? Use healthy organic shampoo and watch your hair grow naturally.

Simple lip gloss in a warm and inviting color or even clear gloss will leave your lips smooth, healthy and bring out their natural beauty.

Finish your perfect look with all natural organic face powder. You do not want to use the traditional commercial products that are filled with chemicals and perfumes. Pick a nice finishing powder that matches your skin tone.

healthy relationships

Relationship Advice

Relationship advice on How to have a happy and healthy relationship..  At my day job, I spend a lot of time with people and issues related to family law, divorce and child custody. Yes, I know, it sounds glamorous doesn’t it? I have seen relationships at their worst, and sometimes just when I think I have seen it all, something even more heart breaking comes along. It has me reminiscing about the old days when most couples stuck together and when relationships seemed to actually last for a lifetime.

Healthy Relationship

What is the true meaning of a happy relationship? You know, one where the couple truly enjoys each other’s company and you can just see the love emanate from them. Too many people are failing when it comes to the relationship score card. Instead of getting an A+ or at least an A- on the test of how happy they are or how they treat each other, they end up with a big fat F. Marriages are failing almost quicker than the dust from the honeymoon can settle from the newlywed’s feet, domestic disputes between couples are on the increase and just the general demeanor of those who are in relationships seems gloomy and out of touch. I guess the real question is what did they do back then that we do not do today?

Well, I want to share with you my two cents on relationship advice as well as how to strengthen our relationships with our partners.

Hidden Identity Crisis… Oftentimes we are not really ourselves in the beginning of a relationship. The world is filled with factors that weigh in and push us to feel the need to try to dress like, look like, talk like and act like something or someone else. Yeah, you can possibly pull off that little charade for a while, but if the relationship at least lasts longer than an antibiotic cycle, you will come to find it is getting harder to keep up the act.

The solution is BE YOURSELF in the beginning of your relationship with someone. If they fall in love with the “fake you”, they are not really in love with the real you now are they? Save yourself grief down the road and let your partner come to know who you are in the beginning of the relationship. It will save both of you potential pain and relationship troubles down the road.

Quality and Quantity Time.. We are always in a hurry. Sometimes between our jobs, household chores, kid’s extracurricular activities and every other personal demand, we do not have time to catch our breath before the next demand is beating down our door. By the end of the day, we just crash. Does that sound like you? Some good relationship advice to heed is to learn to take the much-needed “quality time”. This time is not something to be taken lightly in a relationship.

All relationships need bonding time and your partner needs your attention. Free up time at least three days a week and spend it with your partner. Put away the laptop, the smart phone and all other distractions. Have a good conversation with your partner and make eye contact when you are talking. Pay attention when your partner is talking to you. Some easy activities that you can enjoy together are: take an evening walk, relax on the front porch, plan an activity that requires you to work together, go for a bike ride or take a quiet boat ride. Think about the things you both love to do and incorporate them into a plan. These simple moments and gestures will go a long way in building a stronger relationship.

Control Freak Attitude… Do not try to control everything. Some of us have a problem with control. That is, we always want to be in it. The truth of the matter is there are things in life that we cannot control and people are one of them. If you try to control your partner, you are setting your relationship up for grief and possible failure. Everyone has the right to their own space and their own sense of identity.

As a couple, you should be mindful that there are things you expect from each other as partners in life, but you should not try to dictate your partner or attempt to puppeteer their actions. You should work together as a team and get your partner’s input and thoughts on life matters. If you reach an impasse, simply sit down together and discuss. It is always better to come up with a mutually acceptable resolution on situations than to spend countless hours with wasted head butting.

Some absolutely important relationship advice would be to learn to love what is unlovable.. Yes, there are some traits your partner has that I am certain is far from lovely. Instead of focusing on the negative aspects that we all have in some form or another, learn to focus on the positive things about your partner. When your partner is feeling down and out, lift him (or her) up with encouraging words or even a hug, when he needs to talk, take the time to listen. Again, it is all about becoming a team.

The both of you should work together to become a perfectly fitting piece of this puzzle we call life. If he is weak in one area, you can work on being strong. If you lack certain qualities in a specific area of your life, he can possibly fulfill them. Life intertwined with another human being is simply a balancing act. You have to exercise patience, self-control, compassion, a ton of forgiveness, empathy and unyielding love. These are all the ingredients to a healthy and happy relationship.

healthy lunch recipes

Healthy Lunch Recipes

Are you looking for healthy lunch recipes that actually taste great? Often times healthy food may not be appealing because it tastes plain or worse yet, awful! We invite you to try the delicious “good for you” recipes below and see how wonderful you will feel while practicing a healthy diet. Your taste buds will thank you!

Delightful Healthy Lunch Recipes

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Summer Salad with Cucumber Dressing


5 ounces arugula
1 cucumber, sliced
about 12 cherry tomatoes
1 medium onion
edible flowers for garnishing

1 cucumber peeled and chopped
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon agave (or liquid sweetener of choice)
1 teaspoon tarragon
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper

Assemble the salad and puree all of the dressing ingredients in a blender. Drizzle over your salad and enjoy a taste bud’s dream of all healthy lunch recipes.

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Raw Zucchini Pasta and Creamy Carrot Dill Sauce

Ingredients for Sauce

2 cups carrots
2 Tbsp raw walnut butter
1/4 cup filtered water
juice 1 lemon
sea salt
3 Tbsp fresh dill

Ingredients for Pasta:
4 medium zucchini, spiralized
1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
1 bunch scallions, sliced
3 Tbsp raw shelled hemp seeds plus more for garnish

1) In a high-speed blender, combine all the sauce ingredients and blend until smooth (you may need to add a little more filtered water if too thick).
2) Pour over the zucchini, tomatoes, and scallions in a large bowl and toss to combine along with hempseeds.
Serve sprinkled with a little more hempseeds!

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Veggie Rolls and Pistachio Dipping Sauce


Pistachio Dipping Sauce
This sauce can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge for a week. It makes a tasty stand-alone dip for a raw veggie snack.
½ cup pistachio nuts
¼ – ½ cup water
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon miso

Nori Rolls
The ingredients below are just a sample of what to put in a veggie sushi roll. Have fun and be creative. There is no limit to what you can add!
2-3 sheets raw nori
2 cups cauliflower
½ an avocado
1 small carrot
½ red bell pepper
Enoki mushrooms

Pistachio Dipping Sauce
1) Combine thoroughly in a high-powered blender

Nori Rolls
1) Pulse cauliflower in food processor until it resembles rice. You can add a dash of tahini, sesame oil or rice vinegar to give it structure. Set aside.
2) Slice vegetables (except mushrooms) into thin strips. Set aside.
3) Lay nori sheet shiny side down and spread cauliflower rice evenly, leaving an inch on one end. Place a thin layer of vegetables over cauliflower, leaving an inch on the end. Try not to build them on top of each other, but lay them across side by side. Sprinkle Enoki mushrooms across the top of vegetables.
4) Have a small cup of water handy. Using both hands, start rolling. Try to keep it as tight as possible. As you get to the end, dab some water along the one inch edge. Finish rolling, sealing as you go.
5) Cut into 4-6 pieces, or as desired.
Who would have thought any healthy lunch recipes would include an awesome sushi roll such as this?

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Arugula Salad with Strawberry Vinaigrette and Marinated Veggies


1 bunch of arugula
1 cup thinly sliced white mushrooms
1 cup thinly sliced red bell pepper
1/2 cup sliced strawberry
handful fresh basil leaves
1/2 t tahini
juice of 1/2 lemon
pinch of sea salt
1/2 t paprika powder

Strawberry vinaigrette
3-5 basil leaves
5-6 strawberries
juice of 1/2 lemon
1 T extra virgin cold pressed olive oil
pinch of sea salt
1/4 cup water

For the marinated veggies
1) mix tahini with lemon juice, sea salt and paprika powder.
2) Toss sliced mushrooms and paprika with mix.
3) Leave in a warm spot for 1-2 hours at least.

For the vinaigrette
1) blend basil and strawberries with lemon juice, olive oil, sea salt and water.
2) Mix arugula with marinated veggies, fresh strawberries, fresh basil leaves and drizzle with strawberry vinaigrette. Enjoy!

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Raw Daikon Rolls with Avocado, Shiso Leaf and Yuzu Lime

12 sheets of daikon
12 shiso leaves
1 avocado, julienned
1 seedless cucumber, julienned
handful of snow pea shoots or radish sprouts
2 fresh yuzu limes cut in half

To make the sheets:
1) peel the daikon and trim off any edges, making it into a rectangular shape. You also want to be able to fit the width of the mandoline. Make a few practice sheets until you get the right thinness. You want it thin enough so it looks almost translucent.
2) Place daikon sheet vertically in front of you. Lay shiso leaf on top of the daikon. Add few pieces of avocado, cucumber and snow pea shoots.
3) Squeeze some fresh yuzu lime juice on top.
4) Roll the daikon away from you, nice and tightly. The moisture of the daikon will allow it to seal the edges. Repeat until you have a dozen lovely rolls.

(most ingredients are available at Japanese markets)
Believe it or not, but you can find some really healthy lunch recipes that your taste buds will fall in love with by eating Asian foods.

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Almond Pate on Juicy Cucumbers


1-2 cucumbers/zucchini
cherry tomatoes

Almond Pate:
2 handful of fresh basil
1 cup almonds (RFR tip: try soaking them first)
1 cup parsley
1 clove garlic
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
juice from 1 lemon
1 tbsp olive oil

1) Start by making the almond pate.
I recommend to start by adding less of the apple cider vinegar since the taste is pretty strong and depending how distinguished you want it to be.
Mix well and put in a bowl.
2) Slice your cucumber (or zucchini works perfectly as well).
3) Add a spoonful of the almond pate on each slice of cucumber.
4) Top with half a juicy cherry tomato. Voilá!

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Raw Veggie Burger Delight


1 cup sweet potato, peeled and chopped
1 cup carrot, peeled and chopped, or pulp from carrot juice
1 cup parsnip, peeled and chopped
1/3 cup red onion, chopped
1/2 avocado
1/2 cup fresh dill
1/2 cup fresh parsley
2 garlic cloves
3 Tbsp shoyu or tamari

mix of green leafy vegetable
alfalfa sprouts
tomatoes, sliced

To make the burgers:
1) Place sweet potato, carrots and parsnips in your food processor and pulse until mashed.
2) Take the mass into your hands and squeeze the juice out of it.
3) Place back in the food processor and add remaining ingredients. Process until mashed. If the mass is too wet, squeeze it again or add more carrot pulp.
4) Shape in four burgers and serve on bed of leafy greens topped with tomatoes, sprouts and parsley. Enjoy!

Healthy Lunch Recipes
Raw Taco Salad


Walnut Taco Meat
1 cup (150g) walnuts
½ packed cup (50g) sun-dried tomatoes, soaked 2-8h and drained
½ tsp cumin
¼ tsp garlic powder
⅛-1/4 tsp salt (adjust to taste)
pinch chili (or more if you like it hot)
pinch cayenne pepper
Cashew Sour Cream
1 cup (140g) cashews, soaked 1-2h (soaking optional)
scant ¼ cup (55g) lemon juice
¼ tsp salt
⅓ cup (85g) water
⅔ cup (95g) ice

2 cups rocket (arugula)
¼ cup Walnut Taco Meat (see above)
½ avocado
1 med tomato
1 tsbp Cashew Sour Cream (see above)
1 tbsp spring onion, sliced

1) Cover the sun-dried tomatoes in water and leave to soak for 2 to 8 hours. Drain.
2) Process all of the walnut taco meat ingredients in a food processor until well combined, but still chunky.
3) Blend all of the cashew sour cream ingredients in a blender until smooth and creamy.
4) Assemble salad ingredients in a large bowl (one per person),
5) serve and eat.

This raw taco salad ranks high on the list of favorite healthy lunch recipes.

Healthy Lunch Recipes
The Fully Raw Burrito


For the burritos:
Large Collards Leaves
1-3 Colorful Bell Peppers
Half of One Zucchini
One Cucumber
1-2 Shredded Carrots
Juice of 3 Lemons
Tomatoes (Beefsteal or Cherry)
Small Bunch of Cilantro
Green Onions
Few Leaves of Arugula
Alfalfa Sprouts
Tsp of Cumin
Less than a Quarter Cup of Sesame Seeds
Quarter of an Avocado
Optional: Red Onion, Spicy Peppers, and Celery Bits

For the awesome sauce!
Half a Zuccini (more if desired)
Less than the quarter cup of Sesame Seeds
Juice of 3 Lemons
Few Sprigs of Green Onion
1 Bell Pepper (preferably red)
Optional: Spicy Pepper

1) Take your collard leaf and destem the backend (not fully), but just enough to take away the very thick part of the stem as shown in the YouTube video above.
2) Lay out your leaf.
3) Blend the ingredients for the saucy spread! Spread on the AWESOMESAUCE with the ingredients listed above.
4) Spread the Awesomesauce on the back of the leaf.
5) Chop, slice, and dice all other ingredients and layer them on top of the sauce on the leaf.
6) Top with a slice of avocado, sprouts, or more sauce!
7) Fold in the sides and wrap around the ends.
8) Flip over the burrito “baby” and cut it in half with a knife!

Allow all the beautiful colors inside to be shown to you.
Take a BIG BITE and savor this amazing addition to our list of healthy lunch recipes.

I hope you put these tasty healthy lunch recipes to good use. They do not take much time and are worth every bit of effort you put into making them. Reap the results of a healthy lifestyle all the while enjoying a yummy diet.

alternative cancer treatment

Alternative Cancer Treatment

If you are looking for an alternative cancer treatment, I want to share with you some of the best ways to fight cancer naturally.

Your body was designed to eliminate all toxins, including the ones that cause cancer, and heal itself. In order to do this job it needs proper nutrition, balance and all bodily functions working in harmony.

Get Your Body Systems in Order

  • Vascular System- blood transports food and oxygen to every cell in your body as well as removes waste products and CO2.
  • Nervous System- brain, brain stem and hypothalamus need proper nutrition and detoxification.
  • Lymphatic System- a very important part of your body’s toxin removal system.
  • Digestive System- without proper digestion, you become nutrient deficient and toxic.
  • Respiratory System- delivers oxygen into the body and removes waste products and CO2 from the body.
  • Immune System- your body’s own defense team, T cells, B cells, white blood cells.
  • Elimination System- toxins both exo and endo need to be removed from your system.
  • Structural/Musculoskeletal System-protects the nervous system and coordinates proper body movement and functioning.
  • Reproductive System- in charge of producing hormones that maintain vitality.

alternative cancer treatment


According to the toxicity and disease model, cancer forms when toxicity builds up in the blood to an increased level and invades the blood cells. Once the cell is invaded, the toxins continue their take over and enter into the nucleus of the cell where genetic material and DNA are made. Once the cell is completely invaded by toxins, the cell makes a final attempt to survive by changing into stem cells to try to sustain itself in a hostile environment. This stem cell can change into any type of cell and it can also grow rapidly. This is how a cancer cell is formed in your body.

This particular cell has adapted to life in a toxic environment and that is why cancer cells can thrive and multiply so rapidly. So, is a cancer cell really some foreign invader that has come to conquer? The answer is no. A cancer cell is simply your own bodies cells that have changed and adapted to a toxic environment in order to attempt to survive. These cells thrive in a high toxin, acidic, low sugar and low oxygen environment.

With this information we have to ask ourselves, isn’t chemotherapy and other forms of traditional cancer treatment actually putting more toxins into your body to try to battle your own cells that have evolved? The answer is yes.

These cancer treatments target destroying the cells that have already been invaded by cancer. It does not actually stop the problem that started the cancer in the first place which is a toxic and improperly balanced system that alternative cancer treatment can help cure.

Alternative Cancer Treatment Strategy

Food Preparation: Eat at least one-third of your food raw. Avoid frying or charbroiling; boil, poach or steam your foods instead. Consider adding cancer-fighting whole foods, herbs, spices and supplements to your diet, such as broccoli, curcumin and resveratrol. Your diet should be as natural and organic as possible to boost your alternative cancer treatment plan.

Protein and Fat: Consider reducing your protein levels to one gram per kilogram of lean body weight. It would be unusual for most adults to need more than 100 grams of protein and most likely close to half of that amount. Replace excess protein with high-quality fats, such as organic eggs from pastured hens, high-quality meats, avocados, and coconut oil.

Carbohydrates and Sugar: Reduce or eliminate processed foods, sugar/fructose and grain-based foods from your diet. This applies to whole unprocessed organic grains as well, as they tend to rapidly break down and drive up your insulin level. The evidence is quite clear that if you want to avoid cancer, or you currently have cancer, you absolutely MUST avoid all forms of sugar, especially fructose, which feeds cancer cells and promotes their growth. Make sure your total fructose intake is around 25 grams daily, including fruit.

Animal-Based Omega-3 fats: Normalize your ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fats by taking a high-quality krill oil and reducing your intake of processed vegetable oils.

GMOs: When working with your alternative cancer treatment plan you need to avoid genetically engineered foods as they are typically treated with herbicides such as Roundup (glyphosate), and likely to be carcinogenic. A French research team that has extensively studied Roundup concluded it’s toxic to human cells, and likely carcinogenic to humans. Choose fresh, organic, preferably locally grown foods. Adding naturally fermented food to your daily diet is an easy way to prevent cancer or speed recovery. You can always add a high-quality probiotic supplement as well, but naturally fermented foods are the best.

Natural Probiotics: Optimizing your gut flora will reduce inflammation and strengthen your immune response while you work your alternative cancer treatment plan. Researchers have found a microbe-dependent mechanism through which some cancers mount an inflammatory response that fuels their development and growth. They suggest that inhibiting inflammatory cytokines might slow cancer progression and improve the response to chemotherapy.

Exercise: Exercise lowers insulin levels, which creates a low sugar environment that discourages the growth and spread of cancer cells. In a three-month study, exercise was found to alter immune cells into a more potent disease-fighting form in cancer survivors who had just completed chemotherapy.

Vitamin D: There is scientific evidence you can decrease your risk of cancer by more than half simply by optimizing your vitamin D levels with appropriate sun exposure. Your serum level should hold steady at 50-70 ng/ml, but if you are being treated for cancer, it should be closer to 80-90 ng/ml for optimal benefit. If you take oral vitamin D and have cancer, it would be very prudent to monitor your vitamin D blood levels regularly, as well as supplementing your vitamin K2, as K2 deficiency is actually what produces the symptoms of vitamin D toxicity.

Exposure to Toxins: Reduce your exposure to environmental toxins like pesticides, herbicides, household chemical cleaners, synthetic air fresheners and toxic cosmetics. Use as much organic products as you can.

Sleep: Make sure you are getting enough restorative sleep. Poor sleep can interfere with your melatonin production, which is associated with an increased risk of insulin resistance and weight gain, both of which contribute to cancer’s virility.

Exposure to Radiation: Limit your exposure and protect yourself from radiation produced by cell phones, towers, base stations, and Wi-Fi stations, as well as minimizing your exposure from radiation-based medical scans, including dental x-rays, CT scans, and mammograms.

Stress Management: Another important step in your alternative cancer treatment plan is to get your stress under control. Stress from all causes is a major contributor to disease. Even the CDC states that 85 percent of disease is driven by emotional factors. It is likely that stress and unresolved emotional issues may be more important than the physical ones, so make sure this is addressed as well.

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