Saturday, November 25, 2017
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Are You Ready For Change? Why do you wake up and feel like crap? Why do you not sleep well? Why do you have constant cravings to carbs and sweets? Why are you gaining weight even though you feel like you are “watching what you eat?” Do you feel like you are doing something wrong? Guess what!  It is not your fault! Did you know you are eating food-like products made to look better, taste better and smell better so you will be attracted to eating more of them? Did you know diet colas have the deadly combination of caffeine AND aspartame in them? Did you know Americans eat 22 teaspoons... (Read More ...)

The Truth About Fat It is such a shame that as a society we are now so scared of the actual word – FAT! This applies to those who are going through peri-menopause or menopause.  We all know someone who put on the pounds at that time in her life. Hopefully this information will help take away the fear around the myth that when you start to approach menopause, you are going to gain weight. We consume fat-free, low fat, nonfat and imitation this and that.  It is no wonder we have so many diseases in our country and not just elder people, people of all ages are affected. Many diseases today... (Read More ...)

Diet and Cancer Research   Of the many diseases that affect people these days, cancer is among the most feared. But despite a wealth of scientific data, most people remain unaware of how they can reduce their risk of developing cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, as much as 80 percent of all cancers are due to identified factors, and thus are potentially preventable. Thirty percent are due to tobacco use, and as much as 35 percent to 50 percent are due to foods. It is easy to control these and other risk factors. What Is Cancer? Cancer begins as a single abnormal cell that... (Read More ...)

Facts About Breast Cancer According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, 200,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed each year in the US, making it three times more common than other gynecological cancers. Breast cancer will claim the lives of 40,000 people this year. What is really disturbing is the speed at which breast cancer rates have risen over the past 5 decades. In 1960, one in twenty women were diagnosed—but today, it is one in seven. The following are some important facts about this type of cancer: * One woman in eight who lives to age 85 will develop breast cancer. *... (Read More ...)