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Avoiding Cancer!

I doubt there is any adult who hasn’t been touched by cancer.  Perhaps a grandparent or an aunt or an uncle has had the diagnosis.  Who doesn’t know someone who has had cancer? We live in a world in which cancer thrives.  Our food has problems.  Our environment has problems.  But that isn’t what I want to talk to you about today.

If a cancer diagnosis arrives, what do you do?  Of course, it is always better to avoid a cancer diagnosis, but how?  I am giving you a link today to The Truth About Cancer docu-series.  Their mission is to educate, expose and eradicate cancer once and for all.  I’ve previously seen it and I’m sure there is new information. You can watch a segment each day or you can buy it and watch it at your leisure.

If you don’t have cancer and want to avoid it, you can learn a best approach by watching the series.  If you have cancer and want information on a holistic approach, then listen and learn.  You will be given much information.  No one uses all of it.  You can pick and choose what works for you.  Knowledge is power!

 

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Blanket Time

My patients are the best! Sometimes they tell me about a product that they love, and I want to share it with others.  Have you heard about the weighted blankets?  I know they are often used on pets and on babies, but hey, adults are using them too.  Why would you want to use one?  Here are some of the symptoms that the blankets claim to help:   anxiety, panic attacks, stress and tension, insomnia, hot flashes, PTSD, restless leg syndrome, symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, ADD, ADHD, autism, any sensory disorder.

I don’t know how much they would help.  I know my patient said it has helped her hot flashes.  And if you have ever had a hot flash, you would grab that weighted blanket in a hot minute.  It seems so counter-intuitive that you would use a blanket when you have a hot flash, but she says it works.  Don’t try to take away her blanket!

I have a gold standard way of assessing whether I think something is worth trying.  If you don’t have to swallow it (you know I’m very particular in that regard), and it won’t hurt you, why not try it.  A blanket won’t hurt you.  And if it has the possibility of helping, that is fabulous.  I’ll let you in on a secret:  my patient ordered her blanket from weightingcomforts.com.  I have no connection with the company, but if you have any of the symptoms above, and try it, please let me know how you like it!

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Natural Solutions

Have you noticed how docuseries are becoming popular?  If you want to learn about how to deal with autoimmune issues, naturally, there is a docuseries explaining your options.  Recently there was a docuseries about curing and preventing Alzheimer’s. And don’t forget The Truth about Cancer, The Truth about Vaccines, Vaccines Revealed and on and on it goes. You can learn a great deal on the computer and there is no greater motivation than your own body not feeling well.

No matter which one I listen to, I have been glad I practice the way I do:  eliminating the body of bacteria, virus, parasites, fungus and heavy metals and food sensitivities.  They are the culprits in your health problems.  They might not be the whole problem, but they make a tremendous difference.  I just listened to a lady who was diagnosed with MS say 70% of her symptoms disappeared when she quit eating dairy.  In our complicated health care industry, that was such a simple solution.  There isn’t a drug that eliminates 70% of the symptoms. Solutions aren’t always complex!

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Welcome Change!

In Colorado, we are fortunate to have a change of seasons.  I like seeing the trees sprout their leaves in the spring, become full in the summer, turn their leaves in the fall and lose their leaves before winter sets in.  In Denver, the trees are barren in the winter.  And then, when spring peaks through, the green reappears.

I find the cycle of nature to be soothing.  Even when I dread seeing summer go, I also like the crispness of fall.  Fall represents letting go of the past, so we can receive the future.  The organs that are highlighted in the fall are lungs and large intestine.  Large intestine escorts our waste products out of the body while the lungs inhale new products for the body to use.

Fall is the time of year that large intestine and lungs energy will present itself for healing.  Fall is when people often have problems with asthma, colds and flu’s which are lung related.  Large intestine complications can be flare ups with bowel problems.