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The Eight Laws of Health

The Eight Laws of Health

God has established eight laws for good health: the eight laws of nutrition, exercise, water, sunshine, temperance, rest, air, and faith in God. These are natural cures provided by God! Ellen White contributed a lot to the writings on the NEW START program, which stands for nutrition, exercise, water, sunshine, temperance, rest, air, and trust in God. She started spreading the message that eating meat was unsafe and the cause of cancer as early as 1868! She also predicted that milk and dairy products will soon become unsafe in 1899. With all the scientific evidence confirming her claims on the...

Pecan Nutrition and Health Benefits

Pecan Nutrition and Health Benefits

A Pecan is a tree nut native to North America.  It’s oval in shape with a woody, brown shell. The inside of the pecan is edible and has a sweet, nutty flavor. Pecans can be eaten raw, but they are often used in baking, as they add a rich, nutty flavor to cakes, cookies, and pies. They are generally high in fat and calories but are also a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamins A and E, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus. They also contain antioxidants and phytochemicals that may protect against heart disease and cancer. Learn more...

Breast Cancer And Smoking

Breast Cancer And Smoking

Tags: Breast

Is there a link between Breast Cancer And Smoking?  According to the National Cancer Institute, "Tobacco use is a major cause of lung cancer

How to Prevent Breast Cancer

How to Prevent Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women. It's more important that every woman understand how to prevent breast cancer. 

Top 11 Foods That Fight Breast Cancer

Top 11 Foods That Fight Breast Cancer

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There are certain foods that fight breast cancer that, if regularly consumed, can help lower your risk of developing the disease

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2022: What You Should Know

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2022: What You Should Know

Tags: Breast

It's October, which means it's breast cancer awareness month 2022 - time to raise awareness for breast cancer! 

Strawberry Tea Bread; Supporting Ovarian Cancer Research

Strawberry Tea Bread; Supporting Ovarian Cancer Research

Let’s have a Tea Party! Foodbuzz and Electrolux have teamed up to support Ovarian Cancer Research. They are partnering to host a Top 9 Tea Party Takeover on Friday, March 25th.  You can see all the Top 9 photos in my sidebar or on the Foodbuzz site on the 25th. To participate we (the Featured ... Continue reading...

Shallots and Garlic and Leeks, Oh My! Warm Leek and Avocado Salad

Shallots and Garlic and Leeks, Oh My! Warm Leek and Avocado Salad

Alliums (onions, shallots, garlic, leeks, scallions, chives, etc) are good for us. They contain lots of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They offer cancer protection, anti-inflammatory benefits and support for bone and connective tissues. They add flavor and interest to savory foods. They can be hot, sweet or pungent…. Sometimes all three depending on cooking method. ... Continue reading...

The Cabbage Commitment revisited; Warm Cabbage, Mushroom and Walnut Salad

The Cabbage Commitment revisited; Warm Cabbage, Mushroom and Walnut Salad

Cabbage is good for us. Like other cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts) it’s chock-a-block with vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants as well as cholesterol-lowering and cancer-fighting compounds.  (Read all the technical stuff at WHFoods) The three main types of cabbage, red, white and green or Savoy are equally healthy. And equally requiring of a commitment. Cole ... Continue reading...

Spinach, Quinoa and Vegetable Salad with Soy Vinaigrette; Cooking to Combat Cancer

Spinach, Quinoa and Vegetable Salad with Soy Vinaigrette; Cooking to Combat Cancer

Chris, of Mele Cotte is hosting the 3rd annual “Cooking to Combat Cancer” event this month. The purpose, as the name implies, is to remind all of us that we are what we eat. The National Cancer Institute estimates that one third of all cancer deaths may be diet related. In case you don’t understand ... Continue reading...

14 Foods High in Estrogen

14 Foods High in Estrogen

Estrogen is one of these hormones that is essential for both men and women. It is a naturally-occurring hormone that plays a crucial role in women’s sexual and reproductive health.  Hormones play an essential role in the human body working correctly. An imbalance of these hormones can have some adverse effects on all aspects of health.  This hormone is present at a higher level in women. Good levels of this hormone are essential for both genders as they can support mood regulation, bone health, and lower cancer risk. Most of the people, especially women, face estrogen imbalance. If the imbalance...

How To Perform A Breast Self-Exam The Right Way – MK Library

How To Perform A Breast Self-Exam The Right Way – MK Library

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Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women between the ages of 15-54. Unfortunately, with delayed diagnosis comes a higher rate of mortality.

What do you need to know about coffee - :: Nutrizonia ::

What do you need to know about coffee - :: Nutrizonia ::

Tags: Coffee

Can coffee be good for you? Can coffee fights chronic diseases? All you need to know about coffee, and it's association with diseases like cancer and more!

Blue crab cookies – Marshmallows & Margaritas

Blue crab cookies – Marshmallows & Margaritas

Did you know the blue crab population in the Chesapeake Bay is at its highest level since 1993? Did you know blue crabs are blue when they’re alive but turn reddish when you cook them? Did you know that even though my astrological sign is Cancer and I live in Maryland, I will die if [...]

Make Your Own Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons to Wear!

Make Your Own Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons to Wear!

As you probably know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. It's a time to increase awareness of the disease, raise funds for research and treatment, and support those whose lives have been affected by breast cancer. The symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness is a simple pink ribbon, and it's easy to make them to wear as barrettes, earrings, or headbands for yourself or to give lapel pins to friends, family, and co-workers to help spread the word and show support.

The Benefits of Blueberries

The Benefits of Blueberries

The Benefits of Blueberries  Blueberries are high in antioxidants, fiber, and nutrients. Together, these may support your skin’s ability to fight inflammation related to acne, psoriasis, eczema, and premature aging.  Blueberries are among the most powerful fruits in the world, despite their little size. Each little berry is jam-packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help protect you from anything from high cholesterol and blood pressure to heart disease and cancer. Blueberries, in fact, have one of the highest antioxidant contents of any fruit, according to research. Their benefits aren’t restricted to internal health: they also have significant skin-boosting...

Beet Pesto

Beet Pesto

Vibrantly pink, nutty, tart, and tasty, this Beet Pesto is absolutely delectable. Beets are one of my favorite ingredients.  You can eat them raw, boiled, roasted, or cooked.  The color of beets is so bold and beautiful that adding it to any dish brightens up my table. I wanted to highlight October for Breast Cancer… Continue reading →

10 Amazing Health Benefits of Noni - Healthier Steps

10 Amazing Health Benefits of Noni - Healthier Steps

Noni is a fruit native to the Polynesian region, it is used for many ailments from diabetes and cancer. Here are 10 Amazing Health Benefits of Noni.

Wakame Salad (Gluten Free) - Healthier Steps

Wakame Salad (Gluten Free) - Healthier Steps

If you have never tried sea vegetables/weeds, this is a great apportunity. There are many edible sea vegetables available and wakame is one of my favorites. I also love roasted nori, kombu and hijiki. Wakame is a sea vegetable that has many benefits nutritionally, and is low in fat and calories. It helps to prevent heart disease, diabetes, cancer and diabetes. It is excellent for those on a weight loss program and it is believed that it burns fat. It is beneficial for those with hypothyroidism, strokes and tumors. It is a good source of magnesium, iodine, calcium, iron, Vitamin...

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