Your appendix: A safe-house for microbiota

By | November 7th, 2017|Cancer prevention, colon cancer, disease prevention, Immune system|

In school biology classes you probably learned that your appendix is vestigial – i.e., a structure that has remained through evolution but has no function.  Now we know different, and this weekend, I’ve been grateful I have mine.  […]

Understanding the real mammogram numbers | What do the risk reduction statistics really mean?

By | October 27th, 2017|Breast cancer, Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Research|

October is breast cancer awareness month. We hear that having a regular mammogram cuts the risk of dying from breast cancer by as much as 20%.  Sounds like a good reason for getting screening. But what do those numbers really mean? […]

Vegetable tourism, and other wonderful ideas from Pam Warhurst

By | August 4th, 2017|Cancer prevention, Community, disease prevention, Food|

I attach an incredible talk by Pam Warhurst.  Take some time out to listen and be inspired.  As she says, it’s about more than growing edible plants, it’s about growing people. […]

Chickpea Mediterranean Salad | Eat like the Blue Zones

By | July 7th, 2017|Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Lifestyle Medicine, Lunch, Recipes|

This is a quick, easy, throw together, nourishing recipe.   […]

Dminder app to monitor your Vitamin D levels

By | July 4th, 2017|App review, Breast cancer, Cancer prevention, Play, vitamins and minerals|

The Dminder app is a way to keep track of whether you are getting too little or too much sunshine to maintain optimal vitamin D levels. Let’s take a look. […]

“Doctor in the House” stewed apple recipe for immune tolerance

By | June 30th, 2017|Basics, Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

In Tuesday’s blog post, we learned about the Michael Ash paper on the benefits of stewed apples. If you’ve been watching Doctor in the House on BBC with Dr. Chattergee, this was one of the treatments that they used in the second series. […]

Noodled apple breakfast bowl | Foodie Fridays

By | June 16th, 2017|Breakfast, Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Recipes|

Noodled apples?  Doesn’t that sound like a happy dish!  It’s the same as spiralized apples. Many people with spiralizers don’t ever use them on apples however.  So here’s a noodled apple breakfast bowl recipe for you to try.  Hardly a recipe really – but a great way to start the day. […]

Mulberry sweetened raw chocolate | Foodie Friday

By | June 9th, 2017|Basics, Cancer prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Recipes, Snacks|

Dried mulberries seem to be readily available in the stores nowadays. They are less sweet than a lot of other dried fruits so I thought I’d try using them to sweeten some raw chocolate.  […]

EWG’s 2017 Sunscreen guide | Choose the best sunscreen for you and your family

By | June 6th, 2017|App review, Cancer prevention, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Lifestyle Medicine, website review|

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) have released their 2017 sunscreen guide. Let’s take a look and see what it covers, so you can then explore it further and make some choices. […]

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