by Martin Brofman, PhD
Each type of illness is associated with a particular way of being. There is a personality type associated with heart disease, there is another associated with cancer, another with nearsightedness, etc. The person’s way of being has had stress associated with it, and that stress has reached the physical level, manifesting as a symptom...
by Andrea Beaman, HHC
I don't believe mutilating my body and removing my breasts actually heals it. What do you believe?
More than a decade ago, when I was working at MTV Networks, a co-worker told me she was having her breasts removed to prevent cancer...
Editor's Note from Neda Smith: It seems these days, myself and Andrea Beaman are in the minority, when it comes to topics such as removing your breasts and mammograms. Recently Angelina Jolie made front page because of her decision, but no one heard when Anita Moorjani naturally healed her body of advanced cancer. Very interesting, huh? It is time we also bombard the media with stories such as this.
Editor's Note: Cancer is one of the most fatal diseases of 20th century which has spread its limbs further in 21st century. It is a most unpredictable disease and needs a multi-disciplinary approach. It should be wiped out in the most aggressive way at initial stages. The body's natural immunity and other approaches including keeping the person in best shape mentally and physically should be taken care of. If you ever thought we have already got that elusive approach to cancer, please check this video. Is long yet full of interesting information.
by David G. Arenson, ND
Recently it has been reported that 1 in every 2 men, and 1 in every 3 women will develop cancer at some point in their lives in the U.S. This shocking statistic shows that cancer is on the rise. The only silver lining I can think of is that this will motivate a greater awareness about diet and lifestyle factors. “Prevention is better than cure...”
by Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
The ideal exercise program includes cardio/aerobic exercise, strength training, weight-bearing exercise, stretching, breathing and balance...
Editor's Note from Dr. Jeffery Tucker: If we all agree that exercise is vital to health, then let's figure out the best routine. The right mix of exercise can: Reduce the risk of premature death, reduce the risk of heart disease, reduce high blood pressure, reduce high cholesterol, reduce the risks of many cancers - including colon and breast cancer - reduce the risk of developing diabetes, reduce fat and optimize body weight, build and maintain healthy muscles, bones, and joints, reduce depression and anxiety, enhance performance in work and sport.
Editor's Note from Wendy Wells: Dr. Lemmo explains thoroughly the history and use of the herb mistletoe for cancer treatment. Mistletoe is the number one herb used today for cancer patients all over the world.
Martin Brofman, an energy healer, shares some perspectives on how healing happens, along with some examples in his work. Martin has been working with and teaching healing since 1976, when he healed himself of terminal cancer. He is the author of the book, “Anything Can Be Healed...”
by Steven Gordon, LAc Dipl Ac, Dipl CH
One of the major causes of inflammation in the human body is the over consumption of processed, white sugar. When I was an intern in a Taoist school of acupuncture and a red halo developed on the skin around an inserted needle, the Master would say; “too much sugar causing heat.” What the Master meant (in Western terms) was that consumption of sugary foods would create inflammation in the blood...
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