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by Andrea Beaman, HHC

Millions of Americans have been diagnosed with osteopenia and it may not be true. Our bones, designed to carry us upright for our entire lifetime, naturally build-up and break-down along the way. Osteoblasts are responsible for the making of bone, and osteoclasts remove old bone as those minerals are used elsewhere in the body. When we are young and growing, the build-up of bone exceeds the break-down...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: There is a misconception that we need to supplement with calcium for healthy bones.  But supplementing with calcium can also lead to other health issues if your body does not need this mineral.  For example, did you know that excess calcium supplementation can increase your risk of breast cancer?  Andrea Beaman shares with us all the foods that create breakage as well as the foods that will support your bones.  She is also offering a free teleseminar on how to Feed Your Bones.

 

Holistic Nutrition


 

by Robert Pendergrast, MD

When it comes to a cancer prevention diet, or “anti-aging” or any other medical hot-button issue, the temptation is to look for and believe that there is a single magic bullet which will take care of the problem. It’s the same temptation that has led doctors and pharmaceutical companies to believe that single prescription drugs are the answer to medical problems with their roots in complex lifestyle choices such as diet...


Editor's Note by Debbie Walhof: A healthy way to help prevent cancer… read on.

Integrative Medicine


by Jeannie Plowman AS, RM/T

62 million women in the United States use Oral Contraceptives for so many reasons such as they help fight ovarian cancer and acne and the obvious to prevent pregnancy (1)...

 

Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: This is a story of a brave woman who was diagnosed with a Hepatic Adenoma, yet denied surgery and allowed her body to heal itself. Western culture puts so much faith in surgery and medications but forgets that the human body has the power to heal on its own through the Natural Process.

 

Chiropractic


by Robert F. Esterley III

My name is Robert F. Esterley III. My friend, Sherri Eberhart, allowed me the opportunity to create a healing space for her during the final months of her battle against breast cancer. Here’s our story...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: I love the idea of creating an Angel Room or other sacred spaces in the home. Just the thought of it soothes my soul. Robert Esterley designs with the sacred and spiritual in mind. In this article he shares the story of a dear friend's request to create an angel room in her home while bravely confronting breast cancer. Robert beautifully illuminates the powerful healing effect of the process and of allowing the divine to hold us in that space, no matter where we are.

 

Sacred Living


by Jenny Park

There are certainly no guarantees in life for perfect health, but practicing the yoga lifestyle can truly make a difference. When it comes to cancer prevention, there are preferred foods, meditation, breathing techniques (pranayama), and postures (asanas) that do wonderful things inside us that support and strengthen the immune system and major organs...

 

Editor's Note: Yoga’s restorative benefits and injury prevention have long been studied and documented. It’s meditative effects on stress and calming of the mind have been praised by both wellness advocates and doctors alike. This yoga instructor discusses the revitalizing benefits that yoga has on it's practioners.

 

Yoga


by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

Clinical experience, as well as research in nerve pain conditions such as pancreatic cancer, has shown that magnesium can be an effective treatment for pain. Although it is clear why magnesium can decrease muscle pain (it makes muscles relax), why it would help nerve pain was less clear. A new study on rats to be printed in The Journal of Physiology confirms our clinical experience that magnesium decreases nerve pain — while also pointing to how it works...  

 

 

Integrative Medicine


 

Editor´s Note from Karen Stabley: Anise Bullimore shares a beautiful and deeply personal talk about her experience with breast cancer. She describes how art helped her to heal and also to understand her experience and emotions. It is a very inspiring and positive talk.

 

Arts & Art Therapy


by Kathy Smith

How do I put this delicately?  Getting a colonoscopy is a pain in the butt.  I procrastinated, and didn't get my first one until I was 53 (three years after the recommended starting age).  I knew that the preparation, the planning, and the procedure would be uncomfortable - but luckily Katie Couric saved the day. Her televised colonoscopy was a powerful reminder of how important these tests really are.

 

And when it comes to preventing colon cancer, here's some more important news I ran across...

 

Exercise & Fitness


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