Category: Things you should know

Wellness Warrior TV: Interview With Anita Moorjani (2 of 2)

Posted May 23, 2012
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  Yesterday I posted part one of my interview with Anita Moorjani, the author of the brilliant book Dying To Be Me. Click here if you haven’t yet watched part one. Anita’s story is incredible. After battling lymphoma cancer for four years, Anita was on her last breaths. She went into a coma, had a… Read More

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Wellness Warrior TV: Interview With Anita Moorjani (1 of 2)

Posted May 22, 2012
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  I am giddy with excitement to share today’s blog with you. I finished reading a brilliant book not too long ago called Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani. This book is about how after battling lymphoma cancer for four long years, Anita was almost on her last breaths. She had tumours from the… Read More

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What Sickness Means and Why It’s Important to Understand it

Posted April 4, 2012
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Guest post by Dr Greg Schreeuwer. The human body is one of the most, if not the most, incredible and highly orchestrated system known to mankind. It is made of up several general organ systems, tissues, bones, vascular pathways, hormonal pathways and so many other processes and mechanisms that allow it to function. I often… Read More

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Healing Hiatus Activity #2: Oncology Massage

Posted March 19, 2012
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As some of you know, when I was first diagnosed with cancer (and before I put all of my faith into healing my body naturally) I underwent several conventional treatments including a couple of surgeries and an extremely high dose of chemotherapy – all targeted at my left hand, arm and armpit.   It’s been… Read More

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Why A Balanced Approach to Life Is Crucial To Your Health

Posted March 7, 2012
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Image found here Guest post by Dr Greg Schreeuwer.   One of the greatest contributors to cancer, apart from poor nutrition, electromagnetic radiation and a lack of physical exercise is a mental attitude of ‘all or nothing’. So often, we encounter people or come across people we love who have this specific approach to life…. Read More

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How to breathe to your advantage

Posted February 2, 2012
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  There are many things I say that I cannot live without: my parents, my puppy dog, my boyfriend, green smoothies etc. But this is not true. The one thing we all really cannot live without is breath – yet this is probably one of things we most take for granted. Breathing is free. It’s… Read More

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An interview on cancer with Dr John F. Demartini

Posted January 12, 2012
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  Guest post by Dr Greg Schreeuwer. Two months ago I posted a unique and paradigm-shifting approach to cancer on this website that received a lot of attention. Some great questions were asked and I wanted to do a follow up to help some of you get your questions answered in greater detail. Someone I… Read More

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How oral health impacts the health of the whole body

Posted December 13, 2011
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Guest post by Will and Susan Revak. “As much as 50% in the reversal of cancer is in the mouth.” – Burton Goldberg, expert in the field of alternative medicine What is going on in the mouth impacts the health of the whole body. Many of us are aware of the negative impact bacteria has… Read More

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I’m an official ambassador!

Posted November 3, 2011
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“You have cancer” is probably one of the most terrifying things you can be told. It doesn’t matter how old you are, this statement will instantly evoke fear, uncertainty and the anticipation of sickness and pain. Growing up in Western society, this is what we are taught goes hand-in-hand with cancer. Upon being granted this… Read More

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The healing power of ‘no’

Posted October 27, 2011
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I’m a people pleaser. This is both one of my attributes and weaknesses. It’s a good thing because it means I’m (mostly) seen as a nice person, but on the other hand it means that I tend to give more of myself than I really truly want to. I have trouble saying no, without a… Read More

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