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The role of Chemo, Super Fruits, and Faith in Cancer Mama’s stage 4 lung cancer had been inactive for 18 months. November 2013, her oncologist gave us the news that it was once again active and Mama had approximately 3 months to live. What should we do now? The oncologist gave 2 options: Do no […]

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It's best to eat Foods you recognize because they are most likely natural. Check for the first ingredients when eating processed food. If sugar is the first ingredient think again before purchasing Too much sugar over a period of time is damaging to the body. Shop the outside aisle of your grocery store, you'll find […]

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Allergies got you down?   The grass is green, the trees are budding and leafing out, the flowers are blooming but you are miserable. Your nose is running like a faucet, your eyes are red and itchy and you have this nagging cough. You are absolutely miserable yet life goes on so you reach for […]

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A Box of Chocolates for Valentine’s Day! When you do get a box of chocolates, how do you go about eating them? Do you eat them one piece at a time, take small bites and savor each bite? Do you put a whole piece in your mouth and enjoy that mouthful of sweetness as you […]

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What does nutrition have to do with violence and our safety? Shots rang out as my son walked toward the food court at the mall that Saturday morning. He had just dropped off his wife, his five year old son and his year and a half year old daughter at the well-equipped nice play area […]

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Recent headlines have brought breast cancer conversations to the forefront. We are hearing of more women taking, what I believe is, extreme measures to avoid breast cancer. The question I am asking myself, “Is having a double mastectomy the best choice if you are at high risk of developing breast cancer?” Before I go too […]

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  Diabetes nutrition is not all about calories. Yes, being overweight can contribute to diabetes as well as other associated diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, vision problems, joint problems, digestive issues, kidney disease, cancer, etc. In general conversations with diabetics, I have been told numerous times, “It doesn’t matter what I eat, it’s all […]

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Welcome to this issue of "Living a Healthy Fit Life"     Editor's Note –     Wow, it’s been awhile since you have received an update from me. I have lots of excuses but you are probably not interested in listening to me whine, after all God has given me the same number of […]

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What are most people doing wrong when they eat? What can they change in the way they eat to get healthy and stay healthy?   A study was done on over 16,000 people in 2010.[1] More than 80% of people over the age of 70 and more than 90% of other groups eat too many calories from […]

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The diabetes train is at epidemic levels.  Why?  Could it be that lifestyle and diet habits are contributing factors?  If you're at the train station to diabetes, take another route.  If you're already on the diabetes train, let's think about how to safely get off it.  I recently wrote an article about glycemic response and how […]

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