Here’s my interview with Debbie Mantenopoulos and Cameron Mathison on Home & Family on the Hallmark Channel, which originally aired November 15th, 2018. Everyone at Home & Family was amazing to work with and Debbie and Cameron are just as nice off-screen as they are on-screen. It was so much fun!
In a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers found that about 70% of patients diagnosed with the most common type of breast cancer can safely avoid chemotherapy after surgery.
A 7-year study found that stage III colon cancer survivors who ate at least 2 ounces of tree nuts per week were 42% less likely to have their cancer return and 57% less likely to die from their cancer than those who did not eat nuts.
The Clean Label Project recently tested 134 of America’s best selling animal-derived and plant-based protein powders for heavy metals, pesticides, BPA/BPS, residual solvents, mycotoxins, and antibiotics. Many animal-derived and plant-based protein powders were found to have significant levels of contaminants.
Annie Brandt was diagnosed with ER+ PR+ terminal breast cancer in 2001, with metastases to her brain and lungs. She was given 3 months to live… 5 months if she did treatment. She refused conventional therapy and healed her cancer with natural, non-toxic therapies.
A new study claims “Alternative medicine for cancer more than doubles death risk” and reveals the truth about cancer industry researchers.
Scientists at New York’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine have found that, while shrinking the tumors, chemotherapy opens a gateway for cancer cells to spread into the blood and then to other parts of the body.
New research finds evidence of a link between use of certain hair products, such as dyes and relaxers, and raised risk of breast cancer in women.
Tyler Hook was diagnosed with Stage 4 Medulloblastoma (brain cancer) at 3 years old. After six weeks of radiation and five months of chemotherapy treatments at St. Jude failed to cure him, he was given 3 weeks to live and sent home on hospice to die. He is now 6-years-old and cancer free after no further conventional treatment.
Please enjoy this touching interview with Tyler’s mom Sunshine, who saw hospice as an “open door” to use nutrition and natural therapies to help her son heal.