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So, my singer/actress/teacher sister Susannah, (seen above amidst terrifying gang of stuffed animals), and I took a trip to New York City recently on our usual starving-artist-style, shoestring budgets! We are so grateful for wonderful friends who offered us beautiful, cozy accommodations and a delicious breakfast! We stopped by ABC Home which must be the biggest indoor … Continue reading
You probably already know about my favorite doctor, Dr. Greene. If not, look below for further links. drgreene.com Other Dr. Greene Videos: Chemicals In Your Environment “Moms-To-Be Go Green for Baby” – Good Morning America Now “Raising Baby Green” – Fox & Friends “Detox Your Medicine Cabinet” – ABC News “Facts about Puberty – ABC News … Continue reading
Pediatrician, father of 4, Clinical Professor of pediatrics at Stanford, Child Health Hero, Dr. Greene is the leading edge of medicine and prevention. Here is what he has to say about ending childhood obesity.
“substances called isothiocyanates (or ITCs) — found in broccoli, cauliflower, watercress, and other cruciferous vegetables — appear to stop the growth of cancer. But nobody knew exactly how these substances work, a key to developing improved strategies for fighting cancer in humans.” Discovery of a biochemical basis for broccoli’s cancer-fighting ability.
When you know about something that is simply the best, you have an obligation to spread the word. When it comes to getting and staying healthy I do not need to convince anyone that Dr. Fuhrman’s method beats them all, hands down. Those that do not already know this only need to go to his … Continue reading
This problem is not occurring in the UK, Europe, Canada, Japan, or Australia. This is a U.S. problem. Robyn’s message is important for everyone living in the USA. Ignore or back burner this post if you don’t want to know the truth and are willing to pay the price of ignorance. Listen if you want … Continue reading
From sciencedaily.com (Sep. 1, 2010) — Side-by-side comparisons of organic and conventional strawberry farms and their fruit found the organic farms produced more flavorful and nutritious berries while leaving the soil healthier and more genetically diverse…The study is among the most comprehensive of its kind, analyzing 31 chemical and biological soil properties, soil DNA, and the … Continue reading