Dr. Nalini’s OutSmart Cancer Super Shake

Start each day off with health, energy and prevention. Dr. Nalini’s foundational Therapeutic Super Shake is an effective strategy to meet your daily nutrition goals without getting overwhelmed, whether you’re aiming to prevent cancer, protect…

Recipe: Spicy Roasted Winter Squash

winter squash recipe cancer fighting

Now is the peak season for delicious winter squash! Winter squash is an excellent source of antioxidants including carotenoids, Vitamin C, and Manganese. In fact, for many countries no single food provides better alpha-carotene and…

Recipe: Kale Medley with Apples and Pumpkin Seeds

Kale Salad Recipe

Delicious seasonal kale recipe with added fall toppings for sweetness and crunch! Let’s celebrate National Kale Day! Kale is one of the anti-cancer superfoods rich in cancer-fighting sulphoraphanes, vitamins, minerals, and plenty of fiber. Among the most…

Recipe: Pear Almond Crisp

Pear Almond Crisp Recipe

Warm up when it’s cool out with this guilt-free pear crisp dessert Pears are one of the highest-fiber fruits, offering six grams per medium-sized pear. Their high-fiber content helps reduce the risk of heart disease…

Recipe: Tomatillo Salsa

Tomatillo Salsa Recipe

Forget the morning OJ and dip into this full flavor tomatillo salsa! Tomatillos contain 20 percent of the daily recommended Vitamin C! They also contain a healthy amount of magnesium and 13 percent of the…

10 Minute Wellness Tips

10 Minute Health Wellness Tips

Improve just about every area of your health with wellness tips.  It’s absolutely free, no strings attached. My friends, Brad Costanzo and Bob Serling, at 10 Minute Wellness Tips, have just released a series of short,…

Melatonin Protects Your Cells | May Reduce Cancer Growth

Are You Getting Enough Sleep to Have A Strong Immune System? Studies show Melatonin may reduce cancer growth. Melatonin is found throughout your body and is a super antioxidant that protects cells and DNA from damage. As you age, melatonin declines. Consider melatonin supplementation to support normal sleep and strong cancer fighting immunity.

Breast Cancer | After Menopause Beware of Sugars and Starches

Research continues to reinforce the link between breast cancer and diet, particularly the importance of keeping your blood sugar in the low normal ranges. Higher levels of blood sugar and blood insulin are linked to higher incidence of breast cancers. This becomes more important as you age because most women develop some “insulin resistance” in which blood sugar starts to creep higher with advancing years as your cells become less sensitive to blood sugar regulating hormones. Post menopausal women should make efforts to reduce the intake of sweets and starches. This advice also applies to younger women who will benefit by implementing healthy eating habits early in life. It’s really very easy to accomplish.