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Posts from the ‘Critical Health Thinking’ Category

Preventing and Reversing Cancer

If you have a history of breast cancer in your family you don’t have to be the woman who sits idly and passively as though you are defenseless against it. You can educate yourself and put a strategy of prevention to educate you, your family and others. We do not have to be defenseless against breast cancer.

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Clean Food and Healthy Digestion

Clean food is just as important as the nutrients found in them. Although it is tempting to skip cleaning your food it is certainly not wise to do so. You have a universe in your digestive tract!

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Acquiring the Taste for Simple Health

Once you have made the decision to practice the laws of health you will naturally desire to apply the first law of health which is the law of nutrition.

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Questions

Since my interview with Vanessa Rose on her program “Joy in Our Town” on KPAZ-TV 21 I’ve received a string of comments, feedback and questions. I am always grateful for those contact me with their thoughts about my journey to reclaiming my health. The questions I receive are exactly the questions I asked when I was first getting started on my journey. They are simple questions like what should I eat? What shouldn’t I eat? What do you mean by raw foods? Do you make a menu for the week?

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Breast Health and Cancer Prevention Lecture

June 30th, 2012
Juniper Library
1825 W. Union Hills Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85027
2:00 p.m.

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Becky Appears on Joy in Our Town with Vanessa Rose

Becky discusses the lack of nutrition in our diets and how high stress leads to sickness and disease with Vanessa Rose on Joy in Our Town.

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Becoming a Critical Health Thinker

Becoming a critical health thinker is one of the number one things I attribute to reclaiming my health. I had twelve years of chronic, debilitating illness and a breast cancer diagnosis before I faced how uneducated I was about the subject of health and wellness. After I began to study the subject on my own, I concluded that as far as my health was concerned, I was not only uneducated; I was ignorant.

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