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.
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.
The definition of master is: to be eminently skilled. In my journey to reclaiming my health there were many opportunities to become discouraged. In the beginning I was reading, learning and applying as many things as I could in no specific order. I was drinking more water, exercising, etc. but I did not have a strong protocol in place. I was haphazard. I often went to bed fearful that I was not doing enough to reverse my disease. Any symptom or question from a friend would shake my confidence in what I was doing. That is, until I remembered one of my favorite words in the English language, the word master.
Vegetable smoothies are one of my favorite and most convenient ways to deposit nutrients into my body. I consume them every single day. Vegetable smoothie are a perfect way to get vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, fiber and cleansing water from your fruits and vegetables in a hurry.
I follow several simple and sustainable food handling rules to ensure the foods my family and I consume are safe. The following critical health thinking skills and food preparation precautions will make all the difference in your journey to reclaiming your health and preventing sickness and disease.
October is breast cancer awareness month. After living with twelve years of chronic, debilitating illness my sickness culminated in breast cancer, stage two with a rapid dividing cell. I was in the worse shape of my life and everything that could be wrong with me was wrong. I had lost all hope of ever reclaiming my health. This post is dedicated to cancer prevention. The following are critical prevention skills that are the first line of defense against breast cancer.
October is hailed as the scary month. Chilling movies are aired at the theaters, frightening masks and creepy costumes are just around the corner as Halloween approaches. But there is another scary thing that is lurking. October is breast cancer awareness month. Now that’s scary! Yet still, there is something even scarier than breast cancer.