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My interview in Coco Eco Magazine

I was recently interviewed for an article for the magazine Coco Eco, whose “Cancer Edition” hit virtual newsstands last week. http://cocoecomag.com Read p. 116, The Diet Dilemma: Can What We Eat Really Prevent Cancer? Regarding the comments of nutrition and natural medicine practitioner Anne Duney, PhD; Ayurvedic doctor Pratima Raichur; and myself (GSG), journalist Leilah […]

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All I think about is CANCER…am I a “conspiracy theorist?”…part 7 of 7

The ridiculous diatribe I read by an M.D., against all things non-medical, acts as if those who don’t subscribe to “modern medicine” are all quacks because they are conspiracy theorists. (Caught in his net include those utilizing means other than chemo to treat cancer, those wanting to avoid amalgam fillings, those wanting to avoid mercury […]

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All I think about is CANCER…on ‘quacks’….part 4 of 7

I had a lovely lunch yesterday with reader who is a documentary filmmaker. After reading all of your comments on this blog series this week, she wrote me, “I think you have a tiger by the tail here.” I have a prediction. As I make a documentary and develop a web site exploring the various […]

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All I think about is cancer…Dr. Max Gerson…part 3 of 7

Yesterday over 10,000 people read the blog, and I’m grateful for the comments made here, especially by those who have battled cancer, or been the primary support for a child, spouse, or parent. I am deeply moved by your stories. Possibly the most fascinating figure in “alternative health” for cancer treatment is Dr. Max Gerson, […]

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All I think about is CANCER…part 1 of 7

This past week I’ve been so busy, I barely had time to blog…I mean, breathe! My friend Jennie and I won a tennis doubles tournament. With friends, I camped in Big Cottonwood Canyon one night, hiked to Stewart Falls another night. Then my team went to Districts and we had matches three days in a […]

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hot dogs as bad for you as cigarettes?

Thanks to alert reader Lowana, for sending me this article about hot dogs. I think the very first nutrition study I read in my 20′s was about childhood cancer. The study found only one commonality in the children who had developed cancer, versus the control group: they consumed 11+ hot dogs per month. (Yes, I […]

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Huntsman Cancer Institute: surely you can do better than that!

Front page of the Sunday paper, a story about Le Tour De Donut. It’s a local bike race. The article’s subtitle: “It’s a food eating contest with some biking in between.” And the food was white sugar and white flour (and a bit of refined salt) fried in toxic hydrogenated grease. You were rewarded with […]

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Dear GreenSmoothieGirl for Arizona, part 3 of 4

Jenny B: I feel sick if I eat ANY cooked food. (She catalogues her diet and laments how difficult it is to stay almost all raw.) Will I always have to be this careful? Do you ever see people as food-sensitive as me? Will my health problems ever turn around? GSG: I have seen documentation […]

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My comments about preventive antibiotics, part 1 of 3

Disclaimer: I’m really conservative and avoid antibiotics, but I don’t tell people not to do what their doc says. I have strong opinions about antibiotics (AB’s) because of my experiences over a lifetime. I’ll tell you the nutshell version: I used to get strep as a kid, several times a year. I believe that so […]

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does my device REALLY neutralize harmful radioactive EMFs on my cell phone?

Before I post my thoughts about the antibiotic issue, I will give more people an opportunity to give an opinion. (My readers are smart, thoughtful, and experienced, so it’s fun to listen rather than talk sometimes!) I got this comment on the blog today about a product I have on all my kids’ cell phones […]

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