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Does wearing a bra cause breast cancer?

You may be aware that mammograms cause cancer. Did you know that bras do? Medical anthropologist Sidney Singer studied women in Fiji in 1997. Diet and lifestyle were the same with the compared groups. Those who wore bras had the same rate of breast cancer as American women. Those who didn’t wear bras had no […]

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Cancer Treatment at Oasis of Hope IRVINE (Center for New Medicine), part 1 of 7

Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy spoke before I did, in Costa Mesa, to 300 GSG readers, before I began studying with her at her clinic, Center for New Medicine, in Irvine the next day. We also went to dinner at Jenny Ross’ 118 Degrees restaurant. Fabulous raw vegan food! Jenny is a beautiful young, and very […]

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Treatment modalities at Oasis of Hope, pharmaceutical and neutraceuticals, part 4 of 4

The following is a list of drugs and other neutraceuticals that Oasis docs prescribe. Reading my abstract below may seem like all of the herbal supplements do the same things. Inhibit enzymes that fend off T-cells in the tumor, cut off the tumor’s ability to increase its blood supply, enhance chemotherapy efficacy, and support immune […]

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Treatment modalities at Oasis…..part 3 of 4

Ultraviolet Light. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI) eliminates bacteria in the blood, and Dr. Niels Ryberg Finsen won a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1903 for successfully treating 300 lupus patients with UV light, a modality still used and accepted in Europe. What happened to it, then—for lupus, and in general? A century of American obsession […]

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Cancer treatment modalities at Oasis of Hope Tijuana…..part 1 of 4

Dr. Contreras can use treatments approved in other countries, even if 300 yards away, in the U.S., it’s not legal. (That doesn’t mean it’s been evaluated and deemed illegal—it just means it hasn’t been approved.) That’s a rather compelling reason to seek treatment at Oasis of Hope. Giving a cancer patient more options is a […]

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Traveling is no excuse to eat crap and get fat

A man behind me on my recent flight to Budapest, Hungary, phoned his wife right before takeoff and whispered, “I’m on a plane with Green Smoothie Girl.” I laughed, and later in Detroit when we changed planes, we chatted. His question was how I eat right when I travel. “I’m on the road a lot,” […]

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I need to gain some weight! Part 3 of 3

I have been studying a massive amount of information in the past few months about over 80,000 toxic chemicals and metals in our environment. Where they come from, what they do to us, how to avoid them, and how to get rid of them. Food (especially meat/dairy and processed foods), cosmetics, clothes, furniture and paint […]

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I need to gain some weight! Part 1 of 3

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I have a slight dilemma:  we have been working toward a whole foods lifestyle and I have 12 Steps to Whole Foods.  I have a supportive husband who is losing weight like me.  I’m ecstatic, him not so much.  He is 6 ft and 165 lbs and would love to be 175.  He […]

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Young Vegetarians, share this with your kids, part 2 of 2

I like this YouTube video about another vegetarian athlete, Jake Shields, whose parents never served animals but didn’t talk about why. Now Jake converts other athletes, who are amazed at how endurance increases when they eat only plants: Have your children look at all these world-class, famous athletes, including rocked-up bodybuilders, who don’t eat other […]

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Breast cancer patient LaDonna gives some advice, Oasis part 13 of 13

  Let me tell you about LaDonna from San Antonio. Like Elle and Christine, whom I met at Oasis, she had a recent breast cancer diagnosis despite living a relatively healthy lifestyle. She said, “I knew enough to know that if I were ever to have cancer, I would not go the ‘conventional route.’” LaDonna […]

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