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A story about Marlena in Redding

The folks at Blendtec are a blessing to me, and to lots of others, too. They give me a $435 blender to give to one lucky attendee at each of my classes. Once, to an audience of 400 in Dallas, I said: “This amazing machine is a game-changer for your health. I really wish I […]

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My friend Madeline diagnosed with breast cancer…..Euro Cancer Travels part 6

Coming home from studying at 5 holistic cancer treatment facilities in Europe, we were met by the mother of my long-time friend who traveled with me to run my camera. Before we even got to baggage claim, Madeline (name changed) tells me: “I’ve just had a lumpectomy, and the biopsy indicates Stage 1 breast cancer. […]

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More…..about scars on the human body

Nikki wrote me about my last blog post. She said she was pondering the scar conversation we had, and about how scars point to some other things: She said, isn’t it amazing how the autonomic nervous system does things like breathing, creating white blood cells to fight infection, starting self-healing processes immediately upon being wounded. […]

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And what to do about SCARS?

On the long drive home from Tijuana to Utah earlier this month, I stopped at a McD’s because they have the cleanest bathrooms. And, well, because I’d drunk the 32 oz green juice I swerved off the freeway to get, at the Henderson Whole Foods Market. Inside the stall, a pink Post-It Note was taped […]

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New video: Eat Cancer-Fighting Chocolate Mousse!

Want to learn how chocolate mousse may be part of a cancer-reversal strategy? And by the same logic, a cancer-preventative one too? In November, I studied with Dr. Lloyd Jenkins, who runs the Budwig Clinic in Malaga Spain, on the southern coast. He is the only doctor endorsed by seven-time Nobel Prize-nominated Dr. Johanna Budwig. […]

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A healer in every home…..PART 2 of 3

The medical profession doesn’t have a single drug that the blood-brain barrier doesn’t put up a mounted defense against! (It’s a good thing, since drugs are never assimilated, digested, and eliminated by the body as natural plant foods and medicinal extracts are. And they always have side effects. Some side effects we FEEL, some we […]

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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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The Quotable Dr. Thomas Lodi, OASIS, part 4 of 13

Sunday I want you to meet Christine, a patient at Oasis, who did a massive amount of homework before choosing to work with Dr. Lodi. Today I’m giving you some nuggets from Dr. Lodi’s lecture after mine in Mesa, plus other things he said last week during a patient education session, and talking with me […]

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Oasis of Healing, DAVE’S STORY, part 2 of 13

On the last day of my stay at Oasis of Healing, I was deeply touched listening to the story of 76-year old geologist Dave. He didn’t know I was there researching, but when he told me his story and I told him I what I was there to do, he said, “Please feel free to […]

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thoughts on service

I don’t know about you-all, but I have a lot of sick people in my life right now. A couple of my tennis-club girlfriends are having serious issues affecting their ability to play–these being women in their 30′s and 40′s–like ovarian cancer and blurry vision suspected to be a brain tumor. Another of my good […]

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