Is there anything better than a soft, juicy, locally grown strawberry picked at the peak of ripeness? The difference between local varieties and the hard, grown for transport and to last in a grocery store, is huge. In the Northwest, local strawberries are
Happy March! March is National Nutrition Month so the theme this month on the blog is…drumroll…RECIPES! I know you love them. Food makes everyone happy but knowing what is healthy to eat and what is not can be confusing and make eating
Tomorrow is the first day of February already! Turns out February is National Cancer Prevention Month so this month the theme on the blog will be lifestyle tips and tricks that help prevent cancer. Truth be told, it’s hard to even
The more frequently asked questions that I get are centered around food–specifically what do I eat, is food really that important, and comments along the lines of, “my oncologist says that I can eat whatever I want.” To address this
As a cancer survivor, building my immune system is my number one focus. It is vital for you cancer survivors who want permanent remission as well as my readers who are non-cancer survivors (AKA regular people) who don’t want to
Sometimes I hear people say that food doesn’t matter in health. Or all food is converted to glucose in the blood and that fuels all cells so it doesn’t matter what you eat. Or all calories are the same inside
This week I’m bringing up to the front one of my older posts that is so helpful. It speaks to the HOW to living a healthy lifestyle in a busy world. Be sure to read all the way to the end
One of the best things you can do to fight cancer and to make sure it doesn’t recur is to boost your immune system. There are lots of ways to do that which I talk about in my book, WTF?!
Does the world seem to be off its axis? I was brought up to pay attention to and be involved in politics and to care about our planet. I have lived over half a century now and this is the
This is our greatest fear as survivors, isn’t it? It is looming in the background always. I suspect that it fades a bit with time, maybe we get used to the “all clear” at check-ups and the fear retreats a bit more.