Creating Radiant Wellness

We are almost to the end of the Radiant Wellness Online Speaker Series!   240x180

Join us Sunday Nov. 15th 10am PST for Menu Planning to Create Balance with  Sheri DeMaris M.Ed, a holistic health counselor who has taught whole foods/macrobiotic cooking for decades.

Then don’t miss out on the last three calls Monday & Tuesday November 16th &17th!

My long time friend, Meredith McCarty will teach us about Healing Cuisine Monday Nov.16th 12pm PST.

Everyone’s favorite San Francisco Bay Area Yoga teacher and my friend, Stacey Rosenberg, will teach Four Keys to Living Better in Your Body Tuesday Nov.17th 10am PST.

To wrap up and end the Radiant Wellness Speaker Series, it is my turn! I will teach you how to Creating Resilient Wellness Tuesday Nov.17th 12:00pm PST.

So much valuable information has been given by each and every speaker in the keys areas you need to know about, to have a healthy and joyous life.
It is worthwhile and amazing to receive all the positive feedback!

Be sure to purchase the Entire Recorded Series, NOW for only $37 — for Unlimited Access.

Carl Ferre will also give everyone who purchases the series by November 18th –  a complimentary pdf copy of his book Acid Alkaline Companion that presents a clear explanation of acid and alkaline theory, how to tell one’s current condition, and numerous tables of the acid-forming or alkaline-forming effects of various foods.

After November 18th, the series the recordings price increases to $67.

If you can’t make it live, make sure you register for each speaker’s talk and my Creating Resilient Wellness presentation, to listen to the FREE replays for (only 48 hours after the call). You will receive the links to the each recording in your inbox.

I’ll see you on the calls!
Patricia

6 Dietary Recommendations to reduce risk of several types of cancer

Prevent Cancer Costs by Preventing Cancer

1. Limit or avoid dairy products to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.

2. Limit or avoid alcohol to reduce the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, colon, rectum, and breast.

3. Avoid red and processed meats to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon and rectum. 6 guidelines-cancer-prevention

4. Avoid grilled, fried, and broiled meats to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon, rectum, breast, prostate, kidney, and pancreas.

5. Consume soy products to reduce risk of breast cancer and to reduce the risk of recurrence and mortality for women previously treated for breast cancer.

6. Emphasize fruits and vegetables to reduce risk of several common forms of cancer.

A new report shows that global spending on cancer drugs reached $100 billion last year—a 10.3 percent increase from 2013. Experts predict that, at this rate, spending on cancer medicine will reach $147 billion by 2018.

But we could potentially save billions by halting the rise of lifestyle cancers. Approximately one-third of cancer cases are preventable, according to the World Health Organization. And the American Institute for Cancer Research states that a healthy diet and other lifestyle changes can prevent an estimated 340,000 cancer cases per year.

Physicians Committee doctors and dietitians released a list of six dietary recommendations to help individuals lower their cancer risk. Read the recommendations below to learn how you can help improve your health. After all, prevention is the best form of treatment!  For more detail and background go to The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine