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Radical Remission – When Terminal Cancer Vanishes

If you’re an avid reader of mine, you know that I am a religious Dr. Oz Show watcher.  Not having the time to watch during school, where I am a Health Communication major, I came back to 21 episodes taped on my DVR!  I am slowly getting through them.

I need to share with you an episode I saw: The guest was Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D. and her book is Radical Remission – the Nine Key Factors That Can Make a Real Difference – Surviving Cancer Against All Odds.


She found that there were certain people who beat cancer by NOT using conventional medicine.  She wondered what the common thread was that ran through all these different people.  It was quite intriguing.

I went right to my library and got her book.  I’m just in the first chapter, but it is so exciting that I’ve already contacted some acquaintances with cancer to tell them about it.  My next stop was to tell you.

Check out this book, and, as usual, I say don’t wait until you have cancer to make the changes!


Dr. Oz Debate: Labeling Genetically Modified Foods, Pt 1 | The Dr. Oz Show

Bravo to The Dr. Oz Show for continuing to wake up viewers to the dangers of GMO’s. He addresses Whole Foods Market making every product with GMO’s in it be labeled within 5 years and interviews Whole Foods CEO. He also addresses GMO salmon, gmo tomato, which foods to avoid.. Please watch and share.

Web Exclusive: GMO OMG | The Dr. Oz Show

Dr. oz is really educating the public, waking us up, about GMO’s. Here is a link to a web exclusive about the new documentary GMO OMG.

Neal Barnard, M.D. | Watch Dr. Neal Barnard on Dr. Oz

Your Brain-Protection Plan | The Dr. Oz Show

An Alzheimer Epidemic is coming. Protect yourself with Dr. Neil Barnard’s plan. A Plantcentric lifestyle is the way! Read all about what to eat and what to avoid here:

The Super Grains You Should Be Eating | The Dr. Oz Show

This was a great segment on The Dr. Oz Show yesterday. And I happened to have two of them in my fridge! Tried teff for breakfast today in place of our staple of steel-cut oats. It was delicious! It is kind of like an earthy, sorta sweet Cream of Wheat. I’m making some now for tomorrow. I will divide it up into portioned-out bowls. I’m going to add canned 100% pumpkin to it after it’s done just like we do with the steel-cut in the slow cooker. I haven’t tried teff in our slow cooker yet.

– Dr. Oz: 5 Health Risks I WONT Take–and Neither Should You!

I found this information quite helpful. Hope you do too.

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