Chicken Soup for Mind, Body and Soul

Chicken Soup for Mind, Body and Soul

Fall has arrived and with it, cooler temperatures (fingers crossed). Nothing tastes as good on a cold day as a warm bowl of chicken soup. For many, chicken soup brings back memories of childhood and carefree youth. A cancer diagnosis can be hard, and we do all we can to bring out the positive aspects […]

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Men’s Health: Stress Less

Men’s Health: Stress Less

Men are susceptible to stress like the rest of us. Stress is a factor that if we let get out of hand can lead to larger health problems like diabetes, high cholesterol and even cancer. Stress has been proven to weaken the immune system, which is the body’s defense against diseases and infections. So where […]

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Celebrate National Women’s Health Week

Celebrate National Women’s Health Week

Celebrate women’s health this week. May 13 – 19, 2018 is National Women’s Health Week, an entire week dedicated to empower women to make their health a priority. National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and offers women events, and education to understand the […]

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10+ Tips to Help You Improve Your Health and Lifestyle

10+ Tips to Help You Improve Your Health and Lifestyle

It’s never too late to change your lifestyle, and sometimes, it isn’t just about the workout and the food you put in your body. A complete lifestyle change is meant to improve your life, and that includes getting rid of anything negative and replacing it with positive energy. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite […]

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Eat to Live with Grilled Baja-Style Fish Tacos

Eat to Live with Grilled Baja-Style Fish Tacos

In today’s world of nutrition, dieting and everything paleo, how do we know we’re eating the right foods to prevent cancer? Unfortunately, while this miracle list of superfoods doesn’t exist or guarantee you won’t EVER get cancer, the chances of living a much healthier and more active lifestyle increase. We can’t control cancer, but what […]

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Get a Little Vitamin D This Winter

Get a Little Vitamin D This Winter

Vitamin D is known as the “sunshine vitamin” because one of the main sources to organically find this vitamin is by exposure to the sun. Vitamin D promotes a healthy immune system and supports bone and muscle health and aids in cardiovascular function. These are all things that those diagnosed with cancer should place the […]

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Roasted Strawberry Buttermilk Sherbet

Roasted Strawberry Buttermilk Sherbet

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month we are dishing up recipes that honor the pink ribbon in delicious style. This week we want to share a delicious Roasted Strawberry Buttermilk Sherbet recipe. Nutrition is important when dealing with health issues such as a breast cancer diagnosis, but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself. Increasing your […]

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Drink Away Nausea with Ginger Limeade

Drink Away Nausea with Ginger Limeade

It’s no secret that many patients with cancer experience nausea when undergoing treatment. It can be caused by having a certain area of the brain triggered during treatment, or if certain areas of the esophagus, stomach, or intestines are triggered. Once these triggers are hit, they activate the pathway that leads to nausea, vomiting or […]

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Fresh Food : Try our Portabella Burgers

Fresh Food : Try our Portabella Burgers

We, as Americans have fallen off the wagon when it comes to nutrition. Instead of the 9 recommended servings of fruits and vegetables we typically only eat one-third (or three servings) of vegetables per day. What we’re doing to is depriving ourselves of necessary nutrients that help us in our fight against cancer. While we […]

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