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September 12, 2017

You've heard it been said.

Sugar feeds cancer.

It sounds plausible, right? Cancer cells love sugar! It loves it so much that it even steals it from the healthy cells....who also love sugar.

Logic (and many nutritionists) would say that if sugar feeds cancer then stop all...

September 5, 2017

Lets get this over with. We gotta get the big elephants out of the room. You know, the uncertainty that arises when you decide you want to supplement your kid’s treatment with nutrition and detoxing. 

Once you begin to dig into cancer research and the multiple ways of h...

September 4, 2017

You are your kid's number one advocate. You always have been. You always will be. When your child is diagnosed with a disease that could potentially be life-threatening, you have to be their champion more than ever.

Yes, doctors are going to do everything they can, but...

September 3, 2017

There will never be a more important time to take your food seriously than when you've been told that you or your child are fighting to survive.

With the rise and fall in diet trends coming and going so quickly, it's easy to think that the "organic" industry is a trend...

September 2, 2017

"Your child has cancer."

When you're a mother, looking into the eyes of a doctor whose name tag says oncology, and she tells you that they are going to do everything they can to make your baby better, your mama bear heart is going to believe them.

Which is good, because...

July 19, 2017

It's all shifting.

And the astro says it's not just my world that's transforming into a new one. Energy has been building slowly for a long time, like up a giant roller coaster that's about to reach its peak before the ride.

Don't worry though. We will all fall into pl...

January 23, 2017

Yea, so I haven't stopped marching and there's still Sharpie on my arms.

Our health is a personal responsibility.

There is widespread misunderstanding that healthcare is something that you don’t have a right to without insurance companies. And in some cases this is tru...

January 22, 2017

There’s an anger buried deep. You know how it feels. You have it. It’s the same anger that brought millions of people together today to march peacefully in empathy of each others pain. This pain comes from different places, different kinds of abuse and oppression, diff...

January 19, 2017

My kids realllly want to go to this upcoming march because it's real hip. I can't blame them. I kind of want to go too. Not because I'm a feminist (I am), or because I'm for civil rights (I am) or because I think the marching will change anything that's happened (it wo...

January 16, 2017

Our world has the fix it quick syndrome. We’ve come by it honestly, having been raised in the era of TV dinner technologies and patented medicine. When we’re sick, we feel the need to “get better quickly” and rarely do we give our body the space of sickness that it nee...