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Today we are going to look at Cancer Nutrition Guidelines – Literally Thinking Outside The Box! You hear of me often speak of TAFYH Taking Action For Yourself. Today is a sample lesson from that program.
Healthy living is more than eating and exercising; it requires a permanent lifestyle change. ... Today we continue to learn more on how to evaluate where one’s health is at and then find out how to implement lifestyle changes so that the body can do what it naturally wants to do and that is to be HEALTHY! Thank you for TAKING action for your Health because HEALTH IS WEALTH AND IT IS ALL ABOUT NFORMATION AND TRANSFORMATION. www.takingactionforyourhealth.com To download this article visit: http://www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/cancer-nutrition-guidelines-think-outside-the-box/15468/
Be sure to request your free BSQ Body system questionnaire at email@example.com and get your free evaluation on what your health may be indicating. For fact sheets with more information on the products discussed go to www.mysp.com/kathydeane and view my web site at www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/kathydeane. A reminder this program is for Educational purposes. Always consult with a qualified practitioner before embarking on any program. UNTIL NEXT TIME remember HEALTH IS WEALTH!
Emailing, texting, tweeting and other forms of written communication are often very informal and include lingo and spellings that won't work well for college communication. This broadcast with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale provides great tips for students for successfully emailing instructors and other college professionals.
Tune in for Part II of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) survivorship guidelines as we delve deeper into fall-out and future implications. Kathy LaTour hit upon the new evidence-based guidelines inside CURE Magazine. Last Monday's episode scratched the surface on how patients and physicians have dealt with chronic issues resulting from cancer treatment.
As a returning guest, Molly MacDonald provided our listeners with the latest milestones and partnerships of her non-profit, The Pink Fund. While she considered her cancer to be a "mild" case, her story of basic needs being threatened for herself and her five children was absolutely riveting. Tragedy turned triumph inspired a mission of providing a financial bridge for the women and men fighting for their lives during breast cancer treatment. Finances have a direct impact on the issues ASCO outlined.
Survivor and participant at the recent OMG! Stupid Cancer Summit, Diana DeVoe, also joined the discussion. For more than 20 years of survivorship she suffered with neuropathy, fatigue, depression, and anxiety ... and denial. She gave listeners an inside view of why the new guidelines may serve as a beacon of hope.
This week, the ASCO discussion continues on a much deeper level. Tune in to hear what it will take to achieve understanding and ultimate quality of care.
The following is an objective approach to hearing from the Lord concerning specific issues. Knowing you have consistently followed certain steps often takes the emotion and doubt out of going to the Lord and increases our confidence that we have truly heard from Him.
1. Acknowledge and remind yourself of your spiritual identity in Christ. Who you truly are, a spirit being, already knows the answer to whatever your question is!
2. Review the central means of guidance in the previous series, “General Methods of Guidance according to Grace.”
3. DO THE RESEARCH! Seeking divine guidance is not a way to get out of your decision-making responsibilities.
4. Decide what YOU want to do. You can’t submit your desires to God until you “own” them; you can’t truly give to God something that doesn’t belong to you.
5. Adjust your beliefs and expectations until you can take an objective stance regarding the issue. It’s difficult to hear from the Lord when we already have an opinion.
6. Ask specific questions. Having done your research and self-evaluation, phrase the issue into specific questions, rather than asking the Lord general questions.
7. Establish a time frame for when you need an answer; by noon on Thursday, for example. Be realistic, and develop an expectation of His response.
8. Set aside time specifically to wait on the Lord regarding the issue.
9. When your deadline comes, if you have specifically heard from the Lord, acknowledge the direction specifically. If you haven’t heard specifically, go ahead and make a decision!
10. Set a final deadline. Wait on the Lord, giving Him an opportunity to change your mind. “Lord, tomorrow I’m going to accept that position. If you don’t want me to, let me know.”
11. Act on your decision, taking responsibility for the guidance received.
How many writing rules are there? Too many to count. Do you have to follow them all, every time, in every situation? If you try to, you'll make yourself go crazy. The important thing about writing rules is knowing why the exist. When you know why something is a rule, you'll be able to determine when to stick to it and when to break it. Today we'll be talking about some popular writing rules that don't always need to be heeded.
Join talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the latest health news...Synthetic Drugs, New Blood Pressure Guidelines, Multi-Vitamins and Marijuana.
Did you know... Contrary to common belief, marijuana is addictive. Estimates from research suggest that about 9 percent of users become addicted to marijuana; this number increases among those who start young (to about 17 percent, or 1 in 6) and among daily users (to 25-50 percent).
Did you know...About one in three adults in the United States has high blood pressure, according to the U.S. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Tune in this Sunday to learn more. Call into the studio with your questions and comments.
As we continue our special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, hosts June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Tom Theobald will be joined by Jeff Anderson the owner of California-Minnesota Honey farms, which is a commercial migratory beekeeping operation to discuss the new EPA guidelines for investigating bee incidents. Jeff also represents the beekeeping industry on the National Beekeeping Advisory Board and The National Pollinator Defense Fund.
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Take any suicidal talk or behavior seriously. It's not just a warning sign that the person is thinking about suicide—it's a cry for help.
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Tom Theobald will be joined by 4 generation beekeeper Darren Cox , President of Cox Honey of Utah, LLC. To discuss the EPA’s reformed Guidelines for Investigators of Pesticide Incidents Involving Bees which was recently released.
About Darren: Darren Cox is President of Cox Honey of Utah, LLC. A fourth generation beekeeper, Cox’s family started keeping bees in St. George, Utah in the late 1800’s. In 1929 Cox Honey was incorporated as a family business. Darren bought and took over operation of Cox Honey from his father, Duane Cox, in 2002. He manages between 4,000 and 5,000 hives of honeybees.
Darren was appointed as chairman for the American Honey Producers Association Ag Advisory Board in 2008; appointed as Chairman for the National Honey Bee Advisory Board in 2009-2010; board member of National Pollinator Defense Fund; elected delegate for the American Honey Producers Association for the state of Utah since 2008, and currently serves as Vice President of the American Honey Producers Association.
CURE Magazine ran a recent blog about the newly issued evidence-based guidelines for cancer survivorship by American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). Kathy LaTour, their Editor at Large, says "it's about time." The new guidelines address the areas of "neuropathy, fatigue and depression, and anxiety." Quality care for these fall-out issues isn't as recognized as one would hope.
Joanna Montgomery is among those dealing with chronic cancer. Her diagnosis of a rare stage 3c aggressive cancer came just five days after delivering her "miracle" baby girl. Since 2012, she's wavered between remission and death. Her story has put a face to millions of other survivors dealing with the fall-out issues of cancer ... and Joanna's done the bulk of the telling. From blogging for the Huffington Post and writing a column for "The Stir" with Cafe Mom, to national spotlights like the Katie Couric Show, she's bared the nitty-gritty of living and dealing with chronic cancer.
Molly MacDonald had no family history and 13 years of clear mammograms before cancer invaded her life. Though she considered her case "mild", treatment regimens took a toll on her ability to work and support her family. That prompted her to bridge the financial gap for others; she founded The Pink Fund in 2006. With partnerships from Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy and Ford Warriors in Pink, among others, The Pink Fund is able to meet basic needs, while decreasing stress levels; thereby improving survivorship outcomes and quality of life.
Join us for a riveting conversation about survivorship during this quarterly feature with CURE Magazine.
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