Monday, May 9, 2016

Mother's Day

Yesterday, Mother's Day would normally be filled with laughter and fun activities but instead I watched my mother suffer in pain from side affects from Cancer treatments. Turning to me and saying "your mommy isn't doing so good but I'm fighting". 

This is why I am trying to educate people about chemicals in their foods, how to use holistic nutrition instead of pills and giving cancer prevention nutrition tips.  I'm giving to you the advice and guidance that's lost on the ones I love the most whose path is solely Western Medicine. It's hard to watch a cancer patient continually eat a cancer causing diet. It's hard not to cringe because I know what every bite she takes is doing to her. It's also hard to watch your hero, my father, follow closely behind her, as his blood cells are suddenly having trouble producing. 

We all have the power to choose how we fight our battles. I just know there's a better way than watching someone we love die from the treatments and not disease.  

It's simple!  What you eat either keeps you alive or slowly kills you. If you don't get cancer, you will get something else. I wish people knew how precious every bite of food they eat really is to their health. 

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