December 6th, 2018 By Marianna Pochelli, N.D. Guest writer for Wake Up World In my experience as a Naturopathic Doctor, not just a few but virtually all diseases can be healed with the correct diet and absolutely no medication. Your body is capable of handling and recovering from any ailment provided you give it the……Read more
Video Transcript: Juicing to Fight Cancer: The Best Way to Get All the Right Nutrients Ty Bollinger: Hey welcome back everyone. Ty Bollinger here and my wife Charlene. You may have seen Liana Werner-Gray over the last few weeks share Parts 1 & 2 at the Orlando LIVE event in 2017. This is Part 3. Charlene…More: Video & transcript
Video Transcript: How Junk Food Leads to Cancer (Part 2) – Cancer-Fighting Nutrition [Editor’s Note: If you missed Part 1, go here to watch now!] Charlene Bollinger: Hi there, Ty and Charlene here again to tell you that we’re pretty excited to present to you Part 2 of Liana’s presentation. Ty Bollinger: Liana Werner-Gray presented last…..video & transcript
Thanks to the exponential growth of technology, modern society is evolving fast. Unfortunately, disease is also on the rise. Our bodies are suffering from exposure to petroleum byproducts, air pollution, processed foods, agrichemicals, and radiation.
In this context, prevention is critical. One of the easiest ways to promote overall wellness is by eating a nutritious diet high in beneficial vitamins and minerals. Cruciferous vegetables cannot be neglected! This class of veggies includes broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, radish, rutabaga, turnip, and arugula.
What makes cruciferous vegetables so potent is that they contain an important phytochemical called sulforaphane. Sulforaphane has been getting a lot of attention in research for the last quarter-century for its anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidant promotion.
Sulforaphane has been shown to prevent oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is when the body starts producing a lot of ROS (reactive oxygen species) as a natural immune defense. The ROS synthesize into free radicals and the body doesn’t have enough antioxidants available to cope...
Sugar consumption has steadily risen in recent years and the USDA now reports that the average American consumes around 150 pounds of sugar per year.  Sodas are a major source of refined sugars in the American diet. Energy drinks are close behind, and even fruit juices are working against us. Don’t let the word…