The 2019 book award season has concluded and I'm so proud to have received four top honors. E.A.T. An Unconventional Decade In The Life Of A Cancer Patient is a four-time award-winning, best-selling journal-type narrative written from the 18 journals I kept during my battle with stage IV inflammatory breast cancer and a high-grade head and neck cancer.
Healing is simply attainable and sustainable when you’re taking a personalized integrative approach to your health care. Join me live and learn how to use foods that fight chronic disease, tools to reduce stress, daily practices to keep you in your lane, various modalities for emotional healing, words that get your doctors curious about you, and much more.
I am so pleased to announce that I’ve been accepted into Harvard Medical School’s remarkable NEER study or Network of Enigmatic Exceptional Responders, which is part of the People-Powered Medicine (PPM) program. Through NEER people like me who have beaten the odds and thrive cancer-free, are finally being looked at more closely to identify how others might benefit from our success.
Today’s recipe comes with one of my favorite stories I especially loved to tell when I began to teach how to use food as medicine. The story is an old folk tale called “Stone Soup,” and while there are several different versions, Jon J. Muth’s adaptation made a particularly strong impression on me while I worked to develop a community-based integrative health program to stop the growing trend of chronic disease.
Supplements tend to be the first thing we run to, believing they can provide us with the nutrients our bodies need. In fact, one of the first questions most new clients ask me is generally presented in the form of a box or bag filled with bottles of "nutritional supplements" they paid a lot of money for.