Is it HEALTH or is it HELLth?

Foods from the ‘alkaline’ side include fresh seasonal fruit

I am sitting here this morning waiting for my primary care office to call me to set up an appointment to have the stress test the ER doctor ordered to be done.

So, while waiting I have been checking my news trap line and listening to NewsMAX. They have several items related to Covid and the *vaccines*. Continue reading

World Health Organization Says Processed Meat Causes Cancer

According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), processed meat is tagged as a carcinogen. With such classification, processed meat and cancer are now highly associated with one another. Clearly, there’s more to know about this relevant topic. So, we’ve gathered some pertinent information about the correlation of meat with cancer. But before we go into details, let’s first distinguish processed meat from red meat. Continue reading

How to Boost Your Immune System

NOTE: It is rare, if ever that we will post a column which embeds links to products being offered by any author, however you will note that the following does make an exception to the rule, as the source is extremely reliable and trustworthy – in our opinion. Those related links are colored in blue.~ Ed.

We are continually exposed to organisms that are inhaled, swallowed or inhabit our skin and mucous membranes. Whether or not these organisms lead to disease is decided by the integrity of our body’s defense mechanisms, or immune system.

When our immune system is working properly, we don’t even notice it. But when we have an under- or over-active immune system, we are at a greater risk of developing infections and other health conditions. Continue reading

The Ultimate Guide To Composting

Each day, I receive many emails for all of our daily websites “offering” to share links to one of our posts – IF – I would post an article which the sender wants me to believe would benefit our site(s). In 99% of those received – I have never heard of them and in each case – what is really being “pushed” is a column which is full of many built in links for something which THEY have to sell. I typically reject ALL of them… BUT – what you are about to read below – although there is an ad built into that – which I am gladly sharing – I feel that the lessons here are far too great NOT to offer – and because of it – I gladly welcome all that has been provided below.

One must also understand, that I was born and spent much of my early years in farm country back in the 50’s and early 60’s, and learned much from my great grandmother about gardening and canning – you know – ‘putting up‘ for the winter – as we used to say. I used to hop the fence into the land that the Arendorfer family leased from our family in order for their cattle to graze. Oh yeah – I learned at an early age, the art of ‘pooper-scooping‘ (dried stuff) to use for Granny’s compost pile. …and just how do think that the tomatoes came out?

So, what REALLY made me want to post ‘The Ultimate Guide…‘? From time to time I HAVE posted several articles as relates to growing one’s own food – whether it be for guidance and the importance of a full garden – maybe even for the near or long-term unknown that we may be facing in America – or maybe because I believe that teaching our children and grandchildren (as I was taught) how to be self-sufficient. Whatever your reasons are – they are GOOD ones… and hey – you will be able to control what you eat – and keep Monsanto and the rest of the poisonous bad guys out of your “farm” – and that is not such a bad idea. You will learn much about how to grow a vegetable garden – and THAT is the best part of all – you can do it as a family. In addition, the nutritional gain that your family will receive – will be of immense to one’s overall health. Besides – it’s all about taking Back CONTROL of your life, your diet and your overall health!

I will be adding several links within this post (OOPS – I already did – right here in the Foreword), which will allow you to gain a better understanding as to WHY I have gladly chosen to share all that is before you ~ and if you should choose to give the great folks at Simple Grow a call – tell ’em where you read of them – won’t you?

I’ll See you at Sundown ~ after the Harvest is done!

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Are These Cancer-Causing Foods in Your Diet?

Cancer is a systemic disease with various causes, some of which include a poor diet, toxin exposure, nutrient deficiencies and to some extent genetics. One extremely important way to prevent and/or treat cancer is nutritionally, through eating a nutrient-dense diet and avoiding things that are known to increase cancer risk. Continue reading

Reduce your risk of breast cancer by eating more onions and garlic: Research

Sofrito, a condiment made from onions and garlic, is a staple in Puerto Rican kitchens. Some personalized recipes might feature other healthful herbs and spices like cilantro and peppers, but its most basic ingredients remain the same. It can be consumed as a dip like salsa or used as a foundation for rice dishes. Continue reading

19 Cancer Causing Foods You Have To Stop Eating

Photo: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

You might already know that eating junk food is a major risk factor for cancer. But there are a lot of health foods and diet products which also have carcinogens hiding in them.

What if you don’t eat junk and don’t follow diet fads? Do you know that almost all packaged foods contain certain ingredients which may be cancer causing agents? It’s time to be an informed consumer and vote with your money so that food companies are forced to put good quality, safe products on shelves. Continue reading

How to Grow a Vegetable Garden

AS we have shared with you for many years – it is YOUR Health and YOUR Choice! … and you know – it’s not bad for your mental health either! ~ Ed.

Learn how to grow an organic vegetable garden the best and easiest way! Grow fruits and veggies with less labor, less watering, less weeds, and an extremely abundant harvest! Paul Gautschi, the founder of Back to Eden Gardening, has popularized the use of FREE wood chip mulch from tree trimmings in vegetable gardens and orchards. Discover the organic gardening movement that has made millions of people worldwide love organic gardening by watching the film, streaming online for free!


I am so tired of all the Covid-19 and related issues as I am sure most of you are as well.

I’ve posted out volumes of emails about how to PREVENT any Virus or Bacteria from living in your body but so many of you refuse to do the SIMPLE things to maintain good HEALTH and PREVENT virus or bacterial illnesses from surviving in your body. I speak from personal experience and on YEARS of being both a regular victim of the virus and bacterial illnesses – and – once I learned of the pH balance in 2008 or so – I have not suffered so much as a SNIFFLE! Continue reading

The Fungus and Cancer Connection

Studies Show Fungus on, or Inside Your Body Could Not Only Cause Cancer, but Also Feed It

Here’s something your doctor, or Oncologist will never tell you. If you have cancer, then you have fungus/mold/candida. It feeds the cancer, it is cancer itself. Here’s all you need to know and how to deal with it.

Few things are scarier than hearing the words, “you have cancer.” And yet it’s something that an estimated one third, to half the population will hear at least once in their lifetime.

With such staggering rates and so much money and research poured into combating cancer, you would think we would have rounded the corner towards reducing it, or even found a cure by now. What is terrifying is that despite the millions of dollars spent every year on research, we seem to be no closer to knowing exactly what causes cancer, much less finding a cure for it. Continue reading

Big Pharma lies about vitamin C to keep people sick with cancer… while reaping huge profits from toxic cancer treatments

Vitamin C may have gotten a bit of buzz as the coronavirus pandemic ramped up, but the truth is that this wonder vitamin is often ignored by conventional medicine and the media. However, it can’t be a coincidence that most people who suffer from a chronic degenerative disease are deficient in vitamin C and that lots of cancer patients have been helped by high doses of vitamin C delivered intravenously over the years. Continue reading

Eating plenty of CINNAMON could help people with high blood sugar levels stave off diabetes

Eating plenty of cinnamon could help people with high blood sugar levels stave off diabetes, a new study has revealed.

Cinnamon improves blood sugar control in people with pre-diabetes and could slow the progression to type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the Journal of the Endocrine Society.

The fragrant spice, taken from the bark of trees, improves blood sugar control in people with pre-diabetes and could slow the progression to full-blown diabetes.

In experiments in the US, cinnamon supplements with a meal were proven to lower the warning signs of diabetes after three months. Continue reading

What to Eat When You’re Stressed

Photo of a father and daughter sitting in the kitchen,daughter is comforting her father who is worried about home bills

Your kids are yelling, the dog is barking, the phone is ringing and you’re pushing yourself to finish a project that was due yesterday. Balancing career with family is challenging enough, but when daily stressors are heightened by a serious medical diagnosis, financial hardship, or the added responsibility of caring for aging parents, life can feel unmanageable. While some stress is healthy and stimulating, chronic stress can be debilitating to your body, mind and spirit. What we eat is critical to our ability to manage stress and poor eating habits only add to the toll stress takes on our bodies. Continue reading

The Ways the Pandemic Has Influenced Our Eating Habits

More cooking, more uncertainty, less exercise and less sleep have taken their toll

Making banana bread was popular early in quarantine

Last week, my husband and I decided since outdoor dining resumed in our state, we would go out to dinner. For the first time in several months, I decided to get dressed up. I noticed that all my “real” pants felt snug at the waist. The pandemic and staying at home had changed my eating habits immensely. Continue reading