Breast Cancer and Vitamin D-What You Need To Know

As we enjoy the summer solstice, most of us are spending more time outside absorbing the sunlight, and enjoying the longer days. The sun provides us with soothing warmth, energy, and can make us feel more optimistic about life in general. Another wonderful thing that the sun offers, which we are probably less likely to […]

Taking Care Of Yourself During The Crazy Busy Holiday Season!

There’s so much to do: shopping for presents, shopping for food, cooking the food, arranging to see lots of friends and family, spending time with friends and family, attending office parties, and more! And through there is the additional message that you “should” smile and be happy.

Breast Cancer as A Spiritual Path

That is the message I want you to understand. You can be healthier after cancer than you were before you got diagnosed when you learn more about nutrition and implement lifestyle changes.

Thoughts On The Summer Solstice

The prehistoric monument of Stonehenge in England

The word “solstice” comes from the Latin words “sol”, meaning sun, and “stitium”, meaning still or stopped. On this day, the Northern Hemisphere receives more daylight than any other day of the year.