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A Must Read Book On Eating for a Cure

 

 

Do you know a friend or family member that is battling cancer?  Sometimes it is really hard to try to find a way to help them, even though there isn’t much you can personally do besides be there for them and love them.  I know it’s hard to be in a situation where there is nothing you can do to take the pain away and make someone you love feel better. Recently I discovered a book called “Eating for a Cure” written by Danna Davis.  If you are looking for a way to connect to your loved one and want to be able to offer some sort of help, this book is it.

This book was “designed to educate cancer patients on holistic and therapeutic remedies. Cancer is one of the world’s most deadliest diseases, but if you could help prevent or even improve your treatment process by eating cancer fighting foods? Eating for a cure is a simple meal plan book that will show how to utilize the benefits of eating plant based using ingredients from your refrigerator. Each recipe is catered to your regular meal routine, Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Dinner, and delicious desserts. Cancer is a sneaky disease, but with cancer fighting foods on your meal plan, you will be on a journey to eating for a cure.”

Inside the book are recipes for breakfast, beverages, entrees, natural juices, and more. Not only does it include amazing recipes, it also includes a plethora of homeopathic remedies, stress releasing yoga techniques and daily affirmations. Overall, the vibe of this book is positive, the message is positive and the affirmations bring a little bit of joy to the end of the book.

You can buy this book in paper back or on the kindle, both available on Amazon.

Here is an example of a recipe that you would see in the book:

PAIN FIGHTING NONI JUICE
(Homeopathic Drinks)
-7 organic Noni fruit strainer
-1 airtight container glass container
-Pick fully ripened Noni to prepare the juice. Wash the fruit. Be careful not to blemish the skin when you wash. Put the fruit inside a large sterile airtight container so it can age. Put the container outside for several weeks, ideally from 6 to 8 weeks. During this time, the fruit will ferment and the juice will separate and accumulate on the bottom of the container. When the fruit has finished fermenting, strain the juice in order to remove most of the pulp. Store in the refrigerator in a glass container.
Note: Health benefits of Noni juice includes the prevention of cancer, protection and healthy functioning of the liver, maintenance of cardiovascular health, relaxed muscles, relief from memory problems and conditions like gout and diabetes.

 

Here is a quick link to purchasing this book on Amazon.

 

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Jennifer is the Owner of TWL Working Moms and Co-Owner of Influential Mamas.  Along with blogging + freelance writing, she is a mom, army wife and full-time teacher. Jennifer lives in Washington State and is a born + raised New Yorker. In her spare time, she loves traveling, yoga, the beach, writing, listening to books and drinking coffee.

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