Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Cancer is Curable Now!

CANCER is curable NOW

I have been anxiously waiting for this DVD to be released for a longtime and it is finally completed. Cancer inflicts one in three people in North America today and has passed heart disease as the leading killer. Ask anyone you know and they themselves or a close loved one has been affected.

Unfortunately, instead of offering these poor people education and choices, many of them will be terrorized by the medical establishment with statements like "If you do not take Chemotherapy, you will die!"

Are these doctors evil? Probably not. Many are busy and ill informed and their training never included any methods except conventional treatments. Many others are supported by the pharmaceutical companies that make mega bucks off of their recommendation. For whatever reasons, you doctor may not be giving you all the choices.

Now you or your loved ones can be informed and equipped with knowledge and a plan of action when faced with the big "C" diagnoses. Cancer is not a death sentence! Be informed before you are faced with a crisis.

This documentary will empower you to take charge of your health. It will teach you how to discern clearly what will heal and what will damage your body's innate ability to heal, so you won't be a victim of this greedy medical system. The human physique and it's emotional imbalances are a key focus point for many of the cancer experts as a healthy mind-body connection is necessary for a patient to recover and stay well.

With 31 leading global cancer experts, scientists, doctors and authors,
Cancer is Curable NOW is the most comprehensive and conclusive documentary about cancer and holistic cancer treatments ever made. Additional to a multitude of physical and dietary treatments this groundbreaking documentary uncovers the various problems, physical and emotional that promote and cause cancer.

“Find the CAUSE, remove it, and your body will heal"


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Friday, February 11, 2011

*HOT* Amazon: Sweetleaf Clear Liquid Stevia, 4 0unce Bottles, $9.37each Delivered!


Sweetleaf Liquid Stevia 4 Ounze Bottles (pack of 2)

Reg 49.98 Now $18.74 , $9.37 each


This and the following deals posted are based on being eligible for Subscribe and Save, as well as Free Super Saver Shipping.

Be sure to unsubscribe after you place the order if you don’t want to continue purchasing the same item on a regular basis. Simply go into "Your Account" in the top right hand corner of any Amazon page, Click "Manage Subscribe and Save Items" and then choose that item and click "cancel subscription."

Since this is something that I use a lot of and have paid $15.00 each at Azure Standard in the past (who usually have very good prices) I decided to stock up as much as I could this month before this item is out of stock.

I love to make a wonderfully cleansing morning "Lemonaid" using liquid Stevia and have recently started making a delightfully healthy homemade gingerale. Watch for this future post.

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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Vitacost: Carlson's Fish Oil 16 Ounce $10.80



Another screaming Hot Deal today with Vitacost's best seller Carlson Fish oil 16 Ounce size Reg 48.50 Now $10.80

Expires January 17th (or I suspect until supplies last at this price)

Must enter source code EMPP50 at check out (at the very last page) to get your 50% off. Shipping is always $4.99 no matter how many items are purchased.

Check out the rest of the great New Years Specials they have on right now also using the same code above. Applying it to your cart once gets you 50% discount automatically on all eligible items.

Alacer Emergen-C Vitamin C Drink Mix Raspberry -- 1000 mg - 30 Packets Reg $15.82

Now $6.44

Enzymatic Therapy Acidophilus Pearls-- 90 Capsules Reg $39.95 Now 8.53


Nutiva Certified Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil -- 54 fl oz Reg $32.99 Now $10.20


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*Hot* Amazon Deals: Sweetleaf Liquid Stevia $7.33 Each Delivered

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SweetLeaf SteviaClear Liquid Stevia, 4-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2)""">Stevia Sweatleaf 4 ounce bottles, pack of two, Reg$49.98 Now $14.67 ($7.33 ea) with code SWTLEAF2 at check out.

This and the following deals posted are based on being eligible for Subscribe and Save, as well as free Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25. Be sure to unsubscribe after if you don’t want to continue purchasing the same item monthly.

To unsubscribe (after you place your order) simply go into "Your Account" in the top right hand corner of any Amazon page, Click "Manage Subscribe and Save Items" and then choose that item and click "cancel subscription."

Since this is something that I use a lot of and have paid $15.00 each at Azure in the past (who usually have very good prices) I decided to stock as much as I could this month before this item is out of stock.

I love to make a wonderfully cleansing morning lemonaid using liquid Stevia and have recently started making a delightfully healthy homemade gingerale.




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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Versatile Spicy Seasoning Mix

Every once in a while you stumble across a recipe "that works" and this spicy mix recipe works with just about everything you make with it. I make it up en masse and keep it in quart jars in my pantry for a quick meal or main dish addition.
Use this in any kind of soup as the only seasoning/finisher for flavor, in casseroles, in the rice cooker and as a chicken coating par excellence. Below is the basic seasoning mix and below that is the combination that I use for chicken coating aka spicy chicken coating and for rice as well. I will post more alterations as I think of them.

Basic Spicy Seasoning mix
1/4 cup Celtic or Himalayan salt (due to dampness Celtic salt may clump up the mix)
1/4 cup Sweet Paprika
1/4 cup Dried Oregano Leaves
1/4 cup Thyme Leaves (powdered is best)
2 T Garlic Powder
2 T Onion Powder
2T Black Pepper
1 T Chili Powder
1T Turmeric powder (provides that wonderful burnt orange color)
1/4 t or more of Cayenne Powder

Combine all ingredients in a quart jar and tightly cover till needed. When adding to soups you will get to know how much to use, eg. for a large crock pot of soup add several heaping Tablespoons of Spicy Seasoning Mix.

To use as a chicken coating mix
Grind 1/2 cup of raw sunflower seeds in the blender or clean coffee mill till powdered. Mix together with equal proportions of Spicy Seasoning Mix.
Place coconut on in the bottom of baking pan and melt in the oven. Coat damp chicken in the seasoning/sunflower seed mix and roll in melted coconut oil till all sides are covered with spicy mix and coconut oil.
Bake as usual.
For added zing I sometimes add a little more cayenne powder for a hotter flavor. My family loves it that way especially.

Add to Rice Cooker
To a pot of rice on the stove or in a rice cooker, add several tablespoons of spicy mix and a few tablespoons of coconut oil. Try adding some chopped ginger for variety. This combination adds a wonderful color and flavor! Cook as usual.
Enjoy!


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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Enter to win an Excalibur dehydrator!

For all of you out there who are following my Daughter in law's blog give away on Keeperofthe home.org be sure to put your comments in on her blog for a chance to win her latest and greatest give away, a 9 tray Excalibur dehydrator-the Cadillac of dehydrator. All you have to do for a chance for an entry is to post a comment, a link to her site, follow her posts on twitter or join the forum. That's it. I had put the deluxe dehydrator on my Christmas list this year. Not for me but for my daughter. I know she would love it and use it a lot. May the best elf win!

Click here for the entry post on her blog and enter today!


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Monday, June 1, 2009


It's a girl!  Lilah Beth Dyck, was born to Tim and Amy Dyck  in a record speed and determined to beat her midwife to the scene on last Sundays bright and sunny  morning, (May 24th at 11.57AM.)  She was 7 lbs and 13 oz. and  arrived in a record 40 min of official labor. She's absolutely beautiful in this grandma's opinion and as sweet as her name implies during this fragrant lilac season. The local newspaper wrote an article on the surprising suddenness of the birth. See the link below of the newspaper article. 

Langley times newspaper article





Cousin Abbies sweet response of delight.

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