Posts Tagged ‘gesundheit nutrition center’


Monday, June 24th, 2013

RADIO HEALTH PEARL # 528    …brought to you by the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center.

It is no secret that ALL of us have cancer cells in our body.

However, not every person will develop cancer in his or her lifetime.

Cancer cells need to be offered a certain type of environment that triggers them to go rogue and create widespread damage. The body, as a whole, needs to be more acidic for cancer cells to flourish.

This not only depends on diet, although diet has both destructive and healing powers; it also has to do with the intensity and frequency of stressors in life. Emotional-, financial-, professional-, and toxic environmental stressors, ALL contribute to our bodies’ slow decline into aches, pains, weakness and aging, thereby opening the door for cancers to grow and create havoc.

Many people will seek medical treatment, and eventually succumb to the cancer; others have had successful healing from it. There are also those who have overcome cancer doing all-natural therapies, while others lost their lives because of it.

ONE SIZE doesn’t fit all, but becoming educated can benefit anyone.

Please find options and answers …at the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center, on North 19th Avenue.



Monday, June 10th, 2013

RADIO HEALTH PEARL # 527     …brought to you by the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center.

When ANGELINA JOLIE recently announced that she was having double mastectomy surgery because she tested positive for a specific cancer gene, it seemed like an isolated incident, but it could become a trend…

Jolie’s action opened discussions about how to be pro-active in fighting or avoiding a cancer diagnosis, in this case breast cancer.

This Saturday afternoon, June 15, you can hear more about this during a free lecture at the Hilton Garden Inn, at 4:00 o’clock.

Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Christine Horner will share her insights and observations after years of performing reconstructive surgery on women with mastectomies because of breast cancer. Dr. Horner’s concern grew when women as young as in their twenties had the procedure done and she felt that more education was needed.

If you, or someone you know has concerns about breast health, breast cancer, or if you have had a lumpectomy or mastectomy, you WANT to hear Dr. Christine Horner this Saturday afternoon, at 4 o’clock, at the Hilton Garden Inn.



Monday, June 3rd, 2013

RADIO HEALTH PEARL #526    …brought to you by the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center.

We are being bombarded with ads about PROSTATE HEALTH. One reason is that it really is a big issue since annually about 240,000 new cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed; and many deaths result from it.

Risk factors for prostate cancer include older age, low testosterone and a relatively high ESTRADIOL level, smoking during your lifetime, and possibly an unhealthy diet consisting of too many starches, sugars, and poor-quality fats.

If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, it is important to check your hormone levels, and start making adjustments in your diet and dietary supplement intake.

Remember:LIVING CELLS WILL FIGHT FOR THEIR SURVIVAL!  So, make sure you are feeding the prostate the necessary nutrients to start healing from within, while you enable the prostate to remove cancer toxins out.

Most prostate cancers grow slowly, so get plenty information and help while you can …at the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center, on North 19th Avenue.