Category

Prevention

5 Ways To Limit Your Fluoride Intake (and why you should)

By | Dining, Food for thought, Health, Life/Wellness Coaching, Nutrition, Prevention, Uncategorized | No Comments

Smiling childRecently I came across the topic of fluoridation of our drinking water (again). This is a hot button topic and there are many differing opinions on the subject, specifically what level is safe, if any. The issue is that most of us consume fluoride without even knowing it and with little control over how much we are ingesting. Read More

Fungus Among Us – Part II

By | Health, Prevention, Uncategorized | No Comments

Fungus Among Us – Part II

 

MoldIn Part I of our article about fungus we spoke a lot about fungus contained in our food. In today’s edition we will look at external, non-food sources, of fungal exposure.

Of course, first thing that comes to mind is mold growing in our homes. Ever had a water leak? Overflowing toilet, washing machine or dishwasher? Read More

The Soy Myth

By | Nutrition, Prevention, Thermography | No Comments

Soy has been touted as a health food for a long time now. A common argument you hear everywhere is that it must be healthy since Asians are slender and generally healthy, but is this true? How much soy and what preparation of soy do Asians consume most? Find out more in today’s article. Read More

Let’s talk about the “C” word, Part II

By | Nutrition, Prevention | No Comments

sugarLet’s talk about the “C” word, Part II

In our previous post we talked about the many factors in our foods that help protect us against cancer and the importance of consuming food that is non-processed, farmed organically and, in the case of animals, from grass-fed animals. Let’s now look at the foods we should avoid as much as possible.
Refined carbohydrates: Let me spell it out: SUGAR FEEDS CANCER, end of story. This group includes sugar, high fructose corn syrup, agave syrup and white flour, just to name a few. The body uses up valuable nutrients to be able to process refined carbohydrates. If you have cancer you must stop eating these immediately. Read More

Let’s talk about the “C” word, Part I

By | Health, Prevention | No Comments

Once a rare disease, cancer is now widespread with statistics estimating that there will be 1,685,210 new cases of cancer in the US in 2016. The most common cancers are breast, lung, bronchial, prostate, colon, rectum, bladder, melanoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and thyroid cancer.  Not wanting to go into the mortality rates in this post the fact remains that chances are high that we are, at some point, going to be effected by cancer, either ourselves or by someone we love. If you would like to know what you can do through nutrition to protect yourself against cancer, then read on. Read More

New Harvard Study Finds Unsafe levels of PFA’s In Tap Water In 33 states

By | Health, Nutrition, Prevention | No Comments

waterWhat do carpets, apparel, upholstery, food wrappings and fire-fighting foam have in common? Answer: They all contain Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)! A new Harvard study confirms that unsafe levels of these chemicals are now present in the drinking water of at least 33 states. For decades, they have been used in hundreds of industrial applications and consumer products and are now showing up in both the environment and in the blood samples of the general U.S. population. Please read on to find out what dangers these chemicals pose to your and your family’s health. Read More

Shambhala Wellness Newsletter

Signup for our newsletter to get useful tips and information.

Thank you for signing up. You will soon start receiving our newsletter in your inbox.