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Prue’s Place Daily – live better with cancer

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Be Better – Love Better – Live Better with cancer & beyond

 

Hello everyone and welcome to Prue’s Place Daily.

How exciting is this.

I’m awake earlier than usual as promised to welcome you all to our very first Prue’s Place Daily. As I sip my tea with a touch of local honey (good for seasonal allergies) enjoying the cool breeze coming through the window, I can’t help feeling blessed to live in this amazing part of the world. It’s officially Fall (Autumn) here in New England and the leaves are slowly starting to change. A few red maple leaves are shining brightly among the green leaves. It’s a magnificent site.

We still have temperatures in the high 50’s (14c) to low 70’s (21c) which I find just perfect. This is my favorite time of the year. A great day to start our new inspired lives together.

Prue’s Place Daily starts right now.

Here we go on a new venture together.

Prue’s nugget of wisdom:

The majority of us at Prue’s Place have heard those three scary words, “You have cancer,” or you have this or that disease. It is a devastating time in our lives.

I was in my 20’s when the Oncologist told me I had stage 4 cancer and I remember exactly how I felt the first time I heard those words “you have cancer” and when the secondaries showed up, all hell broke lose. In that moment, it was as if my blood had turned to ice; I was freezing and shaking all over and my body felt numb. I couldn’t hear a word my doctor was saying; all I could see was his mouth moving.

We can never be prepared for devastating news like a cancer diagnosis so I have put together a quick a guideline: The “3 things to do when you’ve been diagnosed with cancer” to help you and your loved ones through this tumultuous time.

Please share this video with your loved ones and friends who have been newly diagnosed. This video will help to bring calm to the storm and help you face this emotionally challenging time with some logic and common sense.

“Think great thoughts today lovely you. Catch the negative ones and gently send them on their way – bye bye.”

Love you. See you tomorrow.

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Without love in your life you could die.

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Without love in your life you could die.

Love is the best medicine

 

Why do we find it so hard to love and take care of ourselves?

If one of our inner belief systems or thought patterns is, “I am unworthy,” then one of our outer effects will be procrastination. After all, procrastination is one way to keep us from being who we want to be. Then we can berate ourselves again for procrastinating and prove to ourselves that we really are unworthy of living a healthy vibrant life. How sad?

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Loneliness is a silent killer.

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Loneliness is a silent killer

Did you know that one in five people suffer from loneliness and isolation? Recent research shows that these feelings can cause heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, depression and many other illnesses.

Your emotional health matters.

Emotions matter more than you realize. You go to your Oncologist because they are experts in cancer drugs – the physical part of cancer. Oncologists did not study nutrition, emotional health and the mind-body connection in medical school. So, you must become educated on how to heal your whole health – your whole life. I requires surrounding yourself with the right healing team.
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Mother told me I wasn’t good enough.

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Mother told me I wasn’t good enough so I never felt good enough.

When was the last time you sat still and recognized your accomplishments? I’m not talking about physical things like the amount of money you make or the big house you live in with the fancy car in the driveway. I’m talking about the expansion of your soul and the life lessons you’ve learned. If the evolution of our soul is a fact of life, we will want to keep evolving and becoming more aware so we can live a more harmonious and rewarding life.

Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.”

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Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.” Have you or a loved one been told by a doctor, “we’ve got it all?” Before you start reading any further, I need to warn you my lovely peeps that today I’m going on a rant because I’m sad and I’m pissed off with the lies my peeps are hearing from their doctors. I am about to tell you some home truths about cancer and share a beautiful story of a twin sister’s unconditional love. I hope this story will encourage you to dig…

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You Can Totally Trust What Food Advertisements are Telling You – April Fools!!

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You Can Totally Trust What Food Advertisements are Telling You – April Fools!!

In honor of April Fools’ Day, I wanted to talk about something that is a complete joke. Only it’s not in the least bit funny. And that is that we are constantly being lied to by marketers who trick us into believing numerous popular name brand foods are a healthy choice, when in actuality they are loaded with things that are causing dis-eases.
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The Bitter Truth About Chocolate

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Chocolate Bar

The Bitter Truth about Chocolate:

It’s almost Easter which means soon little chocolate bunnies will be hopping off shelves and hopping into watering mouths all across the country.

I will admit, although I’m a bit too old to believe in the Easter Bunny, I am not immune to the delightful satisfaction of biting off a chocolatey rabbit ear every now and then. And when I’ve bitten off more than I SHOULD chew, I tell myself it’s okay to indulge because chocolate is good for my health. Right?

Well… yes and no.

Here’s a brief overview of how chocolate is manufactured into its various forms:

Seeds from the cocoa tree are fermented and roasted before extracting them from the outer pod. This substance is then ground and heated to produce a chocolate liquid which is extremely bitter. This bitterness comes from the present polyphenols.

This is essentially the stuff made into unsweetened baker’s chocolate, although the actual polyphenols is only about 5% of the total mass – the rest being cocoa butter. The original purified chocolate liquid has polyphenols which are close to 20 times more bitter than the taste of unsweetened baker’s chocolate.

Why is all this talk of bitterness and polyphenols important? Because it’s the polyphenols that give chocolate its health benefits. Research shows that eating enough of these chocolate polyphenols can significantly reduce blood pressure. But how much does a person have to eat to get these benefits?

Studies show that eating roughly 500 mg of polyphenols per day over a 2 week period (the amount typically found in a 100-gram bar of unsweetened baker’s chocolate) will do the trick. There is also scientific evidence that these polyphenols have some anti-inflammatory properties as well.

Now, before you jump for joy and rush out to buy 10 bags of Almond Joy, remember that I said BAKER’s CHOCOLATE. That’s the unsweetened stuff. Normally unsweetened chocolate goes through a sweetening process where sugar is added to make it palatable for people. This sweetening gives us the dark chocolate most people are familiar with.

But this process not only dilutes the beneficial polyphenols, it also adds calories and increases insulin levels. When more sugar and milk are added to the original bitter liquid, milk chocolate is created. It’s delicious but fattening with absolutely no health benefits.

So, if you want the health benefits of eating chocolate, you’d better reach for the unsweetened baker’s chocolate instead of a giant milk chocolate bunny. Sorry Easter Bunny. Seeing as I doubt many people will be stuffing their faces with bitter baker’s chocolate, I suggest you follow Dr. Barry Sears’ recommendation of eating an anti-inflammatory diet and consuming 2.5 grams of EPA and DHA every day. This will reduce cellular inflammation and the consequences of it such as high blood pressure.