RANT: GBOMBS Fight Cancer

“Everything causes cancer” Have you heard or said this phrase?
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Yes Cancer is on the rise, despite millions of dollars of research, every year rates increase.  Said differently, more people get cancer EVERY YEAR even though we raise money, run races, invent drugs, and wear pink ribbons.

Funny how many of the products we buy with pink ribbons on them actually have cancer causing ingredients in them, from lotions, detergents and deodorants to MOST of the foods in the grocery store!  Companies know they can boost sales if they slap a pink ribbon on them, so they do.  And usually only a small portion IF ANY of sales go to breast cancer research,

But Guess What? WE KNOW WHAT CAUSES CANCER.  We can create it in a lab.  Pesticides, Herbicides, some plastics,  hormones, any many of the thousands of chemicals and toxins we come in to contact with every day.

We don’t need “Cancer Awareness”, we all know someone if not several someones who’ve been diagnosed. And if you don’t, you will.

We need Cancer Prevention.  Now I’m not trying to go all preachy on you here. I drive a SUV, highlight my hair, and even used to smoke cigarettes.  I’m not suggesting we all ride horse and buggies and forage for food, but there are some simple steps you can take with your diet to prevent cancer SIGNIFICANTLY. And, before you donate to your next breast cancer fundraiser or get suckered in to a pink product, consider putting your dollars toward organic food and less known organizations preventing cancer, not profiting from it.  And do what you can to avoid plastics and chemicals. 

If I told you there was a way to reduce your breast cancer chance by 89%, you’d be interested right?
If I told you I had something that can easily Prevent Cancer and aging, you’d be all ears right?

According to Dr Joel Fuhrman, MD (google him)These 6 foods, eaten regularly, even in small amounts, can reduce cancer rates by up to 89%.


GBOMBS. Eat them.
(oh and buy organic and local)

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Madeleine Vanstory attended Duke University and began her post-graduate journey at The Elaine Clark Center working with special needs children. She went on to work as a Clinical Research Scientist running clinical trials for the CDC and developing medical devices for Welsh Allen, Abbot Labs, Roche and Johnson & Jonhson Her work included non-invansive cervical cancer detection, continuous diabetic glucose monitoring, non-harmful infant bilirubin level detection and studying Vitamin C's anti-aging effects on the skin. Madeleine attended Medical school at The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and completed a residency in Family Medicine at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro NC. Dr. Madeleine Vanstory is a board certified Family Physician who has practiced all over the world. She has lead medical missions in Kenya and Honduras. She has participated with Operation Smile in Russia, she has patients in North Carolina, Maine, Oregon and New Zealand. Dr. Vanstory has worked the medical tents in the Marine Corps marathon in Washington DC and at the Kona Ironman World Championships. And Dr. Vanstory has marched with the Surgeon General promoting "Exercise is Medicine" at the World Congress Sports Medicine Conference. Disillusioned by the current health care system and armed with the realization that culture, nutrition and emotional well-being have a profound impact on health, Dr. Vanstory now motivates clients and patients to discover the healthiest versions of themselves through humor, counseling in her "Upgrade Your Health" Wellness Program.

6 thoughts on “RANT: GBOMBS Fight Cancer

  1. I got GBOM (not to be mistaken for K-Bombz) but not the BS… 🙂 What beans and seeds do you recommend that are easily found?

    1. Kbombz!!

      Black beans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans (chick peas), pinto beans, northern beans are often easily found canned in our grocery stores! I dunno what beans you ll find in mother Russia! Just eat a lot of Borsch for your second B!

      Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds, sesame seeds are among the ones we sprinkle on salads, in smoothies (chia and flax) or by the handful!

      Thanks for reading!

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