October 27th, 2013
Yup! Did it again. I opened the can. As a natural health care provider, I work in a health care industry with a drastically different point of view. What, sugar is bad for youi? Grains too? What about vaccines? Flouride in the water is bad? But the commercial on TV says it's good for me....
A study found that women taking this supplement had a 77% reduced risk of breast cancer over 4 years! I hate to sound like a broken record but it was vitamin D that was found (again) to reduce cancer risk. The sad thing is that a lot of people have not heard about about this. This study was done in 2007!! You would think this would be big news. Why hasn't this been reported? Why does the American Cancer Society reject this and other studies like it?
Dr. George DeFranca
I humbly ask for your divine guidance in the treatment of my patients:
I pray that you give me the understanding, strength, and wisdom to listen, look, and touch my patients with the power of your healing love.
I pray that my hands and heart will be guided by your healing love, making me an instrument of your healing.
I pray that you aid me lessen the suffering and pain in my patients on the physical, emotional, and spiritual planes.
I pray that you supply me with purity of intent, the wisdom to heal, and the compassion to help another with a gentle hand and an open heart.
How to food shop like a caveman!
Ok. So you go food shopping like everyone else– the local supermarket. What do you look for? What do you do? Think like a caveman/woman! Listen to your innate genetic programming, not your tastebuds. It will tell you how to eat. Go to the produce aisle and literally "hunt" for the freshest, most colorful vegetables and fruits. Be focused. Remember, you are hunting and gathering! I go right for the broccoli and squeeze the stem. Is it rock hard and fresh or soft, limp, and old? Gather up a variety of produce and move on to secure some protein in the form of lean meats, eggs, cheeses, seeds and nuts, etc.. It is best to gather grass fed meats. Lamb is usually grass fed whereas beef is usually grain fed so you will have to look hard or shop for meats at a different place.
By local and support your neighborhood farmer. Limit your grain intake and buy fresh.
I am George DeFranca, DC, chiropractic physician in Central Massachusetts since 1982. I love my patients, my practice, and talking and teaching about health. I enjoy the outdoors, especially the ocean and kayakfishing.