Entries by Lynn Griffith

Lynn is a licensed therapist who enjoys cooking, creativity and enjoys helping other's learn how to care for their minds and bodies through healthy eating.  Lynn has wrote for The Raw Food World News and is currently in the process of building her own website focused on managing mental health through nutrition and wellness.

This banned fruit has shown to fight colon, breast, pancreatic and skin cancer

The mangosteen fruit is a pear-shaped tropical fruit that had a deep reddish-purple color when ripe.  It grows on an evergreen treat native to Southeast Asia, where it is referred to as “queen of fruits” or “fruit of the gods.”… 0 Shares |

Wakame helps to reverse diabetes, reduce risk of breast cancer and fight heart disease (Recipe included)

The Nielsen’s 2015 Global Health & Wellness Survey found that 88 percent of consumers are willing to pay more for healthier foods.  The poll found that many people are drawn to the concept of utilizing their food to manage their… 0 Shares |

Fight skin cancer through nutrition not sunscreen

Skin cancer is the most popular type of cancer with 5.4 billion basal and squamous cell skin cancers diagnosed yearly in the United States.  (1)  With summer upon us, many people seek to utilize sun screens to protect their skin,… 0 Shares |

Nine essential oils that reduce the appearance of cellulite

With summer upon us, many men and women struggle with bodily imperfections.  Cellulite can affect the confidence and even quality of life for men and women alike.  Cellulite or adiposis edematosa is a condition that gives skin a dimpled or… 0 Shares |

Bok choy can help fight cancer, improve eye health and maintain a healthy heart

In 2014 the number of people living following a cancer diagnosis was approximately 14.5 million.  This number is expected to increase to 19 million by 2024. (1)  Technological or medical advancements may be one reason why this number may increase,… 0 Shares |

Raspberries prevent cancer, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis!

As summer approaches, strawberries, blueberries and raspberries are becoming more abundant.  Whether you buy them at a store or market, or happen to have these plants in your yard, eating more of these delicious berries can do wonders for your… 0 Shares |

Cardamom fights cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure

Cardamom is often referred to as the “Queen of Spices” that brings a sweet, floral flavor to foods and drinks.  It is widely used as a digestive aid, a natural breath freshener and is rich in phytonutrients, high in manganese… 0 Shares |

Large study finds that exercise lowers risk for 13 different types of cancers

A recent study found that nine out of ten cancers are caused by environmental and external factors such as smoking, drinking, sun exposure or air pollution.  Healthy lifestyle choices can go a long way to prevent cancer. (1) Nine out… 0 Shares |

Natural remedies to help treat or prevent coronary heart disease

In the United States alone, 610,000 people die each year from heart disease and each year 735,000 Americans suffer from a heart attack.(1) Risk factors for heart disease include high triglyceride levels, high blood pressure, diabetes, overweight and obesity, smoking,… 0 Shares |

Ten cancer fighting foods that will improve your diet and your health

Cancer has had a major impact in the U.S. and across the world.  In 2016, it is estimated that 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. and 595,690 people will die from the disease. (1) In… 0 Shares |