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Know The Cause Friday, March 29th 2013

April 1st Newsletter (video)



OK, I'm lost. Are we winning the war on cancer, or aren’t we? It was President Richard Nixon who declared “war on cancer” in 1971, the year I returned home from Vietnam. I believe that 43 years later it is time for cancer organizations to come clean on the results of this “war".

Because many of these organizations provide little more than fundraiser opportunities, who in the world is going to be truthful with we, the people when we ask if we are winning or losing this war?


Over the years, I’ve come to be known as “The Meat-Eating, Tofu-Hating Nutritionist” on my radio show in Oklahoma City. The reason it stuck is because when someone hears you’re in “natural health” in this part of the country, they automatically think you push people to eat tofu instead of steak. kyle-vegetarian


Winter Salsa


For a versatile tomato sauce that you can use in a variety of dishes, keep your seasoning to a minimum and add the appropriate herbs and seasoning during meal preparation. 
One of my favorite uses for “canned” (jarred) tomatoes is this recipe for Winter Salsa. It’s great over grilled chicken or on a vegetable omelette.


Storing Your Extra Crops

We frequently talk about the benefits of eating local, that is to say seasonal, hopefully organic foods grown in close proximity to where you live. And when it comes to sourcing those kinds of superior fruits, vegetables and herbs, what could be more “local” than your own backyard or patio? denni-article


Michelle Obama and the Food Pyramid

msmith-article Since the current President has taken office, there has been quite a bit of talk about health in our political discourse. Most of this has revolved around the way we pay for healthcare in this country. It is no secret that our system is in some way broken; we spend more on health care than any other industrialized nation, yet our citizens rank among the sickest.


A Testimonial By Penny Mullens

I was diagnosed with aggressive, infiltrating stage III breast cancer in 2002 when I was just 47 years old, with six of my eight children still at home. The youngest ones were 5, 8, and 10. I was 10 years younger than my maternal aunt was when she was diagnosed. p-mullens