Check It Out! Tap your natural defenses to fight cancer…

You can now listen to Dr. David Servan-Schreiber’s talk, Natural Defenses in Preventing and Treating Cancer, through a link to the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine site (which offers a number of other worthwhile talks, too) or through the You Tube site (which gives you more control if you need to stop and re-start or back up and re-listen).

Even if you have heard some of Dr. Servan-Schreiber’s other talks, as mentioned in previous Monamifood “Check It Out” blog entries, it’s worth listening to this one because it has new information and also presents some of the familiar information in a new way. I think listening to Dr. Servan-Schreiber’s presentation may help you, as it did me, stay motivated to eat healthier and exercise  more.

In fact, while listening to this program, I heard Dr. Servan-Schreiber talk about how scientists have documented that a couple drops of extracts from anti-cancer veggies helped the rats’ bodies defend themselves a lot better against cancer! Amazing! Convincing! And since I had some left-over baby Brussels sprouts in the refrigerator, I grabbed a few to munch on — right then and there! Yum!

The baby Brussels sprouts I had on hand were the 365 Brand Petite Baby Brussels Sprouts from the freezer section in Whole Foods. Now I plan to stock up on these little gems; heat them up in the microwave and store them in the refrigerator for quick and healthy and delicious snacking!

Enjoy and be healthy!

Leni

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