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Issue 19,  August 24, 2009     —      Caroline Sutherland / Sharon Elaine

In this issue:   FEATURE: Sandra & Matthew Blakeslee, The Body Mandala   Kate Forster, Astrology in the Workplace   Guy Finley, Love's Secret Hold on the Human Heart   Caroline Sutherland, The Body Knows   Sharon Elaine, Affirmations for Health Concerns   Nancy Daly, Finding Joy Amidst the Chaos   Beba Papakyriakou, Releasing Negativity    Wider Screenings, From Woodstock to Snuff    Events   Reviews   Earlier issues   Submit Article


I have often wondered if there is a correlation between sugar and cancer? I had cancer five years ago and often crave sugar. Please shed some light on this for me.
               — Judy Erickson, Royal Oak Michigan


Dear Judy,
Despite the decade-long war on cancer – the fundraisers, the walk-a-thons, the lapel ribbons – there are more people diagnosed with cancer today than ever before. In my opinion, the war on cancer will not be won with some miracle drug or millions spent on research, but with a few simple strategies and revealing truths. I am sure you will find the following information very revealing.

Did you know that cancer cells are glucose supported? Perhaps our starch and sugar laden diets may have something to do with cancer statistics.

In my line of work, I am privileged to meet a variety of forward-thinking health professionals. Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss the role of sugars and its effect on cancer with two well-respected cancer specialists.

One Florida based oncologist uses a P.E.T. (Positron Emission Tomography) scan to assess cancer patients in his clinic. The process requires the injection of radioactive isotopes and glucose into the body. This unique scanning device then takes slice-like images of the patient from head to toe. Radioactive chemicals emit wave lengths which can be measured. The images are carefully observed to see just where the glucose and radioactive isotopes will travel.

Glucose is first observed in the brain. This is to be expected because glucose is the fuel that allows the brain to think and send messages to those parts of the body where functions are to be performed. Next, the glucose is observed in the liver. There it is stored in the form of glycogen for the body to draw on for its energy supply.

What happens next is what really interests the oncologist. As the P.E.T. scans the rest of the body, it is observed that the glucose and radioactive isotopes go directly to and attach themselves to existing cancer cells. This is how new cancers are located or how a patient can be determined to be cancer-free. What is the oncologist’s explanation of this? Fast growing cells need sugar for survival - cancer cells are glucose supported.

Another Chicago-based oncologist utilizes an innovative form of cancer treatment called Insulin Potentiation Therapy or I.T.P. Cancer patients are given low dose chemotherapy, with minimal side effects, and insulin to balance erratic blood sugar levels. Patients are said to immediately feel better with more energy due to their stabilized blood sugar. When asked how can one stay out of the cancer zone, this physician replied “Stay away from sugar and do the all-important forgiveness work.”

Cancer is a multi-faceted disease. Stress, a weakened immune system, hormone imbalances, a toxic environment, a victim consciousness or a deeply held resentment, any or all of these can contribute to a predisposition to cancer, but sugar too is an important piece of the puzzle.

Let’s take a look at your diet. Is it heavy on the sugars and carbohydrates? Do you know that carbohydrates convert into sugar in the body? That means the pizza, pasta, rice, and bread you love so much, in addition to the cookies, cake, candy and ice cream, convert into glucose. And you remember where the glucose goes? Even juices, dried fruit, honey and excess fresh fruit is all sugar. A vegetarian diet, unless it is well managed with adequate protein, also contains too much starch and sugar.

Another element worth mentioning is Candida Albicans, a strain of yeast found in the digestive tract and other moist mucous membranes of the body. Candida is one of the great plagues in our culture. It thrives on starch and sugar. People who suffer from an overgrowth of this yeast experience fatigue, a craving of sweets and carbohydrates and a host of other symptoms. Major diseases such as Lupus, cancer, AIDS, Alzheimer’s, Chronic Fatigue and Multiple Sclerosis often have Candida in their symptom profile.

Practical strategies to keep candida and cancer at bay:
Eradicate the Candida “bad guys” with natural remedies such as Pau d’Arco, Grapefruit seed extract, Capryllic Acid, and Garlic.
Supplement with a “good guy” acidophilus to strengthen the healthy bacteria in the intestines.
Keep sugars low – no more than one sweet dessert per week.
Keep proteins high – protein starves the little rascals. If protein is eaten consistently at meals and snacks then blood sugar is balanced.
Limit alcohol – no more than 2 or 3 oz per week.
Minimize fruit to one piece per day.
Consume lots of fresh vegetables.
Use immune-building supplements.
Do your forgiveness work.
And very, very important…. Love life. Love yourself!   ###

Caroline Sutherland has been a practicing medical intuitive for twenty years, she is the author of “The Body Knows – How to Tune into Your Body and Improve Your Health” (Hay House)
Visit online at www.carolinesutherland.com



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Healthy-Aging Secrets from a Medical Intuitive
by CAROLINE SUTHERLAND


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Health educator and medical intuitive Caroline Sutherland says yes; and when you look at this vital, energetic woman who’s in her mid-60s, you can tell she has a few secrets that are worth sharing.

This is a book that certainly comes along at the right time: With much of the population moving into retirement age, and billions of dollars being spent annually on vitamins and anti-aging therapies, men and women are eagerly seeking healthy approaches during their later years.


General Health Concerns

OUCH!  Yeah, we all create body issues, don’t we?  How we respond to them determines if we will help heal ourselves, or hurt ourselves.  Focusing on the gratitude you feel for your body is one step in the right direction.  Saying positive affirmations about your body is another powerful step towards self-healing.

I can easily digest all types of foods
My body is, and will remain, cancer-free
My body is, and will remain, disease-free
With every breath I become healthier
I remain healthy throughout my entire life
My sense of smell is keener each day
I am free of migraines
I am free from allergies
I am free from any aches and pains
I remain free from cancer
I remain free from AIDS and HIV
Diseases flee from my body
My immune system strengthens daily
I am free from any heart diseases
I release any and all cholesterol problems
My cholesterol level is at a perfect number
I release my diabetes to the Universe
I possess a healthy outlook on life
Remembering to thank my organs brings me joy
I enjoy perfect health throughout my life
I feel completely healthy today
I release any residue of a headache
My eyesight returning to 20/20 is becoming a reality
My stomach acids are always normal
My stomach remains calm today
The iron in my blood is now at a perfect level
Every moment I become saner
I easily release insanity from my mind
Tension headaches are part of my past
I digest all food quickly and easily
I'm free from all health problems today
I relinquish the desire to use illness to get attention
I focus on my health and how good I feel
I'm finished with focusing on my illness
My tension headache is disappearing; bye headache
I know everything is curable
My blood pressure is now returning to normal
I've now chosen to outgrow my allergies
I choose to be free from stuttering
My body is now producing fewer gasses
I'm now free from a condition called insomnia
I choose to end any internal wars and battles now
My physical state is improving daily
I ignore my doctor’s death sentence and live
I live healthily and joyfully my entire life


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The Body Knows
by CAROLINE SUTHERLAND


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How to Tune In to Your Body and Improve Your Health. This book is dedicated to bringing you the pearls of “physical body wisdom” distilled into an easy-to-follow formula. From cover to cover, Caroline Sutherland takes you on an “edge-of-the-seat” journey into understanding the terrain of the physical, emotional, and spiritual components of vibrant health. Weaving her compelling story as a medical intuitive into fascinating case histories; and topics such as menopause, children, the elderly, and more, Caroline explains how to “hone” your instincts and demystify your physical body processes. If you’ve ever wondered why you gain weight, retain fluid, feel jittery, get headaches, have joint stiffness, or lack energy—and want to know what to do about it—then this book is the key to finding out the truth of your own health equation.



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