They say prevention is better than cure and that’s what this blog is about. If you have a history of cancer, heart disease, and other illnesses in your family, there are certain things you can do to prevent them.
Both of my parents died of cancer, at a very young, so if I could help people get healthier in order to prevent cancer, I will.
On this blog, you will find ideas and suggestions on how to live a healthier and more natural life. You will read well-researched health articles and posts about a healthy lifestyle, nutrition, fitness, natural living, and much more.
In the Recipes sections, you will find healthy recipes to give you ideas for your own cooking. The bonus is that most of them are quick and easy to make.
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