Christine Watkins interviews Arthur P. Boyle, father of 13, who was expected to die at age 44 from kidney cancer, which had spread to his lung. In desperation, he traveled to Medjugorje, where he experienced a medically documented miracle. Artie Boyle’s story is in his new book: Six Months to Live: Three Guys on the Ultimate Quest for a Miracle.
Most authorities believe that diet is at the heart of many different types of cancer. In fact, the World Health Organization says that our diets contribute to at least 30% of all cancers in the U.S. and other Western countries. A poor diet can increase your odds of developing cancer, just as a healthy diet can help you to reduce your risk of cancer. I will discuss the foods that promote cancer and those that fight cancer, such as the foods I ate to beat melanoma. Also, prayer and meditation are used to reduce stress and to give supernatural support.
It’s been said that “You are what you eat,” but that’s not completely true, because in actuality, you are what you digest. In this episode, I will explain digestion and what happens after we take our first bite. Also discussed will be problems that can occur when digestion is faulty. Some of these problems include acne, allergies, arthritis, autism, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic heart failure, depression, diabetes, obesity, and psoriasis. There are several ways to improve digestion including improving the diet, with God’s help, adding probiotics and prebiotics, drinking plenty of water, and taking supplements, when necessary.
Many of today’s most serious deseases and disorders could be avoided just by changing our lifestyle and especially our nutrition. The modern American diet is high in calories, yet low in nutrients. Our poor diets are the reason we have many of today’s leading causes of death and disease, including heart disease, cancer, stroke, obesity and diabetes.
Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the link between poor diet and disease and that improving their diets and nutrition can profoundly improve their health. The goal of this program is to help educate people on the effects which their diets have on their lives and to make meaningful suggestions for a healthier, happier, disease-free life. As SOLDIERS OF CHRIST, MADE TO THE IMAGE AND LIKENESS OF GOD, we have a moral responsibility to take care of God’s gift to us (our bodies). We can help accomplish this goal through better nutrition.
Guest: Angela Lanfranchi, MD, Breast Surgeon and World-Renowned Authority
Points made: Dramatic increases in breast cancer are often correlated with the use of progesterone/estrogen and induced abortion though other mechanisms can also cause breast cancer. A full-term pregnancy offers protection against breast cancer.
Steve Koob talks with Karen Malek, president of the Coalition on Abortion Breast Cancer, about the link between abortion and breast cancer, and the research documenting the evidence.
Francesca Franchina speaks with Dave Dravecky, former Major League Southpaw Baseball Pitcher about losing his pitching arm and shoulder to cancer and how God entered fully into the his life bringing Dave and his wife Jan out of despair and desolateness through a Christian counselor. In deep depression after their lives were uprooted by this life shattering event; learn how their life challenge changed into triumph through ministry to those in depression and life altering situations.
Steve Koob talks with Dr. Chris Kahlenborn, author of Breast Cancer: Its Link to Abortion and the Birth Control Pill, about his book and research on how and why breast cancer is preventable, and how abortion and the birth control pill greatly increase a woman’s risk.