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  • bjbjLULU Dr. Dzung Price: Hi. This is Dr. Dzung Price from BeyondGoodHealth.com, and

  • today we're going to talk about practical anti-cancer strategies that you can apply

  • immediately to help yourself and your family improve your health and overcome all those

  • nasty conditions like cancer and degenerative disease. Now I've got Kristine Matheson, who's

  • actually a best-selling author of the wildly successful, "Cancer to Wellness", book. This

  • is a step-by-step manual that helps people, gives them self- empowerment tools and strategies

  • to actually help them on their cancer journey and really gives them the knowledge and the

  • foundations to create a life that takes them to wellness. So Kristine, what do you think

  • is the most important strategy that someone who's just been diagnosed with cancer has

  • to actually really embrace? Kristine Matheson: Well, I think they have to embrace first relooking

  • at their diet, diet and the right nutrition, and one of the most important things is keeping

  • your body alkaline. In order to do that, we have to eat 80% raw food. Now 80% raw doesn't

  • mean you have to just have a piece of lettuce and cucumber and tomato, like a lot of people

  • think. You can make raw food become very, very interesting. We eat 80% raw at all our

  • meals, and we make most of our meals. We're very, very busy people, but we're still able

  • to do that and do it quickly. There are some dishes that take a little bit longer, and

  • some things that need soaking the day before and all that sort of stuff. But I've got a

  • super one here that is like within 15 minutes it's on the table. If you decide that you

  • have people for dinner, this is a really great one to have and it's very alkaline. It's also

  • has cancer fighting properties, wonderful for people with arthritis and heart and everything.

  • There are just so many different diseases. I mean let's face it. If you have an alkaline

  • body, you have a healthy body. Dr. Dzung Price: Yes, and any anticancer strategy is really

  • also an anti-inflammatory strategy. Kristine Matheson: Exactly, yes. Dr. Dzung Price: Because

  • if you shut down inflammation, the journey to wellness is so much more successful. I

  • know you're a cancer survivor yourself. So you can walk the talk. You're a real native

  • in this. I know that you've applied these strategies successfully yourself with the

  • recipes that you've actually put together through a lot of sweat, blood, and tears.

  • Isn't it? Kristine Matheson: Yes, that's exactly right. Years ago, I was diagnosed with stage

  • four melanoma, and I was told to go away and get my affairs in order. At that time, it

  • was a bit of a shock to the system. But I was very fortunate to be married to a man

  • that had beaten cancer, doing exactly what I did. So he got the whip out I suppose you

  • could say and said, "All right, you have to really change what you're doing." So I did,

  • and I put protocols together, with nutritional protocols as well as supplements, because

  • your body is actually depleted in those things too. But most of it came from my food. I buy

  • 95% organic food. Dr. Dzung Price: Yes. Kristine Matheson: I try to buy 100%. Sometimes that's

  • not always the case, like maybe a lime or something like this, which is amazing for

  • alkalinity in the body like lemons. Lemons that are alkaline forming in the body, they

  • might not be available at the time if I'm doing, say this dish. So I've got to go off

  • somewhere else and get them, which is a shame, but most of the time I do. Dr. Dzung Price:

  • It's really important, because not only is buying organic you don't get the pesticides

  • or the chemicals that are put into the food, but they have high energy. They've got the

  • live enzymes, and they haven't been processed or gassed or stored in cold storage, so they

  • have more nutrients available to heal your body. Kristine Matheson: That's right. That's

  • exactly right and you feel good. It's amazing how your head clears and there's none of this

  • fuzzy head business that you get from eating things like sugar for instance. Sugar is so

  • dangerous for people, as you know, with cancer, and actually feeds the cancer. So these foods

  • actually stop you from craving all those nasty foods. The moment you get off that cycle of

  • eating processed foods and foods with sugar in it, you actually don't crave them anymore.

  • Dr. Dzung Price: Well you're getting access to more nutrients, and when you have your

  • nutrients, you're not hungry. Your body's not craving out, in starvation mode. So it

  • makes it much easier. So what's the first recipe you're going to demonstrate to us?

  • Kristine Matheson: Well, this is papa and avocado salad with lime and ginger dressing,

  • This is one of my favourites because it's rather exotic, and it's an accompaniment to

  • things like chickpea patties, and it's always great with that. It's great with all forms

  • of protein, but this is one of our favourites. If I'm in a hurry, as I said before, it's

  • one of the things I'll throw together especially if I've got somebody coming for dinner that

  • I didn't know was coming, because I've always got these foods on hand. Dr. Dzung Price:

  • Something that you can do in a few minutes. Kristine Matheson: Exactly, and because I

  • do have them on hand all the time, we have papa every day, we have avocado every day.

  • Avocado is amazing for the heart too, as you know. I've always got shallots. I've always

  • got mixed lettuce. I've always got limes, and I've always got lemons and all these sort

  • of things. So it's so easy for me to do something, and we've always got ginger. They're a staple

  • thing that we have in our fridge. So as I said, if you've got people coming in for dinner,

  • it gets put together like that. So I'll show you how to do it. First I've chopped up in

  • little cubes some papa. I usually use red papa. I've done a mixture here. Red papa is

  • sweeter and has a nicer flavour. Then I've also cubed the avocado. It just pops in there.

  • Dr. Dzung Price: Looks yummy already. Kristine Matheson: Then add just a few shallots I've

  • cut up. Of course, I've also got a bed of mixed lettuce for presentation more than anything

  • else. Then what I do first is I just toss this a little bit to start with. Then I throw

  • in my dressing. Now, it's only a quarter of a cup of lime. Then I'm going to throw a quarter

  • of a cup of olive oil into the mix. This is so easy and simple this one. Then I'm going

  • to put a tablespoon of ginger. Now this is why everybody should have a little ginger

  • with a baby grater in their cupboard. These are amazing, I used to use a big one until

  • a lady came to visit me once and saw what I was doing. Next time she came around, she

  • bought me a little gift. Dr. Dzung Price: Well, I'll have to get one of those, because

  • I've only got a big one. Kristine Matheson: Well, the little kitchen shops. These, it's

  • great. All the kitchen shops, you know how they have these little tiny things around

  • the counter when you pick up bits and pieces. Dr. Dzung Price: Ginger has a lot of vital

  • nutrients and anti-cancer properties, anti-inflammatory. So that helps, plus it gives a nice kick to

  • things. Kristine Matheson: It does. It gives a lovely kick to the mix. Now this is an organic

  • curry powder. Believe it or not, you can buy organic curry powder. So I just put a quarter

  • of a teaspoon into the mix. This is so simple. You don't even need any extra equipment with

  • this, and you shake it up. Then you throw the majority of it into the salad here, and

  • you just leave a little bit outside for the lettuce. You can actually even throw a few

  • tomatoes on there if you want and sprouts or whatever. So now I'm going to serve it

  • up. It's very easy to put on a nice white platter, if you have people coming for dinner.

  • I have another doctor friend. Do you remember Carlos, you know Carlos? Every time he comes

  • for dinner, he loves this and he takes photographs of it. He thinks it's so wonderful. You just throw the rest

  • of the dressing here, and voila there's your salad for the evening. Dr. Dzung Price: Wow,

  • that's amazing. So if you're interested in any of Kristine's recipes, you can go to her

  • website at www.CancerToWellness.com. She's also available for nutritional consultation

  • if anyone needs to have extra hand holding and support. Having gone through it herself,

  • she's a wealth of information and knowledge, as well as support to the people who are suffering

  • from cancer or for people who have challenges in their health or families suffering from

  • cancer. So until next time, I'm Dr. Dzung Price, and this is Kristine Matheson. Kristine

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