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I personally know more people who recovered from cancer than died from it…

February 27, 2009

I had this realization this morning.

Here are just a handful (click on a name to read, hear or see their story):

  1. Christina Pirello, Leukemia
  2. Meg Wolff, Breast Cancer
  3. Gayle Stolove, Breast Cancer
  4. Betsy Bernazzani-Okun, Breast Cancer
  5. Karen Kisslinger, Breast Cancer
  6. Bonnie Kramer, Breast Cancer
  7. Lori Wyman, Breast Cancer
  8. Louise Sharp, Breast Cancer
  9. Nancy Bastow, Breast Cancer
  10. Sally Weil, Breast Cancer
  11. Patricia Gordon, Breast Cancer
  12. Janet Vitt, RN, Lung Cancer
  13. Carole Rose, Uterine Cancer
  14. Kit Kitatani, Stomach Cancer
  15. Dirk Benedict, Prostate Cancer
  16. Ken Walles, Prostate Cancer
  17. Eddie Kennedy, Prostate Cancer
  18. Lynn Mazur, Lymphoma
  19. Judith MacKenny, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
  20. Marlene McKenna, Malignant Melanoma
  21. Mina Dobic, Ovarian Cancer
  22. Norman Arnold, Pancreatic Cancer

And so many, many, many more….

(I will keep adding to this list when I have time)

Why do I know so many?  Because of the work of my parents in macrobiotics.

If you have cancer, then I suggest you see a macrobiotic counselor near you and study macrobiotic cooking classes

You may also wish to go to the exquisite SHA Macrobiotic Wellness Clinic in Spain:  http://www.shawellnessclinic.com/

Books to read:

1.  “The Macrobiotic Path To Total Health” by Michio Kushi

2.  “The Cancer Prevention Diet” by Michio Kushi

3.  “The Macrobiotic Way” by Michio Kushi

4. “Aveline Kushi’s Complete Guide To Macrobiotic Cooking” by Aveline Kushi

Macrobiotic Counselors:

1. Marc Van Cauwenberghe, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

(email me to find out how to contact Marc)

2. Denny Waxman, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

3. Warren Kramer, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

4. David Briscoe, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

5. Verne Varona, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

6. William Tara, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

7. Francisco Varatojo, Macrobiotic Counselor and Teacher

More to come…(send me suggestions if you like)

Online Macrobiotic Resources:

1.  The Macrobiotic Guide

2.  Macrobiotic Research Project

More to come…(send me suggestions if you like)

Phiya

© 2009 phiya kushi

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. Dottie Roseboom permalink
    February 28, 2009 3:25 am

    Great beginning!

  2. March 14, 2009 6:24 pm

    Amen to this type of consciousness!

    According to Johns-Hopkins University, the average person gets cancer to 10 times in their life. Most of those times they don’t even know they had it – that is how easy it is to cure cancer.

    My link tells how I cured stage 4 cancer. Please add it to the list if you’d like.

    The best to you.

    Kelley
    Together we can cure cancer – one person at a time!

  3. April 5, 2009 3:36 pm

    There are so many more. My prognosis was 6 months. Grade four cells, stage III gastric cancer. Spread from the lower part of the stomach to the colon. The key to reverse it was to act fast and follow exacltly by the book the MACRO counserlor’s suggestions. Effort, yes it was an effort, worthy, 8 years cancer free, and declared clinically cured by the same doctors who anticipated a soon death at age 43. Thanks Michio for your wise recommendations.

  4. November 3, 2009 8:20 pm

    my grandmother has breast cancer and she had her surgery and is now doing radiation and she has lots of pain and i wanted to thank you for appreatating every one who has breast cancer.

    Sincerly,
    Shelby

  5. January 2, 2010 8:07 pm

    It also has been 5 years for me with breast cancer. I have been teaching macrobiotic cooking here in Perth, West Australia for nearly 15 years. I went through my “c” story during my macrobiotic adventure and also during my studies with David Briscoe to do become a macrobiotic counselor. What a time and a learning experience to have this happen then – the beauty is I got to experience first hand moving from a much wider macrobiotic diet to a healing diet and there is nothing like learning through experience. From that a 12-week course was born that i run once a year called SAD-GLAD. It is always full and each person in the course has the experience of moving into the mb diet, then to spend 4 weeks on a healing diet and gradually widen out. It gives them the tools to learn how to tailor and adjust the diet for any conditions that come (and go) in life. I love my job – I love macrobiotics and although I am a lone force here in West Australia, there is a budding community of beautiful like-minded people learning to cook and to live in a more “balanced imbalance” and life is great!

  6. Geoff Wilkes permalink
    May 30, 2012 1:10 pm

    I live in Rockland County NY close to Nj and I’m looking for a macrobiotic counselor for help with my wifes cancer

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