Having lost enough relatives to this disease, including my mother, this topic is very close to my heart. So when I stumbled across this website I just had to pass it on.

Not really knowing my much about the way of life in Europe, probably due to not having travelled there yet, a sister who has a friend over there says their approach to health is much different to say ours here in Australia and the United States.  I do know enough to acknowledge their world-class health-care systems and maternity leave practises. 

My own company, with it’s head office in Norway has an excellent HSE requirement and places high priority on a good work-life balance for all its staff.

I mean one does wonder where all the money for charity, given to the many cancer organisations goes and still not one word of progress is reported???


“Do not let either the medical authorities or the politicians mislead you. Find out what the facts are and make your own decisions about how to live a happy life and how to work for a better world”  Linus Pauling (two-time Nobel laureate-Chemistry & Peace)”


Here are a few of my own learned anti-cancer tips:

  • Cook with coconut oil. As opposed to ALL other oils including olive oil as they are can not stand the heat and turn carcinogenic when done so.
  • Don’t drink from plastic bottles that have been heated. ie. water bottles left in cars.
  • Avoid preservatives & additives. Choose to eat mostly fresh & Organic food.
  • Drink white & green tea for their antioxidants.
  • Reduce your meat intake and eat Organic meat where possible.