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Fighting Cancer with Your Fork
In “Eating for Cancer Recovery” (May), we found that proper nutrition is crucial for people recovering from cancer despite challenges posed by off flavors and digestion changes. We asked readers of our blog at www.energytimes.com and on our Facebook page if they were eating to avoid cancer; here are two responses.
I have had several family members who have had cancer recently, and all made dietary changes. Two saw great success, with their cancers in remission. Unfortunately the other passed away but I think the dietary changes helped anyway, since she felt healthy for as long as she could.
My family and I take chlorella and spirulina as an added precaution to our healthy diet.
Regarding the “Clean Clothes” article in your April issue (Earth Matters, which advocates washing clothes in cold water to save energy): This is very wrongheaded thinking because of an epidemic of bedbugs in the United States. (In Plano and Dallas, the children also have lice.) To kill these pests, you have to use hot water for washing clothes, and a lot of it. We have learned that even professional cleaners are washing everything in cold water.
We are having community meetings to address the issue of cold-water washing and are taking steps. Everyone is putting more water—very hot—from the sink into their washers. We are also hand-washing items.
We have done a lot of investigating—and it is not a pretty picture.
Enter Our Blog Contest
Every issue of Energy Times brings a new contest to our blog, which you can reach through www.energytimes.com.
The prize for this month’s issue is an assortment of acai juices from Zola. Your blog response must include your email.
Our site also features online-only editorial content we call Web Extras. Look for boxes like this one as you read the stories; among this month’s offerings are an athletic shoe gift guide and additional information from the American Lung Association’s annual air pollution report. In addition, you will find Web Extras in our water and barbecue stories directing you to blog questions on drinking water quality and summer cookout favorites.