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I went on a worldwide healing journey after being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and given six months to live. That was 3 decades ago!   I want to share what I learned and help you find your true path to health, healing, and happiness. Are you ready?

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    “Prue is a certified Zone Health & Nutritional Coach and has personally accomplished the desired AA/EPA ratio test result. She’s living proof that nutrition is powerful medicine.”
    – Dr. Barry Sears

    “The keys to how one performs in any area of your life is having a capable life coach and showing up for practice. Prudence can be your guide and coach with her resources and wisdom.”
    – Bernie Siegel, MD. 

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    Prudence Sinclair

    In order for your body to heal you’ve got to help it rid itself of harmful toxins that are stored inside of it. A holistic healer can guide you and help facilitate a liver cleanse, a kidney cleanse and a bowel cleanse.

    Some other ways to rid your body of toxins are to exercise and stretch daily. This will help release acids from your muscles that are making your body’s pH too acidic. And an acidic pH is what allows disease to take hold.

    Jumping on a trampoline is also a great way to move your lymph fluid and flush out those wastes. Sitting in a warm sauna and sweating will also help remove toxins.

    Want to learn more about holistic ways to improve your healing? Check out my blog - bit.ly/2G8Qcms
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    In order for your body to heal you’ve got to help it rid itself of harmful toxins that are stored inside of it. A holistic healer can guide you and help facilitate a liver cleanse, a kidney cleanse and a bowel cleanse.

Some other ways to rid your body of toxins are to exercise and stretch daily. This will help release acids from your muscles that are making your body’s pH too acidic. And an acidic pH is what allows disease to take hold.

Jumping on a trampoline is also a great way to move your lymph fluid and flush out those wastes. Sitting in a warm sauna and sweating will also help remove toxins.

Want to learn more about holistic ways to improve your healing? Check out my blog - https://bit.ly/2G8Qcms

    Proper nutrition is critical to treating cancer.
    Refined sugar feeds cancer cells and these foods will need to be eliminated from your diet ASAP. All processed foods should go.
    Right now you should be feeding your body an anti-inflammatory diet that focuses on healthy fats, organic produce and clean sources of protein. It’s also incredibly important that you drink plenty of clean, pure water!
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    Proper nutrition is critical to treating cancer.
Refined sugar feeds cancer cells and these foods will need to be eliminated from your diet ASAP. All processed foods should go. 
Right now you should be feeding your body an anti-inflammatory diet that focuses on healthy fats, organic produce and clean sources of protein. It’s also incredibly important that you drink plenty of clean, pure water!

    2 days ago

    Prudence Sinclair

    It is possible to commit no errors and still lose. That is not a weakness - that is life.
    - Captain Jean-Luc Picard, from Star Trek.

    Every skill in the world - from athletics to art, pottery to public speaking - is built out of the nuggets of wisdom gained from failing over and over again.
    As we become adults, we tend to fail less, so we forget what it's like to fail and treat it as a learning experience rather than a personal judgement.

    Sometimes our faliures are due to influences outside of our control.
    Sometimes our best just wasn't good enough.
    You tried. You took a risk. They don't all pay off.
    It's alright. It happens.
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    It is possible to commit no errors and still lose. That is not a weakness - that is life. 
- Captain Jean-Luc Picard, from Star Trek. 

Every skill in the world - from athletics to art, pottery to public speaking - is built out of the nuggets of wisdom gained from failing over and over again. 
As we become adults, we tend to fail less, so we forget what its like to fail and treat it as a learning experience rather than a personal judgement. 

Sometimes our faliures are due to influences outside of our control. 
Sometimes our best just wasnt good enough. 
You tried. You took a risk. They dont all pay off. 
Its alright. It happens.

    3 days ago

    Prudence Sinclair

    As we get closer to halloween, all the fun costume ideas people are coming up with make me think of a less literal mask.
    The kind of masks we wear every day, around other people.
    The masks we put on so we feel safer, like we'll be more accepted.

    It's a good time to reflect on your inner masks - Are they stressing you out?
    Do you feel like you can still be your genuine self?
    Have you tried dropping the mask, lately?

    Whether it's trying to keep a friendly face even when you're feeling down, or acting confident when you feel hopeless - It's often better to be emotionally honest with the people around you.
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    As we get closer to halloween, all the fun costume ideas people are coming up with make me think of a less literal mask. 
The kind of masks we wear every day, around other people. 
The masks we put on so we feel safer, like well be more accepted. 

Its a good time to reflect on your inner masks - Are they stressing you out? 
Do you feel like you can still be your genuine self? 
Have you tried dropping the mask, lately?

Whether its trying to keep a friendly face even when youre feeling down, or acting confident when you feel hopeless - Its often better to be emotionally honest with the people around you.
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    Melanoma Madness:

    Melanoma Madness If you are new to my blog and don’t know my history, I was given only 6 months to live 3 decades ago with stage 4 nodular malignant melanoma. Melanoma, as well as my home country New Zealand, are close to my heart.

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