Vernon aka Vito on December 15th, 2010

What the heck is crumb, Vernon? Crumb is the inside of bread; or inside of the crust. I have been making 5-minute whole wheat bread, but wholewheat (I found out) gernerally requres more time to rise and at about 85degrees F. I had been not letting it rise long enough.  Here is where I got […]

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I get emails from readers who have been diagnosed with cancer letting me know that they are going on the baking soda molasses protocol, some version of their own protocols, or some other diet or special ‘cancer fighting’ program. I honor anyone who takes charge of their health and dances their way to health; or at […]

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Vernon aka Vito on October 22nd, 2010

I found out about salvestrols while chatting with my friend Ron who facilitates a meditation center in upstate Washington. I became especially curious when Ron told me that organic fruits and vegetables have a higher rate of cancer curing salvestrols in their make-up. Why? I was wondering, and what the heck are salvestrols? Well, Ron went […]

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I received this email from an unidentified reader. From: MD Message: Please take down your website. It is inappropriate and your knowledge of medical science is appalling. Your PSA went to 0.1 and your bone lesions regressed temporarily as a result of your cassodex treatment. Unfortunately, you will eventually become refractory to hormone therapy. […]

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Vernon aka Vito on October 14th, 2010

Question from a YouTube Viewer of me showing how to mix molasses with baking soda: “Do you think baking soda will work for any type of cancer. I had two woman from a prayer meeting tell my husband not to do chemo, but to use baking soda. So if you do not mind could you […]

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Vernon aka Vito on September 11th, 2010

I call my wife Honey. That feels really good! The honey I am talking about now is raw honey and it is alkaline. or at least on the cusp between alkaline and acidic. The reason I am experimenting with honey is to find an acceptable sweetner for some of the dishes I enjoy. One of […]

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Vernon aka Vito on September 9th, 2010

I wanted to try these Ural Sachets to see what they are all about. Many people use them to alkalinize the urinary and kidney tract. Also, I saw where they were also taken for gout. So. . . here I am in the United States trying to find Ural Sachets. I did not know that […]

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Xylitol: Good sweetner for Cancer Alkaline Diets? Thai Coconut Pancakes? Not sure, but after studying xylitol for a couple weeks, I picked some up at the local food cooperative. It was on sale for $5.something a pound, down from $6.something a pound. The first thing I tried it in was Thai coconut pancakes which I […]

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Vernon aka Vito on September 3rd, 2010

Water aerobics and winter gardening today. Had a great workout which focused on the body’s core. Exercise is good for me! Now is is time to put in what may be my last planting for the winter garden. I live in upstate Washington. It is a little different from the 4000 foot level in the […]

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Vernon aka Vito on August 27th, 2010

A funny thing happened today that was almost not so funny. My wife Alice came up to me and with a lot of concern said, “You know, I wasn’t going to tell you this, but I have had blood in my urine today and yesterday; and I am not going to any doctor.”  She was actually […]

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