Category Archives: Inspiration

My Thoughts On Cancer

I get 5-10 emails per day from people all over the world asking me for help with cancer. I’m sorry I’m not able to answer them all. My intention with this post is to set you on the right course to eliminate or prevent cancer. On our current trajectory 3 out of 4 people in the industrialized nations will be diagnosed with some type of cancer.

The highest rates are in: Denmark, France, Australia, Belgium, Norway, United States, Ireland, Korea, Netherlands.

Lung, breast, bowel and prostate are the most prevalent cancers world wide. The biggest risk factors are, stress, obesity, processed food intake, sedentary lifestyle, vaccines, radiation from cell phone towers and wifi, smoking, drinking alcohol, processed sugar intake, hormones in meat, air pollution, chemicals in food, water and medicine, overeating, dis functional relationships, dehydration, viruses and lack of fresh air.

This list is just the most common and basic lifestyle choices and factors that need to be addressed and brought into awareness. It is by no means complete. Use your common sense.

Ok so that is the bad news. Now, what can we do about it?

How do we prevent or eliminate cancer?

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RAW VEGAN COOL RANCH DRESSING (Cultured Food Class Part 7)

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RAW VEGAN COOL RANCH DRESSING (cultured food class part 7)

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Dan McDonald: Okay, cool. Well, we’re ready to roll here. We’re going to do another recipe which is the ranch … creamy ranch. So I take the coconut yogurt, which I had right here, coconut yogurt, and put that in there. What I’m going to do, a little twist, something I’ve never done today. I’m going to add some avocado because I’ve never done that before, and I want to see how that works out.

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RAW VEGAN EGG SALAD SANDWICHES (Cultured Food Class Part 6)

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RAW VEGAN EGG SALAD SANDWICHES (cultured food class part 6)

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Speaker 1: Okay so I have another recipe (stutters). Let’s edit that out. No, leave it. That’s a new language. It’s code for don’t drink the water. That was another thing we never even got into that.

Speaker 2: Oh, don’t.

Speaker 1: We never even got into the water.

Speaker 2: Bless it. Bless the water.

Speaker 1: Don’t drink the water, yeah. Oh man it’s everywhere isn’t it? Like I said it’s not a conspiracy, folks. It’s a fact.

You’ve got to take care of your self. One way you do that is with these vegan egg salad sandwiches. What I’ve got here is a bowl of finely minced celery and green onion. The next part of it is the macadamia nuts soaked to make a macadamia nut yogurt.

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THE BEST VEGAN PROTEIN TO BUILD MUSCLE FAST (Cultured Food Class Part 5)

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THE BEST VEGAN PROTEIN TO BUILD MUSCLE FAST (cultured food class part 5)

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Dan McDonald: Hey, what’s up? The next video that we’ve got today, or the next recipe that we’ve got for the class and slash video is, the simple way to say this is the PuraDyme hummus. Yeah, and it’s made with the protein powder and this is off the hook. I was in the gym for many years, 5 years very seriously in the gym using various protein powders. Nothing even comes close to this, I’m talking to the bodybuilders, I’m talking to the people that want to gain weight. This is important that I actually focus on this video because people are always looking for, especially the vegans, how can I keep on some weight?

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COCONUT YOGURT IS MEDICINE! (Cultured Food Class Part 4)

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COCONUT YOGURT IS MEDICINE! (cultured food class part 4)

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Speaker 1: Hello this is Dan McDonald, you know me as the liferegenerator on YouTube. I’m talking to the camera now. This is why they call me the life regenerator cause I got me a Schrade blade, baby. The day I got this blade from Amazon was day I became a man. A real man. Today, did I scare y’all, this is the coconut almond yogurt. For the love of God, please don’t try this at home. This is the little mat thing that you have outside your door, I carry around the back of my car so I can open up coconuts so that it doesn’t get onto the dirt and everything like that. It protects the blade. I have a little chip. I let someone borrow my blade one time there’s a little chip. This is mine, you can borrow one of my other machetes and the collection but not this one.

Please don’t try this at home for real. I’m an expert, I’ve opened thousands of coconuts, and normally I do this on the ground, that’s a really good idea to that but since I wanted to make a video and show the whole thing because everyone’s interested in how do you make the yogurt. Well I make it just like this. With a nice blade like this you can get stuff done. Make a little bit of a mess but not too bad.

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DO PROBIOTICS WORK (Cultured Food Class Part 1)

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DO PROBIOTICS WORK_ (cultured food class part 1)

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Hey so this is the first video here in the series hello You tube. I’m doing class here on the island of Kauai I really appreciate all of you coming and I really appreciate you being here. I had some friends about a few weeks ago they were telling me yeah I’m trying to make the Kefir and I put sugar in it I was like oh god. Rachel was like I made this Kefir and the lid blue off. I’m like okay we need to have a cultured food class.

I’ve been doing this for four or five years now ever since I met Lou Corona making the coconut almond yogurt and since then the journey into culturizing, fermenting foods and that led into the the most recent research into the microbiome of human beings and how that you know we’ve always been talking about cellular health and health of the cells right well there’s whatever 10 trillion cells and the number always changes. There’s actually 10 times more microorganisms in your body so you’re just like a bag full of bacteria. As we begin to progress down this road of understanding the microbiome you can be rest assured that these fermented and cultured foods using the various cultures that they’ve been studying for actually about 100 years now was when the very first culture Lactobacillus acidophilus which everyone has heard of began to be researched and they started looking at … they just distracted it but they had no idea but now they’re just finding out a 100 years later they isolated it and now they’re understanding what these different microorganisms do inside the human organism.

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