Cancer Won’t Thrive in an Alkaline Body

communicating for health and wellness

by Aggie Perilli

This holiday season I am most grateful for my health, and the health of my family. Increasingly I hear that loved ones or their loved ones have cancer. Privately, I offer to send them information others have found healing. It’s the same information I offered my neighbor a few years ago, when she realized chemotherapy could be lethal for her.

Careful not to overstep healthful boundaries, I suggested my neighbor boost her body’s alkalinity.

She was unclear what I meant exactly.

Headstand in a Helmet

by Aggie Perilli

During a yoga class in Buchanan Park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a passing motorcyclist saw some of us in a headstand. With his helmet on, the motorcyclist dropped his head to the ground and joined us. As the motorcyclist shot his legs into the air, we whooped and cheered.

The man hopped to his feet, thrust his fists in the air and we whooped again. Then the helmeted stranger jumped on his motorcycle and rode away.

We glided through the rest of our yoga practice still laughing.