Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) April 08, 2016
Homeschooling mom of two, Razi Ann Berry is taking the power of independent education to a new level by producing a free online educational event on cancer prevention.
“The freedom of home education puts the responsibility and power back into the hands of the family”, says Berry, “and health education is a critical element of this. Without good health, we cannot exercise or enjoy our God-given freedoms.”
According to Berry, who is a work-from-home publisher of the naturopathic medical journal Naturopathic Doctor News & Review and the consumer health resource NaturalPath (thenatpath.com), chronic illnesses are now an epidemic, and research shows that for the first time in two decades, children will have a life expectancy shorter than that of their parents.
Research indicates that 1 in 2 individuals will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes. With diseases such as cancer on the rise at such alarming rates, Berry feels that homeschooling parents are in an ideal position to educate and protect their children about the environmental, lifestyle and nutritional factors that put families at risk.
“As a home educator, I can influence my child’s lifestyle habits so that we can avoid risk factors for disease such as sleep and wake cycles, chemicals in industrial products, pesticides found on playgrounds, even the emotional environment and the amount of physical activity my children engage in. I can also monitor the use of technology and ensure my children are using it safely, to reduce risks such as radiation and blue light”
The Natural Cancer Prevention Summit (http://www.thecancersummit.com) is an online gathering of more than 30 physicians and researchers in preventive health educating the public on the science and research of cancer risk, and how to make educated choices to protect health. The summit will be held May 16-23, 2016 and registration is free.
At the Natural Cancer Prevention Summit, you will learn the science of the best foods, exercise, and supplements, as well as how healthy emotional responses, stress and sleep habits can improve your immune function. You will also identify toxins in food, water, pesticides, cosmetics, household, cleaning and baby products that are carcinogenic and how to find safer alternatives.
35 speakers include Ronnie Cummins, of the Organic Consumer’s Association, Sally Fallon of the Weston A Price Foundation, GMO expert Jeffrey Smith, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, author of the GAPS Diet, cell biologist Bruce Lipton, PHD Author of The Biology of Belief, and Devra Davis, PHD of the Environmental Health Trust.
“The focus is on prevention”, says Berry, “because prevention is the best cure”