Hello out there all you lovely people. Please come in, have a seat, a cuppa and some fruit or yoghurt. Sorry, can’t offer any biscuits at the moment…
As I said in some previous posts I have cut out refined sugar from diet to beat cancer. There is not scientific proof yet that it makes any difference but from what I have read at Cancer Research a healthy diet helps to get through cancer treatment. I assume that side-effects of chemo aren’t that bad (yet) might have to do with me eating mostly fruit, veg, oats, yoghurt and a little bread and potatoes. So no bickies on my watch… well besides the oat cookies made with honey 😉 . And just in case you want to hear a different opinion on the “sugar & cancer” topic have a look here at Diabetes.co.uk.
And what does that have to do with a couple saving a rainforest? Nothing whatsoever my dear readers. I just got side tracked 🙂
It’s Tuesday and that means we share some good news. I was pondering today to share something positive every day but I know myself: I won’t keep it up so I better don’t go down that route.
So keep the “Good News Tuesday” up and visit the South of India where Pamela Gale Malhotra and her husband Anil started an animal sanctuary in the early 1990s’. It was only supposed to be 55 hectar of private forest land but has grown and now “covers hundreds of acres, with at least 300 acres being under the protection of SAI Sanctuary Trust, its positive influence being seen and felt in the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in the area including Brahmagiri, Nagarhole and Bandipur.” (source SAI homepage)
Their work has also grown all over the world “from the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific to the Rocky Mountains of North America, from the Himalayas in northern India to the Western Ghats in the south—to help restore balance among all species of Nature—including humankind.” (source SAI homepage). It was even dubbed “Noah’s Ark” by an Oxford professor.
It shows that healthy support for our environment can grow and work and to me these are the visionaries for a better future for all of us. I find that inspirational in these dire times. Please watch this short video and visit their page too to find out more about their work.
This post takes part in “Good News Tuesday” inspired by JoAnna on “Anything Possible”. Please head over to her and find more uplifting news or join us and share good news too.
Happy Tuesday to you all despite everything!!!!!
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Just one more thing before you go: The hospital that is treating me for cancer is fundraising for a dedicated breast cancer unit which would allow same-day diagnosis and better premises for patients and staff.
Please, if you can spare a little money hop over to their Just Giving Page and give as little or much as you can. Or share the page on your social media. Your support means a lot to me! Thank you very much.