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My book "Why Me?" has hit a chord with many people who identify with the challenges and issues discussed in the book. This site continues the journey with articles designed to inspire, empower, encourage and support in moving all of us forward towards our fullest potential.

I also come across many useful articles relating to this  goal of mine and seek to bring these to your attention as an added value to my book.

In your travels, you may come across material or ideas that you think would be ideal to share with other readers of my book, please do not hesitate to contact me so that everyone can benefit.



  • A Diet to Combat Cancer
    The simple & general dietary rules promoted for patients following the “HOXSEY” program
  • An Acid Environment
    Cancer thrives in an acid environment.
  • Body Esteem
    The way you feel about your body and the effect that it has on your overall well-being.
  • Can't Lose Weight? Who's To Blame?
    Five reasons why you may not be able to lose weight.
  • Change
    Adjusting our thinking for a new mindset.
  • Eat Your Fruit & Vegetables
    Today its not so much what you know you eat, but what you eat that you don't know about in pesticides and other sprays and additives in your fruit and vegetables.
  • Fat Talk
    Is fat talk stopping you from experiencing the healthy lifestyle you deserve?
  • Handling Stress
    Are you a stress buster? According to Dr Bruce Lipton and Dr Caroline Leaf, from 87% to 95% of all disease is created by stress and stress does NOT come from external sources!!!
  • Lemons - A Super Food
    Lemons are a simple to use super food that provide a myriad of benefits for the human body.
  • Law of Signatures
    The visual clues as to what foods help what organ or part of our body!
  • Live To 100
    Love your body and care for it as your “temple”
  • Predicting Disease
    Predicting Disease - One way of predicting if you'll get cancer.
  • Prevent Type II Diabetes
  • Real Food
    Eating foods made up of the same biochemicals our bodies are comprised of,
  • Super Foods
    Ten Super Foods that resist and preserve your body from disease including cancer.
  • If You Can't Beat Depression?
    What is going on in your gut could well be playing a significant role in your psychological and mental behaviour.
  • Choosing Happiness
    Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles



Adversity can strike in anyone’s life and if it does then you have two choices. Either you lay down and wallow in your sadness or you battle through it and head for a better life.  In her book `Why Me` Yvonne Chamberlain gives a person not only the key to handle any adversity that comes their way but also the knowledge and training to live life to the best of their ability.  There is no greater teacher than one who "has been there and done that".  An amazing woman, a brilliant teacher who gives simple easy to follow guidelines to help you achieve your very best.  A simple to read, easy to understand, difficult to put down, must have book. - Bob Daly  


“Congratulations” on your book. Thank you for sharing your very own personal walk, wow, what a ‘life-line’ and ‘help’ this book can be to others and will be to me at this very difficult point in my life.  I have known you for a long time, as a friend, a person who I have looked at and thought, boy I wish I could be as confident as Yvonne, she seems to have it all together. I knew of your cancer and your determination to fight it which you did and won. But I saw that you had a nice husband, family, home etc, it never entered my mind that you could have family issues and that you had already been through many of the struggles that I had. Y our book is showing me so much because I can relate to so many of the things that you have shared about your life.  

Fantastic and thank you. - Gail 


Some feedback I had about the talk last night at BG, Kicking Cancer, etc. with Yvonne Chamberlain. I was doing the banking for BG and chatting with the teller about my family member recovering from cancer. The teller said that a customer before me is still grieving very much over her husband recently being taken by cancer. Last night the customer attended the talk here at BG. She got so much help from the talk that she feels that she will begin to deal better with her grief. If a customer can relate this to strangers then I think that Yvonne must do a great job as a speaker. Just thought I would pass this on. - Kym BG