Liver Cancer. Bile Duct Cancer.

Starvation. It’s about what sustains us – nutritionally, financially, emotionally and spiritually.

An individual can experience a biological conflict of starvation in real time, in real terms. This is an “old brain” conflict about survival.

In the animal kingdom, a ‘morsel’ is literal. In our human realm, it is more often figurative – a situation, scenario, event, occurrence, relationship, person or job that is the morsel necessary for our sustenance.

A literal paucity of food.

In pre-formula (similac) days, a mother unable to breast feed her infant. Adherence to a specific diet with food restrictions and limitations. Dietary restrictions implemented because of the belief that sugar fuels cancer. Religious dietary restrictions where one’s cravings are not met. Even being lost in the woods with limited foodstuffs. Starving oneself due to a distorted body image. Starving oneself to lose weight. Continue reading “Liver Cancer. Bile Duct Cancer.”