7 Reasons You Might Get Cancer

7 Reasons You Might Get Cancer CoQ10

Low Levels of CoEnzyme Q10 Increase Your Risk of Breast Cancer A study* done in 2011 that followed over 1000 Chinese women found that women with lower levels of CoQ10 have higher rates of breast…

Joint Pain Prevalent in Cancer Patients

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Why Do Cancer Patients Have Joint Pain? Unfortunately, joint pain is an all too common side effect of drugs frequently prescribed to breast cancer and ovarian cancer patients…(and even some prostate cancer patients.) Aromatase Inhibitors…

5 Ways to OutSmart Colon Cancer

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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month Cancer of the lower intestines (colon) and rectum is very common in both men and women. If you think about it, everything you eat gets processed through and washes…

Tired? Hormones Out of Balance?


Get your energy back! I am off to Florida for my semi-annual Summit with some of the rockstars and leading edge thinkers in the health revolution. This is where I go to be with my…

Can I take nutritional supplements during cancer treatment?

Some nutrients and supplements offer support and may even reduce some toxic effects, while others may interfere with your treatments. Knowledge and guidance are required. Of course you should fully inform and discuss with your doctor and have an expert in nutritional and herbal medicine who also understands drug-nutrient and drug-herb interactions, along with interactions with radiation therapy, hormonal therapies and surgeries on your team to educate you and your physician.

32 Ways To OutSmart Cancer by Dr. Nalini

32 Ways to OutSmart Cancer

32 Ways to OutSmart Cancer: How to Create A Body Where Cancer Cannot Thrive You have your medical providers working to rid your body of disease. But do you have the health and wellness side…

Cancer Related Fatigue May Be Relieved By Ganoderma Mushroom

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Cancer Related Fatigue is one of the primary complaints of and is a short term and long term side effect of cancer patients both during and after cancer treatment. In a recent study the spores of the widely used Chinese Medicinal Mushroom Ganoderma showed promise in alleviating fatigue in cancer survivors, particularly…