Chinese Medicine teaches us to live in harmony with nature and in harmony with the seasons. This is considered a cornerstone of health, well being and longevity. Autumn is a time to harvest and gather…
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Women who are positive for the BRCA1 gene are known to have poor DNA repair. These women may benefit from PARP inhibitors. BRCA1 is associated with aggressive and often lethal breast cancer as well as colon cancer.
Niacinamide, a B Vitamin, may help breast cancer and ovarian cancer patients. Recently another gene associated with poor DNA repair has been identified. This gene, RAD51D, is associated with increased risk for ovarian cancer. PARP Inhibitor drugs as well as Niacinamide may also be of value to these women.
Researchers found that women who ate the most fiber (top fifth) were 11% less likely to have breast cancer compared with the bottom fifth.
Healing Cancer is more than just methods or combinations. It is a way of looking at and embodying health and healing that restores trust. It is a living matrix that mirrors the inherent truths in nature, in the human being, and in the divine.
For many cancer patients, finding ways to manage the side effects of chemotherapy, radiation and hormonal treatments is a great challenge. Most patients do not want to take more drugs and are looking for safe, health promoting solutions from Natural Medicine. Letʼs look at a few of the most common side effects and how we manage them with natural medicine:
Food labels are confusing, but they don’t have to be if you follow these four tips. You’ll be making healthier food choices in no time.
Three weeks ago one of my dearest and most cherished lifelong friends was diagnosed with advanced and terminal cancer, given at most six months to live. Her oncologist, with whom I have shared patients for over 30 years, called me to say, Nalini, I have nothing to offer her. Please start to look around in your alternative and integrative cancer network for something outside the box.
More and more Women are being diagnosed with hormonal cancers including breast cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, uterine cancer. If you are a cancer survivor, you most certainly do not want to get a cancer recurrence. Most women do not realize that there are dangerous factors in their everyday modern lives that increase cancer risk, not just breast cancers, but a broad range of cancers. Knowledge is Power. Put a stop to some of these habits and you could save your own life.
Why does a woman with no family history of breast cancer and no obvious risk factors for breast cancer succumb to the disease? What happened to her? Today 1 in 8 women in the US is diagnosed with breast cancer. Will you be one of them? The development of cancer is complex. Many factors contribute to the “perfect storm” of conditions that lead to the presence of cancer cells and your body’s inability to stop them from growing. Discovering all the factors that contribute to the development of cancer in any one individual is not simple. It is complex. And it is usually not exactly the same set of factors for each and every person. Learning more about the toxins in your environment and learning more about your genetics can help you to take steps to stay cancer free. There are two primary contributors to the development of cancer: the combination and interaction of your environment and your genetics.
I have cancer, what should I eat? There are many factors that go into an anti-cancer diet. According to recent research “a change in diet can have an impact on cancer risk” demonstrating that a diet higher in protein and lower in carbohydrates can inhibit the growth of cancer cells.