After Breast Cancer Treatment many women are prescribed drugs called aromatase inhibitors to prevent recurrence. A common side effect is joint pain. Combined use of natural supplements glucosamine and chondroitin are of benefit to patients experiencing joint pain and stiffness related to the use of aromatase inhibitors to prevent breast cancer.
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Omega-3s Target Toughest Breast Tumors Cell study finds fish fats curb hard-to-treat “triple-negative” breast cancers 4/11/2013 This summary article from Vital Choice.com discusses a recent study showing that increased intake of Omega 3 Fatty Acids (EPA…
Are you setting the stage for Breast Cancer by getting too little or poor quality sleep? If not, you are not getting your nightly dose of melatonin. Breast Cancer is linked to the hormone melatonin which regulates our sleep-wake cycle. Fluctuations in normal nighttime production of melatonin may be a predictor of whether or not we might develop breast cancer.
Depression, Social Isolation and Loneliness are linked to increased risks and poor recovery from both cancer and heart disease. Learn how Vitamin D can help.
We are exposed to BPA plastics everyday. BPA has been linked to a wide variety of ills, including infertility, breast and reproductive system cancer, obesity, diabetes, early puberty, behavioral changes in children and resistance to chemotherapy treatments.
All patients receiving chemotherapy suffer toxic side effects. The most common complaint is chemotherapy related fatigue. A recent study found that that Stage 2 and Stage 3 breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy reported less fatigue and improved quality of life when the herbal medicine Ashwaganda was used during the course of their treatment. Here is the elegant marriage of modern science and ancient healing wisdom.
If you have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer, ask your physician to find out whether or not you will benefit from chemotherapy. In some types of breast cancer only one in four women will benefit. Know the questions you should ask your doctor.
Phytochemicals found in the fruits and vegetables of the fall season are packed with healthy benefits. The deep colors green, purple, red, and bright orange alert us to the potent anti-oxidant and cell protective anti- cancer activity of these delicious foods. Include cabbage family vegetables, kale, brocolli, cranberries, apples pomegranates and bright orange foods such as yams, winter squash, carrots and persimmons in your diet at the height of their nutritional value during the fall season.
(Photo credit: Wikipedia) Why so many woman are diagnosed with breast cancer? Dr. Nalini’s 159 page handbook “Healthy Breasts: Keys To Breast Health and Breast Cancer Prevention” is now available online. SPECIAL OFFER FOR OUR…