I’m not sure if I buy-into the “balanced pH” philosophy of nutrition and cancer prevention, but apparently Nancy Elizabeth Shaw sure does…
Check-out excerpts from this awesome online Cure Magazine article about chemotherapy induced-peripheral neuropathy (PN) or (CIPN):
MMB healthy living columnist, Danny Parker, forwarded me this NPR article a few months back. I saved it, forgot about it and then stumbled across it today. Worth a look!
Spirituality is such a complicated issue. This interview with Tami Borneman at this year’s Oncology Nurses Society meetings covers a lot of key points:
OK. Claiming a ketogenic (extreme low carb) diet can cure or even slow cancer may be a stretch. But I agree with Dr. Mercola that a diet featuring lean, high quality protein and targeted beneficial fats is probably good for most of us.
Interested in a quick and fascinating read? Check-out the first few paragraphs of this Saturday Evening Post article I read last week:
I just started a two part series about kelp and it’s anti-cancer properties on my daily MultipleMyelomaBlog.com site:
Bone health is especially important for cancer patients. Weak, porous bones invite metastasizing invasion by roving cancer cells. Check-out these bone saving recommendations from nutritionist, Dr. Joseph Mercola:
Here is a link to a helpful post I found on the site, SHEKNOWS.COM. My only criticism; most of these suggestions apply to men, too!
I saved this update about green tea from Fox News last week:
Flying back from Boston Saturday, I sat next to a retired psychiatrist. What a wonderful woman!
A quick review of herbal supplements from television personality, Dr. Mehmet Oz:
My good friend and myeloma patient columnist on MultipleMyelomaBlog.com, Danny Parker, sent me a link to this British article this morning. Give it a read and see what you think:
I haven’t read his book, but Dr. Eliezer Nussbaum is right to help bring-to-light the serious issue of survivor guilt.
I saved a link to this fascinating article I found on Dr. Mercola’s alternative medicine and nutritional website last month:
I was a vegetarian for almost 12 years before I was diagnosed with mulitple myeloma, an incurable type of bone marrow cancer.
Continuing with my thread about where and why blogs and other internet sites sometimes get their material, here is a third example of an article written with an undisclosed agenda–although a very small one.
The notion that cancer patients need to exercise and eat right isn’t new–you read about it here every other week or so.
I’m ready to try meditation.