Here is an excerpt from a timely article I discovered on a reputable website, everydayHEALTH.com:
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!
I saved this article about some important news concerning Omega-3 fatty oils and skin cancer. Check it out this excerpt:
Here are excerpts from a comprehensive, six part anti-cancer diet journal, brought to you by an ad-free healthy living resource, HELPGUIDE.org. Jam-packed with cancer fighting bullet points and suggestions, I am only able to reproduce a few important highlights here:
Here’s an excerpt from a fascinating blog I found over the weekend, written by a Stage 4 colon cancer survivor about all of the supplements he takes:
With so many nutritional anti-cancer claims floating around, I wanted to share this honest overview from Canadian Dietitian, Leslie Beck. Lets discuss on the other side:
Back in September, I wrote an article about how a negative attitude and stress is a no-no for cancer patients/survivors. I am going to re-run it in it’s entirety below. Then I’m going to run some excerpts and a link to a new article that long time reader and nutritional columnist at MultipleMyelomaBlog.com sent me a few days back, confirming and reinforcing the “stress is bad” hypothesis.
I just started a two part series about kelp and it’s anti-cancer properties on my daily MultipleMyelomaBlog.com site:
Is cancer really a gift? For many of us, it’s certainly a gift that keeps on giving!
Unlike the real thing, articles touting the anti-cancer properties of broccoli never spoil! Broccoli is definitely one of the best of the best vegetables to incorporate as a regular part of anyone’s diet.
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:
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!
Nutrition guru, Dr. Joseph Mercola, recently ran a list of cancer killing foods/supplements on his website. Take a look:
I didn’t realize that The Saturday Evening Post investigated this type of thing…
To take fish oil supplements or not take fish oil supplements, that is the question!
I started a four part series of travel tips for cancer patients last week on my daily blog, MultipleMyelomaBlog.com.
Check-out this excerpt from a Newsmax Q/A that I saved from last month about the nutritional benefits of coconut oil:
Addressing a patient’s emotional needs? This shouldn’t be a new concept!
I just completed writing a four part series of articles about nutritional supplements on my daily site, MultipleMyelomaBlog.com.