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Household Cleaner Clean Sweep

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Introduction to Integrative Oncology | Comments Off on Household Cleaner Clean Sweep

You can have the healthiest diet, the best exercise regimen, and stellar methods for minimizing stress, but if you aren’t addressing the white elephant in the room—toxins—you are likely sabotaging your best efforts. Try these shocking statistics on for size: Did you know that household cleaners account for 10% of all toxic exposures reported to US Poison Control Centers? Or that a study published in Environmental Science & Technology found 66 hormone disrupting compounds in regular old household dust? The good news is that by making a...

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GMOs, Gut Health, and Cancer Prevention

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in Introduction to Integrative Oncology | Comments Off on GMOs, Gut Health, and Cancer Prevention

There are many reasons to avoid eating food that contains Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) but the most important is to maintain good gut health. Gut health plays an important role in overall health because more than 75 percent of your immune system resides in your digestive system. A healthy gut fights off toxins, allergens, and microbes, while absorbing the nutrients you need to stay well. Also, your gut and brain have neurotransmitters that send information back and forth. If the messages in either direction in the gut are altered or...

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Simple Detoxification That’s Safe During Cancer Treatment

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in Introduction to Integrative Oncology | Comments Off on Simple Detoxification That’s Safe During Cancer Treatment

Did you know the body has several channels or means of eliminating toxins and waste? The lungs, liver, lymphatic system, blood, bowels and kidneys all work in tandem to keep your body functioning at its best. In today’s world, exposure to toxins is all but unavoidable and happens when you eat processed food, or come into contact with pollution, pesticides, and almost any chemical. Fortunately, you can catalyze detoxification for the most part through dietary changes, eating whole foods. But you can also give your body a helping hand by...

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Breast Cancer: Know Your Type, Discover Your Options

Posted by on May 30, 2014 in My Cancer Type | Comments Off on Breast Cancer: Know Your Type, Discover Your Options

Breast Cancer: Know Your Type, Discover Your Options A new breast cancer diagnosis brings a lot of information. The good news is that the prognosis is good when breast cancer is caught early. For advanced breast cancers, there are still many treatment options. When making treatment decisions, it is important to know your breast cancer type. Some breast cancers respond to hormone therapy, while others don’t. Chemotherapy is beneficial for some tumors and not others. It’s also helpful to develop an overall approach before beginning...

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Coming Clean: A Week of Whole Foods

Posted by on Jan 13, 2014 in Introduction to Integrative Oncology | Comments Off on Coming Clean: A Week of Whole Foods

Have the slower, colder winter months got you feeling sluggish…a little pudgy…as if there’s stuff that you need to clear out of your system? If so, you’ve come to the right place because after you follow this seven-day plan for eating nothing but nourishing, unprocessed whole foods your insides will do a dance of joy. Oh, yeah! It’s extremely beneficial to periodically feed your body nothing but food in its natural state—in other words, food that your body will immediately recognize and know how to break down without any additional effort. In...

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Cesium Chloride Safety Update

Posted by on Jan 7, 2014 in Research | Comments Off on Cesium Chloride Safety Update

A Colorado woman’s death has been linked to cesium chloride supplementation. She had a single injection of cesium chloride into her breast. She developed abnormally high levels of cesium in the blood, followed by an imbalance in electrolytes and an irregular heart rhythm. She had a heart attack and did not survive. Cesium chloride is known to displace potassium, an important regulator of heart rhythm and muscle contraction. There have been multiple cases of severely abnormal heart rhythms reported with oral cesium chloride.  This...

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Banish Post-Holiday Guilt for Good

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Research | Comments Off on Banish Post-Holiday Guilt for Good

  Do you feel like you went a little overboard during the holidays? Well, welcome to the club, because you are certainly not alone! The holidays can topple even the healthiest lifestyles. You sleep at odd hours, eat at times that are far from ideal, and when you do eat, it’s normally whatever’s being served to you. Exercise takes a backseat to party hopping. Of course, these indulgences are what make the holidays fun! But when the calendar flips to January 1, talk of resolutions can conspire with your too-tight jeans to make you feel guilty...

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Reconnecting With The Heart of Christmas

Posted by on Dec 16, 2013 in Research | Comments Off on Reconnecting With The Heart of Christmas

Finely wrapped presents, snow painted shops, sparkly decorations, singing Santa Claus and a long list of party invitations all point to the fact that the holiday season has begun. The fun and joy in the air makes Christmas the most wonderful time of the year. Yet, with time you see a change in Christmas celebrations where the entire concept of giving and sharing has been commercialized. How do you embrace the true spirit of Christmas, which is more about opening their hearts than flashy presents? Spirit of Love Love is an integral part of...

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Healing Spices

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in Research | Comments Off on Healing Spices

Rich in phytochemicals, many herbs and spices serve as anti-inflammatory superfoods. Stock your spice cabinet with the following and it’ll double as an all-natural medicine cabinet! Basil— Researchers from the University of Michigan have shown that holy basil has anti-inflammatory activity compared to aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen. Traditional basil contains a compound called eugenol, which eases muscle spasms. Basil can help relieve gas and soothe a turbulent tummy. Cayenne—What doesn’t this spice do? Capsaicin, the source of cayenne’s...

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Adopting a Pet

Posted by on Dec 2, 2013 in Research | Comments Off on Adopting a Pet

Are you part of the two thirds of American households that have one or more pets? If so, consider yourself fortunate, as the health benefits of pet ownership are astounding: Rover, your beloved family dog, may extend your life expectancy! In fact, recent research from the University of Pennsylvania showed that among a group of seriously ill patients, only 6% of those who owned pets had died at the end of the study period, as opposed to 28% of non-pet owners. Good for Your Heart and Soul Rover offers you many other benefits—besides fetching...

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