Find out how Pete Richardson beat Stage IV cancer with natural treatments at a cancer center in Mexico. His inspiring story serves as a testament to life-saving therapies that don’t use use harmful chemicals or radiation. “My body wants to heal itself,” he insists. “Feed it properly, and it will do what it is supposed to.”
It’s old news that lifestyle–especially diet and exercise–are the largest cancer deterrents. In fact, roughly half of all cancer diagnoses could be avoided by maintaining your overall health. But what about exercise’s role in beating cancer and keeping it in remission? Physical activity plays a unique part in the cancer patient’s life, and it’s essential to design a workout plan that will bring strength and healing.
When developing your recovery diet, it’s important to know which nutrients deliver the most anti-cancer properties. Foods rich with ellagic acid, a plant polyphenol, are cancer diet all-stars. Ellagic acid isn’t currently used as an independent treatment, but it should play a central role in your food regimen.
As a year draws to a close, we want to look back and celebrate all of the brave cancer survivors who have touched our lives this year. For each type of cancer, a different color ribbon and a different reason to fight and win. We look forward to more stories of healing in 2019! See our success stories
A cancer diagnosis often takes a hefty emotional toll. Many individuals report experiencing anxiety, depression, and other significant mental health side effects when they learn their well-being is at risk. If you’re facing cancer, consider the following suggestions for mitigating the emotional impact a diagnosis often brings.
Dr. Alvarez was wonderful, he knew all of his patients names, their illnesses and treatments without even looking at a chart to read from. He answered all of our questions every day and explained everything so we could understand. The communication between the nurses and him was great; even though I did not know Spanish very well seeing their smiling faces everyday made me feel welcome.
In the early part of the last century, before the use of pharmaceutical drugs, fasting played
a vital role in healing. Within the last five years something called intermittent fasting has
been increasingly observed as a way to prevent and help overcome cancer. Studies show that
fasting is good for cleansing and recharging the body, reducing harmful free radicals, and
strengthening the all-important immune system. In effect, the body’s own healing power gets
a boost. How, then, does intermittent fasting play a role, and why is it helpful against cancer?