This type of tumor can include glioblastoma, neuroblastomas, and astrocytomas, just to name a few. Some of the natural therapies that have been studied for these types of cancer include a ketogenic diet, bee pollen extracts, and curcumin. If you are being treated with radiation or surgery, healthy fats can be vital to reducing inflammation and improving healing.
Did you know that there are five different types of breast cancer that have been currently identified? Somehow, though, the online advice tends to get lumped into breast cancer in general. This means that you really need to know the specifics of YOUR breast cancer. What’s recommended for someone with triple negative breast cancer is different than what we would talk about for DCIS. There is something that you could be doing, no matter what type of breast cancer you have, and that is to start moving. Exercise has been shown to improve how well you respond to treatment and can help reduce risk of breast cancer recurrence. Learn more about Breast Cancer here.
Colon and Rectal Cancer
It would make sense that a cancer that takes place in the colon, where you digest food, could be influenced by diet. Some studies specifically point towards a pescatarian diet as an ideal place to start to reduce risk of colon cancer. You can learn more about the pescatarian diet here.
There are a variety of studies looking at using natural therapies alongside chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery for reducing side effects of treatment. I have helped kids from the age of 1 year to 13 years old make it through their cancer treatments with fewer side effects and improved health. An important piece of support is to make sure that once treatment has completed, your child can resume a healthy childhood. That’s why a lot of our care focuses on proactively reducing long-term side effects.
This cancer, often blamed on smoking, is being experienced by smoke