Published on November 27, 2013.
In this article we will look at recent research surrounding the making of good food choices for cancer patients. What are good food choices for cancer patients? Nuts In the largest study of its kind, people who ate a daily handful of nuts were 20 percent less likely to die fromContinue Reading »
Published on November 12, 2013.
Recently, doctors in Chile sought to make dietary recommendations that would help prevent cancer. This is what they said: The main diet-related cancers include colorectal, lung, breast in (postmenopausal) women, stomach, esophagus, prostate and pancreas. After tobacco, obesity is the leading cause of cancer; it accounts for one third ofContinue Reading »
Published on November 6, 2013.
At the Magaziner Center for Wellness, patients help in making cancer treatment decisions. These decisions may include strengthening the healing abilities of both mind and body via a combination of nutritional therapies, meditation and lifestyle changes — including encouraging patients to avoid nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, processed foods and artificial chemicals.Continue Reading »
Published on November 5, 2013.
Soybean, canola and corn oils, and nuts can prevent colon, lung, breast and prostate cancers While the question of whether vitamin E prevents or promotes cancer has been widely debated in scientific journals and in the news media, scientists at the Center for Cancer Prevention Research, at Rutgers ErnestContinue Reading »
Published on October 29, 2013.
Curcumin, a traditional medicine, exhibits anti-carcinogenic properties and research is now on-going to test whether or not curcumin is really an effective anti-cancer weapon. “Powdered turmeric has been used for centuries to treat osteoarthritis and other illnesses. Its active ingredient, curcumin, inhibits inflammatory reactions. A recent study now shows thatContinue Reading »
Published on October 28, 2013.
Research in the medical journal Cancer says that while it has been shown that chemotherapy in breast cancer patients can cause memory and cognitive function, their research suggests Radiotherapy can cause similar problems. breast cancer treatment memory loss In this study, Changes in cognitive functioning over time were compared inContinue Reading »
Published on October 5, 2013.
Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene reduces risk of colorectal adenoma. Vitamin A and E do not. 1 Glucosamine and chondroitin supplements may reduce colorectal cancer or, may not. 2 Vitamin B6 may reduce colorectal cancer risk or, may not. 3 Vitamins and cancer prevention In recent years there has been manyContinue Reading »
Published on March 12, 2012.
Researchers reporting in the Journal of Clinical Oncology say that elderly, early-stage breast cancer patients, maybe getting radiation treatment that offers no extra benefit and may put them at risk for greater side-effects. (1) Dr. Magaziner discess breast cancer on FOX 29 News This is continuing research over the pastContinue Reading »
Published on February 28, 2012.
Recently a combined study from the Mayo Clinic and researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center showed that women cancer survivors kept poorer health habits than women who had never had cancer. These poor health behaviors included smoking; alcohol use; lack of physical activity. Study results demonstrated that: Cancer survivors ageContinue Reading »
Published on October 15, 2010.