Blood Cancer

IV Vitamin C Kills Cancer Cells

…mechanism, and blood levels rise in a dose-dependent manner. For example, 10 g of IV vitamin C raises blood levels 25 times higher than the same dose taken orally, and this increases up to 70-fold as doses get larger. The Future of IV Vitamin C IV vitamin C is not a cure-all for cancer. I do,…

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The Benefits of Vitamins C and E

…protect you against cancer. Numerous studies have shown that high-dose vitamin C is associated with a decreased risk of cancer, and that intravenously administered vitamin C can help to fight cancer. In addition, several large epidemiological studies showed that high blood levels of vitamin E also…

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Know Your Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

Cancer Institute reported that men with the highest blood levels of vitamin E were nearly half as likely to develop prostate cancer as those with the lowest levels. I recommend taking 800–1,600 IU of vitamin E daily. * Take modified citrus pectin (MCP), which helps to keep prostate cancer from…

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Health Benefits of Coffee: Prevent Skin Cancer

cancer. The researchers analyzed data from the Nurses’ Health Study conducted from 1984-2008, and followed 72,921 participants. One of the lifestyle traits they measured was coffee consumption. What they found is that the health benefits of drinking three or more cups a day lowered skin cancer

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The Truth about Fish Oil and Prostate Cancer

Cancer Facts * This study, which was published in the July 11 online edition of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, does not establish that elevated levels of long-chain omega-3s, found primarily in fish and fish oil, play a causative role in cancer. * This study only measured blood levels…

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Prevent Cancer and Protect Your Heart with Tomatoes

…and prostate cancers. Eating tomatoes also helps to lower your cholesterol and blood pressure—both of which can help to prevent heart attacks and strokes. That’s because they contain B vitamins and potassium. Lastly, tomatoes contain chromium which helps to lower your blood sugar and…

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Diabetic Diet: Recipe for Garlicky Spinach

…garlic contains sulfur compounds that have numerous health benefits, including reducing cholesterol and blood pressure, fighting infections, and inhibiting the growth of some cancer cells. You can find this and other delicious and healthy diabetic diet recipes in my Reversing Diabetes Cookbook.…

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Nutrient Spotlight: Importance of Minerals

…Supplemental calcium slows bone loss in patients at risk of osteoporosis. This mineral also reduces symptoms of PMS, risk of colorectal cancer, and blood pressure. I recommend 1,000 mg of calcium daily. To ensure optimal absorption, I suggest taking a supplement that contains calcium from a…

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How To Maintain Natural Prostate Health

…prostate cancer? Some experts believe that a significant percentage of all cancers can be prevented with healthy lifestyle choices. Chief among these is eating a low-fat diet. The saturated fats in meat and dairy fuel hormone-dependent cancers and are clearly linked with prostate cancer. Trans-fatty…

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Beyond Sleep: Other Benefits of Melatonin

…of Melatonin: Cancer Prevention and Treatment I want to close with one of the most exciting and promising benefits of melatonin: cancer prevention and treatment. One study showed that melatonin-depleted blood stimulates the growth of tumors in animals, while melatonin-rich blood reduces tumor…

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Forget About the RDAs: Here's Why You Need More B Vitamins

…5. Reduce Your Risk of Cancer: In a study involving more than 5,000 women who took folic acid, B6, and B12 daily for about seven years, those over age 65 had a 38 percent decrease in risk of breast cancer and a 25 percent reduction of other invasive cancers. 6. Boost Your Energy: Vitamin…

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Ward Off Winter's Assaults With Vitamin D

…you can easily and safely elevate your blood level of vitamin D into the protective range of 50–80 ng/mL: Simply take 2,000–5,000 IU of supplemental vitamin D3 per day. I recommend that you take this amount for three months, have your vitamin D blood level tested, and increase or reduce…

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The Multiple Benefits of Carotenoids

…or taking supplemental carotenoids increases the levels of these healthful phytochemicals in your blood and tissue, protecting you against many degenerative conditions, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, cataracts, macular degeneration, arthritis, and skin damage. Let’s take a closer…

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3 Tips to Avoid an Unnecessary Screening Test

…modern American medicine. Accepted guidelines include recommendations for yearly blood workups and regular blood pressure checks. Mammograms, PSA tests and other screening tests are championed as the way to catch cancer in its early stages and save lives; and cardiologists order angiograms at the…

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Benefits of Milk: Fact or Fiction?

…been documented to lower the risk of heart attack, high blood pressure, and cancer, the widely touted health benefits of milk are questionable at best. In fact, dairy products have been linked to osteoporosis, heart disease, obesity, cancer, allergies, and diabetes. The association with heart…

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Chocolate Reduces Stroke Risk in Women

…of chocolate reduce stroke risk in women. The study focused on 33,000 Swedish women between the ages of 49 and 83 who had no history of a stroke, cancer, diabetes, or heart disease. The participants completed a survey on diet and lifestyle indicators, and what researchers found was that women who…

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Prolonged Sitting Is Bad for Your Health

…restroom or water cooler can get your blood flowing and help you avoid the negative effects of prolonged sitting. Now it’s your turn: What do you do to avoid prolonged sitting and a sedentary lifestyle? You May Also Be Interested In: * Preventing Cancer Can Be as Easy as Standing Up * Dangers…

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New Vitamin D Recommendations Are Misguided

You may have seen news reports lately suggesting that Americans shouldn’t take vitamin D, especially for preventing cancer or fractures. Many of the reports also stated that the risk of developing kidney stones from vitamin D and calcium could outweigh its potential benefits. Folks, these…

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Safe and Effective Weight Loss Supplements

…The usual starting doses of DHEA are 50 mg for men and 25 mg for women. DHEA is not recommended for anyone with prostate, breast, or ovarian cancer. Blood levels should be tested three months after starting on DHEA and the dose adjusted to help you stay in the high-normal range for a young adult.…

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