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How To Starve Cancer
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How To Starve Cancer

Can you starve cancer? This blog post will review the evidence of short term fasting before chemotherapy and radiation treatment. You will be able to read about the results of several trials and can consider if this approach is right for you.

Lymphedema Diet
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Lymphedema Diet

What you eat can impact your lymphedema. In addition to working with your certified lymphedema therapist paying attention to your salt, fluid, protein and anti-inflammatory components of your diet can make a real impact. In addition, the timing of your meals and identifying your food triggers also play a role. In this blog, you will be introduced to the research on lymphedema diet.

10 Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle
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10 Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle

Why talk about 10 tips for a healthy lifestyle? Several times a year, we are inclined to push the reset button and begin anew. It might be a new year, your birthday, the anniversary of a significant date (like the date or your diagnosis or the day you finished your treatment), or the start of a new school year.  I love the feeling of reflecting on the past year – with a focus on my accomplishments and looking ahead to the next year with a renewed sense of purpose and taking some time to set goals for a healthy lifestyle for myself.

Can I Believe Everything I Read About Coconut Oil?
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Can I Believe Everything I Read About Coconut Oil?

I was recently asked by Wellspring Cancer Support Centres in Toronto to research and update a fabulous presentation that they deliver called Nutrition Myths and Controversies. In this presentation, I address the most popular questions that cancer patents and survivors have about nutrition. Cancer patients and survivors are full of questions about how they can help themselves....

How to Improve Your Tea Routine
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How to Improve Your Tea Routine

Green Tea and Thriving After Cancer When reading about healthy eating for cancer survivors, it is common to see green tea ranking high on the list of recommended foods. The reason for this is that green tea contains a high level of cancer-fighting compounds called catechins. In their book, Foods to Fight Cancer, doctors Richard...

Book Review – The Calories In Calories Out Cookbook
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Book Review – The Calories In Calories Out Cookbook

The Calories In Calories Out Cookbook…Plus, the Exercise it Takes to Burn Them Off is by Catherine Jones and Elaine Trujillo (The Experiment, 2014). Catherine Jones, the recipe developer on the project, said that the idea for the book came to her after a conversation with her brother who said: “All I want is a...