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Tag: Chemotheraphy

So you were diagnosed with cancer. Your oncologist authoritatively declared that your “best options” were chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or surgery. You decided to follow conventional medicine and completed the treatments as recommended because you felt it was the right thing to do. Now that you’re finished with chemotherapy and radiation therapy — what’s next? First […]

Living clay is 100 percent natural and has been used for centuries by Native Americans to restore health for everything from wound healing to detoxing. Researchers have discovered that the unique curative properties of clay, also called montmorillonite, is capable of removing the toxins ingested from food grown in chemically saturated fields to the thousands […]

Exercise is not something many oncologists discuss with their patients, and many cancer patients are reluctant to exercise, particularly if they didn’t engage in regular exercise before they developed their condition. It used to be thought that exercising during cancer treatment would leave you feeling exhausted, and without the energy that you needed to continue […]

If you think your colon is just a big tube in your body that’s encased like a sausage — think again! Your colon is an organ in your body that is responsible for eliminating the foods that have been digested as well as eliminating toxins that other elimination organs have processed. What does your colon […]