9 Best Cancer Fighting Vitamins and Supplements 2022

When it comes to dietary supplements, there are far too many options to choose from. If you’ve ever walked by the vitamin aisle of your local health or grocery store, you may have noticed how many different kinds of vitamins and supplements there are. Dietary supplements are any kind of vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, and amino acids that you can eat or drink. Supplements come in all shapes and sizes, such as: pills powders tablets capsules liquids People take supplements for different reasons. The main function of dietary supplements is to do exactly what the name implies — supplement an existing diet. Vitamins and mineral tablets aren’t meant to take the place of a healthy and nutritious diet. That being said, taking the right supplements with a nutritious and well-rounded diet can provide a host of added health benefits. For example, supplements can fill in the nutritional gaps of your diet, and can even assist the body in preventing and assisting in the treatment of certain

Repurposed Drugs for Cancer (2022): What You Need to Know

A rapidly growing subcategory in the chemotherapeutic treatment of cancer is the utilization of prescription drugs originally approved for treating conditions other than cancer. Such off-label use of drugs has taken the world of integrative oncology by storm. This strategy has potential for increasing efficacy of treatment. At the same time, it raises deep questions on how we define naturopathic medicine, natural medicine, and our role as physicians. Will using pharmaceutical drugs to prolong a patient’s life fit into who we claim to be as naturopathic physicians? One of the earliest non-cancer drugs noted to have anticancer side effect was cimetidine. Cimetidine was an early H-2 agonist approved for treating gastric ulcers in the late 1970s. Reports of an anticancer effect appeared not long afterward; the earliest was likely Armitage and Sidner’s 1979 paper,1 but Burtin’s 1988 trial usually receives the credit. Burtin reported that cimetidine or ranitidine combined with subcutan

25 Best Health Tips for 2022 - Dr Mercola

To commemorate 25 years of offering the most up-to-date health information available, here's a summary list of 25 of my favorite health tips. No. 1 — Time-Restricted Eating (TRE) for Metabolic Flexibility Over 90% of people eat more than 12 hours a day, which is a recipe for metabolic disaster. Eating all your meals within a six- to eight-hour window each day is one of the most powerfully effective ways I've found to normalize your insulin/leptin sensitivity, which is a root cause of most chronic diseases. A number of different intermittent fasting regimes have sprung up — some of which are more extreme than others — but all are based on the premise that you need periods of fasting, for 16 to 22 hours a day. As noted in the paper "A Time to Fast," published in the November 2018 issue of Science: 1 "Adjustment of meal size and frequency have emerged as powerful tools to ameliorate and postpone the onset of disease and delay ag


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