Pancreatic Cancer

Change Your Diet – Start the Detox

It's time to start the detox and change your diet

The world is full of man-made toxicity and we are in a constant battle to detox these compounds. Environmental toxicity can include heavy metal toxicity, chemical toxicity and even organic substances such as moulds or bacteria. One type of chemical compound, organophosphates (OP), is a group of pesticides. This particular group of pesticides is one […]

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Antioxidants and Chemotherapy

antioxidants and chemotherapy

There has been some talk about how antioxidant therapies could reduce the efficacy of chemotherapy. There is no scientific evidence that demonstrates such. On the contrary, antioxidants have been tested and proven to enhance the outcomes. Antioxidants work together in a reaction that quenches the reactive oxygen species, or ROS, through an oxidation-reduction process. There

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Intravenous Vitamin C and Liposomal Vitamin C

We all know how beneficial Vitamin C is to our health. However, our bodies have low tolerance to high doses of Vitamin C, and are prone to intestinal discomfort. Unless, it is taken in liposomal form. A very much recommended alternative to Vitamin C IV drip or injections is the liposomal Vitamin C. It is

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Baking Soda For Health

baking soda, sodium bicarbonate, baking

Who would have thought that a simple and cheap ingredient being used in breads and crackers could have such a wide range of health benefits? Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, as it is scientifically called, has been proven to have medicinal properties for different sorts of diseases. Even serious ones such as diabetes and cancer.

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13 Ways You Can Use Curcumin For Cancer

 Growing research into botanicals are giving more evidence to show that a lot of plant and herbs are proving to be effective in helping combat cancer. One of these plants is the turmeric, which is a spice that originated from India. How can turmeric, an ingredient used to improve the taste in dishes, actually be

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Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cancer (Part 2)

On the first part of the series, we tackled the differences between CBD and THC, and which one of them does harm towards the body more than it does good. And we were able to find out that CBD is the good medicine and THC is the potentially bad. STOP! If you haven’t read part

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Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cancer (Part 1)

One must have so many questions about Cannabidiol and its source plant–the Cannabis, which is known to have caused certain addiction, and is banned in most countries worldwide. Before we go directly to what Cannabidiol is, what do we know already about the plant? Allow me to enlighten you a little bit. There has been

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pH And Optimal Health (Part 2 of 4): Skeletal System

Bones should have pH levels between from 7.0 to 7.4. Anything lower than 7.0, the mineralisation of bone significantly decline, aggravating osteoclast activities which results in oesteoporosis. Osteoclasts are bone cells that absorb bone tissue during growth and healing. Osteoblast and osteoclast activities and mineralisation of bones through calcium and phosphate are at their highest

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Finding Tumor cells in the Body

Previously I made a post about Tumor cell markers such as CA 15-3 or CA 19-9. I also talked about the pros and cons with these markers. In saying this, these and many others are the most widely used in screening and monitoring cancers in most patients. With leaps and bounds in technology, there have

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