Boca Raton, Palm Beach Florida
Ennis Plastic Surgery provides cancer prevention services with the Wellness Team. Your cancer prevention consultation starts with a conversation with to identify your current lifestyle, including diet, exercise, environment, sleep and stress. Understanding your lifestyle and making adjustments is one of the most important aspects of cancer prevention.
Wellness doctors are continuous students of cancer research and have a strong desire to help others prevent cancer. We know that cancer stem cells are the reason you can’t treat cancer, but we know of ways to help prevent cancer from ever starting.
Cancer Prevention through Lifestyle
Studies have shown that lifestyle is 50% of cancer prevention. Your actions now may save your life and prevent cancer from ever developing. Some of the most important aspect of your lifestyle that are analyzed for cancer prevention are listed below.
- Avoiding risky behavior
- Do not drink in excess
- Avoid radiation exposure
- Ultraviolet light
- Stress management
- Weight management
Supplements for Cancer Prevention
Supplements may help and aid in the prevention of Cancer. Dr. Remos may perform a vitamin test and recommend certain supplements be added to your diet. Some of the most important supplements for cancer prevention are listed below.
- Vitamin D
- Curcumin will also work close to Broccoli. 500 mg TID. Many positive effects on cancer.
- Vit C in high dose IV. 75k mg
- Vit D deficiency may be a key factor in the development of certain cancers.
- CLA has a significant anti-cancer effect. 1,000 – 2,000 mg/day
- MCT’s great source of energy. No insulin secretion. Coconut milk which is DF.
- Quercetin inhibits Tyrosine Kinase Pathway.
- CoQ10 has independent anti cancer effects via immune stimulation and inhibition of tumor associated cytokines. (see notes on video)
- Panax Ginseng: has estrogenic effects. Be careful in breast cancer.
- Vitamin B;s for detox pathway
Food and Spices for Cancer Prevention
- Cruciferous vegetables: Cruciferous vegetables are one of the dominant food crops worldwide. They are high in vitamin C and soluble fiber and contain multiple nutrients and phytochemicals. During food preparation, chewing, and digestion, the glucosinolates in cruciferous vegetables are broken down to form biologically active compounds such as indoles, nitriles, thiocyanates, and isothiocyanates (1). Indole-3-carbinol (an indole) and sulforaphane (an isothiocyanate) have been most frequently examined for their anticancer effects. re: https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/diet/cruciferous-vegetables-fact-sheet
- Mushrooms have a big impact on the immune system.
- Maitake mushrooms reduce the side effects of chemo in 90% of patients