NEWS & RESEARCH
Does Chaga Mushroom work against cancer?
Does Chaga Mushroom work against cancer? Human studies on potential anticancer and stimulation of the immune system by chaga mushroom are needed. Laboratory show that compounds in chaga can kill cancer cells selectively and stimulate the immune system and chaga may inhibit the progression of some cancers. Studies in humans are needed. Side effects include: Kidney damage/disease: Associated with taking chaga daily for 6 months. It is used as a folk remedy in Russia to treat cancer and In addition, chaga extracts have pro-apoptotic effects against colon, lung, and liver cancer cells. Inotodiol from chaga exerted antitumor effects against cervical cancer cells, In
Does Qigong help against cancer?
Does Qigong help against cancer? Qigong is a millennia-old system of coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health, spirituality, and martial-arts training. You are revitalizing your vital energy by imitating the movements of wild geese. It’s a seventeen hundred year old self healing art and it balances the systems of your body. Lower the arms, we’re going to do a bend over just halfway. Now, if you have any cancer, any metastasis in your spine, do not do a full bend over. If you have a healthy spine, you can go ahead and do
What diet can prevent cancer?
What diet can prevent cancer? It is true that what you eat can affect the way you feel. Now, what is not true is necessarily that eating a particular diet or eating a particular food is going to cure you of cancer or prevent you from getting cancer. We know your risks of getting cancer are lower if you eat a healthy diet, which includes fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, whole grains and not too much red meat. But we don’t have any evidence that even taking a multivitamin every day or taking a particular supplement is going to prolong your
What is different between ICRM and regular oncology practice?
What is different between ICRM and regular oncology practice? The idea is to empower an individual so that they can be an active. This is where we can we can really help. We have the behavioral medicine aspect, because we have to recognize that going through an illness and sometimes cancer is a chronic illness. People are living a very long time with cancer. I think it’s important to ask their oncologist whether they know practitioners that might be helpful in their cancer care and to make sure that they express what their concerns are. Check our video out now
What is inflammation and how is it related to cancer?
What is inflammation and how is it related to cancer? All of the so-called diseases of aging, the age-related diseases that kill and disabled early seem to have a common root and inappropriate inflammation. Now, we all know inflammation on the surface of the body as local redness, heat, swelling and pain, inflammation is the cornerstone of the body’s healing response. It’s how the body gets more nourishment and more immune activity to an area that’s under attack or injured. But inflammation is so powerful and it’s so potentially destructive that the body has very complex mechanisms to ensure that
How does cancer invade other organs?
How does cancer invade other organs? Cancer cells mutate and they gain the ability to release lots of angiogenic factors, natural fertilizer that tipped the balance in favor of blood vessels invading the cancer. And once those vessels invade the cancer, it can expand and invade local tissues. The same vessels that are feeding tumors allow cancer cells to exit into the circulation as metastases and unfortunately, this late stage of cancer is the one at which it’s most likely to be diagnosed when angiogenesis is already turned on and cancer cells are growing like wild. Remember that nothing looks