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  • mariab964 has replied to a post on the message board

    “to” not “too.” Can’t figure out how to edit!

    February 01 at 11:00 PM view post
    • mariab964 has replied to a post on the message board

      Glad too help. Hope this helps others too.

      February 01 at 10:56 PM view post
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        Avoid sugar, processed foods, and a diet that relies heavily on grains. Instead, eat more healthy fats (olive oil, avocados, nuts, seeds, organic ghee). Emphasize lots of fruits and vegetables, at least 2 cups per meal. Eat only 100% grass-fed meat (higher in Omega 3) and lots of fish, especially wild salmon and sardines. Supplements: CoQ10 (in the ubiquinol form), memory boosting herbs (I like Natura Health Produc...

        February 01 at 9:20 PM view post
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          Hi Steve, The best thing you can do is work with a naturopathic oncologist or integrative medicine practitioner who specializes in cancer, not ask the opinion of lay persons. I suggest contacting the Mederi Centre for Healing or Dr. Lise Alschuler. I’m a 3 year survivor of metastatic breast cancer, and my integrative cancer protocol included antioxidants. However, I used supplements with professional guidance. ...

          January 04 at 3:37 PM view post
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            Ensure is nothing but sugar and chemical additives Honestly the worst thing you can do with cancer.

            January 04 at 3:32 PM view post
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              Smoothies with wild blueberries, spinach or kale, high-quality (organic, non-GMO) pea protein, coconut milk, ginger, and lemon juice. Blended soups with winter squash, garlic, ginger, turmeric, onions, coconut milk. Add collagen hydrosylate powder for protein (Great Lakes brand green canister from Amazon.com. Nut butter on whole-grain bread (gluten-free more easily digested). Consider employing a nutritionist. Ho...

              September 14 at 2:56 PM view post
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                This is an inspiring story. I'd like to add that you should employ a nutritionist with extensive experience working with glioblastoma. Try this group, one of the best in the country: http://www.nutritional-solutions.net I know of several people who lived years beyond expectations by harnessing the power of food and herbs along with cutting edge allopathic treatment. Maria www.healingnutritionofsonoma.com

                June 15 at 5:27 PM view post
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                  You might want to research the ketogenic diet. It goes way beyond reducing sugar to actuallly shifting your body's energy source from glucose to ketone bodies.

                  May 19 at 10:10 PM view post
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                    Check out the ketogenic diet. Lots of success stories with brain cancer and other brain-related disorders.

                    March 02 at 3:31 AM view post
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                      That's www.thyroidsecret.com

                      March 02 at 3:27 AM view post
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                      About mariab964

                      Survivor
                      Breast Cancer
                      After Treatment, Alternative Treatments, Cancer Nutrition, Cancer Prevention

                      I’m in remission from metastatic Her2+ bc. I’m also a certified nutrition consultant who advocates a low-glycemic and nutrient-rich diet, targeted supplementation, and lifestyle modifications as the key to long-term survival and wellness. My website is www.healingnutritionofsonoma.com.

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