Naturally Supporting Cancer Treatment
Evidence-based ways to help prevent cancer formation and recurrence, and assist treatment
by Jenny Graves
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Pub Date 15 Nov 2021 | Archive Date 09 Jul 2023
Evidence-based help on your cancer journey from someone who has travelled it herself.
Cancer can leave you feeling disempowered. While doctors usually focus on chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, helpful lifestyle changes are often overlooked. Research shows that this helps to boost good health and longevity.
Naturally Supporting Cancer Treatment shows you the evidence for:
the foods that help, those to avoid, and the best cancer diets
why stress reduction is valuable and the best ways to achieve it
the importance of exercise and the types that might suit you
the links between insomnia and cancer, and how to sleep better
how some toxins can cause cancer, and ways to avoid them
which supplements and herbs can help prevent cancer, support chemotherapy and radiation, and reduce side effects.
‘What an inspired read. Jenny offers the perfect combination of patient and clinician’s perspective. Confidently guiding you through the evidence based use of diet, lifestyle and complementary medicine. An empowering read for all oncology patients and their carers. I will be recommending this to patients in my care.’
Naturopath Carla Wrenn (Oncology Support)
Jenny Graves was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2009. After a stem cell transplant in 2010 and her subsequent recovery, she spent 4 years studying for an Advanced Diploma in Naturopathy. Here she shares what she learned to stay well.
If you’re ready to start learning the best ways to support yourself through cancer, scroll up and click ‘Buy Now’ today.
"‘I’d give this book ten stars if the option was available. It was well written – concise, easy to follow and well categorised.’
‘A book for all of us, even though the book’s title suggests that it is for people diagnosed with cancer and undergoing treatments.’
‘As helpful and simple a reference guide as possible; in short, Jenny has put in the immense hard work so you don’t have to.’
‘This is a credible, well-sourced, and readable approach for anyone who has, or has had, cancer.‘"
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Average rating from 4 members
This was a great helpful guide that I wanted to acquire for our health section. As someone who has family that has had cancer run quite a bit through their family as well as friends ect. This helpful guide gives wonderful information on natural ways you can support yourself or someone going through this horrible cruel diseases it is important to always consult with your physician, but I’ve found even with my own health issues it helps you feel more in control to be able to have information and make informed decisions for yourself to help yourself in any way you can.
4.5 rounded up
Informative andveasybto understand. Lots if information laid presented in sn easy to find way.
Thanks to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book
Naturopath and cancer survivor, Jenny outlines treatments that can safely be used in conjunction with orthodox medicine for an integrated journey back to health.
This book is a great addition to the toolbox of the patient as well as healthcare professionals.
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