During this informative and practical exploration, Dr. wall describes the problem of breast cancer, the shortcomings of traditional treatments and the potential benefits of adjunctive natural treatments including dietary, exercise and nutritional supplements. Question such as, “can nutritional supplements and dietary lifestyle improvements reduce breast wrist?”, Can nutritional supplements specifically help traditional treatments such as radiation and chemo therapy or should nutritional supplements be avoided in the circumstances?” During this informative and practical discussion Dr. Michael Wald, blood detective, will share his 26 years of experience and recent research summary’s in the area of nutrition and natural medicine. Dr. Walter be reached at: info at Integrated nutrition and Y.com and www.blahdetective.com. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. His phone number at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco is 9142428844.
Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with some of the latest in the world of health and healing. Gary talks about the new study that you won’t believe that can help breast cancer.. Gary also gives advice on changing your diet and reducing inflammation. In the second half of today’s programming Gary gives some commentary on the world issues and also reads an article by Glenn Greenwalt.
Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, better known as “Dr. V,” has studied Chiropractic, Bio-Energetics, Meridian Stress Analysis, Homeopathy, and Digital Thermography. After 30 years in active practice, she decided to “retire” and devote her time sharing her personal, healing journey with breast cancer.
One of the most respected and influential groups in the continuing breast-cancer screening debate said on Tuesday that women should begin mammograms later and have them less frequently than it had long advocated. The American Cancer Society, which has for years taken the most aggressive approach to screening, issued new guidelines on Tuesday, recommending that women with an average risk …