Vitamins and supplements in Cancer Alt. Medicine
“Non Toxic Cancer Alternative Medicine Therapies” own a long history of success in curing cancer successfully.
Cancer Alternative Medicine CAM is all about utilizing utilizing the synergy of available and creditable known elements in the fight against your cancer. Many key elements are called Supplements or Food Supplements even though they constitute the key element in a specific cancer therapy. This is so, because they generally are not approved by FDA neither are they clinically tested as our medicine code prescribes, usually due to the lack effect or lack of profit possibilities for the medical industry. However there is a world of effective alternative cancer therapies, and those presented in the section “Non-Toxic Caner Alternative Medicine Therapies” have a long, successful track record…But they are not Medicines, they are Supplements.
The significance of vitamin D in the battle against cancer.
Vitamins are vital for the body’s metabolic functions. The role of vitamins in the development of cancer is such an extensive subject that we choose to concentrate on vitamin D for the purposes of this text. The roles of the remaining vitamins are described in the enclosed links.
How important is vitamin D really? New research shows that vitamin D gives 60 percent protection against breast cancer, colon cancer, cervical cancer, brain tumours, myeloma, etc. The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) recommends that all adults take vitamin D supplements, this after a pioneering American study. The decision was however taken after several research results showed that the vitamin does protect against many types of cancer. It has also been proven that people who develop cancer often have low levels of vitamin D in their blood.
“We’re hoping that in making this recommendation we’ll be able to make some headway in cancer prevention,” says Heather Chappell, senior manager of the CCS’ cancer prevention program.
The issue of using cancer fighting supplements is controversial but it cannot be excluded. However, whatever action you decide to take regarding the use of supplements you are urged to consult your oncologist to check that your supplement of your choice does not interfere with your current treatment. Also it is always advisable to have your doctor to follow up your condition when using the supplements. Whoever recommended the supplement to you, make sure that you have checked the track record of the supplement on the internet and with a nutrition specialist before you make your decision.